Sunday, 15 May 2011

Can it really be Sunday?

It must be late Saturday evening because I've finished my card for this week's CD Sunday Blog Challenge! And instead of being last to enter I'm going to be first! The DT will most likely fall over with shock! LOL!
The card took less than 2 minutes to complete which is why I've finished so early. It's a bit of a cheat really as it's a design from the Hallmark Card Studio CD and all I've done is edited the words inside, printed it onto paper and folded it into 4 (it's an A6 size card). I've not added anything whereas when I use the card studio I would normally print it onto card and add a few mats and embellishments. The theme this week was using a die cut or Yeehaw or combining the two. If I have time during the week I'm going to make another card using the die cut option. I'll probably be posting that card late on Saturday as per usual LOL!


  1. Good Morning Pamela. Yes - you are right - I am reeling from the shock. Well done on being the first. However quick your card was it is bright and fun and fulfils our criteria. I look forward to seeing your second contribution - however late.
    Thanks for supporting us at CD Sunday.

  2. Hi Pamela, my you are quick off the mark this week. This is super, fab image and the sentiment is perfect for Yeehaw. Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday this week.
    Christine xx

  3. What a fun card and perfect for our challenge, thanks for being first this week.
    Jenny x
    CD Sunday DT

  4. What a great card Pamela - such a cute image and just perfect for this challenge. Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday this week. x

  5. This is such a cute image, he certainly looks the part. Thank you for joining in with us at Cd Sunday this week. Looking forward to card number two.
    Jen x


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