Homemade Apple Card and Tag

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If you enjoy making your own greeting cards, give this apple shaped card and matching gift tag a try. It is perfect for a birthday, teacher, really any occasion when you want to give a unique card. This is a page making an apple card and tag.


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This folded apple note card with a matching gift tag is made from cardstock in natural red, ivory, brown, and green. Ideal to send as a birthday greeting for children or simply to say hello to a friend. You might also like to make a batch of these for gift-giving.

Approximate Time: 30 minutes



  1. Fold the red cardstock into half. Trace the apple pattern. Cut out.
  2. Make tracings of leaf and stem. Cut out the leaf from green cardstock, and stem from brown cardstock using the scissors. Attach them with double-sided adhesive on top of card.
  3. Use the half-slice apple pattern to cut from ivory cardstock. Adhere.
  4. Draw seeds from brown cardstock. Cut out. Adhere centrally onto card.
  5. Use the small patterns and any excess cardstock to create a tag.
  6. Trace another apple-shape onto white paper. Cut it out and adhere inside of card for writing.

Click Here for the Apple Card Pattern.

Click Here for the Apple Half Slice Pattern.

By Maricel from Fairfax, VA

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