Wednesday, 29 February 2012

A Play With Baking Paper

)Hi guys!  The card for today's post is quite different I think, in that it uses household greaseproof baking paper!  Look closely, yes there it is, the ruffly background behind the focal element.  If you are having any difficulties getting any of your die cut pieces out of the dies, then lay down a piece of baking paper or if you can find it, American wax paper (which actually even works better!)  These will allow your card to pop out of your dies very easily.  And, being that we are crafty crafters, we can then use this delicate lacy piece in one of our creations too!  I was cutting the Persian border for another card and this was leftover so I decided to ruch it a bit so it went around my Labels 25 shape.  I used three of the borders if memory serves me.  These are just taped to the back of the label shape here.  I then stamped my sentiment and cut it with the Persian Motif die and inked it lightly with Tea Dye to complete my focal element.  I added two pieces of cream lace from my stash at the bottom and tied some American seam binding around the card and added a messy bow on the left side.  Using the smaller Persian accent pieces, I cut two and offset them to look like a flower.  I did the same with the very small Persian piece for the centre of the flower.  I topped my bow with these and added some pearl spray bits (from my stash again.  This decorative paper is from Authentique, isn't it pretty!  I just love the colours.  Hope you are liking the frilly baking paper.  You may just be raiding your kitchen soon for supplies!  All for now, Sue x

190 comments:

Sonia said...

Good morning Sue, this card is amazing. It was love at first sight when I saw it on C+C. Who'd have thought that wax paper could look so good? Thanks for sharing.
Blessings
Sonia - St Helens

Anonymous said...

'morning Sue another card that has the WOW! factor , I always like the sentiments too, much nicer than a peel off.Thanks again Mabex

Hellma said...

Love this card Sue, and love the fru gal niss crafters are always looking for alternatives and this one looks great.

Pam Swadling said...

Amazing card Sue. I have never thought of using wax paper, so thanks for the tip (both for easing the paper out of the dies, and then for using it on our cards).

Liz said...

absolutely love this card.

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue

Love this card Sue, love the use of the greaseproof paper, think I will be using this! Jean x

Carole Z said...

Beautiful card Sue, I raided my supply of baking parchment as soon as you mentioned this neat little trick on TV last week and boy does it work! No more frustration with those intricate little areas of some dies...thanks Sue, Carole Z XX

Ali W said...

Just so pretty Sue, the dies match your lace perfectly, how do you manage to find such lovely lace?

lockedinmycraftroom said...

Beautiful card Sue, I will certainly be trying the waxed paper on some of my dies.
Chris

Linda said...

Hi Sue, I am using baking parchment which is a bit brown so I dont think it would look so good. This card is so pretty, as always. Linda x

dutchess said...

Morning Sue another stunner loved the look on the presenters faces when they saw you cut kitchen paper....makes a great releaser on the dies though....lovely card just lovely take care margaret

sandra(misty) said...

Must try they with the baking paper love the card

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue, Oh what a beautiful card, will be popping in to the kitchen later to try out your latest tip, thank you, Polly x

Patricia said...

Good Morning Sue,
Another stunning card and to use the "Waste" for such an effect is just "Top Class"...
Got my Lattice Dies yesterday they look wonderfull, I have some baking parchment........... Guess what I what I will be doing today!!!!!
Thanks again for all the great ideas.

Patricia xx

YorkshireLass said...

Think the brown and blues are a perfect combo and with the more intricate dies the wax paper tip is a must - thanks Sue!

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
very lovely card today. You do like teasing us with those lovely papers you use. I have tried your tip with the baking parchment. It works wonderful, and looks good enough to put on a card. Specially with the parisian dies.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L

Vicki Sharkey said...

Great idea, Sue, will have to try it, some of the dies are a real pain to get all the bits out of.
Great card BTW
Vicki:)

bhavana said...

Another stunning card, using an inexpensive household supply! What a great idea, loved it when you showed it during the show on C&C! Thanks for sharing xx

Missmizog said...

Hi Sue
I love this card. All of our local supermarkets will soon be running ou of greaseproof paper.
Once again thank you for all your inspiration.
Sue

CLM-cindylu2u said...

Fabulous card and I will give the wax paper a try, thanks!!

Heather said...

Good morning Sue I loved this card when I saw it on C&C, thanks for the tip to use waxed paper it works brilliantly. I must get these sentiments they are so nice. I love the colours you have used on todays card and the flower is so pretty. x

Lynnus said...

Will add baking sheets to the shopping list, I love the lace on the bottom of card it is so pretty. Another wonderful card you have shared with us x

hazel said...

Morning Sue, georgeous card, i love the blue and brown colours they go so well together. Can't wait for my damask and persian dies to come hopefully it will be today. With you and ali from stamps away we will be crafting in the kitchen constantly. xx hazel

sheila stokes said...

hi Sue what a lovely card,like everything about, will be trying the wax paper. Sheila.x

ang said...

Hi sue lovely card, bought some baking paper yesterday will give it a try next time I play thanks angxx

Clare said...

Gorgeous card, I like the way the wax paper looks.

Clare x

melanie said...

Fantastic card , i tried your tip on the romantic rectangles and they flew out of the die thanks for the tip .Melanie

craftykitten said...

Hi Sue,
what a stunning card hun. Love blue and brown together - so elegant. Great tip too hun - I have greaseproof paper in my craft room but use it for ironing angel fibres on to an image - will definitely be trying this tip though. Thanks for sharing.
hugs
Dawn xx

Sandra F said...

It's a beautiful card Sue. I'm going to try using greaseproof paper with my fancy diues.

Jan said...

Fabulous love this Sue xx Jan

iReneM said...

Gorgeous, Sue!
I love brown and blue together. All the elements here are stunning.

x

joy said...

Morning sue
what a lovely card like the colours also.
joyce.e

jan said...

hi sue, love this card, and yes those authentique papers are very pretty. saw the demo with the wax paper haven't tried it yet though, but will be soon I'm sure.
love jan x

Rita said...

How fabulous is this. I watched you demo this on the show and it really does work, Thanks for that tip Sue. Hugs Rita xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Another beautiful card ,you just keep churning them out and eveyone of them is a pleasant surprise, many thanks. Yvonne xx

nattyboots said...

Morning Sue ,The wax paper is already on my shopping list,then the fun will begin,This is another beautiful card and your papers and lace are stunning. Elaine H x

Kathy said...

Hi Sue - love this card, colours, design, sentiment, everything! And thanks for the tip - baking parchment now lives in the craft room. Kathy

Kathy said...

Hi Sue - love this card, colours, design, sentiment, everything! And thanks for the tip - baking parchment now lives in the craft room. Kathy

nzillingworth said...

Hi Sue
the micro beads have just arrived and guess what? They wont go through the letter box the jar is that big.lol Worth getting i think.
I love this card as the paper works really well and loving tone on tone cards. You really cant waste the grease proof paper not if your a crafter. Another 11 out 10 here i think.
well done. hope life has returned to normal as you know it.
Born again spellbinder
Nadine hug x
nzillingworth@hotmail.com

Julia Watts said...

Lovely card, Sue. Julia xxxx

AnneRD said...

Must remeber the tip of using the wax paper to release the dies. Love your loopy bow and its flower embellishment on this card.

Uta said...

Beautiful card!

CraftygasheadZo said...

Morning Sue! What a fabulous idea using baking paper. It looks amazing, but then again I think whatever you use you manage to make a stunning card. Zo xx

Maid of Kent said...

Good morning Sue, lovely card, the colours are great and the words are just perfect. Another wow card. Lol Ann

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Sue,
No words needed here except WOW.
Love it all.
Lydia
X

Joesgrandma said...

Another stunner Sue. Can we colour the baking wax paper? Pro markers?

Have a great day!

Helen O said...

Very lovely Sue, I love the Guipure lace, it goes very well with the persian accents and motifs, thank you Helen O

Joesgrandma said...

Another stunner Sue. Can we colour the baking wax paper? Pro markers?

Have a great day!

sue said...

Morning Sue, this is a lovely card and the colours go together so well. I have tried the baking paper and it really works, but like you I had to use the pieces for something, so I added them to a scrapbook page and they look great. Will try adding to a card next time. Thanks for the tip.
Lots of love
Sue M

Carol S. said...

Morning Sue, Great idea for using baking paper. I have virtually a full roll in my cupboard. Only comes out when I use Fimo clay!! Might try screwing it up for a bit of texture and then cutting it out with a nestie. Mmmm!! Thanks for the idea and another stunning card. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Anonymous said...

Wow! Can we colour the baking paper?

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, I loved this card when I saw it on t.v. & for once I had had the same idea, though I only got as far as using the baking paper to make flat layered flowers for postage = looks fab on steam punk cards.
I like the creamier look of the wax paper so will be getting hold of this next.
Other favourite household crafting items of mine are aluminium foil, kitchen roll, toilet roll, drinks cans, Sellotape, lemon juice & bleach.
The Grand Calibur is great for these kinds of projects as it is hard to see what the original products were, as in your very feminine example.
Thanks for being such a huge inspiration.
With Love & Light Theresa. H

Vee Cassidy said...

Dear Sue
A lovley card wax paper has a delicate finish. I think I said I had used it on its own with dies but now tried it with card as you said and even the stickiest releases thank you!! Now have a lovely collection of lacy shapes. ps Wax paper is available in UK. I really like the stripey bacground paper. Vee xx PS my/your lattice dies have arrived and so beautiful even to look at! I may be gone a long time ....

Carolyn B said...

I saw this lovely card on C&C.and I would never have thought of using wax paper in this way. I do have a pack of wax paper....somewhere!! so will definitely have a go now. I'll try baking parchment as well, it's a nice natural colour so should look okay.

Carolyn B

Evik said...

:) Baking paper? Wow.Nice idea.I like the sentiments too. You spread alot of joy!
Have a nice day!

Victoria said...

Waste not want not! Love it!

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, yes, I love this card. So many different textures make it interesting. I have received my new lattice dies and really will have to try the baking paper technique with them and some of the older, more intricate, dies.
Frances

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Sue

another fantastic creation and that wax paper really looks as though its an expensive vellum type. Off to the cake shop to see if I can get some

Still waiting for my POD to arrive so havent had a play with the new dies.

Sue xxx

Debbie Tinks said...

SUE LOVELY CARD NICE COLOURS

Anonymous said...

What a great idea Sue will be trying this one.
Grimsby Chris

Ruthie said...

Great card love the colours the persian dies are absolutley gorgeous, my bundle came this morning and I don't know what to do first. I have spent an hour just looking at them and saying 'wow'. I will have to try your lattice dies first, and your tip with the wax paper.

Erica said...

Another amazing card. Well done
Love Erica x

Lorraine H said...

Super card Sue and the waxed paper tip is just the best thing, works so well and the diecut waxed pieces are so delicate. Lorraine x

scrapper said...

Great use of bakng paper as it gives a different texture to the card

Redanne said...

Sue, the card is wonderful, the idea of wax paper is brilliant too - I tend to use a little bit of talc or a tumble drier sheet if the card is dark, but am off to try your idea.

leswood said...

Morning Sue,
Wonderful card, really stunning. You sure have a way with colours xx

Cumbrianlass said...

Hi Sue,
I really like the design of this card, but have to be honest I am not that keen on the colours.
I will be trying the grease proof paper idea for the lace effect.
Janet

auscrafts said...

beautiful colours on this card

marg said...

Hello Sue
Is there anything you can't turn into a flower ? I need to find an outlet for the Wax paper it will make life easier. I love the sentiment too. I've just noticed Carole Z used baking Parchment and it works so Hooray I have that!
love Marg

Jackie D said...

Hi Sue,

When you were demo-ing this I thought it so pretty and noted your reference to waxed paper and that cereal packet "paper" was no longer suitable. Having finished a box yesterday I tried out the Lace Doily Accent Strip with it and it worked beautifully so if anyone has Fruit and Fibre from a certain German based supermarket A*** then try the cereal liner!!

love from Jackie

Christine Hussey said...

Fantastic card Sue I think the supermarkets will be having a run on baking paper LOL. Thank you so much for sharing these tips with us. Bless you. Christine H x

bluebell said...

hello sue would like to say your card you put on yesterday i have had a go and made will be putting on later today. i will go into the kitchen and see what i can find for todays card love bluebell-flowerwood.

Lizzie said...

Morning Sue and all,
Another beauty. I did laugh when you said and showed on cc about the wax paper using it as backing boarder but went and tried it and yes it does work (on both counts) and looks good.
My dies & m-bossabilities came yesterday and have been playing with them, Sue your lattices dies are soooo gorgeous, much nicer in the flesh lol!
Thank you
Lizzie (Serial copycat)xx

Marie-Louise said...

Lovely card and a great tip.

Elaine said...

Another Amazing card Sue.
Hugs Elaine

Arenosa 12 said...

Baking parchment, genius!

Maryann said...

What a great idea to use the bakingpaper too, and it looks pretty awesome too. Youve just made another wonderful card here again Sue, and I love the colors and dies, you used for this one here.

lindyloo12 said...

Hi Sue

Another good tip, about the wax paper, I did hear you say it on C&C and I am going to ask all the family to keep the waxed paper insides of their ceareal packets for me as you said that would do it too. Nice colours on this card.

Cazann49 said...

Gorgeous card Sue!..Loved it when you showed it on CR&CR..brilliant tip about greaseproof paper. Will try it in a couple of dies that keep sticking. Keep the cards coming pls. It's so nice to get a breakdown of how the cards are made that are shown on the shows..:)..Have a great day...xx

Craftychris said...

Fabby card! I liked it when I saw it on C & C. Love the baking paper tip! Will be trying that out. Thank you xx

lilygee said...

Hello Sue and All, one of my very fav new releases and it looks amazing - baking paper and all!
love lilygee xxx

Ann said...

WOW this is great you would never guess that you had used kitchen greaseproof!! I think vellum would be good too. Definatley one to try out. Thanks for your inspiration Sue

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, this card is gorgeous, love the lace and flowers and the colour combo is my favourite. Who would have thought that wax paper could look so elegant, thanks for the tip. Hope that you have got back into you time. Have a good day.
Hugs, June x

Star said...

Morning Sue, Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay my Latice dies arrived today. Unfortunately I have to go to work so wont be able to play with them tonight. I went to a sugar craft shop and bought the waxed paper and it really does work well, was having problems with some of the flourish dies.
Your card is great, as usual

Dawn Louise said...

Thanks sue, me been thinkin about baking paper after seeing Sam poole demo with the glassine papers, thanks for the idea x great card as usual x

Tammy Ortiz said...

Morning Sue,
I had to re read this twice lol I was like baking paper lol.
But it is really adorable.

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Claveh said...

This looks such a delicate effect Sue, I am thinking of using it more and more, obviously with no cooking in mind though!!!
Thank you and thanks again for my rubber stamps from my comment candy win!

eileen.fj said...

Hi Sue
Very pretty card and such a good choice of colours and use of the dies.
Eileen x

lorraine (classylady) said...

Hi Sue AB FAB card today, must go in the middle of playing with your dies which arrived late yesterday, really lovely.

lorraine
xxx

rachel said...

beautiful card - especially love the sentiment xx

christinaglitter said...

What great idea Sue this card is stunning and wax paper wow ! would never have thought about using it in cardmaking also it's double up as a tool in helping with the dies . Thank you Sue going to find my wax paper .
best wishes Christina

Sue J said...

Another beauty, and who would have thought that something as simple as wax paper could look so pretty? :)

Lexie said...

Truly beautiful Sue.
xx

Crafty Chris said...

Stunning Sue have a great day.
Chris x

Chaffinch said...

Does this mean you have got all your samples back safe and sound from C&C? I hope so! I have played with material, craft metal, acetate and vellum through my cuttlebug - I have yet to try the felt and now will have to add the waxed paper to the list.

lesley c. said...

Wow Sue, another stunner, now Im no cook! and I've never baked a cake, eaten plenty though! but I have some wax paper collecting dust, not any more!!
Thanks Sue, Im going to play x
Lesley x

Fiona P said...

Afternoon Sue what a lovely card got the grease proof paper out for crafting at last something to us it for now had forgotten what it was for lol thanks again for your great tips and inspiration. Hugs Fiona P xx

jane stillman said...

Afternoon Sue, another wow card, Have got my greaseproof paper, so will be having a play xx

Felicie said...

Wow What a beautiful card,I love it.

Sandy Palmer said...

Sue, I just love how you share so many wonderful ideas, tips, etc on your blog! I never knew about the wax paper before! Thanks for sharing it with us! Another gorgeous card!

CraftyLoops said...

What a gorgeous card Sue and I love the idea of using the parchment paper too. Lee x

Sandra Riley... said...

I love the almost 'ghost' like look of the baking powder! It looks so delicate, what amazing find!
Crafty Hugs
Sandra x

Andrea said...

Hi Sue, watched this when you were on C&C and was very impressed - the close up here is even better. managed to track down wax paper too so am v happy!

CraftyJo said...

Thanks for yet another great tip - and you're right - we don't do 'waste' as crafters :)

Nikbee said...

A beautiful card. I love the baking paper idea and the layered flower is lovely.
Nikki x

lainey said...

Just stunning Sue love the lace with it!! lainey x

Ita said...

another super card Sue and will try the greaseproof paper,I was going to e.mail you to ask about it ,si thanks for putting it on your blog
Ita

SusanLotus said...

Great idea to use baking paper! :o
Beautiful design!

Desiree said...

***** SUE IS ON C+C TOMORROW ******

Hi Fellow Sue fans,
Just to let you know that I had a heads up from Sue to say that she is going to be on C+C tomorrow at 8am, noon and 4pm.
Set your recorders or cancel the housework!

craftycarol said...

Afternoon Sue,
Love the neat trick with the baking paper its very cool,It looks like a shadow affect behind the main die cut.
Carol x

Jeannie said...

another brainwave! It's always amazing what crafty crafters get up to. Thanks Sue.
Jeannie

baa-me-chick said...

This card is beautiful! Such a much better use for baking paper when i'm on a diet! Lol!
Nicki xx

Carole RB said...

Hi Sue

Your card is amazing, I love it.

baconbits said...

Another stunner, i loved this card when it was shown on C&C. The colour combo works a treat and who would have thought that waste could look son good.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Jane said...

Lovely card will be having a look for the wax paper what a good idea

Jane xx

Dawn said...

A very pretty feminine card and no I had never thought of using baking paper. Thank you x

Anthea said...

Good afternoon Sue, another card full of inspiration. Will be trying the baking parchment idea as soon as I've finished my day job!

Phil D said...

Love this card and appreciate all your generous sharing of creative work. Look forward to all your blog posts.
Phil

Anonymous said...

Another favourite one of mine from the C&C shows. Who would have thought wax paper could look so good. Edwina

mena said...

This card is beautiful,i loved it when i saw it on the show and i am saving the inner packets of my cornflakes,hope it works.thanks again for sharing t=your brilliant talent.good luck n god bless.xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Another great idea with the baking parchment, will definately be giving that a try. Thanks, Ann W

vanessa said...

Hi Sue, another great card, I will try out the wax paper, great idea thanks vanessa. xx

mags said...

Hi Sue. Great idea with the baking paper and will certainly be giving it a go. Another stunning card.
Mags
x

Cherwell Leys Alpacas said...

Hi, love the dies you have used on this card. No papercrafting today I have been spinning fleece. Just received my raspberry plate so can try out my new M-bossibilities folders.
Kathy

Mia said...

Sue, My Lattice dies came today and wow! wow! and wow! again. Thank's for the tip with the grease proof paper... I see a peacock with the Persian die with coloured tissue of greens, blues, golds, blacks.. will see if i can cut tissue... finger's X xx

Mia said...

Sue, My Lattice dies came today and wow! wow! and wow! again. Thank's for the tip with the grease proof paper... I see a peacock with the Persian die with coloured tissue of greens, blues, golds, blacks.. will see if i can cut tissue... finger's X xx

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Clai01 said...

What a lovely special sentiment about friends , and a lovely card to match it.

Jenny, said...

Another lovely card... thax for the share :)

Shelley said...

Beautiful card Sue, love the idea of the wax paper. x

CathyinMN said...

Another beautiful card!!! I love all of the lace, pearls, etc. Thanks for the tip on the wax paper. I'll have to try that sometime.

L00py's Craft Creations said...

**** Sue***** there is something special on my blog for you, if you wouldnt mind going to collect it, xxx

Rhonda Miller said...

What a beautiful card. Thanks for sharing the tip. I was trying to think of something to help my papers out of the dies.

Sue H said...

I do like that card a lot :D Thank you so much for the greaseproof paper inspiration, it needs a use now I craft rather than bake :D xxx

PaulineC said...

I was sorry that I missed you actually doing this card on C & C so I am very glad that you have posted it. My mother always used to use waxed paper and then for some unknown reason it became unavailable over here. However Lakeland Plastics now sell rolls of it. It is also useful for other "crafty" things apart from die cutting.

tinaco said...

I don`t know how you do it Sue, you just keep em coming. Fantastic!

JULIEMCRANE said...

Hi Sue

Another beautiful card. I never get bored of looking at them. I love the colours, might be my favourite combo......until the next card.

Julie x

Linda said...

Hi Sue
What another spectacular card. Thank you so much for your inspiration and hints and tips. My new dies and M bossing folders arrived and I will have fun playing with them.

Sending lots of hugs
Linda xxx

yorkshiresue said...

Wow again.
Love the use of the wax paper
Love
Sue
XXX

sheila said...

Wax paper is so difficult to get,for my punches I used the wax discs that are to seal preserves in their jars, it's a pity they are not larger as we'd be able to use them on our round dies

julie said...

Hi Sue, I absolutely love this card what can i say stunning,colours blend together as usual you are such a clever person julie

Bean said...

Hi Sue ,

better than baking with it .....lol
Great idea.
Gillian

nettie said...

hi sue a lovely lacey card love the sentiment

salem said...

love all the colors could you do some cards with the eyelet squares dies please

Linny said...

Hi Sue, I have only just found your blog! I cant believe I havn't seen it before. I am an avid fan of yours on C & C. Your creations are masterpieces wonderful. love Linda x

salem said...

this so works also like the teal thankyou card colors fab

Lindyloo said...

Hi Sue,
This was a definite surprise card when you first showed it on tv. I could see by your expression when you showed the 'ruffle' that you were proud of it and I can see why. These cards that we make with 'that little something extra' always seem to put that 'pleased' smile on our faces don't they.
You are right about the paper, it is beautiful and I will definitely be looking for that on the internet, unless of course, you can remember where you bought it. I have an Anna Griffin paper that is similar, but not in this lovely brown and blue.
I hope your mum is doing ok and not missing you too much.
Take care Linda x

sue said...

Hi Sue, what a stunning card and using greaseproof paper is inspired.
Hugs Sue x

Teresa said...

Love this card Sue, it's just stunning. I had a problem with the more delicate dies and someone told me to rub them with tumble dryer sheets before use and it works brilliantly but love this effect. The shops won't know what's hit them when everyones suddenly asking for waxed paper!!!
Teresa xxx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

What a great tip. Love the colour combo on this one too.

elaine said...

Another stunning card Sue. I had forgotten about the baking paper tip, even though I baked yesterday!!!!
Thanks for sharing the tip and the beautiful cards. I always look forward to your shows.
Elaine xx

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Victoria said...

What a great idea to use the wax paper to creat a delicate effect. Love this card.

Celina said...

Absolutely stunning!!! For some reason, the 1st blog comment i wrote, (probably because it IS the 1st comment i have ever written), didn't get posted. All I said was that this is a lot of 1st's I've done. 1st blog subscription, 1st add-on, 1st look at you're blog. I could go on. It's obvious that you are not making cards, you are creating glorious work's of art. Can't wait til morning for the next one. Celina-Waterford, Ireland

Sue Parish said...

Hi Sue, What a pretty card - and I love the colours too. With a different sentiment it would make a super Mother's day card. I've discovered I have both greaseproof and parchment paper - and a whole drawer full of cereal bags! Your neutral cardstock arrived today and is so smooth (I've been stroking it!) I can't wait to use it. Sue x

miislucky said...

Very pretty paper and love the new spellbinders! The wax adds a real pretty touch to the bkrd to the front of the card!

gwen70 said...

Love the card Sue, lovely and lacey.
Just been watching you on c&c, so glad the morrocan dies are in stock

Lynne M said...

Beautiful card, love the colout tones. Lol Lynne M

Vie Carter said...

Lovely card Sue

Took your advice and found wax paper in a good size roll for £4 post free from ebay - works great

Vie
x

lestim said...

Hi Sue, such a beautiful card, I was baking just yesterday and thought how similar the baking paper looked to the glazzing paper so I am thrilled that you have beat me to it. I was watching your show this morning about the ruching the word ruche or rouche is directly from the French, meaning a frilled lawn or edge used to decorate blouses around the neck In The 16 th century, according to Wiki. Shall be watching over the weekend how perfect can it get. Thanks. Xx

CraftyCj said...

Another lovely card, love that wax paper behind really must try this myself :)

CraftyCj said...

Another lovely card, love that wax paper behind really must try this myself :)

aggieosborne1104 said...

Hi Sue, I love the sentiment that you've use for this card. Is it possible to ask where did you buy the stamp please? I have missed the POTD but I'll try it next time. Thank you for the card that you gave me, can't stop sharing it with other people. They're loving it...I started making cards to sell to help EACH charity shop and Help for the Heroes, as I am not well to volunteer in the shop because of my illness. This is my own way of helping my local charity shop and Help for the Heroes. Your my inspiration, thank you. God bless you and your family. Aggie - Norwich xxx

Knerten said...

Awesome !!

sheila stokes said...

A beautiful card, love the flower, very clever. x

Tracy Heaton said...

This is so beautiful - I love that the lace matches the dies and how you've made the diecuts look so lacy - stunning!
Tracy x

Stacey G.-2 Craf-t-4u said...

So pretty! Love that die! great idea of the baking paper! I must try that! Love that you used it too!

violetclouds said...

loving the innovative use of baking parchment!

Anonymous said...

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