Show your love this Valentine’s Day with sweet little treats — bags, boxes, and tags are all on the table this month as we’ve challenged our team to Tic Tac Toe their way to perfect tokens of adoration for friends and loved ones. Integrating our line of tic tac toe themed products is such a fun way to add some interactive interest to your projects — from one to a hundred and one, everyone loves a good game.
What a fun challenge! I made some treat bags with a Tic Tac Toe game card and a box of Tic Tacs as the playing pieces. I stamped the game board from X’s and O’s Stamp Set and added a heart to the center, slipped it and the candy into the bag and stapled it shut at the top.
The topper was created by cutting Sweet Tooth card stock with Stitched Tag-Corner Square STAX Die-namics, covering the front half with Black & White Stripes Patterned Paper, and then a smaller Stitched Tag-Corner Square STAX Die-namics cut from Sweet Tooth card stock on which I stamped part of the sentiment. The rest of the sentiment was heat embossed on Wild Cherry and Razzle Berry card stock cut with Blueprints 27 Die-namics, then popped up on foam tape.
To finish, I added some matching card stock hearts, cut with Tag Builder Blueprints Die-namics.
And there you have it for this month’s Hits & Highlights Challenge! Thanks so much for stopping by! See you soon!
All products from My Favorite Things unless otherwise noted.
Stamps: X’s and O’s
Die-namics: Stitched Tag-Corner Square STAX, Blueprints 27, Tag Builder Blueprints 5
Dye Ink: Black Licorice, Wild Cherry
Specialty Inks: Versamark
Patterned Paper: Black & White Stripes
MFT Card Stock: Sweet Tooth, Wild Cherry, Razzle Berry
Supplies: foam mounting tape, white detail embossing powder, Multi Medium Matte Glue
Tools: Smart Grid Paper Pad, MISTI, Square Bone Folder, Scor-Buddy, QuickStik Pick-up Tool, Precision Tip Glue Applicator Bottle, Embossing Magic, craft tweezers
Other: heat tool, clear treat bags, Tic Tacs
OMG...way too cute. Love it. Jan D., FLReplyDelete
This is SERIOUSLY, SO CUTE!!!! ;)ReplyDelete
Lucky are the children who receive these treats! What a great project, Barbara!ReplyDelete