Sunday, 30 October 2016

CD Sunday - Father Christmas

The theme for our new challenge - starting today - has been chosen by Meg and it is 'Father Christmas'.  I am sure that by now you are all in the middle of a frantic Christmas card 'make' so this challenge will be right on the button - as it were. As long as a CD was used somewhere in the make and you tell us which one it was -  you will be in with a chance of the prize.
Now just to show off I used 3 CD's - all by Robert Addams - in the creation of my card:

I used 'Let it Snow' for the image, 'Christmas Trees' for the hessian background and 'Christmas Backing Papers' for the matt layer.
I added the red ribbon to the top corner just to give the idea of a hessian sack full of goodies being tied up. The hessian look backing paper looks great in real life - very realistic.
Please join in with us and also visit my fellow teamies. We look forward to some festive blog hopping when we come to visit you.


  1. Wonderful Father Christmas image and lovely card.
    Great Christmas card

  2. Love the pyrimage I would struggle to match it all as perfectly as you have, love the traditional Father Christmas image great card.

  3. A really jolly looking Father Christmas Carol. I haven't got any Christmas Cds by Rob Addams! Will have to remedy that LOL!
    CD Sunday DT.

  4. A wonderful looking Father Christmas Carol, I've made quite a lot of Christmas cards already but so far no Father Christmas ones.

    Sue xx

  5. A super Christmas card Carol, a fabulous image and the ribbon is a great idea.

  6. Love the tied up hessian idea Carol. You can see the texture on the backing paper in the photo so in real life I'm sure it's even more realistic. Hugs W xx

  7. That's a wonderful Santa and I like the hessian - very realistic.
    Jocelyn x

  8. What a jolly santa, love a nice santa! Thanks for visiting my blog with regards to Debbi Moore cdroms this workaround was on Facebook

    Lynn x


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