Hello Pebbles Fans! Amanda here today. Most of the time I don’t eat as much whole fruit as I should, but during the summer that all changes. There’s nothing quite as satisfying as diving face first into a slice of watermelon or stuffing my cheeks with fresh grapes. Inspired by Pebbles’ bright patterned papers, I set out to make some cute, geometric summer fruit to display all summer long.
I couldn’t resist turning back to my favorite Pebbles watermelon paper. The only thing that makes me sad is that I can’t eat it. The shape of these fruits may cause you to think abstractly. I have never seen such an angular lemon, but it is charming. Each of these fruits is made with patterned paper from a different Pebbles collection.
All of these boxes were made using a triangle score guide. Simple insert the triangle score guide into any score board and you can score perfect triangles from which all of these different shaped boxes are created.
After the triangle score lines are created, follow the instructions in the manual to cut out the shapes for each box. I quickly drew the cut lines on the inside of the paper I was using. No need to draw pretty lines–you’ll make them nice and straight when you cut out your shape.
Boo! Double-Sided Cardstock 12″X12″Jack-O-Lantern
Fun In The Sun Double-Sided Cardstock 12″X12″Watermelon
Fun In The Sun Double-Sided Cardstock 12″X12″Cherries
Home Grown Double-Sided Cardstock 12″X12″Partly Cloudy
Triangle Score Guide