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Sunday, 29 April 2018

CD Sunday 'Anything Goes'

 
Good Morning. I hope life is being kind to you and having a relaxing weekend. It was a our Birthday Sketch challenge last time. Thank you to all who entered. The results will be up on the main challenge blog next Sunday. Fingers crossed you were a winner!!
 
This time it was my turn to choose the theme and I went for an old favourite 'Anything Goes'. Here is my inspiration for you.

                                              I used a  CD from Debbie Moore 'Victorian Weddings'

I started with white card stock and cut out two frames....for front and back. Then adhered them at the top to create a tent style fold. I added the image to the centre and the sentiment strip from the CD. Finally a row of gems were added to the top and bottom of the card.

I hope you'll be inspired to join us. For more lovely creations please pop over to the main challenge blog (link in sidebar) 

Don't forget there's always a yummy prize on offer. This is a CD challenge so something from a CD, however small, must be used and please tell us which CD it is from.

Have fun!!

8 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Wynn, love the image but it's the frame you cut that adds the touch of elegance for me

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  2. Beautiful and stunning card, love your image and design

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  3. Gorgeous card Wynn and I love the die you have used. Can you remember where it came from please?
    Hugs
    carol
    xx

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  4. Such a pretty card Wynn and a beautiful frame. x

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  5. Really beautiful, a card the happy couple will cherish.

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  6. Sorry Carol. I borrowed the frame die from one of my crafter....might have been Spellbinders. When I get back I’ll ask her. Wxx

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  7. Beautiful card Wynne. If you've ever heard of Becca Feeken you'll know that she always makes cards by joining to die cuts together to make the base card. I love your version.
    Pamela
    CD Sunday DT.

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  8. No I didn’t know about Becca Feeken’s cards. Interesting. I’ll try to find her blog xxx

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