Friday, 1 February 2013

Have A Great Day

 Hi bloggers!  Since we have been on girlie overload for the past few days, I thought I would show a rather unisex card for today.  I do apologise, however,  as it got a tiny bit damaged on the flight home from Florida last time so it has a bit of a wave to the sides. To begin the card,  I picked a piece of rusty red card (tomato red) for my background.  I used the Antique Labels One die from Justrite to cut an aperture in the centre of the card.  Next I embossed the background with the Brick/Bark embossibility folder.  I added a tan mat (which doesn't really show up in the photo well) and then a black background.  I used a score board to put small horizontal lines in the background edges.  I also used black Cosmic Shimmer PVA glue to do a row of dots on either side.  I stamped the Friends labels One stamp in black on taupe card and embossed it with clear powder.  I used the two smaller stamps  and stamped them on to taupe card also.  The top and bottom one match, but I changed the small sentiment on them.  The centre one is a different stamp from the set, but I cut out all three with the matching die.  I inked them with Antique linen while in the die.
 I added 3D foam to the back of my embossed background for depth and dimension.  I added the smaller stamped die cut to the centre and then the two matching stamped die cuts to the top and bottom of the card.  I added a double mat of taupe card and just pierced the inner layer on the sides this time.  While there probably isn't as much versatility in this type of card, it would probably work in some of those situations that are difficult to find just the right thing that isn't too frilly.  Maybe you can offer up a few other ideas for occasions that it could be used for.  Finished dimensions are 7" x 7 1/2" in size.  All for now, Sue x



140 comments:

Lacelady said...

Not so 'frilly' this one, but those stamps make it. I think I'd use a lighter colour, as this red doesn't really appeal, but in the darker shades, it would be a great man card.

Yet more good ideas Sue, you never cease to amaze me at your inventiveness.

Jan.moogie said...

Where do you come up with these fab ideas Sue? xx

Karen R said...

Could be a very useful card to have at hand for a short notice card, clean and simple and easy to adjust the greeting for those Ahhhhhh I need a card moments xx

Debby Berry said...

Good morning. Sue,
You are on a black and red roll, I like those colors together. Lovely card. Cheers

SUzanne Thomas said...

Bore Da Sue, What a beautiful card Sue. You never cease to amaze me Sue what ever you do Sue. I love the colour combination. x. x. x

Heather said...

Hi Sue
This card is great really lovely. It is just what I need for inspiration today as I am going to use this embossing folder.

I have at last tracked down some aluminium tape as I found the big well known DIY shops did not sell it. When I did find it, it was in a rather large well known timber merchants, and I say this to help others, it was a large roll for £11.45 and I said that I couldn't afford that and he knocked the price down to £7 something to help me so it pays sometime to quibble it just shows how much the add on to things girls!! it is a huge roll will probably last me a long while but I do have a lot of male cards.


MICHELLE
I do feel I want to mention Michelle it was not you I was having a go at it was the spammers that have hit Sue's blog over recent weeks and the message referred to had already been removed by Sue when you posted and I hope you get your help re your blog that is what we are here for to help each other.

Crafty Hugs to all
Heather Rogers xx

Debs Artliff said...

Morning Sue another beautiful card. The colour is so striking but its im thinking it could be for a male or female card. But i think id do it in differant colour. I must say sue i wish id got a talent like you you just keep coming up with great card day after day. Take care sue. Xx

Debs A

baconbits said...

Morning Sue,
On a roll with red and black combo - Valentines is in the air.
Really liking this design.
Hurry home
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Michelle said...

Good morning Sue,

This is a great card for men, it is always so hard to think up new ideas for male cards. I love the red brick embossed wall effect and red and black is always a winner.

Thank you for your email Sue, I will be replying today but I just want to say for now thank you very much for your help and advice. I would also like to thank the lovely ladies who emailed me yesterday and also offered me advice, you know who you are. :-)

Heather I understand now what happened yesterday and that spam posts are being made to Sue's blog. Unfortunately I didn't see it so when your comment appeared under my post I thought you were referring to me. I hope I did not upset you or anyone else with my reply and if I did I am truly sorry.

((Hugs for now))

Michelle E xx

Ladock girl said...

Very good all round card today, for male or female, valentine, anniversary, thank you, or birthday. This card would do it all. Love Linda. xxxx

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, I think this card is brilliant, there are always some people that don't do frilly. Like the colours. Bx

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,

Striking card today, not sure about the tomato red card (maybe dulling it down like a real old brick wall), great card though.

Donna Jones

Michelle said...

Hi Heather,

I've just seen your post, I must have been typing mine when you posted. Isn't awful how these spammers can cause such misunderstanding and upset to people? We're all here for each other and Sue is absolutely fabulous and such an inspiration and does not deserve to have things like this happen on her wonderful blog. At least we have been able to clear this horrible mess up.

Crafty hugs back
Michelle xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A truly unisex card today, can be embellied up for a girlie and 'cogged and twined' for a male, the stamps are beautiful.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - like it but can't think of an ocassion when I could use it - but I have only just woken up so brain not in gear yet. Coffee needed!
Rgs
Clare W

Alice G said...

Morning Sue,

Great ideas as always! I think the stamps are good generic option but guess you could adapt this to bring in any stamps that might be of specific interest to the individual as well.

Got my Sue Wilson stamping DVD in post yesterday and enjoyed every moment!! It's got loads of techniques and its fab having the ability to watch the demos whenever I'm trying them out myself. The step by step guide makes it simple and easy to follow so to all my fellow bloggers - you need this DVD from info on techniques to making different flowers and embellishments its just a jewel in your crafty stock cupboard.

You should be advertising this Sue, I didn't even know it existed & would definitely buy more if you decide to make another one!!!

Love & hugs
Alice xx

englishrose897 said...

Morning Sue, great card as always..Sally

Corinne said...

Hi Sue great card would make fab fathers day card or Teenage boys card using brick background with skateboard stuff!!hugs Corinne

Bosquie said...

Really good one for the boys in your life! Just wish I was half as good as you at stamping. I'm rubbish, so my sentiments are done on the computer and printed out on matching card. XX

Wilma Brown said...

Hi Sue, lovely card and dramatic colours.

Wilma x x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Another lovely card yet again - don't know how you do it but am so glad you do. The embossing really changes the look of it. Fab.
Beverley W

Celina Dee said...

A card for the guys I think. Strong colours.

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Annie said...

Morning Sue! You really keep us on our toes and your talent is just amazing! Not a single embellishment and it still looks fab! Haven't bought these yet, the budget still suffering from the Must Haves recently LOL but they're on my list. Would love to know more about your DVD??? Didn't know you had brought one out. Please tell! I would get it immediately despite the budget overload!!
TFS Hugs Annie

tracy w said...

Hi Sue great card love the red and black theme gives me a idea to use me left over bits of card thankyou tracy w xx

Anonymous said...

Really different today, Sue - like the tomato red. A lot of work has gone into what appears to be an easy
card to make, you are so inventive.

'P' in Wales

Patricia said...

Good Morning Sue,
No bows or flowers!!!!!but I like it.I really love that stamp.
Great concept that could be used for many occasions.
Have a Great Day

Patricia xxx

Joesgrandma said...

Very manly card. Love the brick wall embossing. Thanks Sue!

Findtime2craft said...

Great male card simple statement.love it.
hugs....wendy

foxyg said...

Love the stamps. Not keen on the background though.

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Love the brick embossing, a great style for the men in our lives, love the colour combo also.
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

Marleine said...


Morning Sue,
Very smart man's card. Not the colour I would choose but ideal for this background. X

HiggiSue said...

Nice card Sue....my only point is.that i am not a stamper and don't have outright stamps so would love more ideas.using inking and other.techniques with the dies.

Jenny wren said...

Hi Sue, A great man's card loving the red and black. Where do you get your idea's from? You never cease to amaze us keep it coming.
Crafty hugs jenny x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue Definately a man's card and simple to follow, I liked the matting background as well which could be used for various men cards. Take Care Love Michelle xxx

Dawn Searle said...

Good Morning Sue, I am a redhead so red is never a colour I wear in clothes, but I love the dramatic statement it makes in cards. This would make a great guys card and I love the brick/bark background.
Hugs Dawn xx

Jane said...

I really like it something a little different.

Jane xx

Lynne M said...

Hi Sue, great colours and layout for a man/teenager card. Can see this in lilac/ White for female relations. Will have to pinch this idea with your permission. Lol Lynne M

SPAM BLOGGERS - leave this blog alone!!!! It is for Sue and her "Wilsonettes"

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
Although not a format I would readily think of using I do like the colour scheme. I love the brick background and could see this format being used for teenagers going off to Uni, or passing exams with a different sentiment. How about anyone doing a building/bricklaying course at local colleges etc.
Janet x

Marianna Hammer said...

A simple, no nonsence card. Just right for a man. I live the brick background, very masculine. A very nice card.

beachie said...

Hi Sue
Another different card. I do love those stamps. I do like black and red but it could be in any colour to suit the occasion
Audrey x

lainey said...

love that embossing folder Sue!! lainey x

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. Great card. Love the red brickwork, and of course the black goes so well with it. I could use this, in various colour ways, for so many things, especially mens, but also great for "Well done" or "Congrats" for a change. I like something a bit different. Take care.

AdrienneQ said...

Hi,
I thought the card was great.
It made me think of Railways/The Underground and I suppose old shops, I think it is to do with the dies looking like old fashioned advertising on a brick wall.

auscrafts said...

good plainish cards are always good to have ready .I think I would make it in brown and creams not red,but I do like the design

Eemeli said...

Fabulous card. I love the brick wall embossing and could imagine how it would be so nice to use it on masculine cards (or B-day cards for boys). Great layout.

Hugs, Eemeli

Anne Crawford said...

Good guys card I don't have these stamps but could use similar.

Maryann said...

A really great card for a male here Sue, you always knows what to pull out the closet, don´t you?
Have a great week-end now everyone.

Gail said...

Hi Sue,
A very useful card to have in my collection. It could be made in other colours. We don't always need frilly cards.
Thanks for all your inspiration.
Gail C x

Anonymous said...

Great Card, I too think the embossing folder is super not too uniform. Just needs a bit of Graffitti....SUE WILSON RULES!!! Etc.lolMabex

Marianne's Craftroom said...

This is great, especially love the middle sentiment and the bricks

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, Can't believe it is February already! Red, black and white is the theme for the new card swap group I belong to, (Crafty Card Swap) on Facebook this month so may have to adapt this one! I don't have those dies or stamps but could use the ones I have.

Love Jean xx

Marion said...

Hi Sue not sure on this one ,but good to see something differant.
Marion

karenlotty said...

Great card I like this one more than yesterday's coz the black appears more prominent Thanks for the heads up re tape coz I bought the wrong stuff from one of the biggies

Debbie Tinks said...

a good man card Sue nice

June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

Another great card, ideal for the male population

June x

marg said...

Good Morning Sue!
My first thought when I saw the card was KETCHUP even the Dies have that sort of shape!
Love the Red great for Mens cards this will be nice in all colours Sue
Love Marg

Clare said...

Great card, love the brick background.

Clare x

hazel said...

Lovely card Sue love the tomato red brick background looks so authentic. Lovely sentiments too xx hazel

hollyberry said...

Hi Sue
Great card for those men we need to send cards to.Not too sure about the shade/amount of red,it needs toning down a little for me-sorry.

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Another fabulous card for men I love the brick embossing folder must try this one
Hugs x

Carol H said...

This would be a great card for men. Changing the colours would greatly change the look to create a card for the ladies.

dutchess said...

Morning Sue how odd I sent away for these stamps and the die yesterday.....after seeing then on one of your previous cards....now another idea to use ....haven't got the brick folder but thought the hounds tooth would look as good for a Man card! those pesky men......
when are you heading back home, hope Mum and you are having fun....crafty hugs Margaret

Ann said...



Hi Sue

I love this card so many uses especially for the men in our lives. The brick wall embossed background is great say some sporty stamps ie rugby,football,hockey etc and a sentiment and we can use it for men teenage boys and girls.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

hotpotato said...

love the idea.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - I have these dies and stamps and really love them. I like the brick wall effect you have used here. Thank you for your wonderful ideas - YvonneMayxx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, what a fab mans card, no frills, bows, stick pins, etc.
Your ideas are just stunning, take care, Jess x

Anthea said...

Good morning Sue,where do you get your card from it is always in such wonderful colours! Great masculine card today, you could alter the colours cleverly to fit around a guys sporting loves without it being an in your face sports based card. Hugs xx

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
What a great card for all occasions, you ne ver seize to amaze me with your great ideas.,must get back to making more cards this weekend, I have been knitting for a friends premature twin girls this week one 1.13oz and the other 2.4oz so tiny
hugs
Carol xx

Carol Clarke said...

hi Sue
Should have said this would be grat for Father's Day, putting a vehicle or sports picture in the middle aperture.
Carol x

nannapat said...

Not sure about the red but I think it would look great as a really grungy card. Def one for the men in my opinion. Pat x

Erica said...

Morning Sue,
A great guy card today. Such a masculine feel to it, the red brick walll would look great with motorbikes etc.
Erica x

Cornish Emma said...

love all the texture on this card, alot of detail. Emma

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
I like the concept of this card but I just don't like these dies and stamps. They have not grown on me one bit.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I have just got the brick wall folder and it is great. Love this card, could be a man card, or just for someone who is not into flowers, and ribbons etc., (that rules me out thought) Have a great weekend.

Love Rosemarie xx

Sonia Jones said...

Morning Sue, another great card what a great colour red this is, it's not one of these in your face reds! Is this a colour that you are bringing to C&C in the future? I love the background on this too, it's definate must have folder! I'll have to check if i have it and if not then i'll be ordering it! Hugs Sonia

Jean Deane said...

Morning Sue ,
Another great male card which like others I seem to struggle with ,I too love the brick wall embossed background and was lucky to get the folders when they were on c&c . thanks for all your inspiration.

JeanD

Brenda Hanlon said...

Morning Sue,this is a great guys card and would work really well for teens as well with colour core and graffiti.

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. I've been debating about these dies and stamps and just can't get excited about them. However, the idea for this card would work well with other apertures, so yet again, thanks for the inspiration. xx

Jackie D said...

Hi Sue
I don't think I have seen this brick wall folder before but it is certainly one which would be very useful
love from Jackie D

Jean Z said...

Not my type of card i think it's the die cuts i dont like but the layout is good will ues it with differant dies Jean Z xx

guffie said...

firstly i would like to thank Heather who posted about where she found the metal tape ... so cheers Heather.
and now for the card lovely male card love the colours and like you say sue could most definately be an all round card xx gail in eastbourne p.s and yes i do read through all the posts am i sad lol xx

cebelica said...

This isn't really my type of card, but I think the design does look good. Hugs! xx

SusanP, Kent said...

Good Morning Sue,
Loving this red! Today's card screams 'MASCULINE' to me and I can see it serving for Father's Day with an image instead of the sentiment in the centre.
Have a fab weekend.
Sue

bluebell said...

hi sue,nice to see that you will be on t v next week. carnt waite to see what you have got for us.glad what you brough went down well. we all have diffrent tastes.hope you enjoyed the c h a,love bluebell-flowerwood.

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MARGARET said...

Hi Sue
Loely clean simple card, perfect for a man. Love it.
Margaret L

Cazann49 said...

Hi Sue, This is a great card! I definitely need to get that embossing folder!..Love the colours..:)xxx

Madcatmolly said...

Hello Sue, that's a smart card. Thank you xxxxx

Carol S. said...

Morning Sue, Love the idea for this card and I have the brick wall folder. I kept looking at it, as I wasn't too sure about it. For me, although I like the colour combo normally, I think too much red brick was showing for me. It seemed to make it too dark and flat. Maybe a more distressed red piece of card would appeal to me.
Thanks for the inspiration. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Katie-Louise Sweetlove said...

Hi Sue
What a super card this is, I love the different textures and layers on this card and that it can be for both men and women. A great friend card.

Thank you for the inspiration you bring me.

Love Katie-Lou sweetlove

AnnR said...

Love the card Sue ideal for men for any occasion thanks.

aggieosborne1104 said...

Hello Sue,
This is amazing, I love the brick embossing folder. I'm still in awe with how great justrite stamps looked on your pretty cards, coinciding with Spellbinders dies....perfect! You always come up with the best ideas and inspiration, you're our queen of Spellbinders! Thanks for everything
Lots of love, Aggie xxx

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, A great male card, love the brick embossing folder, don't think I have this one, will be looking after I post. The colours are fab,a change of colours and good for spots or DIY type cards for the handy men in our lives.
Thank you to Heather for the heads up about the aluminium.
Hope you and your Mum are having some qaulity time together.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs June xxx

kimberley said...

Very masculine today which is always needed-any chance of cards for children Sue.I know i have a cheek to ask but you always seem to come up with something new and inspiring for us,take care,x.

Vie Carter said...

Hi Sue

I have been reading my fellow bloggers comments and they all love this card, but I don't know why but it does not work for me

Maybe its the uniformity of it, or the Red - don't know

I do however love the brick background, I think maybe in shades of taupe it would work for me

Keep well and safe journey home, it has warmed up a bit here

Vie
x

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Meg said...

Hi Sue,
Not sure this is to my taste but it could easily be adapted.

Margaret O
xxx

Sue C said...

Love your male cards as I find them so hard to design myself - yours give me lots of ideas, thank you xx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
It's not a WOW for me, but a very good one for men.
Have a great weekend out there in sunny U.S.of A.

Victoria said...

Ok for a man but not the usual Wow for me!! Much prefer your bows and flowers!!

Ita said...

Hi Sue,this card does not sing to me,I think the dies and stamps are too heavy.It can only be made if you are into stamping , and know how to stamp and emboss and I am only learning,and this stamp i do not have and am afraid it would be at the end of my list to buy,sorry Sue
Smiles
Ita

iggy said...

mmmmmm very different for your usual style.....my offerings for something else would be perhaps a teenager IF it had different 'motifs' on it. would work for girls as well as boys depending on the decor on it.down with the kids sort of thing. ...

salem said...

love these dies and the brick effect

Malou said...

This is a smple card from you , Sue. Still it's lovely.

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Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

I am in two minds about todays card, although you know different things for different people.

I am sure all of the ladies and gents have thought of this idea, but if not i tried using a piece of card covered with some PVA glue with ordinary kitchen foil stuck to it wait for it to dry and embosse with any folder, i thought it worked quite well and was using things i already had, worth a try.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

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Anonymous said...

Hello Sue,
When I first looked at this card I thought football team, then I thought graffiti. This would make a great teenagers card with the name of the football team they support or their name on the brick background. This is one idea I will keep for my grandsons birthday.
Lovely card for the Boys.
Thank you Sue, Love Brenda Lel x

Laura O said...

another nice card ,love the brick embossing folder.Laura O

CraftyJo said...

That brick embossing folder works beautifully on this card, very striking!

Jan Caven said...

Hi Sue
Not my favourite card but can see it would be good for a mans card.
Love the brick folder tho.
Love Jan x x

Graham Chidgey said...

A great card for the men in our lives.
Crafty hugs to all
Gilly C

nzillingworth said...

Hi Sue
well the writing on the wall with this one (lol). Yes i did just did a card with the wall . Love this embossing folder. Think these stamps are smashing but my stash growing very slowly. (A bit expensive).
If i was writing on your wall would be brill card and keep up the good work,
Born again spellbinder
Nadine xxxhug
nzillingworth@hotmail.com

Fieldsend said...

Hi Sue, another stunning card for today. Love the card and colours too.

Love June
xx

Marion Turner said...

Hi Sue
Great card.
Love the Brick embossing great for mens cards.

Pam said...

A good man card, and can be adapted to different colours. Well done Sue (and you can hardly see the wave)

petlady said...

Hello Sue,this is a different card.I like black and red together, very striking.I think a male card,for this one xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - Definitely a male card this one. I have used a brick embossing card on male cards Sue, I am always pleased with the result.
Val C xx

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nancyd said...

Hi Sue, a very male card liking black and red
a good one to keep in reserve.
Nancyd xx

Janice K said...

A great unisex card. Thank you for reminding us that by simply scoring lines on our card stock we can make an interesting mat/layer. Sometimes we (or at least I!) need these little reminders. x

lynda said...

A black and red card love the colours
lovely card Lynda xx

Susan White said...

What a striking card - I think a similar technique with maybe different folders and stamp sentiments could be used for a multitude of occasions. Thanks, Susan

jackiecal@live.co.uk said...

This is very different, and I'm not too sure about the colour, but as a man's card it's a great idea.

magpie said...

Hi Sue, love the red & black combination, it would make a great male/teenager card, in different colours & nice & simple too! Hope you & all are okay Sue, take care, xx Love Karen xx

lorraine (classylady) said...

Great male card Sue, love the red and black.

regards
lorraine - scotland
xxx

"Talk to the Tail" said...

This would make a brilliant blokes card Sue love the colours and the unfussy appearance xXx

Linda Simpson said...

Lovely friendship card Sue, but I think I would change the colours.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Barbara said...

Love the brick effect, really makes it stand out.

Jill Liddle said...

Those lovely colours again. Super card.

Su said...

Not to my taste, but 'Hey Ho' it'd be boring if we all liked everything the same wouldn't it?

Can't fault the crafting tho'!

Su (Soop)

Jean Woodward said...

Hi Sue, What a lovely card, I love the red and black colours, and the stamps are really useful.

Happy Crafting
Jean x

Sue Parish said...

Hi Sue,
Great colours for a male card - which can sometimes be rather drab, at least they tend to be when I make them! I like the die and stamp shapes a lot. I also liked Corinne's idea of using the skateboard stamps against the brick background - I'm going to try that, thank you Corinne.
Have a great weekend,
Sue xx

JoanB said...

Hi Sue.
I think this card could be adapted for a teenager. Some urban stamps maybe or graffiti stamps would be great on here. I bought some recently having seen them on c&c, Julia was on demoing them.
Thanks for the inspiration.
Joan B.

Viv said...

Where do you get it from? The cards you make are amazing! I love to check in each day to see what you've got for us!

Viv x

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melanie said...

Great card .Melanie

sandra collis said...

i wish i mhad you creativity can not think on my own have to adapt someone else idea and change it a little

Vick said...

Ooh Sue you are a tease, or a bad influence, I haven't decided which yet, lol, I just have to keep saving pennies to keep buying and buying the Just Rite stamp sets, I managed 3 weeks ago to get my first 2 sets and the labels 20 to go with them and now I see some more I have to save for, lol, "Ooh, you are naughty but I like you" hahaha, you'll have to ask your other half where that 'phrase' comes from if he's around my age of 45 and up, he'll know, lol, hugs lovely lady!!! Vick xx
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