Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Michigan Apples

It's a new challenge theme at 
Dies R Us challenge blog and it's
Apples and/or Pumpkins.

I, of course choose to go with apples for my card

Here in SW lower Michigan we are known for our veggies and fruit trees
and especially apples!

I used Impression Obsession Bushel of Apples
and filled the first basket with Red Delicious,
 the second with Granny Smith,
and the third with Honey Crisp!!

The sentiment is Tutti Designs Word Set Hello
and the Tied Strings is from Frantic Stamper.

Here are the links for all:
Frantic Stamper Tied Strings

There is plenty of inspiration on the Dies R Us challenge blog
and a prize awarded to one lucky player!!


Birgit said...

Looks like someone's been busy picking apples. Oh wait,they're made of paper! ;0) I love this card soooo much Laurie. The variety of apples you chose are so fabulous! I espcially love the gingham background. Everything about this card is sweet. <3

Birgit said...

Sorry I said Laurie, Diane. Her's is the next tab.... UGH! I hate it when I do that.

Maria said...

A beautiful card with the different types of apples! Love the gingham background and yellow bow! We just had our apple festival here last weekend! My favorite is buying a bag of apples and enjoying an apple dumpling with ice cream...yum!

Verna Angerhofer said...

I love all the fantastic baskets of apples. It reminds me of when we went to the apple orchards in our area to buy our winter supply.

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, Diane, this is soooooo pretty! I just love the gingham and white and those cute apple baskets. I try every new apple I see in the store. Two favorites are Jazz and Envy. I do love the Honey Crisp, too.

laurie said...

love your trio of baskets! Those apples look delish!

Kathy Krug said...

Love this design. The gingham is the perfect background for your apple baskets. The touch if yellow was a great choice.

Darlene said...

Yes sir, Yes sir ... three bushels full! LOL This is awesome and look at ALL those little apples! I'm thinking Red Delicious, Granny Smith and MacIntosh ... right?? LOL GREAT job my friend! PERFECT with the red gingham too!