Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Thinking of you


Hi friends!  Today's card is for Wplus9's Monday Mood board challenge.  We were to take inspiration from this board of loves....


I am pretty sure you can see where I took my inspiration from.  :)  I love using cork on cards and always forget that I have some in my stash. I love that you can use it in the Big Shot to get fun shapes. 

Thanks for visiting and have a great day!

Cardstock:  Whisper White, Raspberry Ripple
Ink:  Memento Black
Stamps:  Very Vintage Greetings (Wplus9)
Accessories:  Clear cut stackers:  Pinking squares (Wplus9), Lorelai Leaf die (memory box), Tasteful trim die (SU), Texturz Plates (retired SU), Cork

11 comments:

  1. I love the touch of cork...fabulous take on the inspiration Kristie!

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  2. You had the same paper! But the pinked edges make it look like fabric. Great card!

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  3. Kristie, this is a great take on the photo inspiration! Can't believe you had that exact same paper - LOL!! I LOVE that you use cork. I have some and still haven't used it for cards. You've inspired me to pull it out and do something, ANYTHING with it. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Hi Kristie, this is a wonderful card, clean, simple and lots of texture. I love how you have made your very own 'fabric' - ingenious. I am now following you too. Thanks for following me.Kx

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  5. I am now your follower...and I love your lovely design..beautifull card...simple but lovely...best regards from Muenchen..where do you life Kristie...

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  6. I saw the thumbnail and seriously thought "no way - she has the same fabric". Wow. You created an awesome replica, girl. Love it. Wish I had some WPlus9 to play along.

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  7. I love that pop of red and white! Very nice!

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  8. This is fantastic! Love the colours and the crisp design. Swooning over the cork!

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  9. love that piece...looks just like fabric!!

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Your comments are much appreciated. Thank you!

Hugs,
Kristie