Sunday, February 4, 2018

Tic Tac Toe Challenge

The other day I stumbled across this challenge page, Tic Tac Toe Challenge. I love challenges so I had to do this! The rules are to select a row and make a card based off of what is in that row. Well, I couldn't decide on just one row so I did them all.

For my card, I grabbed the Heart Tree file from Miss Kate Cuttables (also found in the Silhouette Design Store) to start my design.

I knew that this Heart Tree would fill the heart, kraft, and die cut portion of the challenge.
I wanted texture to my tree so I grabbed a We R Memory Keeper embossing folder and my Sizzix Big Shot to emboss the tree. (I also embossed clouds to the white background, not shown)
Next, I wanted to use some embossing powder to do the sentiment on both the outside of the card as well as the inside.
The copper Recollections embossing powder just might be my new favorite powder!
Once the pieces were all cut, I got to assemble and customize with a few tweeks to the die pieces.
I cut the hearts through the card face and use vellum to incase the hearts.
Final Product: 
To fulfill the ribbon part of the challenge, I removed the paper "string and bow" of the hearts and added in some Recollections Valentine's Day twine.
 I figure the embossing powder, tree, and clouds could count as my free space.
 Throw some sequins around the sentiment to bling it up.
 And emboss the inside to complete this card challenge!

Materials Used: 

  • DCWV Wild Side 12x12 double sided stack

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  • Miss Kate Cuttables Heart Tree file
  • Sizzix Big Shot
  • We R Memory Keeper embossing folder
  • Darice embossing folder (clouds)
  • Darice Heat Gun
  • VersaMark embossing ink
  • Recollections copper embossing powder
  • Stampin Up Love stamp
  • Recollections Valentine's Day Twine
  • Silhouette Cameo 3
  • Silhouette Studio~Designer Edition
  • Aleene's Original Tacky Glue
  • Scotch ATG gun
  • Canon 80D 


  1. Sonja
    Wowzer! All nine elements. What an adorable card thank you for joining this week over at Tic Tac Toe challenge. Hope you get to play along often.


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