Saturday, 6 February 2016

Seasons - C D Sunday

CD Sunday has chosen the theme of Seasons this time around. While I'm writing this it's pouring with rain and more like November - the back garden is like a lake. My card is Summer although the staples I've used are from a set called Spring LOL!

The backing paper and topper are from a cd called Pamela West's Dayze of Innocence. Unfortunately this cd is no longer available to buy.
The topper is printed onto vellum and attached using staples by Craft Geek and a little tool called Pin It.


  1. Lovely Pamela, love the main image printed onto vellum, gives it that hazy summer days feel.
    Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday.
    sue-b DT xx

  2. Hi Pamela. I love this CD. One of my favourites to use with parchment and borders and even for ATC's. It looks as though you did a little embossing. Thank you for joining in with us.
    Carol xx
    CD Sunday DT

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    2. Ooops, deleted my reply in error! Yes I did do some embossing Carol. Right around the purple frame, along the edge of the stream, around her wellies and the water splashes. Also a little on her hat but mainly her dress to make it whiter and to stand out.

  3. So very pretty, the vellum gives it a beautiful soft ethereal look

  4. Hello Pamela, lovely card. I'm lucky enough to have that CD too. Love the way you have printed on vellum and the staples make a great way of fixing it to the card. Thank you for sharing with us.
    Jocelyn x
    CD Sunday DT

  5. Ooohhhh this is lovely Pamela. Sadly I don't have this CD as it looks like a goody. I love your idea of printing on vellum....must try this soon. The little staples are a great addition too and something else I've not seen before....inspirational when you're attaching vellum I think. Must check these out. Thank you for sharing your lovely creation with us at CD Sunday. Wynn DT

    ps Hope it stops raining soon!!


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