Saturday, 20 September 2014

CD Sunday - Happily Ever After

A short but sweet blog post today as I'm going out to buy a new printer. My much loved, and used, printer is slowly giving up the ghost and it has to go I'm afraid. So don't look too closely at the photo as you'll see lines across the image!
The CD Sunday Challenge this time is Happily Ever After and as it's my wedding anniversary in a few weeks I've made hubby's card (it's never been ready so early LOL!)
I seem drawn to the DoCrafts Digital Designer range at the moment and have used 2 papers from the Forever Friends Black and Gold CD plus a main image.
The card is finished off with some mats cut using Marianne designs dies, a Sue Wilson die (the tiny ribbon strip) and the sentiments are Tattered Lace dies.
The challenge finishes today at 1 pm so you'll need to be quick if you want to enter this one but there'll be a new theme tomorrow which will last 2 weeks.

I came third with the above card (and hubby loved his anniversary card LOL!)


  1. This is very pretty Pamela. I love the Marianne die you've used for the mat. The image is adorable too. Thank you for joining us at CD Sunday. Wynn DT x

  2. A lovely card Pamela and Happy Anniversary to you and hubby. Love the design. Thank you for joining us at CD Sunday again.
    Christine x
    CD Sunday DT

  3. Beautiful Pamela, lovely dies and layout and such a cute image. Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday.
    sue-b DT

  4. Great card, I love those dies and I have them in my stash!
    Thanks for sharing with us at CD Sunday once again.
    Jenny x
    CD Sunday DT

  5. Hi Pamela. A beautiful card. I hope you have a great day and that you will be celebrating in style. Thank you for sharing your card with us.
    CD Sunday DT

  6. That's very pretty Pamela and I love the die cutting too.
    Jocelyn x
    CD Sunday DT


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