Thursday, April 21, 2016

Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge #8

"When in doubt, get dies out" is my motto!  Since my mojo has been truly missing this week, I thought those were words to craft by today!

 
For Challenge #8, I've taken inspiration from the diagonal line that includes: 
  • 3 of a kind, Color, and Food/drink
So my card includes:
  • three die cut words
  • color - only a chef would paint with frosting, right?
  • and those darling frosting/pastry bag dies [a kindness from Jeanne J. xx]

Thanks for stopping by today ... you all help pick me up when I'm a bit down!  xx
 
=]  Michele
 
             

20 comments:

Jen W. said...

This is so fun! Love those little pastry bag dies!

I'm sorry you're feeling down. Sending you big huge hugs! Tex sends a little lick and Ella sends a headbutt and some purrs. :)

LauraJane:) said...

It must be difficult to come down from the Exciting visits with that new Grand Baby. I can only imagine the after party blues you must be feeling.
Your card is fun with those sweet piping bags. Here's three virtual hugs to go with those(((:hellos:)))

Patti said...

Oh this is sweet!! Please share who the maker of the ADORABLE! frosting bag is?? You are so clever to use them this way!!!

Sorry you are down but it sure has not effected your Mojo!!

(((Hugs)))
Patti

Kara Lynne said...

What a great idea to have the bags piping out the word! Very creative, you have more mojo around than you think, I think! Sorry you're feeling a bit low.

Barb Ghig said...

I'm so sorry to hear that your mojo is low...we would never guess based on the awesome cards you've been posting, that's for sure! I LOVE this fabulous card, Michele! The pastry bags are such a clever idea, and your patriotic color palette is amazing!

Lisa said...

What a great way to use the piping bags!! This is fantastic Michele! Sorry you're in a crafting funk. Your mojo will come back when you least expect it!

lostinpaper said...

You are so clever Michele, this is a wonderful design!

Sharron said...

What a fabulous design! Those pastry bags are adorable and you found a wonderful way to use them!

Judy Woodland said...

What a darling card!! I have not seen that die, and it's super cute. LOVE the colors against the white! Really, really clean and simple, but oh so classy.

~amy~ said...

So fun + clever!

Tracey McNeely said...

Ha ha fun, love the pastry bag idea!!

Cat Craig said...

Fabulous. those little pastry bags...to adorable. Wonderful design Michele, as usual quite smart.

Anita in France said...

Clever, crisp, creative and completely brilliant, Michele ... very stylish! Big hugs across the miles, mon amie, Anita :)

TK said...

This is adorable, Michele! I love that you used colored frosting!!! Sorry to hear that you're down!

Miriam Prantner said...

Love this! What a fun card with those icing bags and patriotic to boot!

Sazzle Dazzle said...

Fantastic! So wish I could pipe icing like that!!!!
What a perfect idea, and such cool use of your dies. xx

Shannon McComb said...

Oh how creative!! Just darling!!! LOVE how you did the 3 of the kind!!
Thank you so very much for joining us at Stamping Smile Designs Tic-Tac-Toe challenge!

Brenda said...

Playing catch up here Michele! OMGosh, I totally love your card! The hello sentiments are perfect, but it is those pastry bags that has stolen my heart! What a sweet card, and yes pun intended. lol I truly do love this card. Hugs, Brenda

cm said...

How cute are those little icing bags...and the hellos they've created? You realize I now have a craving for cake, although I heard, on the news, that today's National Blueberry Pie Day. Pie and icing? Why not! Actually, my grandma used to make a most decadent desert: pie tart crust, filled with a dollop of jam, cupcake batter and, after baked, iced. Tart cupcakes...or cupcake tarts. Either way: Yummo! Fantastic card and Happy BB Pie Day, my friend!
hugs~c

Lindsey said...

Hee...I love this! Your mojo surely didn't go missing for long! Could you please send some to me...I'm in dire need of it. ;)