Sunday, 10 June 2018

Second Time Around at CD Sundays

Our new challenge at CD Sundays is live and this time we would like to see something recycled on your card - as well, of course, as something from a CD.


The recycled element on this card is the background 'paper' which isn't really paper at all, it's beautiful printed plastic that came wrapped around my Mother's Day flowers. Far too pretty to throw away! I used spray adhesive to stick it to the card base, wrapping a little around the spine for a neat finish.

The butterflies are cut using the classic Cuttlebug butterfly die and a paper printed out from the Creative Crafting World CD 'Mix & Match Papercrafting Collection'. I was delighted to find one of the colourways was such a good match to some twine I have in my stash!

I am sharing this with - Make My Monday - Go green/Upcycle

11 comments:

  1. Wonderful recycling Jane, beautiful card

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  2. I too save the wrapping from bunches of flowers Jane. I have loads and now I know how to stick it to card - thanks for the tip! Love the colours you’ve used.
    Pamela
    CD Sunday DT

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  3. A great use of your flowers wrapping paper, a super tip. Loving your card, the colours are so pretty. So pleased you shared with us at Make My Monday. Caz DT

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  4. Great creation and a brilliant use for the paper fromthe flowers. Its so pretty these days, such a shame to waste it, Hazelx

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  5. Hi Jane. What a great idea to recycle the beautiful wrapping. I love the butterflies you've added too. Very pretty and lovely colours. Jo x

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  6. Fantastic way to reuse the wrapping paper, everything matches beautifully Jane.

    Lisa xx
    craftycard-designs.co.uk

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  7. A great way of recycling your wrapping paper, makes a beautiful card with the butterflies

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  8. Yeh it's me ....got to you via a comments post on another blog!!! Blogger will not defeat me lol!! Great bit of recycling Jane. That wrapping was defo too pretty to waste. You managed to get it really smooth too....don't think I would have made such a brilliant job of it. W x

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  9. It's amazing what we can all find to recycle and this is a great idea and very pretty card. Sorry I'm so late commenting, I just don't know where the time has gone lately!
    Jocelyn x

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  10. Great card and well done on using the flower wrap. Lovely butterflies too.
    Carol
    xx

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