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Sunday, 27 November 2016

CD Sunday - White Christmas - chosen by Margaret

I know that secretly in our hearts we would all like a white Christmas but with our practical heads on hope that we don't have one -  so we get our 'White Christmas' fix from cards and decorations and songs.

So for CD Sunday's new challenge Margaret has chosen 'White Christmas'.  Our team have made some beautiful cards and I am sure they will be of inspiration to you so please have a look here.

In the meantime here is my contribution

I used two of Robert Addams CD's - 'White Christmas' for the image and 'Christmas Carols' for the background.  I use these Christmas CD's quite often and I love the images from the first one and the backgrounds from the second.  The bridge with the lanterns has always been one of my favourite CD images and I have used it quite often.
I have added the deer, tree and sentiment diecuts.  Black mirri card for the deer and white card for the trees. Just plain gold card for the sentiment.  I also used black mirri card behind the image to act as a frame.
This was a very simple card to make and hopefully you will try it.  I can recommend Roberts CD's.  I have long been a fan.
Please say hello as you are passing.  I always love to read any messages.
Hugs
Carol
xx

6 comments:

  1. I can understand why you like that image so much Carol. I only have a couple of really old CDs from Rob - perhaps I ought to look again at his.
    Pamela
    CD Sunday DT

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  2. I love your card, none of us really want a white Christmas but it is nice just to wake up to a white covering Christmas morning, it's a beautiful peaceful scene and I can see why you like this scene.
    I am like Pamela I have a couple of his CDs perhaps I should look at his website and see what else he does.

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  3. Peaceful is a good description Margaret. I always feel this when it snows and I think that's why it's so special when it snows on Christmas Day. A great theme choice. Hugs Wynn x

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  4. This is a lovely image you have chosen. It makes me want to cross the bridge to see where the road takes me. I like the way you have used the black mirri card. A beautiful card.
    Jocelyn x

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  5. Like Jocelyn I want to cross the bridge and become part of the beautiful wintry scene, I selfishly would love to be the first to leave a trail of footprints behind, I love walking on fresh snow, Wonderful card Carol

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  6. A fabulous Christmas card Carol, such a lovely winter scene.
    Pauline
    x

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