Thursday, 25 May 2017

Baked Goods

Hi and welcome to another Fusion challenge!  I just love the photo inspiration for this challenge which can lead to a chalkboard card or a baking-themed card or a cupcake card, or, or, or :)  The sketch is a simple one which can be flipped as required.

I flipped the sketch and created a fusion using Lawn Fawn images and Distress Oxide inks.

I sponged the distress inks onto a white panel using some masking tape and spritzed some water to add some interest.  The panel was then adhered under a white card base, which I'd die-cut with the stitched interactive windows trio die.  The images where white-embossed onto black and then lightly sponged with distress inks before being added to the card base with foam tape.  I added a sentiment and some Nuvo Jewel Drops and called it done!

Thanks for visiting!  The DT have some gorgeous cards so be sure to check them out.

Products used:

Stamps:  Baked With Love, Bun in the Oven (Lawn Fawn)
Ink:  Versamark, Fossilized Amber, Wilted Violet, Worn Lipstick Distress Oxide Ink
Cardstock:  White, Black
Dies:  Stitched Interactive Window Trio (MFT), Baked With Love, Bun in the Oven (Lawn Fawn)
Accessories:  Nuvo Jewel Drops



Aileen Ryan said...

Love the card Karren, love the stamps used.

Linda Callahan said...

This is adorable! I struggled with the sketch ...... Should have turned it!

I Card Everyone said...

I'm looking at this challenge with a fresh set of eyes now, Karren! What a great idea you've had - sweet!

Michele K. Henderson said...

This is so cute! I love your sweet card, with the pretty pastel colors against the black! Fun!
Take care!

Cara said...

Love the chalkboard feel to this card. Cara x

Karen Davis said...

I love this stamp set, it's wonderful to see it used in this way. I love the white embossing on the black background, the grouping and the sentiment.

Barb Ghig said...

Great idea to flip the sketch and I love that you embossed onto black c/s for your images! You also did a beautiful job creating those perfectly round Nuvo drops...they're so pretty, Karren!

Jen Mitchell said...

You've created Fusion in superb fashion! Love the soft colors of the background and those chalkboard-style baking images.