Two Week Tic Tac Toe Challenge

It’s Wednesday, so you know what that means! This time, the Paper Craft Crew has a two week Tic Tac Toe Challenge for you! That’s right – summer has begun, so we know you may be a bit busy. So, you have two weeks to get your creative hat on, and join the challenge.


For this challenge, just choose 1 line from the board. It can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal. Include the 3 items in the row to your project, and link it up!

Two Week Tic Tac Toe Challenge

You get to choose everything else – the colours, stamps, dies and layout!


I was having a hard time choosing which line I was going to work with. Finally, I settled on using my Concord & 9TH Faceted Turnabout Stencil, that creates a flower. Bingo – I used the middle vertical line – die cut element, favourite colour and floral.

Two Week Tic Tac Toe Challenge

One of my favourite colours is purple, and the die cut is the MFT Sweet Hello die set.


When using the Turnabout Stencils, you need to set up your cardstock and stencil in a stamping platform, like the MISTI. This way, you always keep one side at a 90 degree angle against one side of the platform. You keep your cardstock in one position, and turn the stencil only one half turn, after stenciling each colour.

Since you’ll be making 4 turns with the stencil, choose 4 colours that will work together. I chose the Hero Arts Fuchsia Layering ink cubes – they’re 4 inks already coordinated! The colours are gorgeous; Passion Flower, Grape Juice, Ultra Pink and Moss. While they were specifically put together to be used with the Layering Fuchsia stamp set (I have this one – you can see it HERE), you of course can use the inks for any other project.

Remember – clean off your stencil between colours, so as not to smear them together. Also, clean your stencil before putting it away! The easily rinse off under water, or use the same cleaner that you use for your stamps.


Use both pieces of the MFT (My Favorite Things) Sweet Hello Dies. Cut the detail word from gold foil cardstock, and the outline image from vellum cardstock. Layer the two together with the Quickie Glue Stick, and then attach the layers to the stenciled panel. Just underneath the die cut, stamp the rest of the sentiment from the MFT Well, Hello stamp set (it coordinates with the dies) in Versafine Clair Nocturne ink. Cover it with clear embossing powder, and set with a heat tool.


Create a card base from light gray cardstock. Next, cut a panel of dark purple cardstock to 3 3/4″ x 5 1/2″. Glue it to the middle of the card base. Now, attach the stenciled panel on top, using foam tape or squares.

Two Week Tic Tac Toe Challenge

I don’t know about you, but if I found a flower like this in my garden, I’d be calling Guinness Book of Records!


I do hope you’ll take advantage of the extra week, and find time to join our two week tic tac toe challenge. I’m really looking forward to seeing what you create! For more ideas and inspiration, check out what the rest of the Design Team have created, on the Paper Craft Crew challenge blog. You’ll also find the link there, to add your card.

If you need some supplies to get you going, I’ve included links below for online shopping!

Two Week Tic Tac Toe Challenge

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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

5 thoughts on “Two Week Tic Tac Toe Challenge

    1. You’ll love my card for an upcoming blog hop, Susan. It’s all about the Turnabout stamp sets! 🙂 Glad you like this one!

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