Sunday, 16 September 2018

G is for ...


Hasn't it been a wonderful summer for geraniums! Ours have been amazing this year and put on a wonderful show so when Carol decided to have 'G' is for .... for her theme I just had to choose this pretty Geranium Fairy from a DB Cardmaking CD called Garden Flower Fairies. The backing papers are from the same CD and I matted everything onto black card before attaching it to an 8 x 8 pre-scored card. The stamp is from Lili of the Valley and the dies are as follows:

Flower petals - Britannia dies

Flower stems - Sizzix Tim Holtz Wild Flowers
Black Leaves and scalloped circle die - Desire Easel die

You can find details of how to join in at CD Sunday Challenge Blog. Just remember to use an element from a CD and let us know which one.

Sunday, 2 September 2018

Cool Colours

It's my turn to choose the theme and I've gone for Cool Colours.

The sky backing paper comes from the Faye Whittaker CD1 in the At the Beach folder.

Dies used:

Spellbinders squares for the frame
the balloon is a die from La La Land

For all the details of how to enter visit our blog - CD Sunday Challenge Blog.

Sunday, 19 August 2018

Let's go fishing


Best of La Pashe 2012
Bad day fishing stamp Mulberry Wood every day - Gone fishing set by Crafter's Companion
Relax stamp - Berkley everyday - special friend set by Crafter's Companion
Cloud dies by Crafter's Companion
Rope and seagull dies - Marianne
Circle dies - Crea-nest-lies
Waves embossing - Cardmaking magazine freebie

Margaret chose the theme for this challenge and I really had fun making this card for a friend's birthday. I've known him 48 years and he is married to my best friend.

Sunday, 5 August 2018

Celebrate in Style

Wynn has chosen the theme this time and it was perfect for a special couple who celebrated their wedding anniversary recently.


Forever Friends Collector's Edition CD by Docrafts
Bottle and glasses die by Tattered Lace
Red satin and mirri card from Crafter's Companion
Embossing folder Tattered Lace
Words - Britannia Dies

You can find details of how to join in at CD Sunday Challenge Blog. Just remember to use an element from a CD and let us know which one.

Sunday, 22 July 2018

Anything Goes 3

I thought I should make a start on my Christmas card stash this week so here is my card for Anything Goes 3 at CD Sunday Challenge Blog.


Snowflake embossing folder from Crafter's Companion
Main image, backing paper and sentiments from Flowersoft Snow Globes CD
Main dies from Creative Crafting World - Always and Forever die from the Paper Boutique range.
Small snowflake dies which I think are from Crafter's Companion.

Meg has chosen our theme of Anything Goes so plenty of scope here - just remember to use an element from a CD and let us know which one. We love to see what you make.

Sunday, 8 July 2018

A Gardener's World

Pamela has chosen the theme this time around and what a lovely one it is. With all the lovely weather we have been having there is no better time to get out and enjoy the garden.

You will find all the details of what you need to do to enter this challenge over at CD Sunday Challenge Blog or you can enter on our facebook page. Please make sure to use something from a CD and let us know which one you have used. This does not need to be the whole project, it could just be a backing paper or sentiment from a CD. :-)


Image and paper from The Pamela West Collection Volume 2 by Joanna Sheen
Die'sire Create a Card Metal Die - Rose Easel for the card shape 
Rustic Wedding Hessian Sheets from Crafter's Companion
Bee and words 'Bee Happy' by Dovecraft

I can't remember where I got the little watering can die from. 

I hope you enjoy this theme as much as I have.

Sunday, 24 June 2018

Things to Eat

Jane has chosen 'Things to Eat' for the CD Sunday Challenge this time.

To make this card I used:

House Mouse Triple CD Collection from Joanna Sheen for the main image and backing paper.
Dies are by Crafter's Companion Vintage Tea Party collection - Vintage doily and Sweet Tooth.

I cut the sweet tooth die in silver mirri card and put some acetate behind the domed top.

I really enjoyed this challenge from Jane and hope you will too.