It's Wednesday and a new challenge is ready for you at The House That Stamps Built. It's a Tic, Tac, Toe challenge and I think you know the drill, but just in case you don't, you create a card or project from three elements on the graphic in either a horizontal, vertical or diagonal direction. It's easy and it's fu. For me, it's usually a great way to use up some scraps.
This card formed from that pink scalloped die cut that was sitting in my box of paper scraps. I stamped RI#2605-P "Ode to Spring" in a light pink dye ink one white card stock and colored it with my Chameleon Color Tone Pencils. I then cut it out using the next smallest scalloped die from the same set as the one I started with. I have had the CuddleBug "swiss dots" embossing folder for eons and thought it would make a nice background layer. The sentiment is a combination of RI#3906-H "Easter Blessings" and RI#1304-J "Beauty of Springtime". Finally, I added some tiny dots with Ranger's enamel accents in white around the pink scalloped oval.
From the tic, tac, toe chart, I selected the three elements right across the top of the chart; gems/pearls, bunnies and pink.
Come on over to THE HOUSE and join in on the challenge. You can find all the details on how to enter and what you might win there.
For more inspiration and some incredible creations from my team mates, please check out their blogs.
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