Flower Background with Fruit! 0
I chose the strawberry shaped die as my inspiration for this page. I initially thought it looked like a fun heart shape, but as I looked a little further, it looked more like a flower petal to me. So, I decided to create a fun (and easy!) background for my scrapbook page using the Fruit Basket paper pad and die set.
It was really simple and easy to go - everything in the kit is all pulled together for you so there is not a lot of fussing around either! I love the cute sentiments in the clear stamps in the Fruit Basket kit and added some of those sentiments to finish off my page.
Sit back and see how the whole project came together!
Fruit Slices! 0
Greta back with you today with another set of cards made from the super cute Fruit Basket Kit. My kids have gone back to school but I am still trying to squeeze a little summer sweetness out of each day!
Pick a bushel or a bundle! 0
Cut some lemon shapes from yellow cardstock, ink the edges for dimension, add a few highlights...dress them with leaves & stalks & you have yourself a couple of zesty lemons. Now obviously the bottoms of the lemons will in essence, appear 'cut off', the way to overcome this is to cover them. I used a sentiment tab raised on foam adhesive & an adorable lemon slice filled with teeny lemon fimo pieces to do this. Don't you love how the twinkle drops make it good enough to eat!
Lemonade Stand! 0
Fruit Salad! 1
Mary-Ann Maldonado here with you today. How fun has this Fruit Basket Shaker Kit been all month? I have to tell you that it has been really fun for me. I couldn't help but create a layout with this crazy Godson of mine and his cooky antics.
I started my layout with a FREE cut file Wreath from Paper Issues.
This started my base for layering my fruit.
Here is a close up of the wreath. I did bring in some random die cuts and punches to use to help embellish the wreath a bit more than the cut file. The cut file was the perfect starting point to get a round circle. I also hung the appropriate fruit from the vines that coordinated with the blossom Pom Poms.
I found it a little easier to create the wreath effect with loose fruit. So I assembled them individually and then layered them and moved them around until I like the positions.
Adding vines and leaves within the fruit helped with the empty spaces and tied the wreath in to the bottom as well.
There is nothing like a good fruit salad, and that is what I provided you with today. Don't forget, Queen & Company also sells extra shaker refills in the store.
Watermelon Pie! 0
Nicole here today to share a fun and colorful project using the August Fruit Basket kit! I LOVE all the bright color in this kit, and went a little crazy making a background using one of the dies in the kit, along with the Fruit Paper pad.