Sunday, 30 September 2018

CD Sunday - 'Autumn Days' - chosen by Jane

The weather has started to change just in time for Jane's challenge - but we could do without all that wet stuff.  I don't think that the leaves are changing colour quite as early as they usually do but that could just be me misremembering.
They have all changed though on my card for the challenge as you will see:

I have a great set of leaf dies just perfect for this challenge and I had fun sourcing the perfect colour card for my Autumn leaves.  The image of the flying meeces comes from House Mouse Disc 1 - In the garden - and the sentiment is from a stamp by Woodware.  Part of a set called 'Flowering Bike'.

I think this card will be perfect either for an Autumn birthday or someones special personal occasion.

I hope you will join in and that we will have a feast of ''Autumn Days' to visit .

Please don't forget  that you can find us on Facebook and the link label to CD Sunday is in the sidebar.

Have fun and take care.


Carol xx


  1. The perfect sentiment for this image Carol, love it

  2. I love all those leaf die cuts Carol and such a fun image. No 'wet stuff' here we have glorious sunshine.
    CD Sunday DT.

  3. Such a beautiful card Carol, apart from the wet stuff last weekend we didn't see any for the last week in Cornwall. We had fabulous weather, it was a shame to have to come home.

    Sue xx

  4. I love the image you have chosen and your die cut leaves compliment the scene beautifully.
    Jocelyn x

  5. I love your card Carol, house mouse images always make me smile. Your die cut leaves are such a great addition and a fabulous array of colours.

    Jo x

  6. Beautiful - all the leaves you have added really bring out the blustery day look of the image

  7. Beautiful card, looks like the wind blow when you made the card, gives a really interesting effect of autumn


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