It is Saturday and it is another sensational one at Sugar Creek Hollow. This week we want you to create your vintage, shabby chic or primitive inspired card or paper crafted project and play TIC TAC TOE.
Using the game board shown below, choose any row horizontally, vertically or diagonally and add the three items in that row to your project. Just remember that all three items you use must come from the same row and all must be on your project.
We have another wonderful sponsor this week. A Day for Daisies will be providing our random winner with a $12 gift card to their store, which is filled with beautiful digital stamps.
The random winner will also receive a Sugar Creek Hollow badge to display on her blog. The Design Team will choose a Card of the Week and the creator will not only receive a Sugar Creek Hollow badge but will also be in the running for a Guest Designer spot.
For my card this week, I went straight across the top row using lace/buttons/die cut and the image "Baby Carriage" that you can find here in the store. I used K&Co Ancestry.com design paper which I layered over my card front and then die cut the alternate side with Spellbinders Labels 18, using the labels again to cut out my image. The middle layer is a label that comes from a digital collage sheet that I purchased from Plumrose Lane. I sponged my layers and colored the image with Tim Holtz distress inks. Don't you just adore this beautiful lace from McMahon Five? After layering the lace on a strip of the tan leather card stock from Gina K Designs I added some of Gina's buttons and a safety pin from Stampin' up's vintage trinkets.
As always, the Design Team has created some inspiration for you and this time we have all used a wonderful image from A Day for Daisies. If you would like more details on each of the cards, stop by Sugar Creek Hollow and just click on the designer's name and you will be taken right to their blog.
Hope your weekend is fabulous and you will take the time to join us in this week's challenge. I am going to enter my card in the challenge at A Day for Daises where the challenge is pastel, but no pink. Come by and join in that one also. Happy Day!