Monday, 2 July 2012

Warm Winter Wishes

Happy Monday!  How about this card for using up your left over pieces!  I cut a couple of holly borders for another card I was making and I happened to have placed them on the card so that they lined up rather nicely.  When I looked at this negative piece, I just thought it would make a lovely long card.  I really like that shape for a card too.  Since the card was so simple, I decided to have a bit of fun with the background piece.  There is a close up below but I used my scoreboard and made a grid that shows through the cut out holly sections.  I had some leftover pieces from the borders that I cut so I nipped sections out of them to create the corner pieces.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it out with one of the holiday tag shapes.  I inked it with Antique Linen while in the die.  When I removed it from the die, I used some cut 'n dry foam and Black Soot distress ink and added a light inking to the very edge of the die.  I ties a small bow using the cream sillky crush ribbon and added it to the centre of the card with a glue dot.  I added my holiday tag and a fancy black button to the centre of my bow.  I used two small strips of flatback pearls to add to the long sides of the card.  I pierced the edges to finish the card.


471 comments:

1 – 200 of 471   Newer›   Newest»
Pam said...

This is a lovely Christmas card and so thrifty Sue to use up your spare pieces. I would be happy to receive a card like this and it has a lovely bow too.

Jan.moogie said...

Wow Sue what a lovely card.x

Corinne said...

Morning Sue What a great Idea for using leftover peices as stunning as ever for pennies love it Hugs Corinne

scottish crafter said...

Hi Sue, WOW you sure know how to stretch you leftovers to the max. What a great idea and a bow too. Love it.

Wilma

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, great idea for using up the cut outs from the borders. Lucky that they were symmetrical. Bx

debs said...

Morning Sue what a elegant christmas card I love black and white cards. I like the idea of using the waste card. I have just cracked the way you try your bows. I made my first christmas card using my new dies yesterday so pleased how thwy turned out. xx

Take Care Sue

Debs Artliff

jayne denver said...

Hi sue
Oh what a fab card love it really like the colour so modern thanks
Jayne

baconbits said...

Morning Sue, what a lovely modern card - black and white is so classy and i really like the landscape set up.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Patricia said...

Happy Monday Morning to you Sue,

Great Idea, could be used with left overs from quite a few of the border dies. What a great idea, just realised how many of these I must have thrown out...............!!!
Love how have embossed the background, and the Bow of course!!!! must have a go at this.
Have a Great Day

Patricia

CraftyAnn said...

Love this card, I am going to use this idea to make money wallets for my nephews.
Take care

lestim said...

Hi Sue, I shall definatly be taking more care when placing my dies in future. This is a great way to use up leftovers. BRILLIANT! You are a diamond. Best wishes, Lesley x

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
fabbbbbbbb card. Your never ending ideas are so good. I bet no piece of card gets put into your bin. You must use nearly every single scrap. LOL. You would be a good add for recycle. LOL. Well have another great crafty day everyone.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Hellma said...

Another super stunning card that would be easy to mass replicate. I can see quite a few of my Crimbo cards looking just like yours haha. Thanks for your daily inspiration.

Jan said...

Morning Sue, I really like this, simply elegant and is great for upcycling! Less really is more sometimes, great bow!

Linda said...

Hi Sue, well this is different, yout still very Christmasy. Lovely card, as ever. Linda x

Anonymous said...

It's amazing what you can do with left overs this is a lovely card sue x

Clai01 said...

Great card, i love the holly die!

Cassieajh said...

Morning Sue, at last a set of dies I have :) & a wonderful example to copy especially as it use up some of my box full of scraps which I refuse to throw away even though some of them are quite small.
Hugs xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue - another lovely x-mas card - I watched your CD 'Stamping my Style' yday and it was really interesting and informative - thank you. Is there another one coming soon I wonder with your demoing your other techniques?.... Hope so.
Have a great day!
Regards
Clare

jacqui said...

Hi Sue, great card ,holly is one of my favorite dies.

auscrafts said...

lovely christmas card and clever use of left overs

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Wow what a lovely card, must make a note when laying out dies to that I can get 2 for the price of 1I usually take my dies to the edge so I can get the most out of the paper/card but now where I place the dies will turn into another card,happy crafting.
Tina x

Heather said...

Good morning Sue
What a lovely card today and such a beautiful way to use up our 'scraps' which we all save to use later but never do.
Hugs x

guffie said...

Morning Sue i love to use the left overs as i hate to throw anything away especially as card is so expensive and this card is a great idea and it looks soooo gooood too xx gail

nmty said...

Hi sue, what a great card, i hope you won't mind if i use some of your xmas designs in my own cards this year. Although i don' t have all the dies, but could improvise with some thank i already have. You have given me so many ideas to try.

I love this one, the grid work must have taken you ages and looks so effective.

thanks for all the ideas.
lv norma

Erica said...

Morning Sue,
I love the shape of this card and the monochrome look. A great use of the negative images we all collect.
Erica x

Val in Spain xxx said...

Good Morning Sue. Two cards out of one cut. Very economical. Love this card. Really classy colours. A definite hit with me.

barbiepinkfairy said...

Love it! Monochrome is classy! This card could so easily be adapted to a non christmas card by changing the dies. May well try it later today!

AdrienneQ said...

Great card and also thanks for the super photos, it heps so much to see them close up.

marg said...

Hello Sue
I love the Holly Dies, what's not to love ? The DL is a nice change of shape I have a few of these and the borders fit nicely on these. Beautiful card Sue !
LoveMarg

evis said...

Hi Sue,

Another great card. Would look as good in other contrasting colours.
Have a great day.

Evis.

Anonymous said...

Love it !! Another one to try,maybe today? Mabex

Maryann said...

Soo beautiful and CAS. I love the simplicity in it and the fact that we can save some scraps this way is perfect too.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, Such a fantastic idea for using up your negative pieces of card etc and the scored card underneath adds lots of interest, simply beautiful and the bow is just divine as usual. Lots of love from Patricia xx

Bea said...

Lovely card Sue - I really like the effective use of the negative image

nancyd said...

Hi Sue, Loved this card On C&C when you demo'd
it the blue doesn't show up very good
on blog but it was very elegant.
Yesterdays card is great too.
Nancyd xx

Karen said...

Ingenious, You have such great ideas, I will place my holly dies carefully so I have lots of scraps to try this one. xx

nancyd said...

Hi Sue, Loved this card On C&C when you demo'd
it the blue doesn't show up very good
on blog but it was very elegant.
Yesterdays card is great too.
Nancyd xx

Granny Ado said...

Sue, you just keep coming up with great ideas. Brills.

Laura O said...

Have this die and I use it a lot but not for christmas.I snip the holly bits off and it is really delicate looking then.Not mad about this card Sue .Black and White is good though and I like the way you scored the black background.Laura O

Laura O said...

Have this die and I use it a lot but not for christmas.I snip the holly bits off and it is really delicate looking then.Not mad about this card Sue .Black and White is good though and I like the way you scored the black background.Laura O

Shahab said...

Hi Sue , Another Wowser Card
again Black & White very classic
I have a few friends that I could send this style to
Thank you for sharing
Shahab x

Lydia Jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Loved this card when you demonstrated it on C&C. Have not got these dies yet they are on my wish list.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Janice K said...

What a great card to produce from left overs! Like the longer style and I'll have to remember the great grid technique. Thanks!

kimmie_35 said...

This is beautiful... another lovely bow!
Hugs
Kim
x

Dawny T said...

Morning Sue
What a fab idea. I would have thrown the piece of card away but thanks to your great ideas you have taught me never to throw anything away now. My husband will be pleased!!! Love the scoring on the black card looks so effective.

Julia Watts said...

Fab idea! love, Julia xxx

Victoria said...

I'm always collecting snippet and leftover ideas! This is a brilliant idea!

Sandra F said...

Lovely card Sue.

kimberley said...

what a clever card sue and very stunning in it's simplicity.once more you give inspiration,take care, x

yvette said...

I love this card! It's such a pretty shape!

sarah hyett said...

Hi Sue, wow another lovely card. Love the black and white.

Sarah

Marianne's Craftroom said...

What a great way to se the negatvie pieces, nothing wasted.

angiec said...

wow who would have thought you could make such a lovely card from waste

Kathy said...

Hi Sue - this is a great way to use up the negative pieces, just a bit of forethought needed when placing the dies. Love the black and white but I'd have needed a pop of red to make it Christmassy!, perhaps the tag. Thanks for the great idea though. Kathy x

Cumbrianlass said...

Hi Sue, a wonderful way to use up the negative, I will place my dies on the card more carefully from now on.
Janet

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue

What a lovely simple card from leftovers! I will have to make sure that I line up my dies like this so I can use them too! Of course the lovely bow really makes the card. Love Jean x

Marleine said...

Morning Sue.
Another stunning card. I love it. Changing the colour of the ribbon to suit and it would look different each time. x

Jane in Spain said...

Very clever!!

Marion said...

what a lovely card Sue.
like the others have said ,must try and line dies up next . this die is on my never ending wish list.
Marion

Lisa said...

Such a beautiful card Sue and love the monochrome feel of it.

Still playing away with all the goodies I got in the box.... my children keep looking in and say that you are a very kind lady to see a person all those nice things to play with!! and I have to agree!

lots of love

Lisa Ransom
xx

nannapat said...

Lovely card Sue - a classic look. I've got the holly motifs and accents on my wish list - I think I'd better move them to my shopping list! Great idea to score the die cuts too. Pat x

Anthea said...

Just loving all these Christmas cards they are fantastic, great idea to use the leftovers. Hugs xx

Sue Lewis - Paynter said...

the possibilities r endless thx 4 inspiration its simply gorgeous wat more is there 2 say apart from keep em comin plzzzzzzz

Victoria said...

Nice shape for a different look. Another very effective Christmas card Sue.

hotpotato said...

Another lovely idea.

Wendy L said...

A gorgeous christmas card. xxx

Moni said...

Fab card and great details. Hugs,Moni

Joesgrandma said...

There is very fine detail in this card and it is very Christmassy! Love the techniques Sue and the pearls Happy Monday!

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Sue

I loved this card when I saw it on C&C but it's much nicer close up.

It's a great way of using the negative.

Sue xx

Linda said...

What a great card
hugs Linda

Tracie Carmody said...

Love the use of black and white x

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue.
I saw you demo this card last time you were on C&C and loved it.
Have a lovely day,Bren

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I really like this card and it sounds really quick and easy to make.
Beverley W

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue from a very sunny and warm morning in Burgundy - I love black and white and the scoring of the background really gives depth. I love to find ways of using all my bits and pieces whenever I can.
Janet x

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, What a wonderful way of using left over pieces. Makes a very different winter or Christmas card.

Love Rosemarie xx

HiggiSue said...

What a striking card Sue. I think I need to try this rather than cutting strips of card to fit my dies on. l love how there are so many possibilities

yorkielass said...

Good morning Sue. WOW What a lovely card and and a great way to use up those pieces I keep in a box and never use.
The gridwork is soooo effective and of course love the bow.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs June xx

HiggiSue said...

What a striking card Sue. I think I need to try this rather than cutting strips of card to fit my dies on. l love how there are so many possibilities

dutchess said...

Morning Sue.....just a wonderful card its simple but stunning....never that thrifty as my room is so small I chuck everything in the bin! I used to keep it but ended up with boxes of bits....I know naughty! thanks Sue for all the inspiration....got my dies at last! take care Margaret

sue said...

Morning Sue, I love this card, the holly dies are really nice. Great idea with the left overs, shame to waste them and I would love to receive a card like this.
Hugs Sue M x

HiggiSue said...

What a striking card Sue. I think I need to try this rather than cutting strips of card to fit my dies on. l love how there are so many possibilities

Elaine said...

Morning sue. Gorgeous just love the holly dies. Great card cant believe its made from bits x

Mac Mable said...

Good idea and techniques in this card..Love the colours and thank you for sharing it with us, Beverley x

Lacelady said...

Oooh, waste not, want not Sue - what a pretty card from left overs.

lilygee said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
lilygee said...

What a lovely idea to use the scoring as a background - also no waste - thanks for sharing it Sue
love lilygee

Jackie D said...

Hi Sue,
What a good idea to make us think beofre we cut so that we can make two cards with one idea, so thank you for the idea and for the elegant card
love from Jackie D

hazel said...

Morning Sue lovely idea for the waste love it xx hazel

Neha Jain said...

lovely

cebelica said...

This card is SO beautiful!

AnneRD said...

An elegant card Sue, and great photographs to show the details. Anne x

nesscraftyqueen said...

Oh so glad you have put this on the blog. I tried to replicate this just after you did it on C&C and it wasn't as good as I thought. Now having read your instructions, I know where I went wrong, I hadn't stood the topper off the background mat. So going to do it again and am sure there will be much better results.

Also, I was on the Spellbinders site last night and seen the CFT strip dies, can you get those over here for us please, I have really enjoyed using my CFT dies as I used to do a lot of lace and they look super.

Also, can't wait for the new 'magnificent' die sets, they look gorgeous.

Crafting hugs
Ness

AnnR said...

Excellent card Sue, very classy. I normally throw the negative pieces away but now I will focus more on where I cut card so that I can use the negative.

"Talk to the Tail" said...

What a lovely lovely card Sue. Simple yet elegant. :0)

MARGARET said...

Hi Sue
What a great way to use your leftovers, very thrifty.
Margaret L

jane gray said...

What a lovley card sue. A great way to use you leftovers.

Jane:-)x

Carol S. said...

Hi Sue, I save a lot of my 'negative' pieces of card but never get around to using them. Now seeing how good they can look, I am going to have a go today! Hugs, Carol S.xx

nzillingworth said...

Hi Sue
Very nice shape card. Like the happy accidents when they happen.lol, Fab idea scoring the back ground. Also like the corner bits softens it so much and adds interest. Fab Christmas card. Good job xxx
born again spellbinder
Nadine xxhug
nzillingworth@hotmail.com

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, all the nice things that have already been said, twice over. A very clever card. I have used negative frames before but hadn't thought of using the borders in this way.
Yesterday was lovely (comparably!) so not much crafting done as most of the day was spent working in the garden but guess what - today it's raining, so I can craft to my heart's content.
Have a good day everyone.
Frances

fluffycat said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Oksana said...

Just beautiful and lovely choice of colours!x

KellysKards said...

Lovely Christmas card.

Anonymous said...

A beautiful Card.
You really are a genius Sue! Such a great idea of using score board to enhance a space, the negatives are so effective too. Love it all.
Val C x

Skybluepink said...

Love the simplistic elegance of this card also a wonderful way to use up the waste, another winner to copy I think x

Debby Berry said...

Sue,
This card is anything but simple. Lovely

Lizzie said...

Hi Sue
Super card love the colours the card has brightened my day up as its raining again
Thank you
Lizzie (serial copycat)xox

Glass Daisy said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely idea. Beautiful card Sue.
Sonia x

greendragon said...

Think I say you do this on the tv and liked it then. Have bought the dies, so will definitely try this out. Great card Sue.

Celina Dee said...

Hi Sue!
You won't believe this but i did someting very similar with my holly dies.
I love doing things with the negative spaces.
Waste not, Want not!! as they say.

(going off on a tangent now)
If you are lookingh for teal card try the new Kaisercraft paper on ebay or scrapbook.com does loads as well.
Warning if you go with scrapbook.com you may have to pay import fees on arrival.
Still ebay has so much of it. My current fave is kaisercraft.
I 'see' you in the morning
Waterford - Ire

salem said...

fab card very different , like all,rain again any tennis i wonder

lorraine (classylady) said...

Hi Sue what a brilliant card and from the waste. Did you see Leonie cut the fancy Christmas tree this morning, she got in a pickle, in error she did what you said not to do and embossed it went to pieces. It Makes the rest of us not feel so bad...LOL

regards
lorraine - scotland
xxx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. What a great card!! Also what a great idea!! Just making a card out of what would have been the aperture waste looks fab!! I love the whole layout of this card but I think personally I would use colours that are more Christmassy !! I think your grid work underneath is a great idea too. An elegant and classy looking card love Tres x x x

Christine said...

This looks simple,(enough to set us all attempting it) but there is quite a lot to it, and plenty to look at.
Thank you, Sue
Christine
x

Sue B said...

Morning Sue, what a lovely idea why didn't I think of that,lol.Waste not want not is what they say & only you could think of doing great cards with leftovers. Quite a small bow for you Sue but looks great.
Sue B

Ann said...

Hi Sue

I think this card is so nice and what a good idea to use both the negative and positive just making sure you line them up straight. Will be using this idea for Christmas cards thankyou

Hugs Annx without an "e"

gwen70 said...

Really beautiful Sue

franzesjoi said...

beeeautiful card, sue!!! ekkkkkk sue got the pretty stamps! thank you soo much particraft!!!! :)

hollyberry said...

Hi Sue A great card and no one would know you were using up leftovers.Very thrifty and a good idea in these times.

Vie Carter said...

Love the use of these dies, very inventive

Vie
x

Carol said...

hi sue
what a great card from left overs
the colours are fab.will be a great xmas card and a quick one.

Love Carol xxx

Meg said...

Really like this card Sue. Still not ready to start making xmas cards but I will have plenty of ideas to work with when I am.

Isn't it time we mutated to having webbed feet??? Three arms and hands would be good too so I can carry two bags of goodies from the shops and still be able to hold my brolly!!!!

Maid of Kent said...

Hi Sue
This Is a lovely card, elegant and what a thrifty way of making christmas cards. Lol Ann

nattyboots said...

Thanks Sue ,for another great Christmas card ,your ideas and tips are always welcome.

Elaine H X

Phil D said...

lovely card Sue - great to use the negative pieces - colours great as always

Phil D

Sue Parish said...

Hi Sue,
Remember this one (I think) it was on tv.
A great one for me as I get huge satisfaction from using up the leftovers!
Thanks for the inspiration,
Sue x

SUZYD said...

GORGEOUS CARD.SUZYD X

Margaret said...

Oh Sue I do like this one, I hate waste therefore it is right up my street! Such a lovely card with a super bow, still at the practice stage with my bows, your demonstration on C & C really helped
Margaret.

Lorraine said...

wow this is stunning sue i love how you use the negatives of the dies its great xx

Sandybee said...

This was just about my favourite card from the christmas shows Sue, its gorgeous

xx Sandra

Craftychris said...

Fabulous! I love the simplicity of this one xx

3362Jan said...

Hi Sue. Do you ever sleep????
As it happens I have this die, and yes I have been inspired yet again.
Thanks again. Jan.x

Rose in Chester said...

This is an absolutely super card - what a clever use of the negatives.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
lovely card, love the shape of the card, also really like the idea of the grid work behind the borders, also a great idea to use ALL the MANY pieces of card us crafter's save.
hugs
Sandra (craftynan)

scottish crafter said...

Hi Sue Love this card

Ladock girl said...

Stunning card. Love Linda xxx

Sue - said...

Love this card - like the idea of using the negatives!

joy said...

Hi Sue.
Lovely card and changing the colour
for more cards.
joyce.e

nikkib said...

Great way of using up the left over bits, I'm all for using everything you can..... x

alimecca said...

Hi Sue
What a lovely card! The holly border is gorgeous.

Carole Z said...

Stunning Sue, a really elegant card, Carole Z X

Jane said...

How inventive you are the pieces of card I throw away when I could have been making cards with them lol. Lovely card today

Jane xx

Christine Hussey said...

Hi Sue, I love the holly dies and what a great way of using the negative pieces. A lovely card. Fantastic ideas Sue, keep them coming.
Hugs Christine H xx

Lara B said...

Good afternoon Sue
Loved this card
Great use of the leftovers and the scored background. I recently invested in a score board and scored a grid pattern just to see what it would look like, you've given me some inspiration!
Many thanks
Have a great day
Lara xxx

Cornish Emma said...

A lovely card and getting 2 out of a piece of card which is great for xmas makes. I love these holly borders.
Emma

Lucy said...

The background grid is a nice touch. I never throw away the negative spaces either. I usually put them on a colored piece of card stock just to see what they look like. More often than not, there are some interesting possibilities. Also, more often than not, I don't have time right then to do anything with them, so I put them in the "to do" drawer. {sigh} Outstanding piece of work!

vanessa said...

Hi Sue, WOW. WOW. WOW. I love this card, take care vanessa xx

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. This is another clever clever card. Using up leftovers is close to any crafter's heart. Lovely. xx

Linda (Lindyloo) said...

Hi Sue,
I remember seeing this on C&C and I thought then how effective it is. As you say it can be just a waste piece and instantly you have something special that really didn't have to be cut out. Now that's what I call recycling, Go Sue...LOL!!
The embossed line behind the cutouts is very effective and for those wanting to be a bit more finicky (do you get the idea that I mean ME!) you could even mark the position of the holly leaves and score lines in the lower layer to replicate the veins in the leaf. Yea, OK!! not everyone wants to be that fussy; just an idea as I am a terror for just playing around with things. Anyway, a stunning card that could be replicated easily for batch needs and would look elegant everytime.
I hope you are well and not working too hard. When are we going to see you again, hope it's not too long. I assume you will be bringing some of the Summer CHA releases to us sometime soon (like the Christmas tree in the last show); I do hope so. Some of them look amazing.
Take care. Best Wishes Linda xx

Helen O said...

Beautiful creation Sue, love the mini bauble and the bow etc thank you Helen O xxx

Christine Smith said...

Hi Sue, Lovely Card! I love the technique of just simply scoring the card to add a bit of interest to a background, I'll definitely be trying that :D Best Wishes, Christine :D

sheila said...

This is such a brilliant card using the negative, I imagine it would look good with more than two layers and with different coloured backgrouds. I just love how you get so much out of a set of dies.

CathyinMN said...

Very nice card! Great way to use up extra pieces and negative cuts.

Belinda Barton said...

what a great idea, I think I may have a go at this one!

Belinda Barton said...

what a great idea, I think I may have a go at this one!

yorkie said...

Hi Sue
I love this card it all just works so well
Not got these dies but plan to try a similar design using my leaves die
Take Care
Theresa x

Planetsusie said...

I really loved this card when you demonstrated it on C&C. I like the fact that you can use the negative like this - plus a very simple background. The sort of card you could make loads of and feel very satisfied.

Thanks for sharing your creativity.

Hugs Sue Pass xx

Barbara said...

Beautiful card and great use of the waste card. Have the dies and love them.

jennywren1947 said...

what a lovely card wouldnt think it was left overs
hugs chrisx

jennywren1947 said...

what a lovely card wouldnt think it was left overs
hugs chrisx

melanie said...

Love this design .Melanie

JoanB said...

Hi Sue,
there you go again using the negative and to such good effect! a simply beautiful card.
Joan B.

Su said...

Lovely, classy and elegant card Sue!

Su (Soop) x

Roma said...

who'd have thought, such a beautiful card usin leftovers!!

Carolyn B said...

Another lovely card. I love the way you use 'negatives'

Carolyn B

Linda said...

This is beautiful and loving the embossed card under the negative white card. Another stunning bow.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Love this card. It definitely does not look like leftovers. The black coming through the cream is so strong / powerful. With Love & Light Theresa. H

Anonymous said...

What a lovely card.
Grimsby Chris

Ria said...

Hi Sue
This is a lovely card and a clever use of your score board.
I love the bow and little tag.
Ria

uksharon said...

Just sent an email = loving all your inspiration. Have as yet still to play with your newest spellbinders, micro beads and flakes.
Best wishes, and congratulations on all your success - well deserved. Would like to see more of your other techniques and inspiration - loved your shaving soap etc demo's and your stamped cards (rubber stamping images)
SHARON

Deborah said...

Hi Sue...I saw you make this on C&C just recently...very clever idea to use the negative of the die.

Take care now.
Deborah. H :)

Ayelet said...

beautiful and snowy card!

Buttons said...

So anyone else might be tempted to throw away the 'waste' but not you! This works so well. Hugs, Buttons x

jordiegirl said...

Lovely idea to use leftovers.

Findtime2craft said...

Just love how you have used the positive and negative with this card
hugs....wendy

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue - a stunning card in it's simplicity!! Love Sam xxx

lesley said...

hi sue cant believe you have made such a lovely card from something most of us would throw away!! amazing love lesley xx

lindyloo12 said...

What a lovely card, and just using the negatives too, you are sooooooo clever!

john said...

well that card gives me so much inspiration to use the bits of card that i have left over
debbie pugh xx

Marianna Hammer said...

This really is a pretty card. I admire your ingenuity :-)

Claveh said...

Love the way that this card is almost using the "waste", great idea and of course no waste as positive die cut would go for another card. Great. Thanks xxx

magpie said...

"Wow!" Sue & "thank you!" Absolutely gorgeous card & reminding us that it doesn't always have to be a 8x8, 7x5 or 6x6 card. It's good to go oblong or round too! I've still not done anything yet with the holly border negatives I've got but I will now....! Thank you Sue! xx Love Karen xx

all750n said...

Hi Sue,
Loved this card when I saw you make it on C & C, I'm amazed at how you use all your scraps up!

Anonymous said...

Awesome blog! Do you have any suggestions for aspiring writers?
I'm hoping to start my own site soon but I'm a little lost on everything.
Would you advise starting with a free platform like Wordpress or go for a paid option?
There are so many choices out there that I'm totally confused .. Any ideas? Appreciate it!
Also visit my web page - how to download movies

Anonymous said...

I like the valuable info you provide in your articles.
I will bookmark your blog and check again here frequently.
I am quite certain I will learn many new
stuff right here! Best of luck for the next!
Also visit my webpage : online ways to make money

Anonymous said...

It is the best time to make some plans for the future and it is time
to be happy. I've read this post and if I could I want to suggest you few interesting things or suggestions. Maybe you can write next articles referring to this article. I want to read more things about it!
My homepage ; real cash Loans

Anonymous said...

My spouse and I stumbled over here from a different web page and thought I might check things
out. I like what I see so now i'm following you. Look forward to looking at your web page for a second time.
Stop by my weblog :: what can i do to make money from home

Anonymous said...

Thanks for finally talking about > "Warm Winter Wishes" < Liked it!
Feel free to surf my weblog best ways to make money with money

Anonymous said...

Hello, i think that i saw you visited my blog so i came to
“return the favor”.I'm trying to find things to improve my website!I suppose its ok to use some of your ideas!!
Visit my web blog - how to earn extra money online

Anonymous said...

It's a pity you don't have a donate button!
I'd certainly donate to this outstanding blog! I suppose for now i'll settle for book-marking and adding your RSS feed to my Google account.
I look forward to brand new updates and will share
this blog with my Facebook group. Chat soon!
My weblog ways to make money quick

Anonymous said...

Good day I am so delighted I found your blog page,
I really found you by mistake, while I was searching on Digg for something else, Nonetheless I am
here now and would just like to say thanks a lot for a fantastic post
and a all round exciting blog (I also love the theme/design),
I don’t have time to browse it all at the minute but I have bookmarked it
and also added in your RSS feeds, so when I have time I
will be back to read more, Please do keep up the
great b.
Review my web page - Work At Home Jobs Legit

Anonymous said...

May I simply just say what a comfort to uncover a
person that actually understands what they are discussing on the internet.
You definitely realize how to bring an issue to light and make it important.
A lot more people need to check this out and understand
this side of your story. I was surprised you aren't more popular given that you definitely have the gift.
Review my web site ... work from home jobs that are real

Anonymous said...

This is really interesting, You are a very skilled blogger.

I have joined your feed and look forward to seeking more
of your fantastic post. Also, I've shared your web site in my social networks!
Also see my website > Onlinecasinoxb.Com

Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness! Awesome article dude! Thank you, However I am experiencing problems with your
RSS. I don't know the reason why I can't join it.
Is there anybody getting identical RSS issues?
Anyone who knows the solution can you kindly respond?
Thanks!!
Feel free to surf my weblog : onlinecasinoxa.com

Anonymous said...

Hi! This is kind of off topic but I need some help from an established blog.
Is it very difficult to set up your own blog? I'm not very techincal but I can figure things out pretty quick. I'm thinking about setting up my
own but I'm not sure where to begin. Do you have any points or suggestions? With thanks
Feel free to surf my page ... free online casino games Check Out onlinecasinoxs.com

Anonymous said...

Hi, I log on to your new stuff regularly. Your story-telling style is witty, keep it up!
Check out my web page ; Online casino usa

Anonymous said...

Having read this I believed it was very informative. I appreciate you spending some time and effort to put this informative article together.
I once again find myself personally spending way too much time both reading and posting comments.
But so what, it was still worthwhile!
My web-site ; online casino

Anonymous said...

Aw, this was a really nice post. Taking a few minutes and
actual effort to generate a very good article… but
what can I say… I put things off a whole lot and
never manage to get nearly anything done.
my web page - affiliates

Anonymous said...

It's going to be finish of mine day, except before end I am reading this impressive article to improve my know-how.
Here is my web site - affiliate marketing

Anonymous said...

Admiring the time and effort you put into your blog and in depth information you offer.
It's great to come across a blog every once in a while that isn't the same old rehashed information.
Excellent read! I've bookmarked your site and I'm including your RSS feeds to my Google
account.
Also visit my weblog ; online slot casinos

«Oldest ‹Older   1 – 200 of 471   Newer› Newest»