Happy Thursday! You know what that means… it’s time for another Tic Tac Toe Challenge! I love these challenges as they get me creating with different elements I might not have used otherwise. Today’s project is a great one! And it’s super simple and quick to create!
Here’s the Tic Tac Toe Challenge board that provided my inspiration.
I chose the diagonal: CAS (Clean And Simple), Pink, Embossing for my project today.
I love to make these covered notepads to give as gifts. They are great for a hostess, friend, …really just about anyone! I always bring one to my sister and my daughter when I visit. We love to play card games and are always looking for paper to keep score. Personally, I am lost without my daily “To Do” list! I love that with just some simple decorating I have a pretty notepad on my desk!
I used the gorgeous Favored Flowers Designer Series Paper. There’s only 12 days left to grab this paper for FREE!!! During Sale-A-Bration you can choose a free gift for every $50 you spend. I love this patterned paper!
The Fragrant Flowers Bundle in the Mini Catalog coordinates with this paper. I used the dies from the bundle to cut the flower from the DSP.
The Pretty Flowers embossing folder compliments the floral patterns nicely.
Here are some more 5 x 8 covered notepads I made with different patterns.
For these I used the Go To Greetings Stamp Set. “Just A Note” was perfect for these notepads. I love the different fonts and having different sizes for the each of the sentiments. This really is a “Go To” stamp set!
I used each of the different sizes on my notepads. I did a little fussy cutting one one, added a banner on another, and stamped on DSP. Here’s a look at each.
Here are the details:
- Cardstock 1: 10 3/8 x 8 (cover) scored at 5 1/16 and 5 5/16, 4 1/4 x 1 1/4
- Cardstock 2: 4 1/4 x 7 1/4, 4 1/4 x 1 (embossed or use DSP)
- Designer Series Paper (Favored Flowers): 4 x 7, die cut flower
I also covered the inside of the notepad. I used cardstock with a DSP strip for one and just DSP for another.
- Cardstock 2 or DSP (for notepad binding): 2 x 5 scored at 1 and 1 1/4
- Designer Series Paper (Favored Flowers): 3/4 x 5 (layered strip)
Adhere the cover on the notepad binding before adhering the notepad on the inside. You need to use a strong adhesive to adhere the notepad. I prefer the Multipurpose Liquid Glue for this. *Note-These notepads fit in the Stampin’ Up! 6 x 8 Cellophane Bags which are perfect for gifting!
Which notepad is your favorite? I’d love to hear from you! Leave a comment below.
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I hope you enjoyed today’s project for the Tic Tac Toe challenge and that you’ll check out all the fabulous creations from this week’s design team. We would love to have you join us! The challenge boards are always full of fun elements that will surely spark your creativity. Pick 3 and play along!
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6 thoughts on “Favored Flowers Gift for the Tic Tac Toe Challenge – TTTC197”
Great ideas. Love them all but especially purple. Will do!!
I could never pick a favorite as they are all fabulous! I’ve never made these but I’m definitely going to now. Thanks for sharing all the details.
I’ll be bringing you one next week when we get together. LOL. Let me know which one you want. 🙂
Man, I wish I lived closer! We are digging out from the snow yesterday. I love the flowers on the Fresh Freesia one but the background of the Evening Evergreen is my color. But, the middle one is just as pretty. Love these. I have not made one for a long time.
I think I like the last one in Evening Evergreen
These covered notepads are just gorgeous! So very striking!