Thursday, August 28, 2014

Fusion Card Challenge - August 28th

Welcome all to a brand new Fusion Challenge - I think we are acknowledging that summer is winding down and we're looking ahead to the earth tones of fall with the inspiration photo!!
I was inspired mostly by the photo for this challenge - although I do have a sentiment strip in there!  The shelf unit in the photo made me think of my Poppy Stamps screen door die and I thought this paper from Paper Stash/Seasonal by Idea-ology worked to represent the letters (these are all portions of Thanksgiving words on the paper - Gobble, Turkey, Pumpkin, cranberry, thanks and family from top to bottom).  I rubbed some Frayed Burlap Distress Paint over the edges and then distressed the edge as well.
I die cut the door and then pounced Ranger Distress Paints over it - using Rusty Hinge, Seedless Preserves and Frayed Burlap - to give it that peeled paint look.  I added a brad for the door handle.  I adhered the door to the panel with strips of foam tape.
The screen door actually opens to reveal the complete sentiment that I stamped on a Sentiment Strip.  I added some Chocolate Sundae Sequins to draw your eye around the card and layered the panel to a piece of Scarlet Jewel paper and then to my Rustic Cream card base.
So now it's your turn!  Will you be inspired by the photo or the sketch - or maybe you will do a FUSION - combing both on your creation??  You'll find all the details and the link up here.

For more inspiration please check out the rest of the Design Team's Creations - linked below.


Sindu
Stephanie Severin


Stamps:  Hero Arts
Paper:  Rustic Cream, Scarlet Jewel, Kraft - PTI,  DP Paper Stash/Seasonal - Idea-ology
Ink:  Archival Jet Black, Ranger Distress Gathered Twigs
Accessories:  Classic Screen Door - Poppy Stamps, foam dots, brad - Imaginesce, Sentiment Strip die - MFT, edge distresser - Ranger, Chocolate Sundae Sequins - My Craft Spot, Glue N Seal - Ranger, Ranger Distress Paints - Rusty Hinge, Seedless Preserves, Frayed Burlap.

12 comments:

*Vicki* said...

Such a cool design!! Love the Vintage papers! :)

Annette Allen said...

so cool.. love that awesome door. great designing.

Jeanne J said...

You know Julia my first thought when I saw the inspiration was Tim Holtz. Have you been meeting with him? Because this is right on the mark! Amazing!

Lynn said...

I love the door...such a clever, rustic design Julia.

Bobby said...

I am in love with this card. I love all things rustic and I will definitely be pinning this.

alexandra s.m. said...

I love it Julia! You are so good with these vintage brownish tones! so so cool ;)
Thank You~

Katie Ann Brooks said...

how cool and you nailed the old door charm bit!!!!

Tracey McNeely said...

That is so awesome, love the grungy/rustic feel!

Kelly Griglione said...

Love that you open the door before (or maybe intead of) opening the card. This is right up your alley!

Deepti said...

Oh my I see the vintage door and that BG is spot on :) fab as always!

Marybeth said...

Wow...I love your version and with a door!

wienerhoneymooners said...

WOW, so great!! SPOT ON AWESOMENESS!!!