Sunday, 14 April 2013

CD Sunday - 'Thank You'

Good Morning.  Hopefully a little drier than it has been over the last couple of days.

Thank you to those who entered  the CD Sunday Challenge that I sponsored last week.  The team and I will enjoy looking at all the cards again and choosing a winner.

The CD Sunday theme this week is 'Thank You' - chosen by fellow teamie Beryl.  A good choice Beryl as we can never have enough of this kind of card in our 'something I made earlier' box.

For my card I used two CD's.  First Docrafts Boofle Collection for the card which is a tag and sentiment enlarged to A5 size. Second CD was Robert Addams  'Printable Gingham etc' which supplied the decoupaged flower.  Just a few gems and a small piece of pink ribbon completed the card.

I have exactly a week now before the '0' birthday and I am getting a little excited.  I think the family have something planned for the day.  I do know that they have bought me a Kindle Fire HD so of course I am looking forward to opening that parcel.

Please leave a message when you call - if you feel so inclined.  It is always lovely to know you have visited.


  1. Very pretty card Carole love your big flower on your tag
    jacqui x

  2. Hi Carol

    Love the tag, great flower, thank you is an all year thing and nice to have an every day theme.

  3. Beautiful tag Carol, love the large flower, it really stands out.
    Christine xx

  4. It's lovely Carol. The flower is gorgeous and I love the flowery greeting.
    Beryl xx

  5. A gorgeous tag Carol, and a beautiful flower on the top. I'm sure you'll enjoy your new Kindle, I have the ordinary one and Steve has the Fire, Makes book reading a so much easier.

    Sue x

  6. Beautiful tag card Carol, what a lovely flower, i know you will enjoy your kindle.
    sue-b xx

  7. This is a lovely card Carol, so soft and pretty and your decoupage flower is beautiful.

  8. What a pretty card Carol. I just love gingham and the flower looks gorgeous. This was one of the first cd's I ever bought years ago but dont remember the flower! Michelle x


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