Sunday, 12 June 2016

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I will be choosing my top three for our last challenge of Let's go Lilac so that will keep me busy with all the lovely entries we had.

This time it is Sue's turn to choose a theme for us and she has come up with something a bit different to challenge us all. We have our new team members joining us this time around so there are lots of lovely inspirational designs for you to enjoy and give you ideas. Don't forget to visit CD Sunday Challenge Blog for all the details of how to join in. You just need to remember to use something from a CD somewhere in your design and let us know which one you used. 

Anyway here is my card this time around.

I decided to make an easel card this time and have used two backing papers from Shabby Chic Paper Delight sCD  by Debbi Moore. I used these to cover the front and base of the card. 

I've then used dies to cut my designs out of white card. The trellis base and the words are from Crafter's Companion, the scalloped circle cut from the backing paper is a Tonic die and the white fancy circle is a Spellbinders die. The flowers on the stopper on the inside are Sue Wilson dies. 

The team have made some lovely cards for you to enjoy this time so please do go and visit CD Sunday Challenge Blog and if you have time to visit their personal blogs and leave some love that would be nice too. 


  1. Hi Jocelyn. I love this with just the two colour tones. It looks so fresh and clean. A beautiful collection of diecuts which create a great card without image or photo.
    Carol xx

  2. the soft colour hues are beautiful Jocelyn and the sentiment inspiring love your lay out and finished card

  3. Love this card Jocelyn. I thought the trellis was a die til I stated reading your blog. Which Crafters Companion CD is it from please. Lovely colour choice too. Hugs Wynn x

  4. A lovely fresh looking card Jocelyn - really pretty.
    CD Sunday DT

  5. This is beautiful Jocelyn, a very clever layout and i love the easel shaped cards, Love the dies, in fact i thought they where all dies, just shows what you can from a CD.
    sue-b xx

  6. Beautiful card, love the die cuts and a great idea of an easel card.

  7. Such a pretty card Jocelyn, lovely colours and lots of fabulous die cut details.