tic tac bell

The Paper Players PP565

My card is playing in the Tic Tac Toe Challenge: PP565 hosted by Ann for the Paper Players tonight. I opted for the center row down elements which includes Circles, Patterned Paper and Embossing. My sentiment from GKD’s Very Merry Christmas illustrated by Theresa Momber was stamped and then die cut with a Gina K Designs single stitched circle and layered in kraft cardstock onto a Spellbinders nestabilities circle die. My next element is patterned paper and I decided to create my own patterned paper by using The Crafters Workshop Buffalo Plaid Stencil and Distress Oxide inks in antique linen and walnut stain to give me a color pretty close to kraft . I then stamped the bell from SU’s Christmas Classics stamp set in walnut stain and then versamark and heat embossed it in clear embossing powder and fussy cut. My top layer is a piece of glitter paper and a strip of kraft cardstock to try to hide my seam between layers.

I wanted to yell BINGO but realized that was the wrong game so Tic-Tac-Toe it is.

When I first began stamping and cardmaking it, seemed reasonable if I was making one card I may as well make the second. So I am hoping to continue in that manner and create at least two cards of the same design. Even making two cards of the same design they each seem a little different and unique in their own way.

Thanks for stopping in for a peek. Hope everyone had a Boo-tiful Halloween.

17 thoughts on “tic tac bell

  1. So pretty, Gayle! In my opinion, you can’t beat sparkle and plaid! I love the color ink you created. Thank you so much for playing in my Tic-Tac-Toe challenge this week!

  2. That plaid is perfect and I love how you got the colours you wanted. I also enjoyed your description and the Bingo yell. It works too.

  3. Great job on this Gayle! I love that bell and the pretty plaid. Stencils are so fun to work with, in so many different ways. It’s always good to make 2, as you get your cards made twice as fast. šŸ˜‰

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