Saturday, May 23, 2015

Happy Birthday & Hello

Happy Saturday everyone!
I am popping in real quick with a couple cards for The Gossip Column #2.  

I used Scenery: Rectangled & Triangled by Winnie & Walter to create my focal point.  Embossed the sentiment from The Big, the Bold, and the Happy using white embossing powder on pink cardstock.

Second card using the same stamp sets...

Before you go I want to share a sneak peek of the DT's cards for this week's "Either/Or" challenge at StampNation
We had to chose one item from each category and couldn't use the other on our cards.  
I chose rectangle, sequins, die cut & gold.  Any guesses on which one is mine?

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  1. These are super graphic and cool!! I just love the geometric gorgeousness going on.

  2. Fabulous cards Kristie! I can't believe you used the same stamps for both cards, they look totally different from one another. The second one is my favorite, I just love the colors! Hugs, Brenda

  3. Love your graphic cards Kristie. Winnie & Walter sets are so versatile.

  4. Love the Winnie and Walter sets! Kristie, your cards say graphic so well!

  5. Fabulous cards Kristie, and my guess is that your card is the top left.

  6. Cool card, Kristie! I love the colors and the overlapping triangles! And you've stamped them so well!

  7. Sorry pal....I'm so far behind in commenting....but finally have all the yard work done, the garden planted, the bedding plants in and plants pots done!

    These are two really, REALLY cool retro type cards! Talk about showcasing the versatility of a stamp set - wow - your cards will have these sets out of stock in no time at all!

  8. These are both amazing! The first one is like modern art and I could find so many different interpretations in such a simple grouping of shapes! The second is just such a great angled design and I love the incorporation of the ombre as well! Thanks for spreading The Gossip on w&w's The Gossip Column!


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