For my her version, I used our Flowers stamp set. I stamped the trio of flowers on a piece of scrap white cardstock. Then cut the stems out and mounted them on dimensionals.
I used the word window die to add my sentiment and finished my card off with a snippet of ribbon to make it pop.
For my him version, I kept the same layout, but changed the stamp set to use one of my favourites, A Guy Thing.
I decided I wanted the little tag to mimic a man's dress shirt, so I stamped the tie on decorative paper, cut it out, and mounted on dimensionals. Then I used my Copic Multiliner to doodle in a little shirt pocket coming off the side of the tag. I added a button and twine to finish everything off.
Be sure to check out what everyone else has created today:
Although I've been following Fusion Card Challenge since its launch, this is the first week I'll actually get to play along!
My dad has had a moustache since well before I was born. In fact, I don't know if there are any photos of him without one! So I paired some of my favourite stamps to make this fun card for him for Father's Day.
I decided to play along with the sketch, but that blue from the inspiration photo definitely inspired me, too!
I used that fabulous new Subway Series from Fresh Squeezed Stamps for my background. Then layered the sentiment and moustache over it.
Nelly Moser has become one of my prized showstoppers, especially this time of the year. I've had her for about five years now, and she's really hit her stride.
She's about 5 feet tall (and would get taller if I had a trellis or teuter large enough to let her!) and always puts on a great show. I noticed the other morning that she started blooming and had to go out and snap a few photos.
This lupine actually self-seeded from my compost pile. I love happy little surprises like this! I've been composting for many years now and usually only get veggies sprouting in the garden as volunteers. But last year I noticed this lupine coming up near my pond.
I decided to let her grow and sure enough, this year she's blooming! I love the purple and white color. I grew the original plant from seeds shared from a friend in Nova Scotia.
I think most people forget how wonderfully decorative most herbs can be. These are just simple garlic chives, but the purple flowers really put on a show this time of year against the fresh green foliage.
Not only are these gorgeous to look at, but I love stepping out of my door and snipping herbs to add to my meals on the spot.
One last photo to share with you today. This is Superstition, a lovely little bearded iris. She's not very tall, but I think she makes up for it with this amazing deep purple color.