Thursday, January 21, 2016

Fusion January 21st - Woodgrain Neutral

Hi Fusion Fans!  it's time for another Fusion Card challenge - I just love the navy blue and tan colors and dotted patterns on these flowers!
I didn't have any paper just like the flowers so I made my own - stamping Wendy Vecchi Ornate Dots onto a panel of Rustic Cream Cardstock and cutting it with Tattered Florals from Tim Holtz.  I sponged all the edges of the flowers with Vintage Photo Distress Ink, spritzed all the pieces with water and crumpled each piece up on a ball.   I opened each piece, layered them on over the other, punched a hole in the center and attached them with a Velvet Brad from Making Memories.
I die cut BIRTHDAY using Wonderful Words/Birthday die from PTI.  I glued that to the woodgrain patterned paper, stamped happy above it and adhered the flower with glue.  I layered the panel onto a slightly larger panel of Enchanted Evening and layered that onto my Rustic Cream card base.
So I was inspired by the photo and loosely followed the sketch this week!  What inspires you this fortnight? 

1. Play with just the sketch challenge.
2. Play with just the inspiration photo challenge.
3. Or you can create FUSION by combining BOTH challenges into one card.
4. Use the challenge graphic and link back to Fusion in your post.
5. Please read the other considerations on the Our Rules Page before playing along.
Check out the Fusion Card Challenge Blog - to see all of the Design Teams projects and to link up your card! 
Here also are links to the talented Design Team blogs!
Stamps:  Ornate Dots Background - Wendy Vecchi/Stampers anonymous, happy from Textstyle Keep it Simple Birthday II - PTI.
Paper:  Enchanted Evening, Rustic Cream - PTI, DP Seasons of Change - Dream St. Papers.
Ink:  Archival Cobalt Blue, Ranger Distress Vintage Photo, True Black - PTI
Accessories:  dies - Wonderful Words/Birthday - PTI, Tattered Florals - Tim Holtz/Alterations, Velvet Brad - Making Memories, Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive, Mini Mister - Ranger, Cropadile.


Mona Pendleton said...

So pretty Julia! Love the woodgrain background and fancy blossom!

Pamellia Johnson said...

Gorgeous Julia! Your woodgrain is fabulous and I love that you made a patterned flower like the ones on the wreath! Brilliant! hugs :)

Annette Allen said...

wow that flower is amazing.. gorgeous card..

sandie said...

wow how fabulous that you made your own flowers. And they look amazing. I adore the vintage look, great card x

Juliz Design Post said...

Gorgeous flower that compliments your Woodgrain background beautifully.
Hugs, Julie x

Lee-Anne said...

Love your gorgeous take on the inspiration, Julia! Stunning flower!

Loll said...

Love the woodgrain paired with the dots. Such a cool card. Woodgrain is really trending right now. xx

butterfly said...

Oh, how lovely! The woodgrain looks great and I love the dotty flower.
Alison xx

Karren said...

Your flower is just gorgeous, Julia and I love how it looks against that fabulous woodgrain background.

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Gorgeous Julia, your stamped paper flowers are beautiful against that fabulous wood grain! Deb xo

Colleen said...

Gorgeous background, but I really love your flowers! Blue and brown go so well together, it is a nice color combo! Thanks for joining us at Seize the Birthday!

~amy~ said...

This is lovely Julia!

Lynn said...

Beautiful. Love the wood grain.

Brandi said...

Your card is absolutely gorgeous!!!

Glenda J said...

So rich and warm! Well done. Thanks for playing along with Seize the Birthday.

Jeanne J said...

HI Julia.. drooling here over that close up of that gorgeous bloom! I was headed in that direction and chickened out. wow.. so pretty.. should have stayed on track !! :)

Karen D. said...

looks awesome the flower against the woodgrain!


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