Well I always love to do pretty things! I love making things look the best that I possibly can. This Little Tic Tac Toe travel pack is no exception. The holder is made with a simple box envelope pattern which I designed, and the Tic Tack Toe board is simply a flat piece with stamped game images. The really great thing is that it is all magnetic, so no lost pieces if you are playing in the car! Some of the fun elements of this project are the cloud background by Hero Arts. It adds instant coolness to any project. The boy is colored with ProMarkers which are similar to Copic markers. The grass and swirls are made with my Silhouette machine, and are a simple downloadable file. My game pieces were also colored with ProMarker, and the images are by Magnolia. The little boy is a Hanglar and Stanglar stamp image. This one is not available at the moment, but other stamps of theirs are available for international sale over HERE.
I will be filming this project idea in the library this coming week, and you can expect to see it soon, though with a different decor!
- Paper: Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, Whisper White, Real Red, Soft Sky (retired) CS (Stampin’Up!), White CS (All That Scraps), DP (imaginisce)
- Ink: Tea Dye, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain, Shabby Shutter, Tumbled Glass, Pine Needles Distress ink ( Ranger inc), Tempting Turquoise Classic ink (Stapin’ Up!)
- Stamps: Cloud BG (Hero Arts), Boy on box ( Hanglar and Stanglar), Cherry and Flower (Magnolia)
- Die Cuts/Punches: Scallop lace (Martha Stewart), Grass, Swirl, (Silhouette of America), 1″ circle punch, 1 1/4″ circle punch (Stampin’ Up!)
- Accessories: White gel pen, Sticky Strip, Stampin Dimensionals, Adhesive backed magnet, Multi-purpose glue, scissors, tweezers, Sponges, Sponge Daubers, flower (K & Company)