Friday, 22 January 2016

Fusion - Woodgrain Neutral

Welcome to another Fusion challenge!
I made a fusion by using a woodgrain pattern stamp from Stampin' Up with some Walnut Stain Distress Ink, which I then smudged to spread a little of the colour. I then stamped the sentiment and dragonflies, both from Hero Arts Made with Love set, using Versafine vintage sepia ink.  I finished by using a stitched circle die from Lil' Inkers, but embossed the card with it to mimic the circle in the sketch. 
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7 comments:

  1. Love how you used this stitched die, really creative idea x

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  2. What a great woodgrain stamp Michelle! Sweet fluttering dragonflies in you embossed stitched circle! Julia xx

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  3. Great job with the fusion, Michelle! And how you've CAS-ified the sketch is so clever!

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  4. What wonderful techniques you used!! I love the embossed circle, I will have to try that and the smudging on the background stamp is awesome!! Love it!! xx

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  5. Wow Michelle! That woodgrain is amazing, and the contrast with the clean top half and delicate dragonfly is really stunning! Even the little stitched circles - absolute perfection!

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  6. Words cannot express how much I love this card! Woodgrain is my favourite pattern in the world and always will be :) Love how you embossed the circle and used that gorgeous sepia ink. Wow!

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