Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Add a number.....

This week's challenge at CD Sundays is "Add a number" and as a close friend is about to turn 60, the number that sprang to mind is 60. And as I'm not 60 yet, not for AGES (well, a couple of years) I chose this cheeky image and background from Joanna Sheen's Viva La Divas CD to make her card with.

I've made the flaps with the number on fold back, so that if she wants to hide her age when she displays the card it will be easy to turn them back!


Mistys Mum said...

I absolutely love this - the shape of the card, the great sentiment & the image which is so appropriate. Great card. x

Sue's Crafty Corner said...

A wonderful card Jane, great shape too. Thanks for joining in at CD Sunday this week.

Sue T x
CD Sunday DT

Beryl said...

A great card from a very considerate friend. lol
Thank you for sharing it with us.
Beryl xx
CD Sunday DT

sue-b said...

Brilliant, i would show the age, well it's only a number...isn't it ? thanks for joining us this week Jane.
sue-b xx
CD Sunday DT

Christine said...

A brilliant card Jane, love the shape and the sentiment is perfect for a friend's 60th. Thanks for joining us again this week.
Christine xx
CD Sunday DT

Linby said...

Ooh I have this cd, must try and remember to CASE this card, such a fab idea.
Lynn x

starcyl said...

Great card and I like the colour too but the sentiment really made me smile.
Thanks for joining us at CD Sunday this week.
Jenny x
CD Sunday DT

Marina said...

This made me smile. Elegant but funny. Marina

Jocelyn said...

I like this. I've got a friend who is 60 soon and that would be perfect for her.
Might have to adapt your idea for her - thanks for the inspiration.
Jocelyn x
CD Sunday DT

Purple Crazy said...

Fab card, Keep forgetting I have this CD too, thanks for sharing at CD Sunday x

Wynn said...

Love this shape. Did you use two pieces of A4 or just the one. I'd love to share this shape with my crafters if I may. Good luck with your challenge card.

Hugs Wynn xx

Jane Willis said...

I used two pieces - folded each in half then stuck the left hand panel of one over the right hand one of the other, so the central panel of the finished card is double thickness. Then I cut, scored and folded the two side panels to make the flaps. I hope I've made that clear - I can see the picture of how I did it in my mind but I'm not sure I've put it into words very well!