Thursday, July 9, 2020

Fusion Rose Flurries

Hi friends! Are you looking for a card challenge to play? A new one starts today at Fusion Card Challenge! You'll love this challenge because there are three ways to play.. you can play along with the sketch, be inspired by the photo, or FUSE them together and play with BOTH!
The challenge this time is called Floral Cupcakes! I was inspired by the beautiful florals. The soft pinks and cream and the intricate designs are delicious! 
I did a little digging to find some florals in my stash that are about the same size. I cheated a little by stacking some of the florals on circle die cuts. 
These pretty stacked floral die cuts are from Altenew's Rose Flurries. I cut all the flowers in four shades of pink card stock. The four layers stack together to create a pretty layered rose.
I layered them on a Circle Quilt Cover die cut panel background layered over light pink card stock. I left some of the die cuts in place and punched others out to reveal the soft pink underneath.
Now it's your turn! Now it's your turn! Are you ready to play? I wonder how you will interpret the photo! Maybe you need a little more inspiration? Check out designs from the rest of the team. Just click on their names below to jump to their blogs.

Barb Ghigliotty
Jen Mitchell
Karren Johnson
Laurie Unger
Linda Callahan
Michelle Lupton
Tristan Dawes
Wanda Cullen

I hope I see you at Fusion Card Challenge! I cant wait to see what you make!

Stamps | Altenew Beautiful Lady
Dies | Altenew Rose Flurries, Circle Quilt Cover

ALT = Altenew
SSS = Simon Says Stamp
SC = Scrapbook dot com
Rose Flurries
Rose Flurries

Beautiful Lady
Beautiful Lady

Circle Quilt Cover
Circle Quilt Cover



Linda Callahan said...

Bright and beautiful - pretty flowers!

Tristan said...

Such a beautiful vibrant card Jeanne.

Lisa Elton said...

This is dreamy! So many pretty florals and a wonderful background. I like that you left some of the die cut pieces in place so that the light pink peeks through here and there!

Conniecrafter said...

that's so pretty, love how you have arranged them!

Kim Heggins said...

Oh my goodness....this is so beautiful! Love your gorgeous and sweet flowers.

Wanda Cullen said...

Genius idea and such a beautiful result!!!