Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Chevrons and Flowers

There's a fun new challenge out there called Fusion. Go check it out to see their hypothesis.  I tried to post it here but it did something strange to my blog page.  I'm combining it with CASual Fridays.



I have a chevron die, from PTI I think, and knew I could finally put it to use.  One of the new paper packs I bought was Miss Caroline from MME and it had this cute flowered paper.  Could I place the chevron die in such a way that it made the best use of the flowers?  Yes, I could, so that's what I did.  Then I tried to duplicate the flowers on the paper with a cut from the Cindy Lou cartridge, using scraps.  The sentiment was printed from the computer.


I know, I know.  I'm very literal with inspiration photos.  I love to try new things but thinking in a new way is much more difficult.  Stay tuned and see if I can retrain my brain. ;)

Thanks for stopping by and gave a wonderful day!








7 comments:

  1. Bobby your card is fabulous, love the flowers. Thank you so much for sharing with us this week at the first Fusion Hypothesis!

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  2. This is really cute! I like how your zig zags are done with patterned paper! Thanks so much for joining in the fun over at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge Blog!

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  3. You made a great fusion card for the new challenge and for CFC, too, Bobby! Wasn't that great how that worked out this week?! Hope Baby Noah is doing well and that you had a great anniversary celebration!

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  4. Love your floral chevron fusion Bobby! So glad you joined in the fun at the first Fusion challenge :)

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  5. I'm so with you, Bobby ... it IS hard to come up with something that is not a literal translation of a sketch. But I love how this one turned out, literal and all!! Your chevrons full of flowers are so fun. Thanks for playing with the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge, AND the very first Fusion Challenge!

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  6. It's all good...you just have to have fun creating! Looks fabulous! Thanks for joining us at Fusion!

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  7. This paper looks beautiful in the chevron shape. :) Thanks so much for joining our first experiment at Fusion. :)

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