Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc018

 

For this card I drew inspiration from the left diagonal.

Which three in a row will you choose for your project?  Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!

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Pigs can fly!  At least they can in this week’s Tic Tac Toe Challenge.  Our board has plently of options for cute and creative cards!  This piece is actually a decor item for a customer of mine who loved the flying piggy (who doesn’t) but wanted the sentiment modified for a baby boy’s nursery.  This tic tac toe board was a perfect fit!  

I also used my Hand Lettered stamp set for the first time to really make the “he did” stand out.  If you don’t have this set and like to custom create sentiments  – get it!  The stamps really do line up and connect to look like handwirting.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc014

For this card I drew inspiration from the middle row across.  I came across this cat silhouette on pinterest and knew I needed to make project around that idea! I used your basic brown paper bag as my base…large enough to fit plenty of treats!  I love the little mouse stamp too and the visual pun with the “trick or treat” sentiment with the cat and mouse.

Which three in a row will you choose for your project?  Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!

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Welcome to round 14!  We have had some stellar entries lately and it is just as inspiring to see what all of  you creat based on our boards.  Jeanie Stark made this week’s fun ABC version of Tic Tac Toe.

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, three in a row #tttc012

 

For this card I drew inspiration from the left column down; love, gold and die cut.

Which three in a row will you choose for your project?  Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!

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Go team “O”, go team “O”!  I had a lot of fun with this simple, easy to make card this week.  While I used som older DSP, the design can be mixed up for many themes.  This card would be perfect for that special man or perhaps sports enthusiast in your life.

Come share the love and join us for another exciting round of creativity and fun!

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, three in a row: #tttc010

Right away the top row of elements – metallic, emboss and insect – called out to me.  I am still in love with the Dragonfly Dreams stamp set and coordinating dies that came out in the last Occasions catalog.

Click here for another post featuring this set and the design progression from simple to spectacular that led me to this card.

Which three in a row will you choose for your project?  Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!

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We have hit the double digets!  Ten challenges down and this board is superb!  Thank you to Nicole Watt over at Pixle Maven’s Retreat for this great challenge.

 

 

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc008

How cute are these Quirky Critter stamps?   There are four adrorable animals total; each with their own cute punny greeting.  These images are great for coloring and inspire play!  I had a lot of fun using brighter colors and mixing patterns and textures

I picked two  rows for this card; left column down and left diagonal. We are sooooo close to hitting 40 entries.  What are you waiting for? Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!

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Tic Tac GO!  It’s game on for team “O”.  This week’s board was designed by Susan Itell over at Simple Stampin.  This is a great board with so many awesome combos!

 

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc006

 

Fuzzy!  I LOVE anything fuzzy and this week I was able to incorporate one of my favorite things into my card design.  I choose the diagonal right down as my inspiration.

Which three in a row will you choose for your project?  Grab your creative cap, whatever supplies you have on hand and come play with me at TTTC!

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It’s time for another Tic Tac Toe Challenge with my team “O” taking the lead this week.  The board for this challenge was made by Shannon Fralish over at Paper Made Bakery.