Thursday, January 15, 2015

Fusion: Get Well Soon


Happy Thursday!  It's time for another challenge at Fusion. This time I went a bit with the inspiration photo (woodgrain and flowers) and followed the sketch changing up the hearts for rectangles.  This isn't my favorite card, but I'm sure it will get used sooner rather than later and I'm a firm believer in sharing the ones you love and the ones you don't love so much!  I do love this retired Craft's Meow set.  The wood grain and bird are fabulous.


I'd love to see how you're inspired!  Be sure to come play along at Fusion.

PROCEDURES:
1. Play with just the sketch challenge.
2. Play with just the inspiration photo challenge.
3. Or you can create FUSION by combining BOTH challenges into one card.
4. Use the challenge graphic and link back to Fusion in your post.
5. Please read the other considerations on the Our Rules Page before playing along.

WinnersWill be chosen by all of our teammates in two weeks! We each will choose one favourite! The winners will be announced at 4am (PST) in two weeks!! Please check the linky for the days left to play with us!

14 comments:

  1. A lovely soothing get well design Lynn!

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  2. wooden hearts are fun... I should perhaps start thinking about my Valentine's Day class-- I really need to be slightly ahead of the curve ball, this month I chose the cards we were going to make the night before (honestly, never a good idea).

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  3. Such a great take on the combination! Really love the neutral palette, Lynn!

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  4. You went with the sketch!! I do love the way the woodgrain gives a subtle texture and I am with you on sharing all as we can't always love all the cards we make but you are your worst critic as this is fab, perfect colouring adm subtle texture xx

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  5. Perfect representation of the inspiration and such a pretty get well card, love the sweet bird.

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  6. Such a beautiful card! Love the kraft card stock and pretty paper strip!

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  7. I love the monochromatic style of this card, Lynn. Very calming for a get well card.

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  8. Wonderful get well card. This would work well for a masculine get well, which I think are some of the hardest to make.

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  9. This looks like a card that you can sent to a man; great bold panels and monochromatic! Enjoy the weekend, Gerrina

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  10. Love this!! How pretty in monotones :)

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  11. I love your take on the sketch...awesome card Lynn.

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  12. love this quirky take on the traditional get well soon message - nice work and a positive inspiration.

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