Fusion card challenge inspired card


I would like to share with you a card I made inspired by the picture at Fusion card challenge.

Bright Butterfly

I just love these vibrant and warm colours of flowers contrasted with the cold colour of the butterfly.

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I stamped the images using the Kaisercraft stamp set – with beautiful florals. I removed the words that were on the petals using cotton ear buds and stamped the images with Versa Fine onyx black ink – perfect for watercolour markers and watercolouring in general. I used Stabilo 68 pens to colour in the florals. These pens blend very well on the watercolour paper and if you ever need to smooth out the blending they also work with water so you can use your brush with water and complete the blending. You have to be really careful though because these pens have a lot of ink and the darker colour can overtake the brighter (like you can see on my purple flower) I wish that turned out better but I still like the bright combination of these flowers.

I had a bit of a struggle with the sentiment because as always with my backgrounds I do not want to cover them 🙂 So here I came up with this little banner in the middle that I tucked under the butterflies. I hope you like how it turned out.

Here is the video showing how I made the card:

Here is the list of supplies I used:

Stabilo 68 pens 

Kaisercraft stamp set – flowers

Uniko Studio stamps – Flower Power #2 – sentiment

Bo Bunny – Flutter – butterflies

I am entering this card in the Fusion card challenge

Simon Says Stamps – Wednesday Anything Goes challenge


Thank you for stopping by!

Have a happy and crafty day!



9 thoughts on “Fusion card challenge inspired card

  1. Such wonderful, vibrant colors! Beautiful! Thank you so much for playing along with the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

  2. Gorgeous coloring … black really makes the sentiment pop … so very glad you joined us at Fusion Card Challenge.

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