Challenge Fifteen

Hello! Welcome back to the Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge blog! We are excited you are here and hope that you are inspired! For this challenge, please use the challenge board below using three elements in a row of your choice. You can create in any way you like as long as we can see the elements in your design.

You are playing for one of the following 3"x 4" stamp sets. The winner will get to choose the stamp set of their choice. If you already have all three in your stash, why not play to give one of these sets as a gift for one of your crafty friend? You can click on the links below to read more about each stamp set.

And now for some amazing inspiration from our design team members.

Nora was inspired by the middle row across: word dies, sparkle and color blocking.

Amina went diagonal from top left to bottom right: burlap, sparkle and birds of feather.

Rachel used the middle row: word dies, sparkle, and color blocking.

Varada was inspired by the first row down: burlap, word-dies, and bokeh effect.

Channin had fun with the middle row across: word dies, sparkle, and color blocking.

Judy worked with the third row across: bokeh effect, staple, and birds of a feather.

Thank you for joining us in our 15th challenge. Please read the "Challenge Rules" tab at the top of the blog to be eligible for the prize. You have until Monday, August 15 at 11:55pm CST to submit your entries. We can not wait to see what you create! HAVE FUN!


  1. Hi! Can someone tell me what "color blocking" means? Actually, I can see #3 I CARD EVERYONE probably used it, but I am not sure how she achieved the effect. Thanks in advance for anyone's response! I can't wait to try color blocking.

    1. Hi Jeanne. it's however you interpret it. You can create blocks of different colors using papers, ink blending or use an acrylic block & stamp it to create a block of background. I hope this helps. Thanks for playing with us!


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