Color Dare #383 ~ Tic-Tac-Toe

This week we have another Fun Color Dare Challenge for you.  This week for Color Dare #383 we have our popular Tic-Tac-Toe board this time it is a mix of soft pastel like colors.  For this challenge you can use any diagonal, row or column, you can add in any of the other colors shown.  Blacks & Whites are FREE and so are all neutrals.

I decided to go with the first column ~ Smoothie, Carolina, and Glacier. I also decided to play with a stamp set that I recently purchased. Gnomes seem to be everywhere these days, or maybe it is just me. I think they are super cute! This stamp set is from Honey Bee Stamps called Gnome Place Like Home and is really more of a holiday stamp set with its elements and sentiments.

I decided to make it more of an any time by my choice of colors. I used the Glacier polka-dot paper from the Celebrate Today Paper Pack. I then pulled a smoothie patten paper from my retired stash for the strip across the top. I used a bit of White Glitter paper and made a ribbon with and topped with a White Dot. The flowers were cut on my Cricut and are from the Artiste collection. The card is based on pattern 6 from the Make it from Your Heart Volume 4.

Now it is your turn to create! Just create a project (card, layout or other craft project) using this weeks colors.  Then link them to the Color My Heart Blog ~  Color Dare #383  or you can post them to the COLOR MY HEART FaceBook page.  For this Color Dare Challenge, you have until Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time to submit your project.   We love to see your inspirations.

Happy Crafting!

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  1. I love gnomes and yours is so very cute! Great choice of colors and the way you did the banner.

  2. Can’t beat a good gnome. Wonderful card!

  3. That gnome is so cute – and this card is organized just right. Awesome!

  4. What a cute and happy gnome! Perfect background paper to achieve the pretty color combination. (Never liked gnomes in the yard but I love the gnome trend in card making.)

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