Friday, 19 February 2016

Lots of Love

Hi and welcome to another Fusion Card Challenge!  This week, we have a beautiful photo to inspire you and a fun angled sketch.

And here is the card I made, inspired by the photo.

I went with the pink, navy and white color scheme to come up with a very simple card with a graphic look.

I smooshed some pink distress inks onto my craft mat before dropping in some watercolor paper.  Once i was happy with the coverage, I die-cut the panel using my MFT Pierced Circle Frame dies.  I interlaced the dies and positioned them omto a white card base.  The "Sending" was die-cut from navy blue cardstock and stacked four layers high.  Lastly I white-embossed the rest of the sentiment onto a strip of black cardstock.

Thanks for visiting.  Be sure to check out the fabulous cards made by the rest of the design team.

Products used:

Stamps:  Sending & Wishing (SSS)
Ink:  Worn Lipstick, Picked Raspberry, Versamark
Cardstock:  White, watercolor, black, Soft Navy (SSS)
Dies:  Sending (SSS), Pierced Circle Frames (MFT)
Accessories:  White EP



Julia Aston said...

What a great CAS design - love your smooshed circles and the punch of the black sentiments!

sandie said...

I really love how you interlocked these circles, great design x

Anita in France said...

Gorgeously graphic, Karren ... those smooshed, pierced, intertwined circles pop beautifully against the wonderful white space ... the strong navy sentiment is fabulous with them! Thanks so much for your birthday wishes! Anita :)

Tenia Nelson said...

So LOVE this!!

Being Mrs Miles said...

Hi Karren,

Ha - your card is simply brilliant!

You left plenty of white space - love the distress coloring on the rings and this sentiment sums it up perfect!

Unknown said...

Perfectly clean and simple and beautifully designed!! Love it!! xx

wienerhoneymooners said...

Karen, CLEAN and so CLEVER!!!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

so pretty and love the CAS look! Well done taking this challenge a different direction.

Hannelie said...

Love the circles. They work so well for beautiful graphic designs like this one!

SonjaK said...

So fun to see how you've intepreted the photo! What a great idea for a CAS card.