Sunday, 17 December 2017

CD Sunday Challenge - 'Christmas Flowers and or Foliage' - chosen by Meg

Good morning crafters. This is my last CD Sunday card until after Christmas. Our challenge has been chosen by Meg and what a  super one to have to finish off the year.  Here is my offering:

I loved making this card.  I used Funkyhand Papercraft Factory - Twelve crafters crafting - Wintery Magic.  What a mouthful!  Very sadly Funkyhands are no longer active but I am very pleased to have a good few of their fantastic CD's.  With them I have a wonderful source of backgrounds and these so useful  'word' cards.
The Christmas Roses are some that I bought earlier in the year (can't remember from where) and the leaves were punched using one of my favourite punches.  They are in fact punched using green parchment.

I would like to thank you for your support of the  CD Sunday Blog and indeed of my own Blog.  We hope to have your continued support in 2018 and also to welcome new challengers via  Facebook.

May I wish everyone a very Happy Christmas and a prosperous and successful crafting New Year.


  1. Beautiful icy feel that so suits the word Carol, love it.

  2. A fabulous card/word book Carol, great for this last challenge of the year and it suited the weather this last week too.

    Sue xx

  3. Squeal!!!! I LOVE those little snowflakes - I have 'a thing' about snowflakes LOL!
    A great word card Carol, all put together really well. I love it!
    CD Sunday DT.

  4. Love your word card, beautiful design and flowers

  5. Beautiful colour palette Carol. I love the triple ribbon for the bow....links all the card colours together....clever W x

  6. Beautiful card - I've never really explored the words sections of my Funkyhands CDs and I can see I need to take a look at them

  7. How lovely, a word book. I think this is very beautiful Carol.
    Jocelyn x


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