Friday, May 17, 2013

Fusion #7 - Little Things



It's time for a new Fusion Challenge...use the sketch, use the inspiration photo...or use both like I did!  The neutral colors, simple layout with focal sentiment, and lots of texture make for a fabulous creation...


The cue card over at CASology calls for a BLOOM, so thought I'd add a pretty muslin flower with some twine to my card.  The Simon Says: Flower Power,  Stamp and Show: A Little Paper, Little Red Wagon #185, and Word Art Wednesday #80: Anything Goes challenge is up and running, too!


Hope you'll join us for the Fusion Challenge #7 this week:)


Thanks for stopping by the stage!
Words to Live By (TAWS)

20 comments:

~amy~ said...

Stacey, I adore your card!!!

Danni said...

Beautiful!!!

Kelly Griglione said...

I'm always FASCINATED by what you come up with each week, Stacey! My favorite is trying to find the sketch in your card. You adapt those so well, and this is no exception. I find sketches the most difficult to work with, but you do it so effortlessly. Bravo!

LeAnne said...

Swoooon....some of my favorite papers and images! LOVE!

MackieMade Paper Creations said...

Gorgeous! Love the twine, too!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

You are so good at mixing styles together - I would never have thought to put that modern sentiment with the vintage images but you've made it really work! Clever! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

Lyndal said...

LOVE, LOVE all those layers Stacey - would be perfect for Little Red Wagon - Use a Doily Challenge too :)

Barb Ghig said...

I really love the texture of your fabric bloom and twine...so many gorgeous details, too! This is such a beautiful card!

MichelleZ said...

Lovely card! The flower was the perfect touch. I really like that sentiment too. I don't think that I've seen that before.

Lesley said...

LOVE that flower. YUM! Awesome card as always!!

cm said...

Stacey - another dazzling card! I'll echo the others: your style is truly unique, delightful, fresh and 100% inspiring! Wonderful FUSION!
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Karen Letchworth said...

Hi Stacey! This is another stunning card you've made here, my friend. I was just thinking to myself how much I LOVE the font in the print of your sentiment stamp. I'm guessing it's Alley Way, and I really need to stop over there and pick up a few sentiments cuz I just LOVE their font. I enjoy your cards SO much, and I'm SO blessed to have you share with us each week.
Thanks for stopping by, and may God bless you as you create and share your wonderful creations with us.
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Linda Beeson said...

I just love your little mix of neat accents.

Meghan said...

A lovely vintage card! Beautiful colours! So glad you joined in on the fun at CASology this week!

Judy1223 said...

So many lovely elements to your card! Thanks for sharing it with us at CASology this week!

Candy C said...

Stacey...your vintage card is wonderful! I so love the little bunting you've done underneath your sentiment. So cute! The dimensional flower is so pretty and such an appropriate embellishment for this shabby/vintage card. Love the sewing machine image, too! Thanks for sharing your card with us at Simon Says Stamp and Show. <3 Candy

laughadaisy said...

Beautiful card, Stacey. ;-) I absolutely LOVE that gorgeous flower with the twine bow, and I love the little touches like the stitching and peeking doily. Very, very pretty.

Stephanie said...

What a fantastic card!!! You did a great job with the sketch. I really like the color scheme, the flower, the twine....OK, all of it. What a treasure it will be to the recipient! Thanks so much for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday. I do hope you'll come back soon.

Stephanie
Word Art Wednesday DT

cheiron said...

Wonderful in every way. Love the vintage touches. Thank you for playing along with us in the Flower Power Challenge over at the Simon Says Stamp Challenge Blog this week!

Carolyn Wolff said...

Wow! Love this. That sweet little banner, the sentiment and the doily are all perfect. Thanks for playing along with us at Little Red Wagon.