Welcome to the May Scrappy Friends Tic Tac Toe challenge.
I hope you will be challenged to use up your stash using this month's Tic Tac Toe board and be inspired to do Rochelle's Sketch challenge too! Her sketches are awesome!
Okay here's how it works if you are a newbie. If you complete my
Tic Tac Toe Challenge, link your layout below. If you combined my challenge along with Rochelle Spear's Sketch challenge, link your layout below AND link it to her blog as well. You will have a chance to win a prize from me, a prize from Rochelle's blog AND the Bonus prize below!
That's 3 ways to win with one layout! :)
Now it's time for the
May 2022 Tic Tac Toe Challenge:
For this challenge you need to be inspired by this Tic Tac Toe board and use 3 items in a row (vertical, diagonal or horizontal).
Rules (to be entered into the drawing):
• Create a new layout (one entry only)
• You must be a FOLLOWER of my blog
• Traditional layouts only (no digital please)
• You must link your entry below with Mr. Linky
by May 31st 11:59 pm (PST)
• Please add a link back to this challenge post when posting your layout on blog/galleries etc.
I used the 2nd vertical row: mixed media, twine and a banner.. I also participated in Rochelle's Sketch challenge.
Here's the RAK I'm giving
Flora #5 by Carta Bella - 12 double sided textured papers (1) 12 x12 designer sticker sheet.
If you would like to be in the running to win the Bonus Prize you should go over and combine my challenge with Rochelle's Sketch challenge:
For this challenge, you will need to create a new layout inspired by the sketch at Rochelle's blog.
Combine the May Tic Tac Toe Inspiration challenge along with
Rochelle Spears May Sketch challenge
for a chance to win the Bonus Prize!
Now it's your turn! Make sure you upload your layout below!
winner of the
April Tic Tac Toe Challenge!
Please email Stacy at email@example.com with your address.
You are the winner of April Scrappy Friends Bonus challenge!
Please email us at SCRAPROOMKITCLUB@GMAIL.COM to claim your prize
Love Tic Tac Toe boards as it puts your thinking cap onReplyDelete
I used the middle row across from the tic-tac-toe board. Thanks for a great challenge.ReplyDelete
Always love your tic-tac-toe boards, I used the middle row across.ReplyDelete