Sunday, 9 February 2014

CD Sunday - Love Always

Good Morning - she says optimistically.  As I write this the rain is lashing and the wind howling - but then what is new about that.  It will stop eventually and in the meantime my heart goes out to those who are really suffering from floods, the cold and wet and lack of power and I really hope the situation improves for them as soon as possible .

Now Caz  - fellow Team B member - has chosen this theme.   I imagine because Valentines Day is looming. I have very mixed feelings about all this but instead of boring you all to pieces with those feelings  I will show you my card.

This one is as simple as it looks - all from Docraft - Tulip and Friends.  There is nothing more to talk about really except that is about 6 x 6 and printed on my favourite linen look 280gsm white card and looks crisp and fresh in the the flesh.

I don't feel that I have been very inspiring this week but I know that you all will be and I look forward to visiting your blogs and seeing what I could have done.  I know that Caz will have a difficult choice for her Top 3.



  1. I think this is really sweet Carol and a great Anniversary card. xx

  2. It's beautiful Carol - looks like you've painted it x

  3. Now Carol, how did you know that thats the one place in the world where romance goes hand in hand, I knew the second I saw your card where it was, I took Vernon kicking and screaming to Venice and he loved it so much, he still talks about it with great gusto, I have been four times and the image is really beautiful and a great anniversary card. I must put that CD on my wish list.
    Hope you are not suffering too much by the floods.

  4. It's beautiful Carol so crisp and fresh, i love the image.
    sue-b xx

  5. Such a gorgeous scene Carol and so romantic too.

    Sue xx

  6. That's a lovely image Carol. I've not got this CD so this image is fresh to me. Great choice.
    Beryl xx


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