Demonstrator Tic Tac Toe Challenge

In late August, I e-mailed our local demonstrators a “challenge” to complete before the next meeting. The idea was to create a card for the challenge, then bring it to the meeting in a plain envelope. Then we’d try to guess who made each card.

Well, I forgot the “anonymous card” part, and posted mine early. oops! You can see my original and the “tic tac toe” board we used for the challenge here. I made another card, but I also used it in another challenge for later in October, so you’ll have to wait to see it.

In the meantime, I’ll post the cards from the other demonstrators. I know I should add them all one post, but I’m away at a conference again. This time, I can’t hang out in the room and stamp all day, so each card will be a separate post.

First up – Christy’s card.

Bokeh, Stampin' Up!, Endless Thanks

I love, love LOVE this card! Anything blue thrills me. And she did a beautiful job with the bokeh technique, don’t you think? It almost looks like this is translucent; there’s so much depth with the different blues. And don’t you love how she used stars as well as circles in the background? GORGEOUS!

The punched star panel works so well for a thank you card, and, of course, it’s echoed in the bokeh stars.  And the rhinestones are the perfect accent.

We each go to keep the card we picked. I picked my own card – so one of the others (either Carol or Christy) traded with me so I got Liz’s card. You’re going to love it! I’ll post it tomorrow.

Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a wonderful day!

About buffycooper

Among other things, I am a musician who enjoys papercrafting (specifically with rubber stamps), a Stampin' Up!® demonstrator, Christian, wife and mom to two great boys.
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