Thursday, January 15, 2015

FUSION - Wooden Hearts

Welcome to FUSION inspiration! This fortnights card is inspired by the gorgeous wood paneled heart, paired with the too cute hessian wrapped roses. Created using Winnie and Walter The Big, the Bold and Extras roses, banner (with Momento Luxe Rose Bud stamped on gelatos watercolour base), and leaves (with Momento Luxe Pistachio stamped on Pear Tart) then fussy cut. The background is a piece of canvas my Mum had purchased when we lived in America and I just started school LOL! The wooden plank paper is Kaisercraft, diecut with Winnie and Walter The Big, the Bold and the Happy Cutaways sentiment to create the shaker cutaway, which is filled with Pretty Pink Posh confetti hearts.

The Design Team have some FABULOUS creations to inspire you

Hope to see you playing along, can't wait to see what you create! Remember you can play along by being inspired by the photo, the sketch or BOTH.
Please check the linky for the days left to play with us.

Also playing along with Winnie and Walter 1st Birthday Bash
Shaker Challenge with Julie and Sketch Challenge with Joni
and The Pink Elephant Shaker Challenge

PS I'd LOVE if YOU could link up a post highlighting your favourite creations for 2014


  1. Great textures on this with the woodgrain heart and the burlap background Lyndal!

  2. Absolutely gorgeous. Loving the earthy tones with the pink.
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  3. the texture that the canvas brings to the card.

  4. Lyndal, this is that canvas.

  5. Wow. So pretty! Love the patterned paper you used on the heart!

  6. Gorgeous! The burlap and wood-patterned paper add a rustic look and the flowers and shaker add a touch of color and softness. Great combo!

  7. The texture of the burlap is fantastic!! I love that you made a "wood grain" heart from FABRIC!! The whole design is fabulous!!

  8. the burlap is such a nice touch with this!

  9. Awesome burlap with wood. Brought back a memory of a song from childhood called "wooden heart"


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