Tic-Tac-Toe over at Cuttlebug Mania

Cuttlebug Mania: Tic-Tac-Toe
Craft Stamper: any thing goes

What I was trying to accomplish was a homegrown peeled paint. I first cut out a stencil of what was to be peeled paint but it sponged like stacked rocks. This background is a printed image of what was labeled peeled paint but it still looks like stacked rocks to me. Stamped the wreath in two leaves in two greens, added green sponging then added the stamped sentiment and butterfly in black. Colored the butterfly with Copics. Made the heart tag in black with a heat embossed white heart. Added twine, glued in several place to give it motion on the top layer that has a die cut shape and more twig stamping with green sponging. All is mounted on white cs base.

This is for the Sentiment+More than two layers+ Embossing line of Tic-Tac-Toe at Cuttlebug Mania.

7 thoughts on “Tic-Tac-Toe over at Cuttlebug Mania”

  1. I like the background, and the colors go nicely on it, and the butterfly sets it all off with the spot of color. The frame around your background, is it an embossed frame around it? I like how you show cased your piece. Great Job Bonnie as always.

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  2. Not sure what frame you are asking about. The wreath frame is stamped. The front label shaped frame is a die cut of the top layer of layering weight white cs that has been stamped on and sponged on the top and bottom edges.


  3. OMGosh Bonnie, this is so unique and absolutely beautiful. I love everything about it especially the “motion” of the twine. To me it looks like stone not peeled paint.

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  4. Bonnie, what a great card. The stencil actually does look like old weathered paint that is cracked all over and peeling up. I totally get where it looks like stacked stones, too. Too funny. The whole card is beautiful.

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  5. Looks more like stone to me too but nonetheless it is a wonderful use of the stencil and what you did with it is super.


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