Good morning! I hope you’re having a great Tuesday. Today I have another Stamp, Ink, Paper design team card to share with you. I’m the guest designer over there for February. This week we have a Tic-Tac-Toe challenge going.
I chose the right hand column for my Tic-Tac-Toe — Embossing, Watercolor, and Word Die Cut. I later noticed that I also completed the diagonal combo of Embossing, Flowers, and Sequins. That wasn’t on purpose, though.
I made the floral background with the Amazing You stamp set. I heat embossed, then used Brusho to color the flowers and the background.
The “amazing” die cut is from the Celebrate You thinlits. I cut the word out of Whisper White cardstock twice, then out of Gold Glimmer Paper. I glued the three cuts together with the gold one on top before gluing them to the card. I finished the card off with Gold Mini Sequin Trim, Metallics Sequins, and a little strip of Island Indigo cardstock punched with the Decorative Ribbon Border Punch.
Thanks for stopping by! Make sure to head over to Stamp, Ink, Paper to see the rest of the design team’s creations. And if you have a Tic-Tac-Toe card to share, make sure to enter it into the gallery!
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UPDATE: I made a tutorial video showing how to make the watercolor piece.