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Wednesday, 1 June 2011

CD Sunday - Say It With Scallops



We are half way through the week and I am only just posting my contribution to this weeks CD Sunday challenge. This week it's scallops. and I have decided to go with shells, these have a beautiful natural scallop shape to them. The CD I have used is Summerbreeze by Debbi Moore. I opened the CD and the took snapshots of the pages that had the images and backgrounds that I wanted to use, and then took them into MCS to crop and re size. I picked the shell shaped image and cropped it from the sheet, and re sized it so that it would fit nicely onto a 6 x 6 card, I then copied and pasted so that I had 5 layers. From another sheet I cropped and re sized a sentiment. Next I re sized the backing paper down to A5 size so that I would not loose to much if the design on it. I matted the backing paper onto some gold pearl card, and also the sentiment. After layering the image up I then added a swirl of pearls.

Thanks for looking, your kind comments are appreciated. 

Sue

7 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Sue. Just love those stunning pearls. Thanks for joining us this week at CD Sunday. x

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  2. That is a lovely image and a clever interpretation of 'scallops'. I expect most people will include scalloped edges to their cards or layers. Not tried any Debbie Moore CDs myself.

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  3. Great idea here Sue and love the image, thanks for sharing with us at CD Sunday this week.
    Jenny x
    CD Sunday DT

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  4. Lovely image, super card. The pearls are a great touch. Thank you for sharing with us at CD Sunday this week.
    Jen x

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  5. Beautiful image and a fab layout. Love the pearls too. Thanks for joining us again at CD Sunday this week.
    Hugs
    Christine xx

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  6. Gorgeous card Sue, love the colours, thanks for sharing with us at CD Sunday this week, hugs Wendy x

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  7. Sue
    That is a truly beautiful card.
    What a brilliant idea to use the shell.
    I really nust learn to think outside the box.

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Thank you for taking the time to look, and your kind comments which are always appreciated.