Sunday, March 30, 2014

Fusion #7


Fusion #7's inspiration: to choose the photo, the sketch, or fuse both.


I love playing with this challenge, and I love to fuse the 2 inspirations.
One of my first stamps was this large woodblock from Stampington
called 'Papillion'.


I've been playing with making my own bg papers, this wood one from a tutorial Melissa Phillips 
did last week on Make It Monday.
 It's a 3-D paint that has iridescence, so that set the stage for my dress form.
PTI cardstocks,
Oval: Lil Inkers
Copics
Sentiment 'Easter' from Cheery Lynn.
Dyed burlap strip
Wink of Stella


The spotted background paper is the byproduct of a PTI notebook page die cut.


A P.S. to this post, is a photo of the card with some purple dyed twine.
I removed it because it seemed just too much.
Ever do that?
I seem to love possibilities, until I do them, and then think, 'it's over done'.
It's a learning process, after all!

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10 comments:

  1. So pretty nancy!! I love the glitter in the outfit!

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  2. My goodness - I just had to come see this wonderful stamp when I saw your card at Fusion Nancy! Should have known it was from Stampington - so unusual and ornate - love all the iridescence in the colors - and your wonderful woodgrain panel!

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  3. Love the depth in these photos! So exciting. Such a fun, whimsical fairy Easter card. Colors are gypsy-like and rich. Full of texture and lovely layers.

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  4. Fabulous take on the challenge! This is stunning!

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  5. ooh la la - this is so elegant! arty! and gorgeous colours! I love the background too!

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  6. Do it all the time! I like both ways. Beautiful! I think you won another challenge as well. Congrats!

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  7. Just love this card. Loads of hard work and great techniques. Yes do that all the time...What's in your head and then you try it out, not so sure x Love the card without the twine I think but hey they are both gorgeous. Beverley x

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  8. Love your bright colors and fun take on this! Thanks for joining us at Fusion!

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  9. Hi Nancy!! What a fun, layered card! I really love your touches of purple in the woodgrain background. What a different look to something you see all the time. The coloring on your stamp is just fabulous! Thanks so much for joining the Fusion Challenge!

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