Friday, 16 April 2021

Poppy Frames

It's time for a new challenge at Fusion and this time I created a fusion to come up with this card:


The poppies were already stamped and I didn't keep a record of which inks I used, but it would have been Altenew inks.  I adhered the flowers to a white card base with foam tape and added a few leaves.

I thought the sketch looked like a film strip so pulled out all my film strip dies, but they were too small to run together so I decided to cut each film strip apart and arrange them haphazardly over the flowers with a bit of liquid glue.  I finished with a sentiment from another poppy stamp set.


Thanks for visiting!  I hope you'll check out the wonderful cards made by the design team.



Products used:

Stamps:  Poppy Wishes (The Ton), Delicate Pretty Poppies (MFT)
Ink:  Versafine Onyx Black, Altenew inks
Cardstock:  White, Black
Dies:  Poppy Wishes (The Ton), Film Pair (Hero Arts)

Cheers
Karren

 




10 comments:

Cindy H. said...

Love your gorgeous CAS card! Your interpretation of both challenges is perfect in every way!

I Card Everyone said...

Such a cool move for this sketch, Karren! LOve it!
=]

lostinpaper said...

Sooo very fabulous Karren!

Linda Callahan said...

Well you do haphazard beautifully! I love the film strips around each of those bright flowers! Lovely!

Dawn T said...

Love it Karren. Great use of both inspirational parts.

Grenouille Greetings said...

A lovely card! Great take on the sketch and those flowers are inked up beautifully. Hugs, Lesley

Barb Ghig said...

Clever take on the sketch and I love how you played with the color palette in the photo, Karren! Great idea to tilt the film strips, too...it adds so much personality to your design ~ Another beautiful card! xx

Amy O said...

These flowers are gorgeous! And I love the clever way you've cut the film strip to frame them.

Kim S said...

What a unique and beautiful way to "frame" those flowers!

C├ęcile RIBON said...

What a stunning card, Karren! Those poppies look gorgeous and I love how you framed them with the tilted film strips.