Wednesday, February 3, 2016

CCEE1605 Winter activities


Hello, CCEE Stamper fans. Lynn is our hostess for the month of February. Many of us are having icy or snowy weather (or are dreaming that we do) now that February has arrived. Lynn's  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 below. Should you post your design to another online gallery, please use keyword CCEE1605.

For my card, I used one of the newest sets from Kitchen Sink Stamps which had a whole collection of silhouetted human figures doing ice and snow related activities. I choice this ice saketer for mine for this challenge. As many of you know, Lynn is a master with these Kitchen Sink Stamps and her scenes are masterpieces. She is my inspiration, although I have a long way to go to achieve that level of perfection. 

Actually, we live where there are mild winters, so I can only imagine doing snow and ice scenes, but it is fun to imagine, and since my body is not use to such cold, I really am glad don't have to deal with snow and ice on a regular winter routine.  

7 comments:

Vicky Gould said...

I'd say you did a pretty durn good job with those KS stamps! This is just adorable, Liz!

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

I think your skater is perfect in this Wintery scene. We have NO snow, and I'm glad not to be looking out at frozen lakes!!

Lois said...

Very nice scene, Liz! I'm with you though -- don't like thinking about those cold winter activities!!!

Joanne (jojot) said...

what a fabulous and tiny silhouetted image....bet those images will come in handy in a lot a scenic cards.....beautiful winter scene here

StampOwl said...

beautiful winter scene

Lynn McAuley said...

Great job with this snowy scene! Your icy pond with its solitary skater and falling snowflakes brings the chill right indoors! Shivering here!

Ironlady said...

Lovely winter scene, we never have snow and ice here either, and I as so glad that we don't.