Wednesday, November 11, 2020

The House that Stamps Built - Tic-Tac-Toe

 Hi everyone - Happy Wednesday!

It's time for a new Tic-Tac-Toe challenge for Repeat Impressions.
Here is the inspiration board that Wendy gave us to work with:

My choice was Sponging, Autumn Colors, and Leaves

Today, I used these Repeat Impressions Stamps:

I had a tough time coloring the fruit on this image!  Lol...hope it looks ALMOST realistic!
I used Kraft cardstock, brown ink, and some pretty patterned papers. Coloring was done with Copic markers.

Now it’s your turn! Create something using the Tic-Tac-Toe board above, and link it up at The House that Stamps Built. Remember, your creation does not have to be made with Repeat Impressions stamps, but if you would like to include our designs we would love to see them! Plus, there’s an added bonus… you will get an additional entry in our drawing for using our stamps in your submissions!

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Now, it's time to see what my fellow Rock Stars have created!

Joy     Laurie     Heather   Shirley     Donna     

Happy Hopping!
Hope you link up a card this week!

Patti J. 


Lori m said...

Patti, your cornucopia card is just gorgeous, pretty card style, beautiful fall colors, hugs, Lori m

Glittered Paws said...

Very pretty - at first thought oh she did 2 cards, then I saw you mounted them on Kraft paper. Love your realistic looking fruit. Great job on this TTT challenge.

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

This is sooooooooo beautiful!

Donna said...

Beautiful fall card, like that patterned paper and nice coloring!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Absolutely gorgeous Thanksgiving card design.

*Vicki* said...

The layout is very nicely done here Patti! I love the papers with the Autumn images and the soft sponging is perfect for your main focal panel! So beautiful my friend!

Cheryl W said...

Very pretty! I love the layout on this one. Sometimes I want to use some DSP, but I feel like it's a little too busy of a pattern. Your layout is a great way to use a smaller piece of it. Thanks for the inspiration.

Heather said...

Very pretty!! Love those papers!