Sunday, 12 March 2017

'Enjoy....tea or coffee'......

........that's our challenge next time at CD Sunday. What a great theme which has been chosen by Margaret.

There were lots of yummy entries for my 'Punch it out' challenge last time and I'm having fun trying to decide who has made the top three and who will be receiving a gift from me! Watch this space!!

The winner of ' Friendship, Love and Romance' chosen by Meg is now up on the challenge blog (link in sidebar)

Here is some inspiration for you this time. It's a photograph of a wall mural that Margaret took in her favourite coffee/tea shop whilst on holiday.

And here is my inspiration for you.

The image is from a Joanne Sheen CD, artwork by Janet Kruskamp. I began with a piece of A4 card folded landscape. Then added the image and embossed some strips of matching card to place on the outside edges. The sentiment is from the same CD.

You can use either tea or coffee in your creation or both!!.....whatever you ENJOY!! Only one other rule to use a CD in your creation and give credit to the designer of the CD. 

I hope you'll agree that this is a real fun challenge this time and I hope to see lots of yummy entries!!

Have a great week!!


  1. Beautifully presented image Wynn, love the clocks, it's always time for coffee/tea in my house

  2. A very elegant image Wynn and I love that colour green in the backing card.
    CD Sunday DT.

  3. Beautiful card with a gorgeous image, I love the clocks it's always a hot kettle in our house at any time of day,
    That picture just said challenge every time we stopped for a drink, and in the heat of Greece we needed plenty to drink.

  4. What a lovely card - I'm sure if I'd had that CD I would have chosen the same beautiful image

  5. Great card, love the colours. I like the little clocks - just goes to prove that any time is coffee time.
    Jocelyn x

  6. I love the Shabby Chic clocks in the background. Great card Wynn.

  7. A beautiful card Wynn, such a lovely image and pretty colours.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob