Thursday, February 15, 2018

Fusion - For Someone Special

Hello sweet crafty friends! I hope you're having a great day! If you're looking for a place to play Fusion Card Challenge has a new challenge that begins today!
I find myself drawn to the photos like this door with a pretty wreath. I love the dark background and pretty florals. But I love brights - maybe your not loving the colors or the image this time. That's ok - you can still play along - just work with the sketch. It's Fusion so you can work with the sketch, the image or BOTH! That's what I tried to do this time! 
I started with a dark background of pattern papers from Reverse Confetti EVERY LITTLE BIT and topped it with a pretty floral wreath with lots of greenery from FALL FOR YOU and BUILD A BUNCH.
To break up the two pattern papers I added a black card stock border cut from the DOUBLE EDGE SCALLOP BORDER die. 
The florals and leaves are inked with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with Copic Markers. 
Now it's your turn! Need a little more inspiration? Head on over to the Fusion Card Challenge blog where you'll find lots of samples from the rest of the team (or click their names below). We can't wait to see what you make!

Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Stamps | Reverse Confetti Build A Bunch, Fall For You, Banner In Bloom
Dies | Reverse Confetti Build A Bunch, Fall For You, Double Edge Scallop Border
Pattern Paper | Reverse Confetti Every Little Bit


Kara Lynne said...

I totally see how you were inspired and I love the way your brain works! Gorgeous, vibrant card Jeanne!

Lisa Elton said...

What pretty little wreath! This is wonderful Jeanne!

Linda Callahan said...

Oh my I love those bright flowers against that fabulous black and white background!

Barb Ghig said...

Such a pretty card, Jeanne! Beautiful Copic coloring on the blooms and leaves and I love the scalloped border with those lovely papers!

SmilynStef said...

Absolutely lovely combination of colors nad patterns.

Jen Camara Mitchell said...

How beautifully bold and graphic this is! The colorful florals are perfect against those bold black and white patterns.