Thursday, November 9, 2017

Fusion Card Challenge - Grateful


Well it sure feels like fall doesn't it? Thanksgiving is right around the corner and there is so much to feel Grateful for! 
A new challenge begins today at Fusion Card Challenge! Check out the inspiration/sketch this time! I see lots of neutrals, a wreath made of leaves, little white pumpkins and some wheat too! Not loving the photo? That's ok.. just work with the sketch. The sketch looks like a pocket card doesn't it? If you're feeling clever you can fuse the photo and the sketch together. 
I focused on that framed sentiment and immediately grabbed for my Reverse Confetti Grateful, Thankful, Blessed die!
I cut the words from white card stock and set them on a neutral woodgrain background.
I divided the top and bottom half of the card with a simple Double Edge Scallop Border and some Autumn Blessings florals. I added some pops of purple that work so well with the gray.  
Now it's your turn! Looking for more inspiration? You'll find lots of samples and a place to link up your own card here at the Fusion Card Challenge! God Bless and have a great day! 




Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Stamps | Reverse Confetti Autumn Blessings
Dies | Reverse Confetti Double Edge Scallop Border, Grateful, Thankful, Blessed
Pattern Paper | Pebbles Cedar Lane 6"

9 comments:

Cris G said...

This is beautiful, Jeanne!

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Linda Callahan said...

Those bright flowers are fab! And you had the perfect die cuts in your stash!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Wow !! Your card is truly fantastic !

Kim Heggins said...

So sweet...love your wonderful bouquet of pretty flowers.

Lisa Elton said...

Very pretty!

Karren said...

That die was perfect for this challenge! Such a beautiful card, Jeanne!

Brenda in IN said...

What a fun card. I love those little pumpkins and sunflowers and the gray and purple sentiment is great.

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

You did a great job with that challenge !