Today I had the day off and was FINALLY able to create something for the Fusion Card Challenge. I had stamped my elements last weekend but never had the time to put together anything last week. I used PaperTrey Ink's "Cup of Cheer" set for all my stamped elements.
I actually created two cards for the challenge. I chose to use both the sketch and the photo as my inspiration. I really wanted the coffee pot and cups to be more of a red but the color is really more of a pink. I don't like to waste things so I chose to use them anyway.
For the first card, I used a piece of wood patterned paper scrap and a circle behind my tableau. The wood bench in the photo was my inspiration for the use of this paper.
I stacked the coffee pot and cups together over a Kraft card stock circle to ground them.
I did not use any sequins on this, which was a first for me!! I really wanted it to be a more simple card.
For my second card, I still used the sketch but eliminated the circle behind the elements.
I probably should have flipped the sketch and put all the elements on the right side but I was taking a bit of a leap!!
I grounded the cups and coffee pot by stamping the sentiment on a banner rather then right on the patterned paper this time to mix it up a bit.
So happy that I finished these in time and was able to blog about it. I am trying to be better at blogging this year.
I thank you for taking the time to stop by. Have a fabulous night!!
Stamps and Dies-"Cup of Cheer" by PaperTrey Ink
Paper-Bazzill (Beige card stock), Basic Grey, Neenah Solar White, PaperTrey Ink (Rustic White), Kraft card stock, Wood (unknown)
Ink-WPlus9 "Flamingo Pink," Hero Arts "Butter Bar," Hero Arts "Green Hills," PaperTrey Ink "Smokey Shadow," and Memento "Rich Cocoa"
Other-Big Shot, Foam Adhesive Nuvo Crystal Drops, MISTI