Thursday, October 12, 2017

Fusion Card Challenge - 'Striped Wreath'

Happy Thursday and welcome to the newest Fusion Challenge- 'Striped Wreath'The amazing inspiration photo is a great starting point. But that sketch is pretty great too! So which will  you try??   
Both the lovely photo and the fabulous sketch  have helped to create this card, with lots of my favorite Simply Chartreuse, a few lovely PTI patterned papers and an itty-bitsy spider subbing in for that scary skull.  And...a veritable potpourri of stamps/dies- Papertrey Ink, Concord & 9th, and Frantic Stamper. 
The DT has some amazing inspiration! So...... be sure to HOP on over and join the party.
When playing along you may use the sketch OR the photo as you jumping off point. OR, if you are feeling super duper clever, you can fuse 'em together! 

We hope that you'll join in at the Fusion Card Challenge and will enjoy all of the loveliness from the DT and the always amazing gallery!


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.


Nancy Penir said...

Too smartly handsome to be scary. Well, there's that spider... Love your cards Michelle!

cm said...

What a crisp, sharp take on the photo; loving all the elements, including your itsy, bitsy spider....although I might be sprinting in the opposite direct should I encounter it in real life! Truly inspired and inspiring!

Linda Callahan said...

Oh that big bad spider is a wonderful centerpiece for your Halloween card! Your b/w/green design is fabulous!

Lisa Elton said...

Those chunky polka dots have even made that big ol' creepy spider look good! Terrific card!

Vicki Finger said...

Super Cute. I don't do Halloween cards but this makes me want to.

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

Oh my !! This is such a cool Halloween card ! Very original !

Karren said...

This is fabulous (and I don't like spiders LOL) So vivid and striking!