Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc042

Stampin Up Sweet Little Something baby card in coral by The Creative Compendium

I just love this cuddly bunny!  The three step stamp really creates a WOW photorealistic image.  And since I pre-ordered Stampin’ Up’s all new Stamparatus, getting all three layers to line up perfectly is a snap!  Find more information and other card ideas using this Sweet Little Something stamp set here.

For this card I drew inspiration from the left column down.  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 this week’s Tic Tac Toe Challenge board featuring yours truly!  I hope you enjoy the diverse possibilities this week and I look forward to seeing what you create at www.tictactoechallenge.com

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc40

Christmas aside, what holiday do you make the most cards for?  I find myself busy with Mother’s Day cards and you can see that for this week’s challenge I’m already getting a head start.  I’m blessed to have a Mother, two Grandmothers and a Great Aunt all living to honor on this special day.  Since I sell many of my creations, Mother’s Day is brisk business for those wanting to buy more than a generic card for Mom.

For this card I used the baby wipe technique which I will be featuring in my next class (if you live in the Tucson AZ area).  I love how modern but yet feminine this card is!

For my inspiration I chose the left diagonal; twine, metallic and rhinestone.  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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Can you believe we are in our 40th week?!  We have a sweet and shiny board for you to play along with from our featured designer Nicole Watt.  I look forward to seeing you over at Tic Tac Toe Challenge this week!

 

 

Corinne Blake

Independent Stampin’ Up Demonstrator

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Thanks for creating with me today!  I hope you enjoyed today’s projects.  Leave me a comment or a question – I love to hear from you!

Creatively Yours,

Corinne

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Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc038

I love when I can incorporate those crafting “leftovers” that you keep because you swear “I’ll use it for something!”  In the case of this card, I’m so glad I did save those bits and pieces.

The background was a piece of 2 3/4″ x 2 3/4″ watercolor paper I had been testing faux watercolor backgrounds on.  The polka dots in the challenge board brought me back to that scrap which, on it’s own I didn’t like.  However, stamping some random dots with the Playful Backgrounds set totally changed the scrap into an interesting focal piece!

I used a 3″ x 3″ piece of Old Olive cardstock as my bottom layer and stamped a sentiment from an old Paper Pumpkin kit also in Old Olive.  The sprig is a die from the Petals & More thinlits set.

For this card I drew inspiration from the left column down.  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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This week’s featured designer is Claire Broadwater.  Our board has plenty of inspiration for Spring or Saint Patrick’s Day.  (or even something completely different – like my card)

We love seeing what you creat and I hope you will join us for another great week at www.tictactoechallenge.com

 

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc032

 

For this card I drew inspiration from the bottom row, Sparkle, Love and Free.   This card also happened to be one of the make-and-takes for my January class.  It features one of my favorite new bundles  Petal Palette.

I love that this card can work for Valentines, Anniversary or a surprise “Love You” to a friend.  I guess that means this card fills the right diagonal too with Friend, Neutral and Sparkle!

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 my third Tic Tac Toe Challenge board!  The New Year is always so full of promise and potential.  I seem to get renewed inspiration about my creativity too!  I hope this board will inspire you as well with many options for Valentines, Birthdays or just saying hello to a good friend.  Grab your supplies and head over to www.tictactoechallenge.com !

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc030

 

For this card I drew inspiration from the right diagonal and the middle row across.  I admit that I am a total sucker for wood and lace – masculine and feminine all in one!

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 the New Year and team O’s new board!  Our featured designer this week is Nicole Watt.  And have you heard  about our NEW challenge opportuinty for weekly designer pick’s to host a challenge in the future?  Go grab you craft supplies; 2018 is going to be full of creativity!

 

 

Tic Tac Toe, Three in a Row: #tttc028

I am still very much in Christmas card mode but decided to play with a little non-traditional color today.  I love how our new Berry Burst In-color makes this card modern yet still classic!

For this card I drew inspiration from both the middle row and middle column.  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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Our challenge this week is brought to you by Clair Broadwater.  This board is perfect for those of you needing a little extra push to finish up those Holiday cards!  I’m really excited about the non-traditional color possibilities and how you will use them.  Looking forward to seeing you over at Tic Tac Toe Challenge!