Thursday, January 29, 2015

Fusion: Love Always




Welcome back to another Fusion Challenge. This card had me looked through my stash of antique buttons from my nana, but I didn't have any heart shaped buttons!  So instead I went for the metallic blue look. I've had this metallic blue paper for about 8 years and it was the perfect time to die cut it with a PaperSmooches frame die and finish it off with the a Valentine sentiment.  I wanted to added a touch of bling and kept staring at the card to add it, but in the end let it go!  I'd love to see how you're inspired...please come play along.


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!

16 comments:

  1. Did you see my ode to you from yesterday? This is lovely, rather drawn to all that white space. A good girl over here would be sorting Valentine's Day cards for my class next week... humm...maybe tomorrow?

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  2. I love it Lynn...that die is fabulous!

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  3. Needs no bling to be gorgeous! Instinct is always best, love this.

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  4. What a great looking die!! Less is more!!! :)

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  5. A lovely clean design Lynn! love that gray frame!

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  6. Lynn... I've just realized why I love so many of your cards - well ALL really - it is your use of the color orange! Always one of my favorite colors, seldom used by the rest, and perfect here with that metallic blue... yep, love it!
    =] Michele

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  7. The blue metallic was a good choice and great to use after such a long time x

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  8. I think I have a scrap or two of the same blue metallic paper! (And I'm hoarding it, lol!) This is a brilliant and CAS take on the Fusion. Love it. Hope to play along this time. Busy with the boys this weekend (silly question...)? We'll be sending you some snow probably by Sunday, sorry. Take care and have a great weekend. Bev

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  9. It's CASlicious, Lynn, just as it is! A beautiful metallic frame around Love Always, I mean, what more do you need?! (And BTW, high tens to you for using that paper!) Hugs, Darnell

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  10. Crisp and fresh and so deliciously CAS, Lynn ... fabulous! Anita :)

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  11. Love the balance! The colors are pleasing to the eyes! GREAT job, Lynn!

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  12. Love, love love the sweet frame Lynn!!! SO FRESH and crisp!!!

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  13. Love, love love the sweet frame Lynn!!! SO FRESH and crisp!!!

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  14. I love that you picked the purple out of the photo to go with the red- awesome!

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  15. I love that you picked the purple out of the photo to go with the red- awesome!

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