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Thursday, 20 June 2013

The CD Sunday Challenge - Kimono


 Hi,
I had a wonderful surprise this morning in the post,  I was not expecting anything, and then this packet arrived,  it was from Jocelyn for the CD Sunday Design Team last week's card had won first.  Thank you I will enjoy the CD rom I have not seen this one so will look forward to finding out what's on it.
Now onto this weeks card the challenge this week is Kimono.  I found this backing paper on the Joanna Sheens CD The Royal Horticultural Society CD collection.  I thought it looked Japanese,  it was not my original thoughts for the card.  I  used some white peel offs I put the round one on some purple miri board and used the corner peel offs to make a square,   the lady was also a peel off which I put on purple miri board and cut around her leaving a narrow border.  Then using 3d glue placed her on the card raising her up from the card.  Put some bamboo strips and border peel offs around the sides.  Added a white ribbon down the side.
I also want to thank Wendy I received the most gorgeous tatted pendant which she gave away on her blog,   I will post the pendant another day soon.
Until we meet again Take care.
                                        Hugs
                                     Margaret


16 comments:

  1. This is very effective Margaret, I clicked on the design for a closer look. Lovely backing paper and your Peel Off's are super. Thanks for joining us again this week and enjoy your prize.
    Christine xx
    CD Sunday DT

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  2. Congratulations on your winning card last week Margaret.

    I love the layout of your Kimono card. You've made good use of your peel offs too.

    Thank you for joining us again at CD Sunday.

    Wynn x
    Guest DT

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  3. Gorgeous card Margaret, I like the oriental peel off image the design and the papers.
    Kevin xx

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  4. Hi Margaret. I love your peel offs. It is great to see them being used again. They seem to have been forgotten completely in the rush to be different. They still can be so useful and effective. They were the beginning of card making for most of us.
    Thank you for another of your great creations and for joining in with us.
    Carol x
    CD Sunday DT

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  5. What a stunning design. The peel offs work so well here. Love the gold and lilac. Thank you for your e-mail, Margaret.

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  6. A beautiful Oriental card Margaret. Great design, lovely bp and the embellishments are just right.
    Thank you for joining us again this week.
    Beryl xx
    CD Sunday DT

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  7. Oh Margaret, this card is beautiful, very lush and I love it....hope your well.xxxxxxxxxx

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  8. This is beautiful Margaret, I love those peeloff you've used. Thanks for joining in at CD Sunday this week.

    Sue T x
    CD Sunday DT

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  9. What a stunner! Congratulations on your win last week, you should win again this week with this fabulous card. Michelle x

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  10. so stunning Margaret.really beautiful images and design ;D

    xx coops xx

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  11. Stunning card Margaret.

    Love the colours you have used.

    Traceyxx

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  12. Stunning card Margaret, I don't normally like peel offs but these are lovely.
    Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday again and I hope you have fun with your new prize.
    Jenny x
    CD Sunday DT

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  13. Lovely colours and great use of peel offs Margaret. Glad you like your prize from last week.
    Jocelyn x
    CD Sunday DT

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  14. Gorgeous card Margaret, the gold makes it look so luxurious, thanks for sharing at CD Sunday x

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  15. Such a pretty Japanese feel on your card, love the way you put it together, a nice surprise for you to win
    Tilly

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