Monday, September 19, 2016

geometric paper apples

Yay for fall! Last week I shared a roundup of some fun fall decor ideas I found on the interwebs featuring apples--paper and real. You can check that post out HERE. Today I took some of that inspiration and created my own project. Check out my geometric paper apples!


When I was browsing Pinterest for apple projects I came across a lovely fall vignette featuring white pumpkins and green apples from the Miss Mustard Seed blog HERE.


I just loved the pairing, but wanted to come up with a different twist on the idea, so I decided to make geometric paper apples using the Trim and Score Board together with the Triangle Score Guide for my fall decor.


To make these paper apples, in addition to the tools mentioned above, you'll need 12x12 inch green cardstock and a few thin strips of kraft paper for the stems. For full instructions to make these geometric paper apples, visit the We R Memory Keepers blog HERE.

I topped my apples off with kraft paper stems and green cardstock leaves. To make the stems I sprayed thin strips of kraft paper with water from my spray bottle. Then I twisted and crumpled them and let them dry completely.


I love the geometric shapes and the fall feel of the apples. What a super easy and cool fall project!


Do you like to use apples in your fall decor?


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1 comment:

Amanda_Tee said...

These are so super cool!! I love them!