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Tuesday, August 31, 2010

~~ The Apple Barn ~~


Hi there!! When I saw this paper, by My Little Shoebox, I knew what I would make with it. I used to take my Mother to Ellijay, Georgia to buy apples fresh, from lil red apple barns that are all along the country roads. I used Everyday Paperdolls for the barn, Heritage for the cart and tractor, Stretch Your Imagination for the apple tree and the apples are from a punch I bought at Big Lots for 1 dollar!! Used the Swirls Cuttlebug folder for the tree, Swiss Dots and a Tin Holtz embossing folder for the barn. Did some inking and doodling and then sat down and had an apple with peanut butter on it ! lol I'm sending this one to my Mother and I hope it brings back fond memories!!! Thanks for stopping by Y'all !!!

5 comments:

Sherri

What a wonderful card! All that embossing makes it wonderful! So glad you are back to cardmaking!!!

xosparklesxo

It's fantastic! The colors and the texture are truly mind-blowing. Thanks for sharing.

Sharon

Oh she is going to just loooove this card Joy!!
It is beautiful! My Mom use to take my Grandmother (we called her Bunny) to those pick your own apple orchards. They always had a ball. :)

Peggy

Joy, this card is beautiful. Your Mom will love it. You did such a great job. I'm thinking Ellijay is not too far from where my daughter lives in Ringgold, GA.

ginner

I love this card!

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