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Sunday, 1 April 2018

CD Sunday - 'No patterned paper' - chosen by Meg

A Happy Easter everyone. I hope the weather is being kind to you where ever you are and the chocolate fairy has visited.
This challenge is a little different in that Meg has decided to say what you can't use but you can use any theme or subject you like.
It is always hard craft wise to be told to exclude something as we always like to use the full range of our supplies. Even harder for us dedicated CD users as that is where we usually get out patterned papers.
But no patterned papers to be used.  For my card I went to a favourite at the moment  Docraft Digital Designer - Tulip and Friends CD.
Here is my card:

I kept it as simple as possible and it was made for a member of the Facebook Birthday list to which I belong.
April already. The year seems to be rushing by.  I now have my op date - 1st May.  I am so glad that I have got all my crafting up to date. How soon after the op I will be able to use my hand I have no idea but plan to watch TV and or do Jigsaws - left handed.
Have fun with the challenge and I will see you on your Blogs.
In the meantime I was looking in You tube to find some Birthday music to go with my picture and I found THIS...
Love to hear from you as you pass by.
Carol
xx

5 comments:

  1. i know this was a difficult one Carol, but you've made a beautiful card and the image is the focal point which is what I hoped to see

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  2. A great card and thank you for the musical interlude x
    Jocelyn x

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  3. Beautiful card, lovely image, you have made a lovely card even with your problem hand

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  4. You've created a lovely card Carol. The images on this cd are beautiful aren't they and your card showcases the image so well.

    Jo x

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