Sunday 22 November 2020

CD Sunday Plus Challenge #49 - AG - hosted by Pamela

 This is Challenge #49 – hosted by Pamela, and as always, is an Anything Goes Challenge (AG), as long as either a CD, USB or digital download - or any combination thereof – has been used in the making of your project.  Please, please remember to state the source.

Thank you all for your continued support and for the huge variety of projects for us to see.

Here are Jocelyn’s Top 3 choices for Challenge #47. 

We had some lovely entries and choosing was not easy as I had lots of favourites.

1st  Crafty Chic

Great colouring on this one and a really unusual card fold.

2nd  Kym 

Such lovely bright colours and I really like the way the mistletoe in the main image has been repeated as an embellishment. 

3rd  Pam's Pearls

This one made me smile - a lot! Great colouring and I love the clouds in the sky. Nice sentiment too. 

Congratulations to our winners and please don’t forget to grab the appropriate banner from the side bar.   I will be back next time with the Top 3 for challenge #48.

And now here are the ideas from the team for our new Challenge - #49 – starting, of course, with Pamela:







 If you don’t have a blog you may still enter by sending your entry via email using the address shown in the right-hand sidebar or by posting a photo of your entry to the new Facebook page - The CD Sunday Plus Challenge. 

Please add your photo as a reply to today’s current challenge announcement otherwise not all of the Design Team may be able to see it and… pretty please… remember to tell us which CD, USB or Digital source that you have used - and please remember that our Privacy Policy Statement is now in our Sidebar and to remember to take note of Rule 3 - also in the sidebar. 

Have fun and continue to STAY IN AND STAY SAFE.

Carol and all the CD Sunday Plus team.


  1. Thanks to the DT for the lovely inspiration!

  2. Beautiful creations by the DT. Anesha

  3. Thank you for the challenge. Lovely work by the design team.

  4. Pamela thank you for you comments on my blog. My card no 25 was made on the computer using Microsoft Publisher. Built up the different digital papers but printed out as one layer to make postage cheaper.

    1. That's a good point regarding the cost of postage versus the cost of ink. People are often surprised that I use my computer and printer so much in my crafting. They tell me printer ink is so expensive but I find cartridges last me at least 3 months, more often 6 months. Whereas Large Letter prices start at over £1 and go up according to weight and thickness.

  5. Love the DT makes, they are super, Hazel xx