Time for another great challenge from Watercooler Wednesday!
This time Heidi is the host. She choose a really cool idea. The Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge. See all your combinations here? Some really great ones you can go with.
Initially, I was going to go with a graduation theme. However, I changed my mind at the last-minute and went with this –
Ok, right off the bad, you see, masculine, right?
And, when opened –
Confirmation on the Father’s Day and a gift card holder! (Sorry about the lame gift card I used here – only one I could find – you get the idea!)
So. The third item in this Tic-Tac-Toe challenge would be ‘Die Cut or Punch’. Well, hard to see, but I went with Punch.
I punched the shoulders using the Corner Rounder Punch to soften them. And, the buttons on the polo are from the Owl Builder, the eyes parts I guess. Either way, those qualify, right?
Here is a shot of the back of the card too. Because it looks as cool as the front.
Now, I did follow this tutorial to make the shirt. This retired Envelope Paper was perfect to create this shirt because it’s so light weight and foldable without tearing. Let alone, the pattern – so manly!
So, this Tic-Tac-Toe challenge – pretty cool, right? After leaving me something to read – happy comments – head over to the Watercooler Wednesday to see what the other fabulous design team members combined and created!
Supplies used –
- Stamps – Many Manly Occasions Paper Pumpkin, May 2016
- DSP – 2015-2017 In-Color Envelope Liner Paper R
- Punches – Corner Rounder, Owl Builder Punch
- Card Stock – Whisper White, Tip Top Taupe
- Ink – Early Espresso
- Other – Basic Rhinestone Jewels