Monday, February 16, 2015

Fusion Dessert

Another?  Yes - one must have dessert - seriously!

This time from Echo Park and a bit of a Fusion between photo and sketch:

 
That's it!  Off to do the dishes!

15 comments:

alexandra s.m. said...

Love your card. This fusion was not easy!!

Jocelyn Olson said...

I totally see the fusion (and it looks like a doozy!). Beautiful card! I love the color/paper combinations!

Lynn said...

Love the sweet little silhouette and the perfect sentiment. Thanks so much for playing with us at Fusion!

Lisa said...

Just as cute as can be Michele, love that silhouette!

Marybeth said...

Love this one too! Beautiful background paper ! It does look a bit difficult, but not for you!

~amy~ said...

dessert...I love dessert.
Here's the thing, your cards always have a way of telling a story. I love it.
This card especially speaks to me...as my boy is finishing up his last year of high school and ventures to college soon {getting my tissues}....
gorgeous work my friend.

Kristie Goulet said...

So perfect, Michele! What a great image and sentiment!

Cat Craig said...

Great combo of image and sentiment, and the colors - rocked it.

Lyndal said...

Gorgeous card Michele! So glad you joined in the fun @ FUSION! Hope to see you again soon :)

Brenda said...

Oh I love this card Michele! That image is amazing and I love the quotes/sentiments!! This is a great grad card too. What a fun inspiration photo, but it would have thrown me. lol I just love your take on it. Hugs, Brenda

Bobby said...

I can't believe how many things popped into your head designwise for this challenge. Michele. One after another, after another.

Kim Heggins said...

Fabulous card...just fabulous Michele!

Taunya Butler said...

Awesomely done and so cool looking!!!

cm said...

Again, your card is a fusion of fabulous! Truly in awe...I'm stymied by both the colours and the sketch, so seeing you work magic, has me smiling with delight!
Hugs~c

Anita in France said...

A fabulous fusion of DP, image and sentiment, Michele ... they're perfect together! Anita :)