Thursday, August 6, 2015

Let's Play Golf or Some Othe Sport with the CCEEers

 
 
Frances is our hostess for the CCEE Stampers Challenge in the month of August.  This is her challenge for the week....
 
 
Apparently this month is National Golf Month … so for our challenge this week let’s create a card which features some sort of sport. Bonus points if you create a Golf themed card. Oh and we might need to see the color green on your card too.
 
 
I have lots of golfers among my family and friends, so I was happy to use this virging MB die of golf cart and flags.  I also used a landscape die from MFT.  The sentiment is from MFT (T think), while the cloud stamp is from Impression Obsession.  The tree lines are from MB.
 
 
Please to be sure to visit the CCEE Blog to get your sporting spirit movitated.

9 comments:

StampOwl said...

what an awesome golfing scene you have created ... love it!

Liz Williams said...

Love all these diecuts. The golfers in my family would love this card.

Vicky Gould said...

Cute, cute, cute...you certainly used your dies to their fullest potential, GF!

Lois said...

Great combination of die cuts on your golf card. It's a good thing this golfer has a cart. That's a lot of ups-and-downs to have to climb!

Lynn McAuley said...

What a fabulously fun die cut design, Joanne! All my golfer friends would love getting a card like this! Sensational work!

Sabrina said...

What wonderful die-cuts, Joanne!! You've created a fabulous scene - and perfect golfing weather. I believe it was so bad in Scotland during some Open recently that they had to postpone it till the next day.
The little pops of red against all the green are so effective!

jdmommy - Anne Harmon said...

My DH is the only golfer in the family, but I have looked longingly at this cart die. Not for just the one I guess. Your card with the fun scenery is wonderful!

Ironlady said...

fantastic card, all those dies are just amazing

Leonard Ellis said...

Brilliant stuff. And what a way to get people into the mood for golfing! It creates a great setting, which is always a good place to start. I hope your family continues to have a great time playing that sport, and that they have all the right equipment for it.

Leonard Ellis @ TEED OFF