Thursday, 25 June 2015

Cherry Pie

Hello my lovely blogging buddies, I have a pie to share with you today of the cherry variety, which is actually my favourite!! The whole digi kit came from Buddly Crafts and includes not only the pie image but plates of pasta, lots of papers and tags too so a really versatile kit.

I printed the pie several times in order to create decoupage, as you can see from this shot. I added clear embossing powder  to the cherries and popped a Marianne die cut behind the pie to suggest a lace doily. The ribbon and tag were in my stash and I think the perfect sentiment was a Clearly besotted freebie that came with a magazine. I thoroughly enjoyed doing a bit of cutting and sticking for a change!!

I would like to join in at these challenges

Crafty Ribbons - Anything Goes
Creative Moments #71 - Anything Goes + Embossing, wet or dry
Penny's papercrafty challenge #233 - Anything Goes
Inspiration Destination #39 - Anything Goes
Simply papercrafts #7 - Anything Goes

Before I go I would like to bore you with  share with you some more visitors to the garden.

I could see this little baby out of the corner of my eye while busy crocheting.

Luckily this chap wasn't in the vicinity at the time...that might have been nasty!!

What a pretty lady. She spent a good few minutes looking in and completely ignored Suzy barking at her!!

Thank you for visiting and have a lovely evening xx


StampNScrapJunkie said...

I LOVE this card! I am going to have to visit Buddly Crafts! I am officially naming you an enabler if I see something I cannot live without. haha Just love the details of this and you've so tempted me with the description of the set. Your pictures of the visitors to your garden were not boring at all! :) Thanks for sharing and joining us at Inspiration Destination. Hope to see you again and good luck!
IDCB Owner

Rebecca Bradshaw said...

Ooh this looks good enough to eat! An absolutely beautiful design - I love all the co-ordinating elements. And such stunning photos too!

Debs said...

Scummy card Sarah - fabulous image - love the layering and the Glossy Accents to the cherries.
Debs xx

*Vicki* said...

OK YUM!! This pie looks good enough to eat!! :) LOVE the dimension you've got with your image and I love the papers too!! Wow, you've got all kinds of visitors! We have the pesky rabbits that like to nibble on our garden goodies, but thank goodness we don't get much more than that! LOL!

Annette said...

Fab card and love your pics of your visitors. How lovely to see all that wildlife so close.

Chrissy said...

Oh! YUMMY...what a fabulous pie and I love the papers and doily Sarah with the gingham ribbon..just screams country..perfect.
Cute photos of your visitors..I only get city birds begging for scraps and trying to pinch the dogs bone...


Jenny L said...

Hi Sarah,
oh what a superb creation.
I love it.
Great designing and dcoupage too.
Love your photos of the wild life around your farm.
Now my step son lives in the town and had a family of foxes living under his shed, and guess what when they moved on as their young got older another lot took up home there.
Must have smelt the last lot and thought this must be safe.
one night the young were crying all night as their mother hadn't come back, but luckily she returned in the morning.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Sue said...

Sarah, you are so patient to do all that cutting out! The end result is really beautiful and I love the die cut doily and the gorgeous shiny cherries. The photo's of the wildlife in your garden are gorgeous. We live in a place with a lovely view and furred and feathered visitors but I am never quick enough with the camera!

Annie said...

salivating looking at that pie! a fabulous summer card, and love your wildlife pics too!
hugs, annie x

Hazel said...

Sarah, brilliant card love your design. Great photos, Beth and I had the pleasure of seeing a mum dear with her baby standing on the big drive yesterday morning when we came back from dropping Anna off, we are like you and lucky to see wild life every day. Hazel,x

cotnob said...

A fabulous card Sarah, a lovely decoupaged image - I love the country feel.
Great wildlife photographs, I bet the fox was really winding Suzy up!

Sue said...

Fabulous card Sarah, I love the yummy decoupaged cheery pie.
Your photos are beautiful, thank you for sharing.
Sue xx

Nataliascraft said...

What a brilliant card, fabulous design. Great photos of animals x

Carole Pollard said...

Love your card the design is great and the decoupage is so different I've not done this in ages. I forgot how lovely it looks Thanks for sharing such great photos they are brilliant Love and hugs Carole x

Laine said...

Great card and image Sarah. I love your pictures, a real feel of summer.

Wendy Nicola Jackson said...

Love your cherry pie card Sarah. The gingham is perfect and I love that pretty doily die. Love your wildlife pics too. What a lovely outdoor view you have! I miss our little fox visitors and our squirrels, we don't have either here in New Zealand. You're making me pine for London now! Big hugs, Wends x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Gorgeous card, love the pie and the colours

Amy Cohen said...

How much fun is this! Excellent job. I think I need some cherry pie now!! Thanks for sharing at Penny's.

Patricia said...

Good morning Sarah,
Love your card Mmmm!! looks delicious. Great colours and design.
Like you we are so lucky to be surrounded by wildlife every day of the week. Sadly we are so used to it I forget to Photograph it. I really must have my camera at hand more.
Patricia x

Jane Savage said...

A yummy, scrummy card, Sarah (quite literally)! Great photos too! How fantastic to be surrounded by all that fabby wildlife!
Have a lovely weekend! xxx

Unknown said...

Scrumptious!! Awesome decoupage!
Love those cherries! Wow didn't know you could do clear embossing powder like that looks brilliant!!
Love the animals as always too :-)
Lucy xx

Sue Nicholson said...

Lovely sweet card, like the layout. Love to see a card from you at CC&CC look forward. I had a hedgehog last week but too dark to take a picture.
Have a lovely weekend cheers Sue N x

aussie aNNie said...

Love your garden visitors, how exciting...adore your scrumptious card, the cherries look bright and

Pamellia said...

Gorgeous card Sarah, your layering is amazing!! I can't believe you get to see nature from your window, what a wonderful view...all I see is smog!! sad face. hugs :)

brenda said...

Gorgeous work as always Sarah and great photos as well, love Foxes, just a shame they are so destructive when it come to the hens. Apols for the no show for a few days but been up to my ears in samples.

Have a good weekend.

B x

Whisper said...

Oooo what a fabby pie, gee it's making me hungry and i want it now !!, Luv Sam x

Julie B said...

Great cherry pie card Sarah, you are making me hungry! I'm having withdrawal symptoms as my friend who was visiting, is on a diet so cakes and puds have been absent this week!

Karon said...

Beautiful card! Love the layers and the cherry pie looks delicious! :-) Love the photos too. TFS.

vic said...

Hi Sarah oohh this cherry pie looks good enough to eat what a great card! And I really love the photos too that little fox looks so sweet you will have to show us all your crochet projects I bet they are lovely! The photos are definitely not boring I love looking at wildlife too!
Vic xx

AO Creations said...

Super cute!!! Thank you for joining us at Creative Moments, good luck!!! Amy DT

Inkyfingers said...

What a yummy card Sarah and I love how you decoupaged the pie! I'm not at all bored with the pictures of your wonderful visitors - brings a bit of the country into my city life.
Carol x

Kim said...

gorgeous cherry pie card - and love the pictures of your garden visitors! (and glad to hear that the crocheting is still under way!)
Kim x

Lynne in NI said...

Mmmm scrummy card, I love how you glaced your cherries! Great photos too :)

MaryH said...

Looks so yummy with the layers and glistening cherries. Love that cherry 'wallpaper' and its pristine white doily to show off your delicious pie. This one looks so very realistic, with the wonderful effects you've used on it. Enjoyed seeing the pictures of your visitors too. The hawk looks so very fierce, and glad he didn't visit at the same time as Mr. Bunny. We do indeed sometimes get fairly ferocious electrical storms, but nothing really bad lately. In So Florida, we used to get even worse ones in the afternoon. Didn't realize that you didn't get such in the UK. When I watch the Brit shows, it always seems to be raining. Right now, we're rewatching the Midsommer Murders with J. Nettles (whom I liked best). Love those little villages. TFS & Have a great upcoming weekend. Hugs

La Vikinga said...

Hi; you sure have an interesting craft place with that wildlife! And I like your cherries on the card. Thanks for joining Crafty Ribbons challenge this fortnight and welcome back,

La Vikinga // Crafty Ribbons

Lynn (aka Lynnpenguin) said...

Lovely creation...the cherry looks great. Thanks for sharing the pics of the visitors too...I love to see things like this in a blog post as well as creations.

Thanks for playing along with us this week at Inspiration Destination Challenge Blog. Hope to see you again soon. Good luck.

Lynn, IDCB Creative Team Member

Sharon said...

What a lovely creation
Thanks for joining us at Pennys Paper Crafty, hope we see you again soon
Hugs Sharon DT

Carole Pollard said...

I love this card thanks for playing Crafty Ribbons Challenge good luck hugs Carole x DT