Sunday, 24 January 2016

CD Sunday - 'Seasons' - chosen by Jocelyn

I would love the season to be Summer - right now.  I am fed up with the rain - yet more whilst I am typing this.  I also have a stonker of a cough and every breath hurts my ribs but I do remember enjoying the making of my card for this challenge.  I plan to give it to my Grandaughter Ellie in due course and I hope she will like it  - and the egg to go with it.
So yes - an Easter Card for the Season of 'Spring'.  Easter is always in Spring so I am OK with my choice of card and season.

Here it is:
The background - multiple eggs - printed directly to card - was from Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady CD.  The stitch pattern was from here and the decoupaged blossom was from La Pashe.

I think Jocelyn's choice of theme is a great one as it opens up the whole year and many occasions.  So I look forward to visiting many Blogs - old friends and I hope new ones.

Please don't forget to visit CD Sunday and all the team's contributions. Just click on their names.

So as I retire to the sofa may I wish you Happy Seasons.


  1. Beautiful Carol, the stitching for the wings is so good at first I thought there was colour behind, I think Ellie is going to love this .
    sue-b xx

  2. Poor you Carol not good having a nasty cough.....hope it's getting better. Lovely Easter card for the Seasons challenge theme. Think we should get lots of entries. The stitching is beautiful and Sue is right about the!!! Wynn xx

  3. Hope you feel better soon Carol, this is an adorable card

  4. Those stitched chickens are absolutely adorable! Hope you soon feel better

  5. Beautifully stitched Carol and I'm sure Ellie will love it. I do hope you feel better soon. It's a bit brighter here today and I hope the sun is shining on you too.
    Jocelyn x

  6. Your card is adorable.
    Get well soon!

  7. Beautifully stitched and wonderfully put together, wonderful Spring card.
    Hope you cough is better, take care and stay warm

  8. Thank you for all the good wishes. I am feeling much better now - antibiotics to the rescue. Carol xx

  9. Great card, sorry to hear you are feeling poorly get well soon
    Hugs Shaz x


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