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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

RRCB124 Tic Tac Toe


Hey everyone!  It's time for another Retro Rubber Challenge...this week it's tic-tac-toe time!  Check out the grid:

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I chose to use the top row of metallics, mode of transport and patterned paper!  Now, the mode of transport is a bit tongue-in-cheek....but I thought a tricycle would be a fun image on a card for a little boy who never grew up!  So here we go:


My tricycle image, along with the sentiments next to it are from an Artistic Outpost set called Playtime (not sure of the date...maybe 2010?), and it was stamped in Night of Navy on some Authentique denim-look paper:


I also used images from Gorgeous Grunge (2013) to give it a bit more "vintage" look, and the sentiment is from Suite Sentiments (2017); I love how it goes along with the playful theme:

 

I added some metal embellishments as well, and then the inside features the old faithful, Guy Greetings (2015):


The sketch I used is the CAS(E) This Sketch, but I am afraid it's a bit too busy to be considered clean and simple, but here it is anyway:


Thanks for popping in today!  Enjoy your day and be blessed!


Project Details—All Products SU! Unless Otherwise Specified
Stamps Playtime (Artistic Outpost), Gorgeous Grunge (ret), Suite Sentiments (ret), Guy Greetings (ret)
Card stock & Papers     Naturals White (ret), Genuine DSP (Authentique)
 Ink Night of Navy, Basic Gray, Balmy Blue
Accessories Metal Brads (ret)
Tools    

4 comments:

I Card Everyone said...

Oh LeAnne, it's perfect! I never had a bicycle, but I had the biggest tricycle you've every seen - a hand me down, of course! My BFF Mimi taught me how to ride her little 'two-wheeler' though!
I love that sentiment at the top - you've kept me young today! xx
=]

Lisa Elton said...

Oh this is cute! Sweet P has moved on to a bicycle with training wheels. I'm going to miss her on her little pink tricycle!

Linda Callahan said...

Retro fabulous! Love this trike!

Claire Grantham said...

Transport is transport right?! LeAnne, love your card, the mix of type on the great background works so well and really does give it a vintage feel. Claire x