Sunday, 29 June 2014

CD Sunday - Round again

Good morning everyone.  Tis my theme choice for this coming fortnight and my title is just another way of saying recycling.  It has always seemed popular in the past so I thought we would go 'round again'.
My fellow teamies seemed to have been more adventurous that I have which is a poor show on my part but here is my card.

The 'round again' bit is the creamy mat with the pink and lilac butterflies etc.  This was die cut from an old birthday card I had received.  I have added some more butterflies and a curly bow.  The CD I have  used is Joanna Sheen's - Jane Shasky "from the heart of the garden" CD2.  On the CD I  found a lovely background sheet with feint swirls in a  toning colour. Just perfect.

I have just realised that with all the die cuts on here it would have qualified for Jenny's theme as well.

I look forward to many interesting projects to make it hard to choose my Top 3.
Have fun.


  1. Very pretty card, it's nice to recycle when you can, you picked a good theme for this challenge.

  2. Interesting theme Carol. I was boring too just covering a CD not as adventurous as the other teamies. Hope we have plenty of takers this week. Wynn x

  3. I love those gorgeous butterflies Carol, the recycled ones and the die cuts. I'm going to have to put my thinking cap on now ans see what I can find.

    Sue xx

  4. A good choice of theme Carol, it certainly set me thinking. Your design is beautiful and of course very much 'me' Hope we have plenty of peeps joining in with us.
    Christine xx

  5. Crafters always hang on to things that just be handy for something lol, loved this challenge Carol and hope it's popular with other peeps, your card is lovely and the dies you have used are so delicate.
    sue-b xx

  6. Great challenge theme - I've really enjoyed this one! Very pretty card Carol and love the die cuts.
    Jocelyn xx


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