Thursday, November 29, 2012

CCEE Stampers Blog Challenge 11-29-2012

Another Thursday is here already - geez - when I was  younger time seemed to stand still - now it goes by so fast!!  Go figure!  Anyway, our challenge hostess and DT member, Vicky Gould, is the challenge hostess for November and this week, Ms. Vicky has asked us to thread a ribbon through a bracket, CS - or somehow show that your ribbon has been threaded on your card.  Please check out the wonderful cards and projects of CCEE's awesome DT for some inspiration.  Get your ribbons out and start threading - and drop your card into Mr. Linky at the CCEE Stampers Challenge Blog for all to enjoy!

Card Recipe:

Stamp:  Poinsettia Blooms by Mark's Finest Papers, a Heinrich Co.
Paper:  MFP White Premium Heavy 140 lb. CS: MFP Cherry Slush CS
Ink:  Copics:  R29, 27, 24, 22 and YR23
Accessories:  Gold Stickles; Spellbinder's Fancy Ribbon Threader Die

Thanks for the visit - later gator!


  1. Beautiful card, Kathy. I love this folder....matter of fact, I just ordered it yesterday! Love your poinsettia!

  2. Ooh, I love your framing of the poinsettia..just gorgeous. The threaded ribbon is just perfect.

  3. The red and white is so very pretty!

  4. I almost used a poinsettia this week, too, Kathy, and changed my mind at the last minute. Yours is so beautiful, and I love that fancy ribbon threader die you used. Beautiful card!

  5. So pretty with the RED! I love your coloring of the poinsettia, Kathy!

  6. stunning poinsettia and great coloring.
    very beautiful card Kathy.

    greetings karin

  7. Oh boy, does time ever go by faster and faster! And didn't you have just the perfect die for the challenge. What a lovely festive Christmas cards. I'm just seeing poinsettias coming into the shops here now.

  8. I just love all the effects on your background...the ribbon weaving, the dotted side border and the fancy bottom border...all enhance the beauty of that lovely poinsettis

  9. This is a beauty, Kathy. I love the weaving of the ribbon, the border punch and of course, Anne's favorite color you used.


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