Sunday, 3 November 2013

CD Sunday - Stripey

Good Morning.  I hope all are well and that the weather is good.  This post is a scheduled one as at this moment I should be making my way home from a little shopping jaunt in La Belle France.  Laden with goodies  hope.

There should be a good few entries in this weeks challenge as stripes can be used in so many ways on cards and projects.  I did a project this time instead of a card and I hope you will like it.  I enjoyed making it especially as I was using one of my favourite CD makers - Carol Ann's Studio.

The gift wallet of three pockets contains 18 ATC size cards with messages or sayings which  can be used as toppers or tags and I used Carol Ann's Studio Midi CD-4 Flutterby Purple.   All the sayings/messages are different.
Happy crafting.
Carol xx


  1. I think this little set is beautiful and I love the colours.
    Jenny x

  2. I love the pastel colours of this gorgeous little set Carol. Hope you had a great time in France.

    Sue x

  3. What a great project Carol. I love the idea of putting ATC's into the pockets. We usually see tags but this is something different. Thank you for the inspiration.
    Hugs Wynn x

  4. A super project Carol, I love the set and it's pastel colours.
    Hope you had a great time in France.
    Christine xx

  5. Hi Carol

    Lovely project, great stripes and colours
    Hope you enjoyed your trip and the weather is not too bad your end of the country.

  6. This is just so beautiful, what a great project, I hope you and your sister have enjoyed your time in France.
    sue-b xx

  7. A lovely project and in such gorgeous colours too.
    Beryl xx

  8. What a lovely way to give ATC's & the colours are gorgeous. x

  9. This is a really lovely project Carol. Love the colours - very pretty.
    Jocelyn x


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