Sunday, 9 August 2015

CD Sunday - Photo Inspiration

Our new challenge theme has been chosen by Jocelyn - and what a good choice.

Here is the photo she gave us and your good selves.......

A little unusual I think you will agree.  I sat and looked at it for some time and I couldn't get past the idea of ceramic wall  tiles.  Maybe that is what they are.  Next thought was mainly blue and white tiles - therefore  Holland.  I have a CD that has just the papers I needed to use as backgrounds for a couple of Dutch style ATC's -  which are what I had decided to make.
Here they are.:

Together with the die cut Tulips and the couple in National Dress (collected from the 'net' I think) we have Dutch style ATC's. I managed to use all the colours in the Inspirational photo.  The CD I used is from Crafty Computer Paper - Crafty Image Emporium CD-rom.

Although there are only four of us on our team at the moment I think you must agree that we have each come up with something so different to each other.
Talking of only four - there is some great news on the Blog so please have a look.  We are very excited and pleased.
I am really looking forward to seeing what you can create using this Inspiration.  Please join in with us at CD Sunday.


  1. Certainly a challenge this week, Love your cards, Having been to Holland I think you have made two lovely cards with their national dress.
    Hope you have a lovely weekend

  2. A great interpretation of the image Carol. They are indeed ceramic tiles!
    Jocelyn x

  3. I love the delft feel to these wonderful cards Carol, a great take on the theme.

    Sue xx

  4. I agree Carol it is a little unusual for us but it certainly made us think , love what you have made , it's a great take on the theme .
    sue-b xx

  5. Such a pretty card Carol. Love those little Dutch children. This challenge is a real challenge! I have started a card, just to finish it though!!! Michelle x


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