Hello, friends! Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge #12 goes live today, so I'm popping in to share my challenge card.
I chose to work with the middle row: arrows, jute/natural twine, and tag. There are a few subtle touches on this card that make me happy. The black diagonal strip is textured cardstock with a little stitching detail, the white is actually a rustic white so there are little flecks of color here and there, and the arrows are wood veneers that I colored black. It's the little things I tell ya. I've also been loving the extra nudge Anna Kossakovskaya has given us to get extra mileage out of our stamp sets, so once again I've used Concord & 9th's Flourish stamp set to create a simple, bold floral pattern. It's been fun trying to stretch myself to use this set in different ways and different color combos (like this one, which is very out of the norm for me), so I'm entering this into CASometry Challenge 2. Make five: Stage 4.Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge blog next. This marks our last challenge with the current design team, so you won't want to miss any of the fabulous ladies' projects. And I sure hope you'll join us for Challenge #12. It is always so fun to see the many different ways each board inspires others to create.