Thursday, July 31, 2014

Fusion Card Challenge - July 31st

Welcome to the next Fusion Challenge - there's a new one every other week - and what inspiration we saw for the last challenge!  So many beautiful flowers and cupcakes and pastel colors!  And here is our new inspiration!

Once again - I was inspired to use both the photo and sketch on my creation!  Whoo hoo! (that doesn't always happen!)
I used the Cover Plate - Stripes Horizontal die from Papertrey Ink to cut the Lemon Tart card stock to give the impression of the hutch.  I backed it with a piece of DP from October Afternoon/Farm house that reminded me of the dishes on display.  The blue die cut arrows were inspired by the blue chair in the photo and finally the yellow enamel dots are like the cupcakes - don't they look yum??!!! (the cupcakes that is!)  The sentiment is a free stamp I received in an order from Lawn Fawn.
What will you be inspired by this time?  We'd love for you to link up your card to the Fusion Challenge -  check out all the details here.

And if you have a few minutes - please check out all the inspiration from the Design Team linked below!


Stamps: sentiment - I received free with an order from Lawn Fawn
Ink:  Memento Tuxedo Black
Paper:  White, Lemon Tart - PTI, Tempting Turquoise - SU, DP October Afternoon/Farm House Paper Pad
Accessories:  1 1/4" circle punch - EK Success, arrow dies - Lead the Way Dienamics/My Favorite Things, Cover Plate Stripes Horizontal die - PTI, Glue Pen, Glue N Seal, enamel dots - home made from Perler beads.

6 comments:

Dotty Jo x said...

Lovely! Jo x

Annette Allen said...

what a pretty card..

Deepti said...

Love how u were inspired :) great pattern and design :)

Tracey McNeely said...

Love this, the patterned paper isi perfect Julia. You are making me want that PTI die that I thought I could live without!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

fun design and great papers Julia!

Kripa Koushik said...

Beautiful colours and like the way you've taken inspiration from the picture and your interpretation of the sketch.