28 April 2022

Spellbinders | Pie Perfection!

Hello there, today I have three cards to share with you using the new Spellbinders Pie Perfection Collection by Tina Smith. This is such a fun collection as you can create pies of all different shapes, size, fillings and decorate them too! I had a lot of fun making these, be careful though, they can make you hungry! ;)

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I had to start by creating my favourite pie of all time – lemon meringue! This uses the Perfect Pies Etched Dies Set

I die cut the pieces from Spellbinders AlabasterBeeswax and Snowdrift Cardstock. I took Distress Inks and added ink blending to them for some definition - Gathered Twigs for the pie crust, Wild Honey for the filling and Antique Linen for the meringue. The pieces were then adhered together with Bearly Art Glue.

I took the lemon slices and leaves from the Delicious Decorations Etched Dies Set and die cut them from Beeswax and Saffron Cardstock for the lemon slices, and Rainforest and Fern for the leaves. They were adhered to the pie and then I worked on my banner element. I took a panel of cardstock and using a craft knife and ruler, cut a fishtail banner at the bottom.

I added ink blending to it (Wild Honey Distress Ink) and then adhered it to an A2 white card base with foam tape. The pie was added on top with thin foam tape. The sentiment, from Perfect Pie Sentiments & Fillings Clear Stamp Set, was heat embossed on to Onyx Cardstock and added to the card. To finish off, I added Gold Mix Color Essential Gems and a little Sparkle Dust Glitter to the meringue for the caramelised sugar look.


This card features the cutest little box that you can add pies in to. Perfect for a little treat for a friend! I die cut The Bakers Box Etched Dies from Snowdrift Cardstock. It is really easy to assemble, I just adhered with a little double-sided tape and added acetate in the opening. 

The Sky View Pies Etched Die Set was cut from Alabaster Cardstock. I added ink blending with Gathered Twigs Distress Ink before adding Diamond Dust to resemble sugar. It was then popped in the box and the box tied with Licorice Twist Twine, adding on a sentiment banner with the Perfect Pie Sentiments & Fillings Clear Stamp Set. The box was embellished with an apple slice and leaves die cut using the Delicious Decorations set.

I die cut a Nestabilities Essential Square from Rainforest Cardstock and then ran it through the Platinum 6 with the Picnic Checkerboard Stencil to emboss it. I added ink blending to the sides with Rustic Wilderness Distress Ink and then adhered it to a 4 ¼” x 4 ¼” white card base. The pie box was adhered on top. To finish off, I added Glaze n’ Glue to the pips in the apple slice. 


I couldn’t resist making a cherry pie for my last card today. I die cut the elements from Serve a Slice Etched Dies from Alabaster, Wild Berry, Snowdrift, Portobello and Fern Cardstock. I added ink blending with Gathered Twigs, Antique Linen and Seedless Preserves Distress Inks before adhering together with Bearly Art Glue.

I took the plate and fork from the Dish it Up Etched Dies Set and cut them from Onyx and Mirror Silver Cardstock respectively. I also die cut the hearts from Delicious Decorations from Pink Sand Cardstock. I took a white A2 card base and stamped the sentiment on top from the Perfect Pie Sentiments & Fillings Clear Stamp Set using black ink.

The plate was adhered above the sentiment, followed by the pie with thin foam tape. The fork was added on next and then the hearts, which were layered up three die cuts high. To finish off, I added Glaze n’ Glue to the hearts and cherry for some added shine. 



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Sorry if I have made you hungry reading this post! It is such a fun collection though! For more inspiration, please head over to the Spellbinders Blog. Thanks so much for stopping by today, I really do appreciate it. I hope you have a wonderful rest of the day! 


  1. You succeeded in four things with this post, three amazing cards, detailed & fun & not looking like a picture menu from a cafe & making me really craving something sweet. Off to find mixed berry our now x

  2. These are amazing Michelle, you have created three beautiful cards with this collection! My favourite pie is lemon meringue, closely followed by apple and I also love cherry, so your order was right up my street. The bakers box die is brilliant, so cute that you can see through the acetate to what is below. As always you bring your cards to life with fantastic extra details and thought through colours. I must look up Diamond Dust, I think I need that in my life! Xxx


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