Sunday, 9 September 2012

CD Sunday - Need for Speed

It's that time again.  We had some great entries last week  and I wish everyone good luck in the draw.  You will enjoy using your prize whichever CD you choose.

For the theme this week  I have used two CD's.  First an old favourite and standby - Robert Addams - Vintage Transport -  for the background and the image, which has one layer of decoupage -  and Rachelle Anne Miller for the sentiment.

As always I look forward to week of Blog hopping and I hope that you will pay a visit to our teams Blogs to see what they are all up to.

An update on my arm:  I have now driven twice but only very short journeys.  I have been restricted to local journey's only - like Sainsbury's and the physio.  I can drive quite safely but still get tired.  But Oh - the joys of being mobile again.
Have a good week.


  1. This looks to be a good cd Carol and it's one I've not got, only got one of his cd's - don't know why.

    So glad you're mobile again and not reliant on anyone to get you about. Hope your arm keeps on improving well.
    Jenny xx

  2. Super speedy image and a great card Carol. Glad you are getting more mobile and independent again.
    Beryl xx

  3. Brilliant card Carol, I like the vintage image I might have to have a look at this cd.
    Kevin xx

  4. Brilliant card, love the image,
    Glad your are mobile again, take your time it takes a few weeks to ge the arm back working properly.

  5. Fabulous vintage card Carol. The background paper looks very interesting. Michelle x

  6. Love your speedy image Carol, I only have one of Robert Adams CD's, a flower one but this particular one looks interesting. Pleased you are mobile again if only for short journeys.
    Hugs xx


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