Wednesday, October 28, 2015


 We have enjoyed MaryAnn's fabulous challenges for the month of October, and this is her final one for the month. The theme is "downunder." You could go Australian, or simply whatever comes to mind for something under something. Check out the cute interpretations the team came up with over on the CCEEstampers blog. Join in on the fun and add your card with the keyword CCEE1544 on SCS, and link it to

I will be heading out Thursday to do a jail ministry for 4 days. Please keep us in your prayers that God's love touches the hearts of the 42 women taking part in the program. I'm leading the music and I never feel closer to God than those hours I spend behind bars sharing the gospel with these that God has not forgotten.

I will catch up on commenting on Monday, when I return.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015


This is for this week's CCEE challenge 1543. The theme is refections and I decided to do a reflection in the ice. It doesn't show up well in the photo, but the ice is actually covered with a glassy gloss.
Hope you join us this week and play along by linking your card to CCEEstampers.While you are there check out the lovely reflections left by the team.

Wednesday, October 14, 2015


Maryann is continuing as our hostess for the CCEEstampers this month. She asked us to use acetate. I used some acetate cut from a clear box. I ran it through my cuttlebug in an embossing folder. Then I diecut some fall leaves in fall colors and placed them under it and attached the edges, so this could be somewhat of a shaker card.

Come play along by adding CCEE1542 to your card you upload to SCS and link to the link over on CCEEstampers blog.

Wednesday, October 7, 2015


Maryann is again our hostess as we continue through October. Sorry I missed the actually specifics on this challenge until after I had made this card. I was to use chocolate (every woman's favorite flavor) with a color combination of chocolate and pink, chocolate and green, or chocolate and vanilla. I actually used a metallic gold and chocolate combination. The flower I used has all of those three colors in it. I did a direct from pad ink rub of the gold pad to my embossed leaves. Please check out the other team member cards who probably followed the directions. Check them out

If you join us in the challenge over on SCS please use the CCEE1541 for your keyword.
Link it to the link over on CCEEStampers blog.