It’s time for another Tic Tac Toe Challenge! How would YOU like to be a guest designer? Simply play along and each week someone will be chosen to be a future guest designer. Here’s this week’s challenge board…
The “No Sentiment” box popped out at me. I rarely make a card without a sentiment on the front so I thought I would challenge myself to use that element this week. I created a gift set of 3 x 3 cards.
I love to color (which may be one reason why I teach Pre K)! I have shared many different coloring techniques on my blog (using aqua painters, blender pens, sponge daubers, etc.) For this project I used my Stampin’ Blends and the Petal Passion Designer Series Paper.
The black and white designs are great on their own but I really like how you can customize the designs. The flowers are so vibrant using the Stampin’ Blends and trust me, it is so easy to do…the markers do the work for you!
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Click HERE to view the Stampin’ Blends brochure to see all the colors available as well as the Color Me Happy Kit and Stamp Set. Here’s a close up of each of the cards I colored.
I am thrilled the pizza boxes from the Holiday Catalog made it on Carryover List. They are perfect for 3 x 3 cards and envelopes or food items.
The DSP is 3 x 3 layered on a 3 1/4 Black square. I covered the top of the box with a 3 1/2 square of Rich Razzleberry and covered the sides with 1 x 3 1/2 strips in the same color. I added the gorgeous Whisper White Metallic Edge Ribbon as the finishing touch! You could easily give the set of cards in black & white and let the recipient color them or enjoy some “coloring therapy” and give the set complete as I have done. Either way I think it makes a nice little gift. I love having note cards on hand for any occasion and these fit the bill. Stamp a sentiment inside or write a personalized note.
Here’s a tip for when you color with the Stampin’ Blends…put a piece of scrap paper under the image you are coloring becasue the color will bleed through. You will want to adhere your colored piece to another layer. I cut my DSP in to 3 x 3 sqaures for this project. I colored then adhered them on to 3 x 6 Thick Whisper White Cardstock (scored at 3″). I hope this project inspires you to find time to create some handmade kindness!
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Come play along with this week’s Tic Tac Toe Challenge. Click HERE to see what the other design team members created!
Have a great day!
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26 thoughts on “Coloring with Stampin’ Blends for Tic Tac Toe Challenge #30”
Jeanie, these are beautiful! I love the rich, darker, colors.
These are beautiful.. colors are rich and regal…
I Love it ! Beautiful !!
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What beautiful cards! I love their vibrancy! TFS.
Yep, beautiful about sums it up! I love the bright colors as well as the colors you chose. Just a wonderful little box of love! I really had not seen the paper to see how much fun it could be to color until I received my shares yesterday from Susan. Now, I can see how much fun you had in creating this little gift!