Sunday, 24 September 2017

CD Sunday - Mellow Yellow - chosen by Wynn

Wynn has chosen a colour theme for us this time. Always one of my favourites. That and letter ones.  They both  give such a wide scope as you are not necessarily searching for a particular subject -  which can sometimes be quite obscure.
I chose a CD called 'A Walk in the Countryside' by Cupcake Crafting / Creative Crafting World.  It seems to have both names on the CD.

There are many little gentle  country scenes on the CD but I chose the Sunflower one of course.
Here it is:

Apart from the peel-off Happy Birthday sentiment (coloured with peel-off pen) it all came from the CD.  The ribbon and flowers are all paper. The image is a flat Pyramage.
Each  scene has several images and ways of presenting them together with a selection of backing papers and accessories. Even notelets.   All in all  a very useful CD.

I hope you like the ideas from the team.  I love all the different yellows that they have found.
Please come and join us.  Don't forget all those beautiful mellow yellow Autumn colours that are just beginning to appear around us.  Plenty of scope for a project or card.
I'll see you on your Blogs.


  1. love the pyramage Carol, also the beautiful soft colour hues.

  2. What a lovely card - I like the idea of flat pyramage, it adds interest without adding bulk. And what a gorgeous choice of image!

  3. A pretty image and I love that backing paper Carol. I can't believe the ribbon isn't real! And the flowers look metallic in the photo!
    CD Sunday DT.

  4. I love this CD it has some gorgeous designs, For every month of the year.
    This is a beautiful card, an usual design to do flat but it works so well.
    The backing paper works so well with the image.

  5. I love the background paper and those sunflowers really pop! Great use of lots of elements from a CD too. W x

  6. I love sunflowers, this is so pretty for this time of year.
    Jocelyn x


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