It’s a Tic-Tac-Toe challenge at Die Cuttin’ Divas this week. These are always fun – so many options! I obtained tic-tac-toe by using the bottom row — flowers, embossing and ribbon. I took advantage of this challenge to make my Easter cards, thirteen of them to be exact, and used Operation Write Home’s sketch #98.
The patterned papers for the middle and right squares are from Close to My Heart, and the other I don’t know. The embossing folder is Rays from Tim Holtz, run through my Cuttlebug. The gorgeous Easter lily is from the Cricut cartridge, Storybook. The white part of the flower is an extra piece I added because Easter lilies are white. I cut another one of the top layers but smaller so I could have a little bit of a green edge to it. After I took them off the mat, I cut away only the top part of the flower that I wanted. Here are all of them together:What tic-tac-toe route will you choose? Go on over to Die Cuttin’ Divas to check out what the other design team members chose! 🙂