Sunday, 17 March 2019

CD Sunday #6 - 'Anything Goes' - hosted by Jocelyn

What a windy week we are having.  I don't like the wind.  Rain I can cope with but wind somehow I find very unsettling.  Giving them names seems to make it worse.

Our 'Anything Goes' themes are still proving to be more popular than a set theme.  I have quite a few birthday cards to make each year as I belong to a Facebook birthday group as well as having friends and relations to make for, and my annual total is about 65-70 at the moment.  I am finding that I can combine my CD Sunday makes with my birthday lists.

For my card for this challenge I have turned - yet again - to La Pashe. I don't think I will ever run out of La Pashe images. They are all so well drawn and when combined with one of the fantastic backing papers  I don't think you can go wrong.

So  I have used - La Pashe - The Big One Vol 1.  Anemones are one of my favourite flowers and I love this bold colourful image. Appropriately the name Anemone means 'wind'.

I have done some decoupage. I still love doing decoupage even after all this time. I have also used my new favourite sentiment die yet again. There is something so pleasing about the font that has been used.
Please come and join in with us. With such an open theme I am sure you will have something to offer as long - of course - that you have used a CD somewhere in the making.

Thank you  for visiting and taking the time to read. Any kind comments you care to make will always be appreciated.



  1. love the spring colours Carol, a beautiful card

  2. A gorgeous card Carol, the flowers look beautiful.

    Sue xx

  3. Beautiful card, lovely bunch of anemones, I love their colours unfortunately they never last very long but easy to grow in a pot.

  4. A really lovely card Carol. I love anemones too, such lovely colours and always cheery looking.


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