Tic-Tac-Toe

Tic-Tac-Toe… Three birds in a row,  Not a tick-tock clock,  Or chatter cross-talk,  Just a game you know,   Tic-Tac-Toe!

According to Wikipedia, Tic-Tac-Toe is a game of three-in-a row so I created 3 birds in a row for Weird Bird Wednesday.  It is also a British game known as Knoughts and Crosses, so I used the words, “not” and “cross” in the above verse.

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Here are the materials I used for today’s birds, can you find these materials in my imaginary birds?

 

Answers:

Gelli-printed paper (green) for the tree branch and gelli-printed maps in the bird’s beaks and Toe’s hat.  I used the old sewing book for the bird’s bodies.  And the children’s dictionary for the bird’s wings and tail.

Symbolism of the verse:

The wings on the first bird, Tic are from a clock illustration in the dictionary.  It uses the symbolism of “O” for the game.  The bird in the middle, Tac uses “X” for its symbol and I used a dictionary word, talk-a-tive, upside down on top of the bird’s beak for the word cross-talk which is British for chattiness.  The dictionary checkerboard on its tail represents the symbolism of a game similar to this one.  The “X” is a rubber stamp.  For the last bird, Toe, I used an illustration from the dictionary of a tablecloth to represent the grid pattern used in the game, tic-tac-toe.

I hope you enjoyed playing along today!

Happy Creating!  🙂

46 responses to “Tic-Tac-Toe

  1. that, is just so cute Jill! quite creative ! cheers, Debi

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  2. So clever! So creative! So adorable! So jilly! Love it!!!

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  3. I love these birds – they made me smile 😀

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  4. Hee hee! This made me smile today, Jill! I enjoyed playing along with you! Your birds are absolutely amazing!

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  5. I love your imaginary birds! Thanks for the smile. (K)

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  6. Cute little creations…with so much thought in the process. I’m smiling at these cheery little fellow. Great job!

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  7. Oh so adorable Jill, I want to take them all home.

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  8. They are adorable, Jill! Your imaginary birds are so cool, you give them such personality! And woot, perfect for Draw A Bird Day too!

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  9. Hi Jill, Thank you for sharing your process. These crazy birds brought a big smile this morning. I love your experimentation with all the mediums.

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  10. A winning team, combo – adorable! And one players checkers too

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  11. They are so cool, I’m still smiliing

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  12. Tic, Tac and Toe are very charming! Love your creativity Jill. 🙂

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  13. There is so much meaning behind your whimsy, Jill! Your birds are adorable and made me smile! ❤

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  14. YAY! 😄😍😃 Happy I could give you a smile, Teresa! 😊

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  15. This is just so super creative and cool Jill!! Love these birds!! Fabulously done! 😍🎨

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  16. Their simply marvelous! Tac is my favorite! Cheerio!

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  17. Charming verse and birds, Jill! Thanks for delighting me with your creativity and sense of humour. Your middle bird is my favouritest. The tilt of his beak and his eyes made my face light up with a smile. 🙂

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  18. So cute!!! 😍 What a wonderful idea, full of creativity! Love it, Jill!!! 💕

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  19. Your creativity is wonderful! These three are adorable!

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  21. Awww this is soo cute Jill very creative! 😉 ❤

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  22. So very unique and made me smile Jill.

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