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Sunday, 6 June 2021

CD Sunday Challenge - Anything goes # 62


 Hi,

As I write this its a beautiful day here in Somerset,  This fortnight our challenge as usual is Anything goes as long as its from CD, USB or a digital material,  This challenge is hosted by Jo.

My card for this challenge is from Magical Christmas Moments CD by Cupcake  crafting,  I used the image and the matching backing paper,  matted the image onto silver card,    The Ivy die is by Joanna Sheen and the Holly die cuts were free from Die cutting magazine,  I placed three gems on the holly die for the berries, finishing off with a christmas peel off.

CD Sunday Plus challenge has a Facebook page for those who would like to enter the challenge and do not have a blog,   here is a link to the page

 

I hope you will visit the CD Sunday Plus Challenge site, and remember if you want to enter the challenge you must use something from a CD, USB or digital material no matter how small and let us know where and what you used the material from,   and that it is a card or a project.    Here is a link to CD Sunday Plus Challenge blog  we would be pleased to see you.

I hope you are having a lovely weekend

 

Margaret

 


9 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Margaret, love the Robins, so pretty, I have some nesting here and its a joy to watch.
    We are so lucky to be having this weather right now, lets hope it last a while yet, take care.xx

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  2. a lovely scene on your card, another for the Christmas box lol, Tilly

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  3. A pretty card Margaret, a lovely image and super die cut holly and ivy.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  4. Love the topper,robins are one of my favourite birds,a gorgeous Winter or Christmas card

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  5. You’ll be well set with pretty cards when Christmas arrives.

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  6. Gorgeous card Margaret, a lovely design too, Kate x

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  7. It is always a treat to see robins on our cards. I am lucky and seem to have them living in my garden all year round. Lovely card.
    Carol xx

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  8. This is a lovely Christmas card and you have used one of my favourite images.
    Jocelyn x

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