Thursday, December 1, 2011

CAS-ual Fridays Challenge #30–Tic Tac Toe!!

Hello Again!!

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Did you all have an amazing Thanksgiving?!  Ours was really quiet, but kind of nice, too.  Just the two of us . . . no mess!  LOL  Anyway, I’m back today to share the latest CAS-ual Fridays Challenge, which is to create a CLEAN AND SIMPLE design and choose the elements of your card from the above Tic Tac Toe grid.  I just LOVE these Tic Tac Toe challenges because there are so many fun combos and possibilities.

 

Our fabulous sponsor this week is The Paper Temptress.  They provided the Girl Fridays with some awesome cardstock to try out, as well as an amazing prize for this week’s TGIF Club Winner.  But, I’m sure you know you’ll have to drop in at the CAS-ual Fridays Challenge Blog in order to find out what it is.  Thanks, Paper Temptress!!

 

CFC30 - Tic Tac Toe

I chose the line for Scallops, Green and Stripes, but really had a hard time choosing which direction to go – they’re all super fun, right?!

PRODUCTS USED:

STAMPS:  Winter Wishes (A Muse Studio), Holiday Greetings (Flourishes), Background Basics: Retro (PTI)
INK:  VersaMark and VersaFine Onyx Black (Tsukineko)
PAPER:  Simply Chartreuse (PTI), White (Neenah), Black Licorice (French Poptone)
ACCESSORIES:  White Embossing Powder (Zing/American Crafts), Honey Dew Baker’s Twine (The Twinery), Embossed Scallop Border Punch (EK Success), Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders)

 

That’s it for me today, kids.  I’m so happy that you dropped by today, and I hope that you’ll play along with us this week.  This girl will be getting inky all weekend long – how about you?  Any fun plans for the weekend?  Either way, have a great one!

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4 comments:

Jenny said...

Well I'll be first to say what a fantastic card Karolyn, love the modern colours for a Christmas card :)
Jenny x

Laura Davis said...

What a sweet card!
Hugs
Laura

Marlena M. said...

Such a great card! I love the way you incorporated stripes and scallops. ;)

Nina said...

Love the twine in the front and solid lines in the background, so cohesive!