Thursday, August 9, 2018

OSAT End of Summer Tic Tac Toe

Hey there stampers! Welcome back for another fabulous One Stamp At A Time Blog Hop!  This month we have a fun theme! It's Tic Tac Toe!

OSAT End Of Summer Tic Tac Toe


For my projects- I chose to create with Ribbon, DSP and Flowers (the whole left side of the tic tac toe board).  


Even though summer is quickly winding down I'm not quite ready to let it go just yet!  I'm still totally loving all of the gorgeous fun summer colors from the Garden Impressions DSP.  For my card- I used Melon Mambo, Shaded Spruce, Petal Pink card stock.  For the roses stamped images- I used Petal Pink, Powder Pink and Calypso Coral.  


This card is a little different than most cards.  I created the card base from a piece of Melon Mambo card stock that measures 5-1/4" x 5-1/2".  It is scored at 4-1/4".  A piece of Garden Impressions DSP measuring 4" x 5-1/4" was adhered to the back of the 1" panel on the front of the card.  Wanna create one of these beauties for yourself?  Simply choose your color card stock and DSP and embellish as you wish!

My 3 dimensional project for today is another Mini Tic Tac Box.  They are absolutely the cutest little things ever.  


I'm sorry the picture is so close up but I wanted to show the detail in the Blossoms Embellishments.  They truly are beautiful ❤

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6 comments:

  1. That little box is so stinkin' cute!

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  2. Loving this card and the little box. Do you have instructions on How to make it? This set would be a cute little gift

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  3. Gorgeous projects Dani and I love your little box x

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  4. Dani, these are so nice. May I ask you why the DSP isn't exact size of the one inch panel it is adhered to? Is it left from a project? And do you have a template or tutorial for tic tac box? Thanks

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    1. Hi Lynn! I just wanted a different look. I could have made it the same size but then it wouldn't appear as though it were a layer. Just a different way to make a card! As for the dimensions of the tic tac box- I followed a tutorial from another demo named Omellie's Designs. Her dimensions are in cm so they need to be converted to inches. I just used the back of a piece of Grid Paper for the cm measurements.

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    2. Thanks so much...I plan to make a dozen ca dis Sunday or Monday. Will share the tic tac with a friend to make together.....great idea with grid paper.

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