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Fusion Challenge

Hi Everyone,

just trying to get my card in in time for the Fusion challenge - I have not played there in a long time...



I used wood patterned paper, die cut the hearts with nesting Lifestyle Crafts heart dies. The flower is by Memory Box, I lightly colored it with pencils. The sentiments are Simon Says stamps - from the same set - Sending and Wishing (sss101475)


I love how this turned out - different from the usual red/pink heart Valentine's Day cards!


I am also linking this card with the Simon Says flickr goup - Love theme - stamps by SSS
with Flashback Friday - Got flowers
and with Shopping our stash - love theme

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We got a bit of snow last night - finally winter has arrived here - happy shoveling!

Comments

Flo said…
Ich hoffe, ihr seid nicht total eingeschneit, euer Haus hat noch sein Dach und ihr seid alle wohlbehalten zu Hause!!!
Deine Herz-Valentiskarte ist mal was ganz anderes. Ich denke, die kann man auch zu anderen Gelegenheiten verschicken.
Mir gefällt sie sehr gut, weil sie soooo anders ist.
Alles Gute, liebe Grüße,
Flo
Ellibelle said…
What an amazing card! Such wonderful details and love the sketch!
papierelle said…
Wunderschön und die Umsetzung ist Dir wiedermal grandios gelungen!!
cm said…
I'm loving how this turned out as well, Cornelia! You've captured the sketch/photo marvelously!
Hugs~c
Amanda said…
I like how the flowers became something more. Very nice!
*Vicki* said…
This is really stunning Cornelia! I am loving those wood-grain hearts and the elegant flowers along the edge make this over the top fabulous! :) Thanks so much for sharing your creation at my Flashback Friday Challenge! I hope you will join every Friday with me! Hugs & Smiles - *Vicki*
MRS DUCK said…
Hi Cornelia
Absolutely stunning. Strikingly unusual.
Best wishes.
Ang x
Julia Aston said…
The lightness of the floral stem stands out against the black wood grain hearts - so lovely! thanks for joining us in the Fusion Challenge Cornelia!
Susanne Vargas said…
Tolle interpretation von der Fusion Challenge!
Wie geht's euch im Sturm? Hoffe, ihr habt Strom!
Emily said…
Great way to incorporate the flowers from the photo in combination of the hearts. Very elegant.
Michelle said…
Beautiful, Cornelia! Thanks for joining us at Fusion!
Hello Cornelia. I came over here from Vicki Flashback Friday challenge post and just wanted to let you know that I very much enjoy your card and post! An amazing job at interpreting the sketch! I also like that you went out the usual Valentine's hues for the hearts because the wood-grain hearts looks just lovely with the flower layered on top. Just beautiful! :) Have an awesome day!
Bobby said…
I love the addition of the sprig of flowers to the wooden hearts.
Darnell said…
This one is really breathtaking, Cornelia!! Congratulations on the HM honor from Fusion!! Hugs, Darnell
Anita in France said…
So very pretty, Cornelia ... and such a great take on the inspiration! Anita :)
lauren bergold said…
oh ♥WOW♥! that is gorgeous and such a fabulous take on the fusion inspiration and sketch! thanks for SHOPPING YOUR (lovey-dovey!) STASH with us this week! ♥

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