Tuesday, 2 April 2013

My Garden Of Friends

 Morning all!  More florals today (I am hoping that spring will take the hint! LOL)  I started by stamping the French Rose  background stamp by JustRite on white card with a black archival ink.  I coloured it with a combination of distress markers and pencils.  Next I cut several of the Ornate Square die and cut it up so that I could use the pieces to peek out from behind the edge of the background.  I glued a piece of vellum over the top of the background to give it a softer, shaded look.  I stamped my sentiment on grey card and cut it out with the tag from the Ornate Squares set.  I over stamped it in white using the text area of the background stamp.  I stamped one of the Ornate Happiness stamps using a clear perfect medium and white embossed it on blush card.  I cut it out and mounted it so the corners went through my ornate sentiment tag.  I mounted the piece in the upper corner of my background.  I matted the entire piece with pink and grey mats to finish my card.  Finished dimensions are 6" x 7" in size. All for now, Sue x





174 comments:

melody said...
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melody said...

Hi Sue, lovely as always, lol don't know about spring though. Hugs Melody xxx

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - tres romantique - like the background stamp - what did you glue the vellum down with? or did you stick it on the reverse side (doesn't look lke it from what I can see in pics)so any glue would not show on the front? I am always hesitant with using vellum because I dont want the glue to show through it.
Rgs
Clare W

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Alice G said...

Very clever the way you used the vellum for a softer look and extending the dies to make a border! Def tips I will use!

Alice x

Michelle said...

Morning Sue, another beautiful card to start the day. Thanks for sharing.

Hugs, Michelle E xx

Debs Artliff said...

Morning Sue youve done it again what a beautiful card love the idea of putting vellum over the top. I wonder what it would look like covered in micro beads as i put them on nearly everything. But i do like the vellum idea. I now think i will have to put this stamp on my wish list. Looking forward to seeing what youve got for us tomorrow. Take care Sue xxx

Debs A

Debby Berry said...

Good morning Sue,
What a clever card, I especially like the background.

Pam said...

Pretty card today although not sure about the muted background. Thank you to all the ladies yesterday for my birthday wishes.

Heather said...

Oh! What a lovely delicate card! I use vellum a lot I think it is very overlooked it creates such an ethereal look to designs. Beautiful Sue.

Looking forward to seeing what you have created for your next stint on C & C

Crafty Hugs
Heather Rogers xx

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tracy w said...

Hi sue beautiful card the vellum makes the card look more softer will try some on my cards thank you Tracy w x

Phi said...

Love how you have used vellum to soften the background. It really brings out the sentiment frame. And that background stamp you used is gorgeous.

Wilma Brown said...

Hi Sue. Once again you have shown a beautiful way with vellum. The card looks softer and very romantic. Love it.

Wilma x x x

englishrose897 said...

Great card Sue, love the use of the vellum, have a great day. Sally

Cee Bee said...

Hi Sue, I love that background stamp, must add to my wants list.. Wish Spring would hurry up we need some sunshine to cheer us all up. until then we will make do with your cards.

hugs n stuff

Carol B

nuttinanni said...

Beautiful card.you always inspire me to look at things differently, have always used velum as a wrap but covering printed card looks so pretty. cherylx

Anne O said...

Hi Sue
This is a beautiful card. I love the effect of the vellum to soften the stamping. The cold this weekend has driven me inside to 'play'! So while my garden is in disarray, I have at least had fun trying out some new techniques thanks to your inspiration.
Thank you for your daily blog
Best wishes , Anne

Rachel Taylor said...

Hi sue
I love the pencil colouring you have done on here , its so soft . A very gentle card today ,love it !
Crafty hugs Rachel x

Maryann said...

Such a gorgeous card here again Sue. You are just amazing girl.

Annie said...

Morning, Sue. What an interesting idea with the vellum! It looks lovely. Back.to work today after a whole week of crafting! Hope you had a good weekend
Hugs Annie

TDQ Karen said...

What a lovely understated card. Beautiful xxx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A beautiful card, loving the background stamp covered with the vellum. I would also like to know how you glued the vellum to the background ?? Loving the sentiment overstamped with script in white, this is very subdued, what white ink did you use please ?? Gorgeous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

val jones said...

Good Morning Sue.Lovely background. I should use vellum more.

Val in Spain xxx

melanie said...

Just love this card so beautiful .Melanie

Helen said...

Love this. I have loads of vellum in my stash, maybe I should dig it out and have a go xx

maxine h said...

Morning Sue,
Another pretty card today, i love the way you've used the ornate square as a border, another one to add to my ever growing list of "things to try".
Love and huga
Maxine xx

auscrafts said...

nice use of the vellum to give a softer feel

Jackie Trinder said...

This card is gorgeous. I'm so glad I have ordered the ornate squares die there are so many ideas to try. Thanks Jackie

happy2craft said...

Good Morning Sue,
Very pretty card, I think I need this stamp, it is lovely, also I think I need the ornate square die, lol. Snowing again here, grrrr.
Have a good day.
Michelle(happy2craft)

Hellma said...

Lovely card design, not to sure about the muted BG, i think it would be lovely in all its glory.

Carole Z said...

Beautiful card Sue, love the dies and design, but not too sure about the use of the vellum to mute the background, but for some reason I'm not a huge vellum fan, so it's probably just 'me'! Carole Z X

mell said...

stunning x

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,

Love the muted effect from the vellum and your frame.

Donna Jones

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I love the effect that vellum gives, it is so soft and gentle. Also like the way you have done the boarder, another beautiful card.

Love Rosemarie xx

Anonymous said...

Dear Sue What a beautiful card, I love it! I know you keep saying don't just look at the die and think it can only do one thing! I would never imagined that you could make a card look like this! It is wonderful! Take Care Love Michelle S xxx

lainey said...

I LOVE the effect of the vellum Sue!! lainey x

Viv said...

I love this card it is so different I'm going o try it out today!
Viv xx

Anonymous said...

Different ideas again, Sue - the vellum gives a soft and other world-ly look - also would like to see it 'bare'! Like the use of the die to create the border. Very pretty.

'P' in Wales

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue
This stamp is so pretty, I love the idea of putting vellum over your stamped image, I too would like to know how you've stuck the vellum on. When I use vellum I usually hide the glue with a topper of some sort or use brads to attach it. The ornate square die looks so different after its been 'Sue'd' lol you always make us think out of the box. Can't wait to see what you have in store for us.
Hugs x
Heather T

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning. Well,its a sunny start here today hurrah. Beautiful card so hopefully it inspires spring to finally get sprung,so to speak.

Margaret said...

Good morning Sue
What a super card you never fail to amaze, absolutely beautiful.
Margaret

Lynne M said...

Hi Sue, a lovely soft muted card . Love the use of the vellum. Lol Lynne M x x

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
A very pretty and delicate card today, we have blue sky and the daffodils in the garden are open and the sun is trying to come out so fingers crossed spring has finally taken the hint.
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

foxyg said...

Lovely, Sue.

Marion said...

Hi Sue not too sure on this one bit too pale for me.
Marion

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I too love the vellum but would like to know how you attached it. Another super card.
Beverley W

Anne Crawford said...

Very pretty card ,but I think because its muted it would be better in reality than in the photos.

Anonymous said...

A lovely subtle look to your card today Sue which I like. It is very delicate. I love the use of vellum and this is something I am trying to get to grips with. YvonneMayxx

marg said...

Good Morning Sue!
The sun is shining, but its still frosty, and my feeders are full of birds having their breakfast!
Love the French Rose stamp and the delicate vellum touch!
LoveMarg

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
I really do like how you have softened the main background with vellum. It gives the card a very etherial and victorian feel. Did you just tag the corners to keep it fixed? I still haven't tried my combination of roses and printed background yet as I don't have these particular dies but must get down to trying them. It's my craft group this afternoon so will see how they have been crafting.
Janet x

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Sue, wonderful card today, love the idea of vellum over the whole front. Emma

baconbits said...

Morning Sue,
Really likingthe use of vellum, it gives a lovely muted tone to the background colour. Itlooks very delicate.
With regards to spring i have sunshine but a very heavy frost.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x


HiggiSue said...

Very pretty card Sue

Debbie Tinks said...

lovely card sue.

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, well the beautiful blue sky and sunshine this morning makes you feel like Spring is here (apart from the frost on the ground)! Lovely card, I received this stamp on Saturday but haven't had a chance to use it yet. Love Jean xxx

kimberley said...

I really don't like this card Sue and in all the time I have been following your blog that has been the first time I have said that!Maybe it's my computer but the colours just look so dull.Still waiting for this stamp to be delivered ..ordered on24 march fromc&c along with dies and ribbons but so far no dispatch date.Don't know what happens to c&c when its your products Sue they seem to go into meltdown,take care,x.

Victoria said...

I like the use of vellum as a top layer to soften the background. Very clever. It's such a soft looking card, beautiful.

Marleine said...


Morning Sue,

This card is great. Love the muted look. X

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
Wow, another stunning card, very chic. Loved how you have covered it in Vellum, it gives it such a soft delicate look
Hugs
Carol xx

gwen70 said...

Really gorgeous, love the soft muted look

Marianna Hammer said...

This card looks very sophisticated. You wouldn't think it did, as it is rather simple to make. But isn't that the case with a lot of cards :)
A very good morning to you :)

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A very romantic card, love the way you have used the dies great idea to try.
We have bright sunshine today but its very cold and windy, at least the sun makes you feel better.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

Fieldsend said...

Morning Sue, let hope we do get the spring now lol. Different card but still like it and think the vellum makes it look more suttle. Enjoy looking at the blog for inspiration. You truly are a lovely Lady.

Love June
xxx

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue the card is so pretty i love it so relaxing to look at. Love Jean Z xx

hazel young said...

Morning Sue we had snow over night and its sunny now so you never know spring might be fighting through this weather we are having. Gorgeous card love the rose background and as always a beautiful sentiment xx hazel

Jean Johnston said...

Just beautiful!!

Ann said...


Hi Sue

Beautiful card love the muted tones with the vellum.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

alimecca said...

Hi Sue
I'm not sure about this one I'm afraid. I'm not really a big fan of vellum when it's used in this way- I love Pergamano parchment crafting though. I really do like the background stamp though and your colouring as always is gorgeous.

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue

Another lovely card today
I especially like the sentiment ,
Now where did i put that stash of vellum ?

Elaine H x

maxine said...

Morning Sue I love this card it has given me so much inspiration on different ways to use the dies x

Izzwizz said...

Very pretty Sue. I had a wonderful weekend playing with my new colouring pencils and log on to find a card coloured with pencils from you. Serendipity! Maddy x

nannapat said...

Another beautiful card Sue - I love that soft look you've got by using the vellum. Pat x

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue

Love this muted card Sue. Vellum looks lovely. Especially with flowers stamped on it and embossed with white embossing powder. Layered up over coloured card.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Very subtle card today, lovely

Tres said...

Hi Sue. What a great card for today.!! It is very pretty and delicate. I really love how you have used the ornate squares. Brilliant idea. I love this background stamp to. It is just beautiful. The only thing I am not to keen on is covering the background stamp with vellum. I think I would have preferred it a bit brighter instead but still a great idea for other cards when needed. happy crafting. Lots of love Tres x x x

Gail said...

What a beautiful soft focus card and loving how you have composed the sentiment tag xx Gail T xx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, beautiful card very soft and gentle, the vellum works well. Take care, Jess x

beachie said...

Hi Sue
This is a great background, love the roses, well I love any flowers. But the roses are special and I do like the way you have done this one
Audrey x

Patricia said...

Good Morning Sue,
Yet another stunner, loving that background and the Vellum for the soft effect.
You truly are No1 when it comes to doing things different with the Dies.
Have a Great Day

Patricia xx

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. I love the subtle effect the vellum gives this beautiful card. Very clever way of using the ornate square die, Thank you Sue. It is a beautiful sunny, but very cold, day here. Fingers crossed Spring is finally here! Take care.

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sue, oh I love this card and the way you added ellum for such a soft effect.....it's stunning! I've been away for the Easter weekend so I missed all of your exquisite creations! Have just seen them and they are all stunning!

Love Sheila xx

Anonymous said...

Sue
Love the card. The vellum adds a softness to the background - I have vellum but don't use it as I don't know what to attach/stick it down with so that it doesn't show through.
Regards
Caroline MacH

Debbie Ravenhill said...

Morning Sue, Well I think your card has made an impression on the weather, the sun is out! Anyway back to your beautiful card. I don't use vellum as I am really unsure how to, but your card looks absolutely stunning with it. I love the background stamping and interlocking the sentiment into another piece of card is such a great idea. It all works beautifully together. Thank you Sue for all your inspiration. Crafty hugs Debbie R xx

Anthea said...

Good morning Sue, sorry to say this card isn't for me, just not my colours. Hugs xx

Anonymous said...

Belinda Raven said...

Hi Sue, thanks for the ideas in this card. I like the vellum layer to tone the card down and the overstamping of the tag in white is so effective.

Hugs, Belinda X

Susan White said...

So beautiful Sue - love the soft effect with the vellum.

Thanks, Susan

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue - So soft and light like the idea of vellum.
Val C xx

Maggie said...

Gosh what a subtle card. This is a must. I love the different textures, gives real depth and that sentiment is just lovely. Good one Sue. xx

Audrone Padervinskaite said...

I love the idea with velum.I never used it before will have a go. But I used greaseproof paper once and effect was very beautiful similar to velum.

Clare said...

Beautiful card, the vellum looks really pretty on the background. We've got blue skies and sunshine here in Liverpool today so hopefully spring will be on the way soon.

Clare x

hollyberry said...

Beautiful card and spring seems to have taken the hint here in Somerset-at least for today!

Carol Yates said...

Morning Sue, another gorgeous card, keep trying for Spring won't you, it was sleeting here when i got up at 8.
Carol.x

Sonia Jones said...

Morning Sue another stunning card. I love the stamp and the fact you've vellum gives it another dimension. Hugs Sonia x

Carol S. said...

Hi Sue, Not sure about this one. It didn't wow me, just nice. hugs, Carol S.xx

Joan Hill said...

Hi Sue,
Love it, this stamp is really lovely, thank you x

karenlotty said...

It seems to be working here in Hertfordshire Beautiful sunshine but I suspect it's cold outside Never used vellum Another addition to my wish list I'm going to see if I can adapt the majestic squares & resplendent rectangles to produce something similar

Jean Deane said...

Morning Sue, Lovely card love the French stamp can't make my mind up on the vellum overlay not a vellum fan,otherwise it's great.
Hugs jean D

magpie said...

Hi Sue, what a beautiful romantic card. The stamp is gorgeous & I love how you've cut the squares & framed it just around the edges.Loving the velum as it gives a lovely soft touch to it. (I love velum!). It's just beautiful xx Love Karen xx

Laura O said...

love the way you used the die to peak out under the background.lovely card .Laura O

utilitygirl said...

Morning Sue. All the cards have been so lovely the last few days (I am just catching up) but especially the poppies - they are my absolute favourite
xx

nzillingworth said...

Hi Sue
love this faded feel. Smashing hanging the die over the edge of the card. Great pink and grey combo. Yep another singing card.
Born again spellbinder
Nadine hug xxx
nzillingworth@hotmail.com

Jackie Calvert said...

Good morning Sue, the snow is slowly melting, so maybe there will be some warm weather to come soon. I'm not as keen on the muted look of this one, though it may be the way it has photographed, I just want to see the background and can't!
Love Jackie C XXX

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, A gorgeous card, love the use of velum, so soft and subtle. Really need that French Rose background stamp.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs June xxx

MARGARET said...

Hi Sue
very different today, but still lovely
Margaret L

Carol H said...

Hi Sue, love the use of the vellum, it make the card very subtle.
Crafty Hugs Carol Healy

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Joanne2403 said...

Hi Sue, I so adore Roses, so pretty but I also like the way you have used Vellum to mute them down and Vellum always seems to add a touch of luxury to any project for me, classy card as usual tfs JoJo xx

Aileen said...

Hi Sue, what a lovely card! I really like the stamp (wish I had bought it on the recent shows) and covering it with the vellum is a very clever idea, making the look lovely and soft.
Look forward to seeing you blog as all you cards are special.
Aileen xx

Trish said...

Hi sue,
This card is more understated than usual and subtley gorgeous. I love the colour combo. TFS
Hugs,
Trish x

Helen VoG said...

Sorry Sue I am not keen on this one today. Although I do like the rose design.

CraftyJo said...

Some very interesting elements on this one Sue, lots of ideas to play with. You may be winning with the Spring encouragement - my daffodils have finally got their heads above the snow and some are even flowering!

madebylilly said...

Oh wow wow wow! I love the effect of the vellum it looks amazing, and so does all the rest of the card.

Love, Lilly xx

SerenePolly said...

What a lovely delicate card Sue. It is good to be reminded to look at dies in different ways!

As to spring, no sign of it in Edinburgh yet!

Christine
xx

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Diane Mortimer said...

It's so pretty, i really like floral cards and the sentiment is just beautiful
Diane from Glasgow xx

nancyd said...

Hi Sue, a stunning card this stamp is a must have
I love the colours you have used
and the velum makes it lovely and soft must try this one and the use of the dies
is great. Nancyd xx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, another lovely card. Pretty and delicate in soft pink.

Lara B said...

Good afternoon Sue
Lovely colour combo, and the vellum gives the card a lovely soft diffused look.
Love your usual clever use of the dies!
Gorgeous card!
Thanks for sharing
Have a great day
Lara xxx

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Lovely card as always Sue!

The softer look makes it a little different and I'm not too sure if it's my thing, but it's still very nice.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Jill Liddle said...

This card is lovely. Very pretty.

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

What a lovely understated card.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

iggy said...

goodness i lorrrrrrrveeeeeeeeee this card...i do have a few daffys poking their heads up out of the cold soil.....& of course my stacks of hellebores that are a proper delight to behold come springtime.......nice in the pinks as we already have lots of yellows etc with the daffys & crocus.

iggy said...

sue. looking at the many many queries re how you stuck your vellum on.......manybe a great idea to tell us all.......share & share alike we were taught as kiddiwinks lol xxx

Glass Daisy said...

Hi Sue,
Soft,gentle colouring. A lovely card.
Sonia x

Meg said...

Hi Sue, sorry not keen on this card today.

Margaret O
xxx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue,
A really lovely card, love the Vellum it gives a gorgeous muted effect. Best wishes, Brenda Lel

lorraine (classylady) said...

Hi Sue love this card, the vellum is great makes it look so soft

regards
lorraine - scotland
xxx

Ita said...

Good afternoon Sue I love the way the velum makes the card subtle ,but I am not gone on the rest of it sorry
Smiles
Ita

lynda said...

Hi Sue lovely card as always would make a lovely anniversary card with different verse,such a softer look with the velum ( Sue how do yo stick the velum without the glue showing through also which glue used )
i love that background stamp.
Hugs Lynda xx

Janice K said...

A great idea to 'chop up' the border from a square die to make the rectangular frame - just love that rose stamp! x

Lindsay Martin said...

Well the spring idea doesn't seem to working yet as we still have snow on the ground.. but lets keep up the positive thinking..!!!!
Todays card is as always lovely and a great use of the cut up dies.. and some vellum for a change.. xx

Paper Junkie said...

I adore the use of vellum on this card Sue - it's so delicate and pretty. X

jeffrey bubbles said...

Been told today that May is going to be scorching!!!!!!!!!! What happens till then is anyones guess. Great card Sue. Kathy xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue love the idea of using vellum to defuse the colour, lovely.
Gilly C

Pearl said...

Hi Sue, have to say that this isn't one of your best - think the colours are too dull! Nice card but needs a bit of bling.

Craftihappiness to you, love from Pearl

ruth jamieson said...

Hi Sue
I am with you roll on spring it will make everyone feel better I am Sure.
this mornings card is loveley never think about cutting up dies but am going to give this a go
hugs Ruth

ShirleyT said...

Hi Sue,

Like this card but its not one of my favourites.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxx

Jane said...

Really effective something a little different.

Jane xx

Marlene said...

Love the ideal with the vellum great. Marlene x

Jackie D said...

Hi Sue,
Another lovely card and I do so like the sentiment you have used
love from Jackie D

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love how you've used the ornate squares around the card and the soft look the vellum gives but like others I don't know how to attach the vellum without glue showing through!
Best wishes, Pat

Carol H said...

Another lovely card but not so sure about the background.

Howdy said...

Love this. Soft and gentle and very different.

Anonymous said...

Lovely, don't know about spring but we have had a little sunshine today!

Mol x

Crafty Nanna said...

Super card Sue, nicely different, as a parcher can see how it can go a step further with the parchwork, I like it a lot

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, another beautiful card. Did you use double sided sticky for the vellum or very carefully used small amounts of glue dots?
God bless
JanNxx

Rose in Chester said...

Beautiful card - I, too, would be interested how you stuck the vellum down. Never been successful with that.

Barbara said...

I really like this card Sue, love the muted background with the vellum. Vellum is something I have but never use!

Gail said...

A very clever card but I'm not sure it's for me! Maybe it will grow on me or maybe you need to see it in real life.
Gail Cx

Wendy Jackson said...

I like the subtle effect the vellum has....very dreamy looking.....fingers crossed it heralds the real start to spring....xx

nikkib said...

really like the softer look of this card Sue, grey and pink always go well and the vellum over it looks great... love it...

Suebak said...

Simply cannot go wrong with a card like this one - delightful. x

Sue Dunn said...

Hi Sue. I'm so pleased to see this card. I ordered the stamp and am eager for it to arrive. Lovely card to receive. Sue xx

Brenda Hanlon said...

Hi Sue, great use of the dies not sure the pics do it justice.

cebelica said...

I like how you used vellum. Very nice card. xx

Ian said...

I love how the velum gives the card a softer look. has normal a beautiful card Sue.

Ian x

PS Blog updated, I wasn't feeling very well earlier.

yorkie said...

Hi Sue
This card is a little unusual for you I thought but it is lovely I like the use of the velum
You Take Care
Theresa x

Fuchsia said...

Stunningly Beautiful !

ang said...

Really lovely card angxxx

Linda Simpson said...

Evening Sue, stunning creation as always.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Malou said...

Beautiful card. Love it.

Hanneke said...

Gorgeous, I love how you used the vellum! Hugs, Hanneke

brenda said...

Hi Sue, not too sure about this card think it might be the vellum, but a lovely design using the ornate squares x

salem said...

lovelly design love colors been sunny here today

katielouise sweetlove said...

Hi Sue
What a beautiful card. I never think to cut up diecuts but the ornate square looks great as a background frame. Love the coloured in flower stamps and the vellum over the top really does soften the look.
Thanks for this inspirational card and your great blog. Best wishes from katielou sweetlove

carol e said...

Hi Sue, loveley card and I like the vellum overlay idea. Very pretty background
Carol E

Sue Parish said...

Another one I love everything about! Love the background stamp, the vellum, the cut up die cuts border and the sentiment. Gorgeous card, I love it,
Sue xx

Deborah said...

Hi Sue...a very different card today, but it works! I love the Ornate Sq Die...will have to get this one...I have the Luna Silver Flakes so thanks for the idea...I hadn't thought of using them on such an intricate die...but will be getting some double sided sticky paper soon.

Looking forward to seeing you on POTD next week.

Take care and stay warm. Deborah.H. :)

Jan.moogie said...

Hi Sue love the stamping on this card and those ornate squares are awesome.x

Vie Carter said...

Another beautiful card Sue, I like the muted colour scheme

Vie
x

catherine said...

Looks fantastic and just love the softness and delicateness to it
x catherine

Leanne said...

Fabulous!

pj63 said...

As usual,perfection!! Its my birthday 2nd april,but had to wait until now to get the new backgrounds and to be grand calibur size,WOW. With all the new spellbinders, i have spent a fortune but you make everything so tempting. Thank you Sue (10th april "13)