Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Retro Rubber Challenge #135 Tic Tac Toe...


Welcome to another fun Retro Rubber challenge.

We have another wonderful Tic Tac Toe board for you -

I love tic-tac-toe boards, so much possibility.

I chose the top row - Watercolour/Circles/Die-cut or Punch.

I stamped my little succulent first (by AALL & Create and only 6months old) and watercoloured it. then added dots around it from the awesome Bokeh Dots set by Julie Ebersole for Ellen Hutson (I've had this since 2018). I die-cut this panel using a stitched circle and found a nice big scrap of spotty paper so I could add another circle.
The scripty thanks die by Lawn Fawn is probably the most overused thing in my craft room, I've had it since 2014 and it gets used at least once a week! I love making thank you cards.

I thought it would be fun to mix my circles with a scalloped square card blank and I like how it turned out.

Which row will you choose? Pop over to Retro Rubber and get inspired by the things the DT have made.

Challenge ends May 29th.

Don't forget to tell us the age of your stamp, that is part of the fun of our challenge and please only enter 10 challenges including Retro Rubber.



  1. Claire, I love the Bokeh Dots background for your adorable little tea cup, a fabulous way to interpret the first row of the Tic, Tac, Toe board, the font of the word "thanks" is really pretty.
    Sweet card.

  2. Cute and sweet. Lovely card, Claire.

  3. Hi Claire, it has been a while since I have stopped by, so sorry I am not such a good teammate. I love your coffee card, if you know me, I love a coffee card. Your card is clean and simple and the sentiment really stands out.


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