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Sunday, 11 December 2016

CD Sunday Challenge - 'Twas the night before Christmas


Hi,
This fortnight the challenge at the Cd Sunday Challenge blog is 'Twas the night before christmas by Jocelyn.
I found this charming image on the Joanna Sheens Enchanted Christmas CD 2,  (I felt it fitted the challenge well)  I used the matching backing paper and matted the image on silver card.  I made a bow and left a long length of ribbon and made a bow on the other end then twisted it and glued the bows on each end of the image.   I used the new dies cuts which I won off Facebook from Trimcraft and cut them out of green glitter card from the Works,  the holly garland and the holly leaves and placed red gems in for the berries.  Finishing off with a peel off Merry Christmas.  I kept this card flat as it will be for posting.
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 want to thank those who have sent some wonderful messages,  my husband who was rushed into Hosptial last Tuesday is now improving and maybe home midweek,  it's been a roller coaster of a week,  but you know who your friends and family are when you need them.  It's come at the wrong time of the year and I will be so happy to get him home.

I hope you are having a lovely weekend
                                   Hugs
                               Margaret

10 comments:

  1. A lovely family scene Margaret, a good old fashioned Christmas, love it. Hope you have a restful day. Meg xx

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  2. That's a sweet card. Wish you both a relaxing weekend

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  3. Hi Margaret, third time I've tried to leave a comment, fingers crossed.....
    Love the image, just gorgeous, lovely card...
    Hope your having a nice weekend.xx

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  4. Oh no, sorry to hear your husband has been ill. I know you're not in the best of health yourself, so it's not easy. I hope you're both ok. Love your card!

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  5. I'm so sorry to hear that your husband has been ill. Hoping for a speedy recovery and that he's able to come home with you soon.

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  6. I think I might have called you Carol in my previous comment Margaret, it so please accept my apologies.
    By the way there was no pop up when I visited either time.
    Pauline
    x

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  7. Margaret I love what you've done with the ribbon and the garland. This is a lovely image too. Hope things are improving health wise. Hugs Wynn xxx

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  8. THis is a lovely scene Margaret and looks even better with your additions. Hoping Vernon will be home soon.
    Hugs Carol xx

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  9. This is a lovely traditional Christmas image and I love the ribbons and die cuts.
    Jocelyn x

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  10. What a lovely old fashioned scene. Thanks so much for telling me about Showerings-so interesting. I had no idea and just researched it. Me and the OH have learnt something today!

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