Fusion Card Challenge

I am back for another sketch challenge!  In case you have not noticed, sketch challenges are my favorite blogs!  Having a great sketch, makes your cards come together so easily. Today, I am joining in the Fusion Card Challenge.  With Fusion, you can use the sketch, the photo or both.  I just went with the sketch.  I might feel like a penguin with the negative temps…but am just not in the mood to stamp them!  I went with a clean design with a few added layers.  My card was created with the new Years of Sweetness Stamp Set.  The set has a retro feel and I tried to carry that out with my two tone stamping. Here is a look at the complete set.

The outlined shapes coordinate with the Cricut Artbooking Collection.  I have yet to stamp the cupcake, but I have seen some super cute cards created with it!  Here is a look at the original sketch, which I pretty much completely copied!

I stamped my Happy Birthday image in pigment inks and clear embossed.  The embossing gives the card a little pop in person.  I created my own banners.  I stamped Lagoon cardstock with either Lagoon ink and Sapphire ink. I popped up my birthday sentiment panel and curled the ends of the banners to give them more dimension.

All supplies by Close To My Heart, except where noted:

D1827 Years of Sweetness Stamp Set

X6007 Lagoon Cardstock

X6021 Sapphire Cardstock

X6027 White Daisy Cardstock

Lagoon Pigment Ink-Retired

Z8005 Sapphire Pigment Ink

Z2088 Clear Embossing Powder

Lagoon Baker’s Twine-Retired

Banner Dies-MFT

I have also entered my card in the following challenges:

Kitty Bee Designs-Birthday

Moving Along with the Times-Add a Sentiment

Seize the Birthday-Birthday w/ option of Black & White

Thanks so much for stopping by!

4 thoughts on “Fusion Card Challenge”

  1. Fabulous take on the sketch, Allisa! I love your two-toned stamping and your beautiful color palette! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fusion!

  2. Hello… Thanks for sharing your lovely project with ‘Moving Along with the Times Challenge Blog’; it fits perfectly with our ‘Add a Sentiment’ challenge theme. Hope you can join us for our next challenge.
    Diane Louise (DT member) xx


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