Sunday, 2 July 2017

Up The Garden Path - CD Sunday

This time at CD Sunday the theme is Up The Garden path and has been chosen by Margaret.
I had a design in my mind of a gate-fold card with the front having a garden fence, flower borders and a path split between the 2 halves of the front. When the card was opened it would reveal a path leading to a cottage which was viewed through a garden archway. But that's where the design stayed - in my mind LOL! The prototype is still in pieces on my desk and I had to resort to a quick and simple card instead.


I turned to Serif Craft Artist because I knew I had tunnel cards in a digi kit and I managed to find one with a garden path leading to a cottage. The digi kit is by DaisyTrail and is just called Tunnel Cards - I've had it sometime and bought it when Create and Craft sold Craft Artist digikits on Cds. I simply printed out the pages, cut out the design and glued it together. I have added some shimmer to the butterfly at the bottom right but it doesn't show in the photo. The picture below shows the different layers.


The challenge runs until July 15th at 1 pm. You must use something from a CD and you must tell us in your blog post which CD you've used. Serif Craft Artist is accepted because it was available on a CD and digikits were also available on CDs. We don't include downloads as being acceptable for the prize but the team may visit and leave comments on your blog.

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful card Pamela, loads of dimension and a profusion of flowers

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  2. Beautiful card, wow what a lot of dimensions you put into the design, totally wonderful design.
    Well done

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  3. I really love all the depth and dimension of this card
    Jane

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  4. It may not be what you originally intended but it is still a very pretty card with lots of depth to it.
    Jocelyn x

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  5. This is another of your beautiful contructions Pamela. It looks beautiful.
    Carol
    xx

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  6. This is inspirational Pamela. I love the idea of using a tunnel effective. It really gives dimension to the whole scene. Beautiful Wynn x

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  7. This is a really pretty card Pamela, so dimensional. It's not a cd I've heard of before.

    Jo x

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