Time for a new challenge at Retro Rubber and we have a fun tic tac toe for your stamping pleasure!
I had a need for a masculine birthday card so I went with the diagonal that includes Green and Twine/Cord.
I pulled out a few scraps from my stash and added a few fun details!
- Darice Crackle embossing folder was used to create the green background. After pressure embossing I sanded the surface to bring out the texture.
- Recollections Kraft cardstock is used for the base and the layers of the card. Lawn Fawn Small Cross-stitched Rectangle die from 2016 was used on the sentiment base layer.
- Provo Craft Slab II from around 2002 patterned papers are used between the layers and as the top layer.
- Ms. Sparkle & Co. from 6/2019 is used to stamp the sentiment in Memento Luxe Rich Cocoa. Rich Cocoa is also used to edge the patterned papers.
- Two layers are adhered together I tied craft cord around the layers before adhering with dimensional foam adhesive to the next layers.
This was a really fun card to put together. My father-in-law enjoyed receiving it as well! Please do come and join us at Retro Rubber! These are our challenge guidelines:
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