3d Apples with My Apple Builder Punch

3d Apples with My Apple Builder Punch

There are more than 7,500 apple varieties in the world. I figure with that many I can create whatever apple I like and it would pass as realistic and adorable.

I made 3d apples to pop them off my card. They are easy to make and so sweet. You can even do it with pumpkins; all using the apple builder punch.

Check out my quick Papercraft Fix of the day video showing you how easy it is to make these cuties. You can make adorable pumpkins too.

Apple Builder Punch #150663

Create beautiful die-cut apples (or pumpkins) for your projects using the Apple Builder Punch.

Punches are a quick and easy way to add die-cut shapes that add interest and depth to your projects. And punches are a great way to cut out stamped images—many of our stamp sets have coordinating punches. Our punches are high quality, affordable, and easy to use.

* Largest punched image: 2-1/2″ (6.4 cm)
* Sleek body style
* Large surface area offers precise cutting and leverage
* Locks to store
* Slim and stackable

Harvest Hellos Cling Stamp Set #150581

The 15 piece Harvest Hellos Stamp Set is an A+! Use the apples for teacher or student gifts. Then, like the autumn colors shifting from red to orange, the apple becomes a pumpkin with a spooky face!

Our cling stamps
* Are premium rubber stamps.
* Have deeply etched images so you get a superior stamped impression each time.
* Are precut so you don’t have to trim.
* Are repositionable; temporarily mount them on clear blocks for stamping, then remove them for storage.
* Save space—you need only one set of blocks for all your cling stamps (blocks sold separately).
* Come packaged in cases with images on the spine for easy storage and quick reference.

My Card Layout

My card base is Pool Party measured 6″ x 6.5″ and scored down the middle at 3″.

For the inside I matted Blushing Bride and Whisper White together and left it blank for writing.

For the outside focal point I made two 3d apples: one in daffodil delight and one in old olive.

I matted them with Blushing Bride and Bird Ballad DSP scraps.

Pumpkins too?

Yes, I love making pumpkins too. Here is a similar card I made last fall and never got around to showing it off. It is so sweet.

Thank you for stopping by today! I hope you have enjoyed this adorable card.


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