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Sunday, 27 November 2016

CD Sunday Challenge - White Christmas

This fortnight its my challenge and being so near to christmas I choose White Christmas for the CD Sunday Challenge.
For this card I used the background from Glitter and Glitz CD by Debbi Moore Art Deco Christmas CD.  and the image is from Joanna Sheens Thomas Kinkade which I decoupage and glittered,  I matted the image on silver card,  this is a new type of card that does not shed its glitter from the The Works,  I also die cut the trees from it,  they are from Creative Expressions and the Lamppost is from the new range from Polkadoodles which I added a piece of silver in the lamp,  I also cut some trees in white card and glittered them,  finishing off with a silver peel off and a red ribbon bow.  (Its a well glittered card)
I hope you will not only visit the CD Sunday Challenge site,  remember if you want to enter the challenge you must use something from a CD no matter how small and let us know which CD you used.  Here is a link to CD Sunday Challenge blog  we would be pleased to see you.

I hope you are having a lovely weekend


  1. You can almost image someone is at home with the lights on in that image Margaret. A perfect image for the CD Sunday theme of White Christmas.
    CD Sunday DT

  2. a lovely choice of challenge at this time of year, a very pretty card, hope the sheffield trip went well

  3. A great challenge choice Margaret. I hope you get many entries to choose from.

  4. Jane is right.....very atmospheric. I love how you've brought the scene to the foreground of the card too with the addition of the lamp post and extra trees. Hugs Wynn xxx

  5. It is beautiful Margaret, beautiful festive scene, simply love it...xx

  6. I love all that glitter Margaret. There are some lovely images on that CD. Really pretty and a great theme choice.
    Jocelyn x

  7. You always pick the right images and love the trees too. You seem to meet you challenges every time, five stars from me hugs from Carollyn

  8. I can imagine what it must be like to see a beautiful scene like this, it's cold and frosty yet welcoming at the same time a beautiful card Margaret

  9. A fabulous card Margaret, such a beautiful Thomas Kinkade scene.


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