Today's Fusion Card Challenge #8 is a bright and cheery one...just look at this photo and sketch:
I had no hesitation this week...I knew from the minute I saw this picture that I was going to base my card on the rainbow of chevron colors.
I am hoping you will want to play along with our challenge...just make a card based on either the sketch, the inspirational photo, or a little bit of both for perfect "fusion"! You have two weeks to play, the challenge ends on Monday, May 5th, noon PST. Here's some more inspiration from the Fusion Design Team!
Love how you stamped the feathers. Such a cool pattern.
What a clever design using the feathers - perfect with the chevron pattern - and SO colorful Cathy! A very festive b'day card!
Cathy what a perfect card, that Waltzingmouse stamp is just the right set for this challenge.
What a FUN take on the photos Cathy, this is terrific!
Love how you used the WMS funky feathers!! Wonderful card!!
This is great, Cathy, I love the fun colors and the pattern you created with the feathers!
Great card Cathy. I love the spectrum of colors.
I love that you found the chevrons in the feathers! This card is super cool! I love it! :-)
I see the chevrons, I see them!!! Cool design!! yay!!
I saw this earlier today then got phone call, and forgot to comment. So now I'm back to tell you how gorgeous your design is. Love this card Cathy. So nice when you have an idea in your head and it turns out as nice as this. I really like that you stamped on an angle.
Love the perfect stamping you did with the feather :) love the colors
What a fun card! Using the feather stamp was brilliant. Love all the colors!
Love, love, love your funky feathers Cathy, such a great design!
Such a fabulous card. I love your take on the challenge. I forgot how much I like those feather stamps, and they look great in those rainbow colors.
Wow...this is just one fabulous and fun birthday card! I love all those arrows and how you stamped them in so many festive colors, so fun!
The feathers look amazing in all these bright pretty colors! How can I call this CAS when I know how hard it was to line all those little guys up like that? Nothing simple about it!
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