Monday, 27 April 2015

Fusion - Old School Roses



Yesterday I was cruising around blogland and I just loved Michele's card for the current Fusion challenge and was inspired to play along!



I'm using only the photo as inspiration and went really CAS with my old, old, old Stampin' Up Rose Rhapsody set (from 2000, long before I started stamping - I got it on ebay). I stamped and masked and that was it.

17 comments:

Ксения Phedra Ли said...

Ardyth, your card is simple but eye catching. I like the way you use the foto inspiration!

I Card Everyone said...

Oh Ardyth... this is so beautiful!!! Nice to know I can inspire you - as you inspire me! [Now. can I borrow this?]
=]

Silver C said...

very pretty

Geri said...

GORGEOUS!!! Love this stamp - an oldie, but goodie. Clean, simple and gloriously graphic! Thanks pal - you just inspired by next CCC card (which needs to be posted in just a few hours!)

BTW - pass on a huge CONGRATS to Kate! Grade 8 piano - well done young lady!

Lynn said...

An absolutely CAS beauty! So glad you could play with us at Fusion Ardyth!

Brenda said...

Oh, this is just beautiful Ardyth! I love the colors on this card too, so bright and summery!! Hugs, Brenda

Pam said...

Gorgeous! Love the simplicity and the colors.

Kristie Goulet said...

LOVE those bold blooms! So striking!

Nancy said...

So simple and so striking! Just beautiful!

Julia Aston said...

what a wonderful clean design Ardyth! love the simple blooms and crisp colors! Thanks for joining us in the Fusion Challenge!

Kim Heggins said...

Wonderful pair of roses...so beautiful.

SmilynStef said...

I am lovin' those big bold blooms ... so very glad you joined us at Fusion Card challenge.

wienerhoneymooners said...

Love your FUSION card Arduth, so STRIKING!!!! Thanks for joining us at FUSION!!!

Lisa said...

LOVE this card Ardyth!!

Katie Ann Brooks said...

love your circle and the clean look of this card! Thanks for joining us at Fusion.

Anita in France said...

Simply beautiful, Ardyth ... so striking and crisp! Bisous, Anita :)

Jeanne J said...

Oh Ardyth! SO much color in such a clean design - perfection!