Wednesday, December 9, 2020

CCEE2050 - The Glow of Christmas

 Lynn McAuley here with the final CCEE Stampers challenge for 2020, which has been a bleak and dark time for us all. For the CCEE2050 challenge, I am asking that your cards reflect a seasonal light of hope and promise for a brighter new year. It can be represented by a candle, the lights on a Christmas tree, the star of Bethlehem, or any other light that comes to mind.

Should you choose to join us in this challenge and post to an on-line gallery, please include keyword CCEE2050 with your design. We look forward to seeing the light you choose to shine on 2021.

This is our final challenge for 2020. Thank you to our faithful followers for your visits and entries in 2020. Following our Christmas break, we will be starting a new year of fun challenges on January 7. 

I used an old favorite stamp of mine from Hero Arts with this little singer in the lantern light singing her heart out with praises to God. Since singing in groups is still being discouraged because of the COVID virus, here is hoping that next year we will not be having to sing alone any more. I pray some great choirs will fill the churches when we can all return to worshiping in person. 


  1. Super cute Christmas card, wishing you a very merry Christmas.

  2. Love this fabulous card, Liz! I hope you bring you guitar and your Christmas hymnbook and we can socially distance and sing our hearts out this year! It's a painful reminder of how our world has changed not to be able to join in the glorious songs of the season at church this year!

  3. Singing praises during this seaason of Christmas will be different, but hopeful, none the less. Adorable image and choice of light, mf!! Such a sweet card. Sending you hugs and love as you celebrate!!

  4. Such a sweet card! And I love the patterned paper you used for the background. I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas. And next year we will have lots and lots of company singing our Christmas carols!