Thursday, October 29, 2015

Fusion Poppies

Hello Fusion Fans!  Happy Thursday to you and Happy ALMOST Halloween!  

Meanwhile, this round of Fusion feels more springy than fall. 


For my creation this week I was channeling my friend and fellow Fusion teamie Kimberly Wiener.  She does the most amazing things with stencils, I am always in awe.  


For this card, I obviously used a stencil on white cardstock.  The stencil Dylusions and I used my Ranger Stormy Sky Distress ink to add color.  I die cut the notebook paper shape from Paper Smooches on actual notebook paper.  I stamped the image from Woodware Craft Collection on White and used more distress inks to add color (Fired Brick, Peeled Paint and Wild Honey), applying the yellow in the middle with a sponge dauber.   I cut them out and mounted them up and added the sentiment.  

Head on over to Fusion and check out all the amazing DT creations. You will leave feeling inspired!


Since it is almost Halloween, I need to know... are you dressing up?  Do you know what you are gonna be?

7 comments:

Julia Aston said...

You pretty poppies really 'pop' against that lovely blue stenciling Katie! Julia xx

Shannon Jaramillo said...

Love it Katie! I really struggle with stencils, love the look but crash and burn every time I try it myself. You've inspired me! And you've achieved a wonderful balance of color, just love everything about your card!! Hugs xx

sandie said...

This worked out so well. The stencil looks great and it really allows the poppies to be the stars, fabulous design x

Lisa said...

PRETTY card Katie, your flowers look fabulous!!

wienerhoneymooners said...

So you calling me out .....huh?...My hubs says I havent done stencils in awhile.... I say ..you are ON!.... Love poppies as you now..Gee, I wonder who selected this graphic..LOL. I ADORE your poppies and your blue and reds..LOVE!!!

Lynn said...

Love the stencil and how the poppies are so bold and beautiful.

Karren said...

Your stenciled background is just the perfect frame for these bright and vivid poppies, Katie! I especially love the notebook paper - great touch!