Wednesday, April 19, 2017

CCEE1716 - Global Astronomy Month

Hostess Joanne Grzelak has invited the CCEE Stampers to have some fun with this third April Challenge!

April is Global Astronomy Month.  Create a card having to do with astronomy, such as moons and stars, but not limited to that. You could also fantasize about alien creatures and space    travel. Use your imagination….Dazzle us!!!

Images:  Altenew - To the Moon
Papers Recollections White and Black
Inks: Black Soot Distress Ink by Ranger
Stampin' Up Crushed Curry, Daffodil Delight, and Barely Banana
Versafine Onyx Black

Embellishment: Rhinestones

Head on over and check out the "Out-of-this-World" designs
by the members of the CCEE Stampers' Design Team:

Frances Byrne


  1. love the yellow moon on the black background

  2. That moon looks so REAL! Amazing and fabulous card Lynn. (Just saw that there's suppose to be a green moon on the 20th of this month)!

  3. Lynn, this card is so fun! I can see so many possibilities with this design... moon... many possible sentiments. I might just have to CASE your card, if that's okay. ;)

  4. Super card for the challenge! Your moon just pops right out of the sky.

  5. WOW! That moon in the black sky is just amazing. I love the way you placed it!!!

  6. wow...what a gorgeous warm moon....and the perfect sentiment it

  7. I would have never thought of doing such a dark card but is breath taking. Reminds me of how dard it gets up at the lake since we don't have any city lights near us.

  8. Oh, I love that moon Lynn, it's gorgeous! Fantastic card and what a great sentiment!
    Tammy x

  9. What a wonderful night sky and that moon is your card, Lynn!!

  10. Lynn, I'm over the moon with how beautiful your card is :) Such gorgeous background work - it's like looking out into the night sky and seeing it as is - so realistic! Stunning ♥

  11. This Altenew set is on my list.... But it was out of stock last week. Love the deep color against the dark sky. I also love how you did the sentiment.... It adds that little extra element of interest.

  12. How dramatic! Love the moon in the darkness of outer space. I've never done a greeting like that and now I want to!


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