Sunday, 20 March 2016

CD Sunday - All Creatures Great and Small - chosen by Jocelyn

Good morning one and all.  It has been a little chillier down here in the South but (she says whispering) it is not raining at the moment.
Wow - what a great response to Wynn's Colour Challenge.  Wynn must have seen something that I didn't when she chose that picture.  But in fact I found the colours quite easily after I had taken off the sun glasses and so did my fellow teamies and all our lovely supporters.  The colours looked so good. A great choice Wynn and good luck with your Top 3 choosing.
Jocelyn's choice of theme offers  many many  possibilities so we are hoping for lots of cards or projects.
My contribution to 'All Creatures Great and Small' is:

I know that compared to most of the world's creatures these aren't the greatest or the smallest but I think that the fish is thinking that they are.  That's if fish do think!! 
The stitch pattern came from here and I used 'The Pet Set' CD by La Pashe for two  background papers - the stripes for the card and the second for  the paper fish which were cut out for the corners. 
I hope all is well with everybody.  I look forward to some more blog hopping to see old friends and make new ones.  I love reading blogs and looking at what others are doing and picking up hints and tips.
Please join in with us with your creatures - big and small - but don't forget to use a CD somewhere.


  1. I love this gorgeous stitched card Carol, the cat is looking so innocently at the fish.

    Sue xx

  2. Lovely choice for all creatures great and small Carol the stitched cat and goldfish are exquisite

  3. Wonderful stitching again Carol. I love the cat and think he is thinking "lunch!".
    Jocelyn x

  4. Another beautiful stitching card, love the design.

  5. Great fun card Carol. Don't think that fish will be there long lol!!! Hugs Wynn x


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