Fusion: fly.

Post 2 of 2 for today…click HERE for my Neat & Tangled post.
There’s a new Fusion Challenge and I gotta tell you, this one is fabulous:
I know, which one to pick….or perhaps combine.

This week I was inspired by the photo!

Patting myself on the back because I used vintage Cosmo Cricket Joy Ride paper AND a vintage Melody Ross PL card before PL cards were so popular!

I used the Neat & Tangled

I die cut the box in 2 different patterns, on 2 different sides of the paper.   The blue polkas were die cut the opposite side of the grid paper so that I could use the contrasting patterns on my box.

I can’t wait to see how you’re inspired!

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27 thoughts on “Fusion: fly.”

  1. Love the richness of the colors in that inspiration photo. And I'm loving everything I see made with that darling box. What a sweet card, Amy.

  2. Love this! Loving all the papers you combined, and of course I'm kind of partial to the box πŸ˜‰

  3. Totally brilliant. LOVE that box!! Great papers and such a sweet bird. Just amazing as always! Bev

  4. What a cool die! My first time seeing this one and I'm fascinated! Love the "pop up" look and that gorgeous bird!

  5. Whoa! That is one cool box – I love the fun patterns you used! You are the queen of mixing patterns!

  6. Ok, I totally want that living room! And omgosh, did you ever nail the vibe with your adorable card! LOVE the papers and color combo, and good for you for using some old stash goodies. I tell you what, that always feels good, doesn't it? LOVE your box on here! Brilliant idea to use the two different papers like that!

  7. Super pretty card, Amy. I love the gorgeous colors, and that box die cut is so fun! Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my blog. πŸ˜‰

  8. OH MY GOODNESS!! such an awesome card!! i LOOOOOOOVE the colors! and that box die – perfect!!!!! so so so cool!! πŸ˜€

  9. The great escape! Be free birdie! Love this my friend, such an uplifting message. πŸ™‚

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