Card Tag... You’re It!

Over at StampNation, I’ve been hosting a couple of games of Card Tag for the last month or so.  We’ve had two competitions so far with very cool results!

“How do you play Card Tag?” do you ask?  We’ll it’s actually quite simple!  First I find a card to use as starting inspiration from the StampNation gallery.  That link gets sent to the first person on a team and that person then takes that card and CASEs it.  CASE stands for “Copy And Share Everything”!  So that person maybe inspired by the card’s design, the colour scheme, some specific embellishment used… whatever their little heart desires.  Once that person is done, they send an image of their card to me.  I then send their card for the next person on their team to CASE again.  Each person’s CASE gets sent to the next person until the team has each done a CASE.  We tend to play 2 teams at a time to see how fast people can create.  Typically 48 hours is given to the person to CASE a card so people aren’t wait too long for the person ahead of them!
Sounds fun right?  YUP!  We’ll the Dream Team surprised the members at StampNation today by revealing their own game of Card Tag!  We had a total of 5 Dream Team members participate and Catherine Pooler was the last to play.  Catherine shared the entire game reveal for all to see and it was a great game.

 Here’s a little sneak of all the cards that were used for the game…

Which card do you think we started with?  Which card to do you think we ended with?  LOL!

Well here is my card…

I chose to use the cute little fairy from the SugarPea Designs stamp set “Fairy Sweet” and colour her up with Copics.

If you haven’t checked out StampNation, maybe you should!  Start out with a one-month subscription and go from there!  You sure won’t be disappointed!

See you soon!

~  Ally ~

stamps: SugarPea Designs (Fairy Sweet)
cardstock:  X-Press It Cardstock, Stampin' Up!
patterned paper:  Doodlebug Designs (Frosty Friends)
die cut shapes: Simon Says Stamp! (Stitched Rectangles), Spellbinders (A2 Curved Borders 1), Avery Elle (Dotted Die)
ink: Memento (Tuxedo Black), Sakura Glitter Pen, Copic Markers
gems:  Kaisercraft

twine:  Bead Landing.

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