DIY: Style Watch: An Autumn Apple Soiree

November 18, 2012


I’ve always wanted to design an apple table for fall…so last weekend, I used a bunch of my Clear & Simple Stamps supplies to do just that.  A simple, vintage-inspired apple sign added some style to a wooden crate that I picked up at Michael’s.



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Caramel apples and cider were a must for this spread, so I used my crafting supplies to create cute labels and tags. The woodgrain cider label was perfect with the rustic feel of this design.



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I was super excited to break out my mini pie maker that we got as a wedding gift! In just an hour, I whipped up a bunch of mini apple and mini pecan pies…and they were DELISH! Equally delish were the little labels I created for these sweets.



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As I developed the menu for this apple table, I thought it might be nice to throw in a few dishes that went well with apple. My first thought…grilled cheese. Yum. For the label, I printed out the words then stamped it to match the other labels on the table. 



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Another flavor that goes well with apple is gingerbread! I bagged a few and added simple tags and baker’s twine to each.



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Hope you’ve enjoyed this autumn apple spread! Join me over on Facebook a bit later for a few additional photos, showing how I packaged up some of the mini pies for giving as gifts to a few friends!


12 thoughts on “Style Watch: An Autumn Apple Soiree”

  1. Pingback: Happy Fallidays
  2. BH!! First thing that struck me was the incredible photograph, looks like something straight out of an upmarket home magazine,
    All the little projects are fabulous, Amber – I applaud you!

  3. Oh my, Amber, this is fabulous. Your tablescape is gorgeous and everything looks delicious. You are one talented lady! Any chance you’ll add links to your recipes?

  4. Can I please be your friend so I can be invited to these awesome get togethers? Granted I would have fly across the country but I may just do it. Great ideas and displays. Girl, you know how to have fun!

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