Thursday, November 4, 2010

A CCEE Winter Scene

I am on a sugar overload from last night. I went to a military function in which we had to bring a dessert along with the recipe. Thirty ladies brought their desserts as well, so there was much sugar to consume. I limited myself to eating just bits of 4 different desserts, but mmmm there was a lot of yummy stuff there. I met some new ladies, and got a chance to socialize with adults. . .always a nice thing if you're me, hehe.

Anyway, here is my card for you today. . .a winter scene for the CCEE challenge! I love this set from MFT called Winter in the City. This was definitely a fun one to paper piece, and I am in love with the Jovial paper from Basic Grey. This image comes with a little dog for her to walk, so I made her packages to make it look like she's been shopping for Christmas :)
Stamps: Winter in the City (MFT)
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black, Ripe Olive (CDS)
Paper: Cottonball White (CDS), Kraft, BG Jovial dp
Accessories: scallop edge punch, mini scroll chipboard, Copics, glass glitter
All right I better get back to supervising the kiddos. . .they are learning about sound waves and Alexander Grahm Bell. Very interesting stuff :D


  1. Fabulous Cassie, totally fabulous!! Those BG papers are pure perfection!! Have a wonderful day!


  2. Love it!!! And I like that you replaced the dog with bags... very Christmassy :]

  3. That sounds like such a fun party.I love recipes.. I could never limit myself to just 4..hehe.. This paper is my favorite too.. I LOVE what you did with it. Especially the sidewalk..Great job Cassie.

  4. Wow Cassie! I LOVE how you made the sidewalk and the sky jovial! Great thinking outside the box! Great work I love this!

  5. This is fantastic WOW love your paper piecing and this whole design is fab Cassie!

  6. What a fabulous paper pieced scene Cassie!! So creative and beautiful!! Thanks so much for joining our Winter Themed CCEE Challenge this week!!


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