A trio of vi­brant, fruit-themed cards that look good enough to eat!

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Sim­ply the zest

It’s easy-peasy lemon squeezy to make this sunny card! Use the top two dies from the wa­ter­melon die to make hon­ey­dew melon, while the lemon die can also be die cut in pink to make grape­fruit. Pair the fruits with di­ag­o­nally-cut striped pas­tel paper for a retro card that looks good enough to eat!

Weav­ing magic

This bas­ket of sweet treats clev­erly uses the semi-cir­cu­lar wa­ter­melon die to make a neat bowl for the straw­ber­ries. Cre­ate a loose weave with brown paper then die cut into shape. Heap with die-cut straw­ber­ries, frame in­side an oval aper­ture and fin­ish with your cho­sen sen­ti­ment.

Feel­ing fruity

Make your card stand out by con­trast­ing pas­tel papers with bold lay­ered fruits! Die cut five sets of wa­ter­melon slices, then fol­low the in­den­ta­tions to colour in the black seeds. Layer them up on the bot­tom of the card, then add a strip of con­trast paper above. Fin­ish with die-cut straw­ber­ries, se­quins and a sen­ti­ment.

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