Pansy Petals for a Simple Sketch

Here is my first entry for the Fusion Card Challenge! For this entry I decided to stick to the sketch side of the challenge, mostly. For the next challenge I think I will try the photo side of the challenge. I kept this card very simple, which is always a huge challenge in it self for me!

The first thing you will notice about this card is the Calypso Coral card base, it is hard to miss. I used the Pansy Petals DSP for 2 of my 3 strips. The large strip measures 3/4″ x 5 1/2″, the next strip measures 1/2″ x 5 1/2″. The last strip is the smallest at 1/4″ x 5 1/2″, I used Evening Evergreen for this strip.

I decided I wanted to add just a little extra to this card with out over doing it to keep in line with the sketch. I pulled out my scoreboard and let me tell you, it has been AWILE since I pulled it out. I can usually get by with my Stampin’ Up! Paper trimmer. I add raised border on the Calypso Coral card base above and below the sentiment stirp. I also added score lines to each of the strips, a bit difficult to see in the photo.

I used the Sale-A-bration stamp set Delicate Dahlia to heat emboss the thank you Kindly sentiment on a piece of Very Vanilla Card stock. I added a bit of Baker’s Twine that I had colored Evening Evergreen to jazz up the sentiment strip. But honestly I am not really sure I even needed it.

I hope you enjoyed this card. Be sure to leave a comment and let me know what you think. And if you don’t already have a demonstrator, I would love to fill the position, just click here to get in touch with me.

Product List
September Host Code

Shop with my host code and earn a roll of Linen Thread with a product order of $30.00 or more. Remember only use my host code if you are spending under $149.99, if you are spending over don’t put in the host you will earn Stampin’ Rewards! You will still get the free product from me! Details here.


  1. Super sweet card. Love your flower pattern. Thank you for playing along with us at the FUSION card challenge and hope to see you again.

Leave a Reply