Sunday, October 30, 2016

Paper Players 319 Tic Tac Toe


Happy Sunday, peeps!  It's my turn to host the Paper Players and this week, it's a Tic-Tac-Toe!  Wheee!  So many options!  Here's the grid:


For my card, I chose the left column:  red, Santa, and diecut, but it also fulfills the top row across, which is red, glitter and snowflakes!  I chose to make a little scene:


I used the Hearth & Home die along with Lawn Fawn's Stitched Hillsides to create my scene.  My sentiment is from Cosmo Cricket; I sponged the "siding" on the Crumb Cake card, added a red window frame, complete with a gingham curtain, snow in the corners and heaps on snow at the top and bottom:


And ho, ho, ho, who is that we see inside?


Jolly Saint Nick himself (Katy Sue's Silhouette Santas), placing a gift under a Lovely as a Tree Christmas tree!  They're stamped on Always Artichoke, which for some reason, is difficult for me to photograph!  The sentiment is from Amy R Stamps' Handy Christmas Greetings.  I added a few stamped snowflakes on the outside; the "snow" glitter is from Martha Stewart!

Now, I hope you'll find some inspiration in my tac-tac-toe board and play along with us!  Check out the amazing samples from the DT:

 Cassidy got another Halloween card in the mail; this one was from my very first Stampin' Up! customer, Maryanne!  She loves funny cards, especially interactive ones, and this one did not disappoint!  It featured a little scene with three spooky characters that move along the bottom of the card when you pull the ribbon:


She loved the vampire-looking dude the best!


And check out the cool stuff she put on the spiderweb inside!  Neat!


Hope you have a wonderful day full of blessings!



11 comments:

  1. Oh my goodness I just love this LeAnne! I almost missed the Santa at first glance, because I was too busy ooh-ing and aah-ing over that red window and gingham curtain amidst the snow drifts, then I saw him - how fabulous! I love your sponged clapper board house too, so effective! I had so much fun with your board this week - and adore your fab Christmas card! Way to rock your challenge, my friend!

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  2. This card is just AWESOME! I can't wait to play along...so many ideas floating through my head. Have a blessed week.

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  3. Yes, I'm back!!! What a DARLING little scene you've created, LeAnne! I don't know how you keep it all together so well ... busy hands, right? One only has to look at that darling face to know how much Cassidy loves her card!
    =]

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  4. You are so clever...I love how you did the sponged siding. What a fun Christmas scene!Awesome challenge this week LeAnne!

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  5. This is such a clever and fun design LeAnne!! I love how you did the siding on your house and what a fun idea to put Santa through the window!! LOVE IT!! :)

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  6. This is fantastic, LeAnne! The sponged siding is brilliant and looks so realistic. Love the stitched hillsides too. Great TTT board!

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  7. Love this!! Seeing santa at work and the little mound of snow in the window box is wonderful. What a delightful card. And what a fun card for sweet Cassidy!!

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  8. Wow, you've been such a busy stamper, LeAnne! I can't keep up with all your posts! Love your Santa in the window, especially the snow collected in the corners. You already know I loved this tic tac toe board, too!

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  9. Oh my, that Santa in the window is FANTASTIC!!!!!! I love the siding on your house, too! This card makes me smile! Such a fun challenge! I love Tic Tac Toe boards! Thanks, My Friend! XX

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  10. LeAnne - putting Santa in the window is genius! I love the little touches of snow, especially with the gingham blind! Fabulous - and such a great tic-tac-toe challenge. I love the card that Cassidy received for Halloween, too. Thank you for sharing
    Hugs
    jaydee

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  11. Wow, LeAnn, this is one truly awesome and creative card. From the sponged "siding" to the window dressing. And the inside, again WOW! You just rock!

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