Tuesday, February 28, 2023

YOU card for Tic Tac Toe at Retro Rubber

 We love seeing all the different interpretations of a Tic Tac Toe board over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.  Come check it out and play along!

 I took this opportunity to make another card for my son, as he graduated from Candidate to Cadet and has completed the toughest part of his Oregon Youth Challenge Program.

The set is Hot Off the Press "You greeting" released in 2018.

  • I selected some patterned papers from my card making kit scrap stash.  These happen to be Heidi Grace from 2003.   The papers are die cut with My Favorite Things Die Namics Modern Stitched Rectangles STAX.  
  • The "you" is die cut from the red cardstock that backs the patterned paper on the card front.  
  • The sentiment is stamped in Versa Color Indigo and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.  Then it is die cut with Lawn Cuts Everyday Sentiment Banners, 2016.
  •  The card is adhered together with adhesive.  

Once I selected my vertical row "die cut, large sentiment, and pattern paper" this card came together very quickly. Thanks for stopping by!  Hope to see your cards over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.


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