This card is perfect for fall. I love these Apple Trees.

Apple-Solutely Awesome Day Card

Using Lawn Fawn products, I made this awesome fall card with these really cool looking apple trees. I love these little mice, especially the one grabbing the apple from the tree.

Products used:

  1. Lawn Fawn Apple-Solutely Awesome Stamp/Die Set
  2. Berry Special Stamp/Die Set
  3. Stitched Slimline card base die
  4. Stitched Hillside die

The mouse in overalls facing to the left is from the Apple set. The mouse in overalls facing to the right is from the Berry Special set.

Background colors:

  1. Distress Oxide Cracked Pistachio – for the grass
  2. Distress Oxide Lucky Clover – for the grass
  3. Distress Oxide Tumbled Glass – for the sky
  4. Distress Oxide Broken China – for the sky

For the grass, after I colored it using the lightest color (pistachio) at the top and the darkest color (clover) at the bottom, I took the same colors and put on my craft mat, sprayed a little water and used a small paint brush to add splatters.

For the sky, I added small water droplets, but only a few.

Copic Marker Colors:

Tree: E41, E42, E43, E44, and E87 for the trunk

Leaves I used green: G40, G43, and G46; for the yellow: Y21, Y32, and Y35; for the brown: YR20, YR21, and YR24.

Apples: R24, R29, R35, and R39. But not in that order. The order is darkest to lightest, R39, R29, R35, and R24.

Apple slices: R29, R35, and R24 and for the core: E00, and E000.

Mice: E50, E51, and E53. For their noses, E55. Overalls: B91, B93, and B95

Ladder: E31, E34, E35, and E39

Basket: E31, E34, E35, E37, and E39

Wood Sign: post E35, E37, and E39 and for the sign: E30, E31, and E34

Pie: top is E30, E31, and E34 and the bottom is N0, N2, and N4

Cider: YR20, YR21, and YR24

Caramel Apple: apple is R39, R29, R35, and R24; for the stem E30 and E31; and for the caramel E50, E51, E53, and E55

The trees take practice. I made several before I found this color combination I liked. But I really enjoyed making the trees and making the leaves more fall looking than spring, but these trees would look amazing with bright green leaves too.

Happy Paper Crafting!


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