Thursday, August 16, 2018

Fusion Card Challenge Moon Men

It's time for a new challenge at Fusion Card Challenge! It's one of my favorite places to play because of the inspiration. I love that they provide a photo challenge as well as a sketch. You can FUSE them together or use whichever one inspires you most. 
Isn't this one interesting? I love the script on the galaxy sky! It's dreamy isn't it? Here's what I made..
I started with the galaxy sky made from distress ink splattered with water. I decided to incorporate the sketch too. The planet the Reverse Confetti Moon Men is standing on is the circle in the sketch. 
The plant is another piece of inked card stock. All that red.. maybe it's Mars? 
All the images were stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black and colored with Copic markers. I had lots of fun arranging them to make my own little space scene.
Would you like to see more projects made with this week's inspiration? See what the rest of the Fusion design team made this time.


Link up your own design here at Fusion Card Challenge!

GIVEAWAY ALERT! 
Do you love the Reverse Confetti Moon Men stamp set? I'm giving it away on Instagram. Check out my account here. Just follow me on Instagram and tag a friend in a comment to enter to win. One random commenter and the friend they tagged with BOTH receive the Reverse Confetti Moon Men stamp set. You can get all the details here on my Instagram account.



Finished Size 4.25 x 5.5"
Stamps | Reverse Confetti Moon Men
Dies | Reverse Confetti Moon Men


Moon Men
Moon Men

RC
Moon Men CC
Moon Men CC

RC

6 comments:

Jeanne said...

This is so fun, bright and amazing!

Christine Kiehl said...

What a great card you crafted to share! Farout background!

Lisa Elton said...

Awesome background, this is fantastic!

Linda Callahan said...

The bright colors just shine! Adorable card!

Michele K. Henderson said...

Love your cute little Moon Man card, Jeanne! Your galaxy background looks great!

Jen Camara Mitchell said...

Oh my gosh this is adorable! Your Moon Man seems like he's really floating in space! What a great way to create Fusion!!