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AAA Birthday Game #16 Entry: Wonton in a Million

This week's card idea comes courtesy of AAA Birthday who specializes in Birthday Card Challenges. This week's challenge is a game challenge (my favorite kind of challenges). This is what the tic tac toe board looks like this week:

I just recently purchased a plethora of washi tape and stamps from Wonton in a Million. I went for the center vertical row: embossing, washi and window.  

Here's my end result:

I used the washi tape at a slant. The heart emboss folder came from Park Lane. I used 3D adhesive dots to make sure the heart window showed proper dimension.

And because I had my washi tape out, I decided to make a few more cards. Here were some of the other results. Here was another window and embossed card. 

And here's a window card sans embossing.

Finally, I just used the washi tape and stamps to make a fourth card.

I absolutely love this washi tape, and currently, you might find some of this washi tape at Michaels on clearance!

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  1. What a cutie patootie card. Love those wonton Washi. Glad you joined us for this months theme at AAA Birthday.

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  2. Wow! You're really on a roll with that washi - ha! Sorry couldn't resist that. Love all of your cards and I'm so pleased you enjoyed our tic tac toe board. Thanks for playing at AAA Birthday, hope to see you join in with future challenges too. Stay safe and keep crafting!

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  3. Wow! Awesome take of the row! Love your adorable cards with washi. Thanks for playing along with us at AAA Birthday Challenge. Looking forward to seeing your creative projects in the future galleries again.

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