September 23, 2016

It's Blog Hop Day... Hurray... Featuring Elisabeth Bell's "Apple Blossom and Milkshake Baking"

Hello and Welcome..... 
Whoooohoooo... It's Blog Hop Day...and I'm SUPER excited. 
(aren't I always? LOL)
If you are here for The Digi Bells Blog hop, that's great... I hope you get tons of inspiration along the way today. I think our girls did an A-M-A-Z-I-N-G job. 

If you have arrived here from Annie's Blog, then you are on the right track.  If not, jump on over to The Digi Bells Blog, and start at the beginning.  
You aren't going to want to miss anything.  
Apple Blossom and Milkshake Baking have never looked so good. 
(Okay, maybe they have a while back... but still.... LOL)

Here she is up nice and close.... ugh... she is soooo stinking adorable!!

Soooo, this little cutie and her kitten inspired me SO MUCH, that I got right to work, and started playing and creating.  And before I knew it, I was on to something really "Sweet".
I will let you decide if you agree or not.

Who doesn't love Apple Pie???

and that isn't the ONLY thing I created....
I REALLY wanted to make an apple pie.
even if it was made out of paper....
and guess what?......

It's an adorable little gift box too!

I saw the most delicious looking "apple pie cookies" on Pinterest, and wanted to make them to go inside, but time got away from me.  Believe me, I would STILL like to do that.. But then... I might be tempted to give this awesome Pie Gift Box away to someone.  I honestly don't know if I can part with it.
I really do LOVE it that much! haha
There really are NO designed papers used on the pie, OR on the card, other than scraps taken from my stash in order to make the punched flowers.
I really wanted to keep everything as "plain" as I could, so that the focus was on this sweet girl, and the awesome pie.
The pie template is from SVGCuts and it's called "Fall Harvest"
I did a few alterations, and modifications of course, to make it work for me.

I LOVE the fact that Digi's can be resized anyway that you want them.
I made her much much smaller, in order to create the tag.  My first attempt at coloring this cutie that small was NOT happening.  No way could I color anything with that much detail, and that small size.
Plan B came into effect....  Scan my already colored image, and THEN print it out on my tag.  Phew... Lifesaver for me...

I hope that you were inspired to give something like this a try.

It's time to get moving, and hop on over to Jennifers Blog.  You are sure to be amazed with her beautiful work.
But before you go... Don't forget to leave a comment below, in order to be in for a chance to win this absolutely Darling Digi.

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