Sunday, 29 January 2017

CD Sunday - 'Do what you love' - chosen by Pamela

Although teamie Pamela is still 'on leave' she has managed to choose a theme for our new challenge and a good one it is.  You can choose any subject and style to show off what you love most but do remember to use something from a CD in your creation.

Here is my own creation:

I particularly like combining my love of parchment with my love of making and swopping ATCs.
So here are four ATCs made using parchment butterflies  which have been made using a Pergamano grid and stitched to the background with beads.  I love beads as well.  I have hundreds possibly thousands if you count all the seed beads individually.  I must have been a Magpie in another life.
Today whilst I was preparing and thinking about doing this post and the CD Sunday one I also made a Banana loaf cake - another love of mine - the baking and the eating.
The backgrounds come from a CD -  Artylicious Butterfly Bliss by Glenda Waterworth.

I do hope you will enjoy Pamela's challenge and I look forward to visiting your Blogs - and perhaps you might be kind enough to leave me a comment or two.


  1. Very pretty Carol. Lovely ve the delicate colour combo. I think all crafters were magpies in another life Carol 😀Luv Wynn x

  2. Stunning ATC's Carol, those beautiful parchment butterflies match the background perfectly.

    Sue xx

  3. Beautiful ATC's Carol, the butterfies look so delicate love the bead stitching and the colours.

  4. These are beautiful butterfly ATCs, love the colours you used. I nearly did butterflies on my card but I had already done them on another card, so I went for orchids.

  5. Absolutely beautiful! I've still never tried parchment craft, and every time I see it on your blog it whets my appetite

  6. These are gorgeous Carol, such pretty colours and beautiful butterflies - so delicate.


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