Wednesday, February 3, 2016

CCEE1605 - Winter Fun

Hello, CCEE Stamper fans. February is my month to serve as hostess for the CCEE challenges. I know that many of us are having icy or snowy weather (or are dreaming that we do) now that February has arrived. My challenge for you is to create a project which features some activity unique to the cold months of winter.

We hope you will join us in this challenge and link your creation to the CCEE blog post for today. Should you post your design to another online gallery, please use keyword CCEE1605.




Stamps: Multi Step Rolling Hills and Multi Step Snowy Cabin
by Kitchen Sink Stamps
Papers: Recollections White, PTI Spring Rain
Inks: PTI Spring Rain, Versafine Onyx Black
Tools: Spellbinders' Oval Dies, Cuttlebug Snowflake Embossing Folder
Embellishments: Dress It Up Snowflakes and Gemstones Pearls

Wonder what winter fun has been cooked up by the CCEE Designers? Check it out!

17 comments:

  1. What a pretty scene you've created, Lynn! Love it!

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  2. I love your Winter scene, Lynn! I went tobogganing only once. It was enough. I sat in the front with my legs crossed......we hit a bump, and I ended up with bruised shins for the rest of the winter!

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  3. That Winter scene is beautiful!

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  4. Wonderful winter scene on your very pretty card, Lynn! I don't think I was ever on a toboggan, but we used to ride "double" on a sled when I was a kid. We lived out in the country and would slide down the hill on the road in front of our house. (Probably not a good idea, but we were kids!!!)

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  5. Your card is really stunning Lynn! I just love the embossed snowflakes and your touches of glitter here! HUGS

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  6. I am loving these teenie silhouettes that you and Liz used on your cards....makes the scenes come alive.....fabbo

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  7. What a beautiful scene, Love the additional snowflakes. A perfect sceene!

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  8. This looks like a winter wonderland. SO beautiful!
    Lynn

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  9. What a beautiful scene Lynn, love the oval frame and embossing.

    Hugs Diane

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  10. Love the use of the oval to spotlight this beautiful winter scene.

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  11. absolutely stunning, Lynn - I wish I could be seeing that outside my window right now :) Such a gorgeous scene nestled into the bed of white cardstock - lovely!

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  12. Just beautiful!!! Love the oval frame- and the embossed and punched butterflies.

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  13. Love this scene set off beautifully by the blue and white and the delicate snowflakes.

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  14. Wheee....I can completely see this stunning scene in my head.

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