Wednesday, 8 May 2013

Get Well Soon

 Hello all!  I think this may have been the beginning of my grey and custard phase as I have done a few of them lately!  This was the first card I made with the new Celtic Motifs and Celtic Accent die sets.  I absolutely fell in love with that border.  I had an idea in mind when I started this one to make the borders look as if they are floating in the background.  I am not sure if my photography has captured that or not, you will have to let me know.  I started by cutting five of the borders out of the mid grey card.  I cut two strips of the custard card and matted them on a slightly larger piece of coconut white card.  I taped the borders in equal distances across the back of that strip then added mounting foam to the strip.  I trimmed the borders down to the size that I wanted and then did the other side exactly the same way.  I cut a slightly larger piece of coconut white card and paper pierced the side edges then mounted the borders and the strips they were attached to on to the white card.   Next I cut my focal piece out of custard card using the Celtic Motif.  I used the outer ring die for this as well as the decorative inner piece.  I used mounting foam and centred it atop my borders.  I cut the smaller Celtic die out of grey card and mounted it in the middle.  Then I stamped my sentiment using a black archival ink pad and cut it out with one of the Charmed I'm Sure tags.  These tags have a single hole in them at the top, but I wanted a symmetrical look so I turned the tag around in the die and cut it so I had a hole on either end.  I mounted it in the centre to complete my focal piece.  I cut two of the decorative elements from the set and glued them to the strips on the top and bottom of the card as an embellishment.  I added a double mat of mid grey card and used the Cosmic Shimmer silver PVA glue to add a decorative dotty border around the edges on the inner mat. Definitely one you could use for the guys.  I had a request for more guy cards but I am afraid that I am a bit limited on them at the moment.  I will do a bit more searching to see what I can find.  Finished dimensions are 7" x 7 1/2" in size.  All for now, Sue x









164 comments:

Pam said...

This would make a great male card or one for a lady who does not like frills and flowers. Love it.

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - unusual - I am not sure if I like the celtics dies or not - this card hasn't made me think that though - I mean in the packets - I am sure you will convince me eventually I do need them though!! Love the symetry of this card.
Rgs
Clare W

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
From here I don't see it floating but I do like it.
These are not dies I would rush out to buy, you have certainly made a stunning card using them. Really like the colour combination.
Have a great day

Patricia xxx

Anne O said...

Hi Sue
This is a lovely card. The grey looks really crisp and I think it would work with a number of different accent colours. The Celtic motifs look to be a useful set. I'm sold!
Best wishes
Anne O

baconbits said...

Morning Sue,
Love the feel to this card the colours are fab.
think the angle is wrong to see the floating effect but I can see what you mean.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
Love the design of this card and it is definitely one for the men, but saying that my daughter loves celtic designs in her embroidery, also love the colours
Hugs
Carolx

tracy w said...

Hi sue great card the grey and custard colours look great good idea for my dad friend it's his birthday soon so dad can send this one to him thank you for the ideas Tracy w x

Gail said...

Good morning Sue,
I'm not so sure about the colours today! They might grow on me if you use them enough. But I love the border you have used, but I can't see them floating.
Gail C x

Tina Eldridge said...

Hi Sue

The effect of the floating borders are fab. I agree this is certainly one for the guys. Like it a lot.

Kind regards :-)

Tina x

englishrose897 said...

Stunning cards Sue

Christine Harrop said...

Like others I'm not sure this is a die I would buy, but I can see it making great cards for men. Christine x

mell said...

Very stunning sue! I love it what a smile this card would bring to the one who recieved it whilst ill. It scream pricy time consuming with lots of love and care put into it xxxx u never fail to amaze sue x

margaret mcdonald said...

Sue Hi Well being Scottish of course I just love this one but now i need the dies drat!
My mom is very ill so sorry for short comments
Hugs Maggie

Lacelady said...

Oooh, i love anything Celtic. I am from the UK, but live in Ireland so this is right up my street! (love the soft colours too, but can see it in lots of shades of green!

Rosie said...

What a good idea (yet again)! Great design.

Debby Berry said...

Good morning Sue,
I still have those dies in the package now I am inspired to open them up and use them. Thanks. This is an interesting card. Thanks

happy2craft said...

Good Morning Sue,
A great effect, I can just make out the shadow behind, so I see them floating. It is a striking card, but I haven't had the urge to buy these dies, yet, lol, even though they would be great for male cards.
Have a great day.
Michelle(happy2craft)

Carole Z said...

Fab card Sue, love the Celtic dies and the colours are lovely! Carole Z X

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. I love it. The colours work so well together and the celtic dies are already on my wish list. Not quite getting the floating borders but I know what you mean. Beautiful card. Take care.

Phi said...

Another beautiful card Sue.

Phi said...

Another beautiful card Sue.

TDQ Karen said...

Quite unusual but I like the design, not sure if the colours are for me though xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, I can see what you mean by 'floating', but the strips look more 'floating' than the borders. Loving the colours, I do like the grey and custard together, very fresh. This is a great guy card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Cee Bee said...

Love these colours together, and the celtic theme is fantastic.Another success

Hugs n stuff
Carol B

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Like the dies -not too sure about thr colours. Like the idea of turning the tag around & cutting again to get a hole in both engd though.
Beverley W

Fieldsend said...

Morning Sue, what a different way of using borders, you do so have an eye for flare. Personally I love this card but we all do not have tastes. Your photography does do the card justice. Think I will try this and put micro beads on the centre large die. Love it. Have a good day.

Love June
xxx

Rachel Taylor said...

I like this , it looks like a lock without a key . I quite like the colours too ,i might make a grey and custard card today ,you've inspired me !
Ctafty hugs Rachel x

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Love the colour combo but not sure about the dies 'yet'
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

Eemeli said...

Great one. I love the symmetry of the card and this would so nicely make a male card with different sentiment(s).

Hugs,
Eemeli

foxyg said...

Lovely card Sue. Quite like those celtic dies.

PatC said...

Great card Sue, something to use for the men in our lives!!

hazel young said...

Loving the grey and custard phase Sue love these new Celtic dies too, fab card xx hazel

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, this is absolutely lovely. The celtic dies are fast becoming another must have. Bx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I love the Celtic design, unfortunately only one of the photo's came through on my computer this morning, but it looks great. I will have another look later when the computer has woken up. Must be the heavy rain we have this morning !!!

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,
Love this card, I can see the floating borders, great colours and layout.
Donna Jones

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Great card for the Guy's love the way you have made the borders float. Really nice colour combo.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Maryann said...

What a great way to use borders too, and it loks fantastic, and then it´ll be an awesome card for a male. As usual you did such an awesome job with this one.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love the grey and custard for a change, though not my fave colours.

jacqui said...

Great to see these dies used ,great card Sue

Victoria said...

The close up at the bottom does show the borders 'floating', nice idea. I like the border die but not too sure if I'd go for the central one. The custard yellow goes really well with the grey.

lainey said...

love those colours Sue!! lainey x

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
Yes I can see the floating boarder strips. Love the colours you have used also the concept of the card, but I don't think I will buy this set of dies, I don't think I would use them enough.
Lydia
X

Debs Artliff said...

Morning sue love the colours that you have use they look great together. I think that this could be for a mans card. Takr care xx

Debs A

melanie said...

Great card so glad this one was on today as my die turned up yesterday it was on pre order may try this today .Melanie

TOB said...

Love the colours, could see this in different shades and tones of one colour.Love the dies but a little unsure about the straight strips of card at the bottom as I think these stop the look of the background floating. Still a nice card to send. xxx

beachie said...

Hi Sue
Very intricate looking card. Wonderful border die, I am a flowers and bows person, but I do like this.
Audrey x

Sue Yorkshire said...

Morning Sue

Beautiful card. I love the colour combo but I do like grey with other pastel colours

The borders do look as though they are floating

Thanks for your help re my grand calibur handle

Sue xx

val jones said...

Good Morning Sue. Just love the background made with the dies and the colour combo. It would make any sick person feel better receiving this card.

Love val in Spain xxx

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
can see the effect you wanted but for me I'm afraid today's gift is too busy - I love the colour scheme but with the background covered in the celtic border and then the centre circle they take away the 'wow' factor.
I agree these dies will make great cards for the guys we have to cater for.
Janet x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue What a different way to use borders and absolutely love this colour combo. Please can you get the custard card on your next shows, I just love it! Take Care Love Michelle xxx

alimecca said...

Hi Sue
Love the Celtic dies - spent many summers in West Wales and the designs always make me think of them. Not sure about the colours today but the card could be made in any colour - really like the layout.

Anonymous said...

G.morming sue. Great male card and i think the colours go really well together. Sending love from christine c xx

Anonymous said...

love the colours, everything adds up to a great card

mol x

Ali B said...

Hi Sue,
Great male card, not sure its for me though, think its the celtic dies the jurys still out on them, hee hee.
Alison x

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
great composition, will certainly do something similar (if slightly smaller)at some tme in the future. The Celtic dies are not for me but I have plenty others I can use.
Would also replace the yellow with teal(for men) and old pink or mauve for us girls. But that is my own personal choice, it's not a criticism of your choice.

hollyberry said...

Love the versatility of this card which could easily be used for men or women and also different occasions by changing the colours.

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, yes I can see the floating of the borders, I do love the Celtic dies, not so sure about the grey though. love Jean xxx

Marion said...

Hi Sue not sure on this one ,i personaly dont like the celtic dies ,but it would be alright for mens cards.
Marion H

Crafty Nanna said...

Morning Sue, yes I can see what you mean about the floating. I love the colours used and I quite like the card but I don't think the celtic will be going on my list for must haves.
Have a great day

Erica said...

Morning Sue,
Really not sure about this. Love the Celtic dies but not the colours. Still much better than my efforts though!
Erica x

weefortune said...

Great Card Sue, thought this was meant for me today as I'm chocked with the Cold. thanks Elaine xx

Cornish Emma said...

Morning Sue, gorgeous card, love the colours and borders, which do look like they are floating.Emma

Carol H said...

Not my favorite dies but I love the design.

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a great card today you
really can see your borders floating
in the close up shot well done, and
I do like the Grey and the composition
is great too.
Nancyd xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Great card - the colours are universal I'm going to try grey and red then blue and custard. What great ideas you have.Joan B

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, not too sure about this one, a bit ott for me, but I like the colour combination of grey and custard, great male card. Take care, Jess x

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Your floating borders do show up beautifully, although it took me some time to work out how you had done it. Got it now I am pleased to say.Can't see me buying these dies but I am sure I will use this method with other border dies. Thanks. SueL

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue

Im not too sure about these dies to be honest with you , and they wont be at the top of my wish list at the moment however im sure you will convince me otherwise when you use them to show more of your cards .

I agree with the other crafters though ,i think they do make a good male card .

Take care
Elaine H X

Marleine said...


Hi Sue,

Smashing mail card. Lovely use of the border dies. X

snowqueen62 said...

Hi Sue would never have thought to use grey and yellow together but these shades look great. Love the design. I do have some Celtic dies so will have to try this one.
Hugs Sue x

Marion Bull said...

Love the colours, but wasn't sure about the card when I first saw it. Came back again after an hour and have changed my mind. Certainly a good card for a man! I like it when your cards challenge my perceptions so thank you once again!
Marion xx

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sur,
Great man card this morning, love the grey and custard together...great idea with the floating borders.

Love Sheila xx

Anne Crawford said...

Cool card,very clever!

Janice said...

Its a lovely card Sue, Grey and custard goes well together. Janice x

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone on this dull damp day.
I really like this card.These dies were not on my wish list but they look really striking. I also think the grey and custard combo is fabulous.X

Izzwizz said...

Yep, they look like they're floating to me :-) great idea Sue, maddy x

Ruthie said...

I am loving the colours on this Sue and I would be happy to give it to a man The dies look amazing and I have not seen them before, did I miss something. good grief.

Disco Queen said...

Fabulous card Sue. I love the Celtic accents & motifs.

Lindsay Martin said...

Nice colours and great use of the dies for a mans card... always good to have ideas for them!!!!
Loving it. xx

Heather said...

Hello Sue

Yes you can definitely see the floating as there is a shadow it works really well. I can't wait now for my custard card to come! :)

Love the card Sue I love Celtic things, jewellery especially really nice.

Crafty Hugs
Heather Rogers xx

Carol S. said...

Hi Sue, Mmmm, not sure this is for me! Hugs, Carol S.xx

ShirleyT said...

Hi Sue,

Really like the card and colours, lovely mans card.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxx

fame01 said...

hi sue i like the card but i am not a celtics person to be honest love the colour combo though ..hugs sarah ..xx

Heather said...

Hello Sue

Yes you can definitely see the floating as there is a shadow it works really well. I can't wait now for my custard card to come! :)

Love the card Sue I love Celtic things, jewellery especially really nice.

Crafty Hugs
Heather Rogers xx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue

Love the idea of this card. Can't see it floating on the screen. The colours are lovely. the mid grey is in your pack, but will you eventually add the custard as well?. I liked it when you used it with the border dies on the side of a card with white. Mind you not that I can get your selection. I just keep missing out.

Debbie Tinks said...

Nice card Sue x

Jacquie said...

Wow this is unusual but works great. This would work well with any colour combination I feel.

Love Jacquie J xxx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love the grey and custard combo and the Celtic dies and the floating borders, how clever are you!!!
Best wishes, Pat

hazel said...

Morning Sue
I do love those Celtics dies. So much can be done with them and they are great for male cards as well as womans.That grey card is just the right colour I have bought another 2 packs. You have made a beautiful card Sue
Take care
Hazel G

Carol Yates said...

Morning Sue, love the Celtic dies, and the colour combo too. I will have to sit on my hands I am having an austerity drive!
Carol.x

Jackie Meechan said...

This is really nice, definitely think it would make me feel better if I received this.

Hugs
CraftyJacq
xx

Clare said...

Lovely card, love the look of the celtic border, perhaps not my favorite colour combination tho.

Clare x

Pearl said...

Love these celtic dies!
Pearl x

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue another lovely card love Jean Z xx

Gail said...

This will be the first negative(ish) comment but really not sure about the dies - which surprises me as I usually like Celtic designs in jewellery etc xx I don't think I'm brave enough to use the colour combo but I quite like it xx sorry for the negativity and as I say it is the first time ever for your cards which I usually just lurrrve xx GailT xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue, great card again and can definitely see the "float" effect in the pics. Will have a go at this as I have these dies. Thanks for the inspiration - yet again.
God bless
JanNxx

Jackie Calvert said...

The float effect works well, not sure the colours have translated well on my monitor though.
Take care now, love Jackie C XXX

Meg said...

Not keen on this card Sue.
It doesn't convey Get Well to me, sorry.

Margaret O
xxx

Joanne2403 said...

Hmmmm..... not sure about this card, it looks a lil too busy maybe, or maybe its the colour combo, I am not sure at all, sorry but each to their own, however your eye for detail and the quality of your work is still wonderful tfs

Uta said...

Your card looks so great. I love the color combination with yellow and grey.
Hugs, Uta

Cazann49 said...

Hi Sue, this is a great card! I love those Celtic borders. I haven't seen them before. They are fabulous :) Have a great day xxx

cr@fty said...

Hi Sue
Later posting today, I love these Celtic dies and the colours you've used. This is such a beautiful card I am quite surprised at some of the comments made, but not everybody has the same taste it would be a boring world if it was.
Hugs x
Heather T

Helen Barker said...

I love the colours used.Not one of my favourite die sets but still a fabulous card.I can see the floating effect on the close ups.
Helen Bx

nannapat said...

Great male card, not too fussy for them. I love Celtic designs and I think your card is fab. Pat x

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, A gorgeous card, love the colour combo and I can see the floating borders. I don't recall seeing these dies before, where have I been!!! but think I might have to get them.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs June xxx

Chrissie J Lui said...

Hi Sue, What a stunning card, I love the colours you have used. Love the background, but cant see it floating.

Happy crafting
Chrissie x x x

Jill Liddle said...

I love anything celtic and this is no different. Love the dies, the colours everything. You could use many different colours to accent it, lilac, pink, pale green etc. Another set on my wish list.

karen keen said...

To be honest I wasn't sure about the Celtic dies but this card has totally changed my mind. Yet again thinking outside the box comes to mind. Thanks again Sue.
Love the colours too

Karen x

Sonia Jones said...

Mmm i have to admit i'm not too sure about this card. I like the celtics dies but i think i'd only use them as an accent though. I do like the colours you've used though. Hugs Sonia x

CraftyJo said...

Very unusual colour today but most effective, I really like it.

CaronP28 said...

Hello Sue
A very different card today, good for a man's card. xx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. A lovely card for today !! The Celtic dies look great. I think they are perfect for mens cards. I do not have these dies but I love the border die. I am not sure about the colour combo because it reminds me of school uniforms !! Other than that this is a very striking card and I think it is. fab !! Lots of love Tres x x x

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue,
Love the grey and custard - great colour combo.
Love the way you have used these border dies to create an all over design and yes they do seem to float.
Thank you for sharing your fantastic ideas (designs) with us.
Best wishes Brenda Lel

Ita said...

Hi Sue a very different card today,I like the way you used the dies,the celtic Die can be used in many ways,I think it would also look well on the lovely soft gold card stock you use.
Smiles
Ita

jeffrey bubbles said...

magnificent man card I think, love the celtic dies. Wonderful again Kathy xxxx

Howdy said...

Not my favourite colours or dies but I can still appreciate the artistry and envy I feel at being unable to do this!

Sandybee said...

Lovely card again. I purchased this pack of pastel coloured card and its beautiful to work with

xx Sandra

Anonymous said...

Belinda Raven said...

Hi Sue, great use of the border dies, really appeals to me.

Hugs, Belinda. X

Leanne said...

Beautiful!!

Laura O said...

another fantastic card ,love the colours and these celtic dies.Laura O

L Taylor said...

oh i like this one and i think the dies are great for male cards so i would purchase them, i could also see them being used on a female card too.love the grey and mustard colours, i could adapt these dies being here in scotland i could see cards being made for a celtic fc fan or celtic weddings, oh lots of ideas now thanks sue
have a great day
lorraine
taylormadecardsblog.blogspot.co.uk

Wilma Brown said...

Hi Sue, not sure about the colours but I like the dies. Maybe in real life this card would look better.

Wilma x x x

Marianna Hammer said...

A very good card for a man. I like the way you have used the borders. With different color it could just as well be a feminine card. Lovely!

nikkib said...

Grey and Custard, descriptive color combo but it works..... and a lovely card design too...

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, love this card, I think this is a great way to show off the Celtic dies, they don't appeal until you see what you come up with!
Regards Liz T.

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue, the Celtic dies are not one of my favourites (maybe I just need more convincing!) You have made a lovely card with them though, but then there is no end to your talents!! Love Sam xxx

Anonymous said...

Late today, no broadband because of wet and windy Welsh weather - should like the celtic dies but like many others, not too sure.
Great card though, Sue, with your use of the border die as the 'floating' background and do like the colour combo.

'P' in Wales

Vie Carter said...

Hi Sue

I think todays card would suit the chaps

Hope you are enjoying your hols.

Vie
x

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Like this card alot.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

lynda said...

Hi Sue love the Celtic dies I got them at Ally pally and used them a lot. Todays card would make a great mans card love the floating background and the colour combo.
Hugs Lynda xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue an unusual colour combo- not too sure on the card, sorry (too heavy looking for me).
Val C xx

carol e said...

Hi Sue great card , like floating effect and colour

Jane said...

I have and really like this set of dies never used them like today's card.

Jane xx

magpie said...

Hi Sue, there's nothing wrong in a few grey and custard cards and this one could quite easily be a male card! I like the Celtic dies and how you have put them all together. Unsure about the floating but then all in all it's a great card! xx Love Karen xx

Diane Mortimer said...

Very pretty, love grey on a card
Diane from glasgow

Crafty Lark said...

Love the effect, that border does look fab. xx Flora

Deborah said...

Hi Sue...I like the colors in this card...especially the custard...it's perfect for male cards but equally for female too!

The dies are very usable and I have a few celtic dies in my stash...so I'm going to try them in different ways.

Have a great day! Deborah.H :)

Deborah said...

Hi Sue...I like the colors in this card...especially the custard...it's perfect for male cards but equally for female too!

The dies are very usable and I have a few celtic dies in my stash...so I'm going to try them in different ways.

Have a great day! Deborah.H :)

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue, Great colour combination and floating borders too, but the Celtic dies are not for me they are great for male cards but just not my cup of tea!
happy Mothers Day to your mum for Sunday (I think that's right) hope your having a fab time and a good rest .
Hugs
Jean D

Joanne K said...

Busy card but I like it. Yes we need more inspiration for those men in our lives. I am sure you will come up trumps. Kind regards Joanne K x

Anonymous said...

Very nice. You can see that the Celtic boarders look as though they are floating. You could have used a grey promarker to achieve a shadow appearance.

Susan x

Lara B said...

Good evening Sue
Love this card!
The colours compliment each other very well!
LOVE the Celtic dies, I have the set with the border, need to get the other! These dies are great with double sided adhesive and gilding flakes...like jewellery!

And yes the borders are floating!

Have a great day
Lara xxx

Brakkers said...

What a brilliant way to use the borders, makes a fantastic card though I don't see it as a masculine card. It would really cheer up someone feeling poorly, get well cards can be tricky. Another beautiful card.

Anne from Leighton Buzzard

jennywren1947 said...

HI SUE LOVE THIS CARD LOVE THE CELTIC DIES
HUGS CHRIS X

Katie-Louise Sweetlove said...

Dear Sue
What a super card this is, I really love this Celtic themed card, ideal for guys in the custard and grey colours you've used and in reds and green would be great for people from the Celtic lands!
I love the way you've used the borders as a feature of the card such a great and new idea. I really want the Celtic die sets and have them on a wish list I'm busy building of die sets I want. I'm glad you've shown us a way to use them in a new and interesting way.

Thank you for your inspiration and crafting for us all.

Best wishes from Katie-Louise.

Janice K said...

I agree this would make a great card for men. x

Janice K said...

I agree this would make a great card for men. x

Linda Simpson said...

Fabulous card, love the celtic dies.

Hugs
Linda xxx

Tracie Carmody said...

What an unusual card, I haven't seen the celtic dies before. I really like it and think the celtic would be great for male cards xx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card using the celtic dies.

brenda said...

Hi Sue, not sure about these dies but like the way you have used them and can imagine them in a different colour way x

Debbie Ravenhill said...

Hi Sue, I'm on the fence on this one! I do like it, however I'm not sure. There are things I love, the Celtic design, but I'm not to keen on the colour! It is definitely one for the men. Crafty hugs Debbie R xx

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Pink-Crafty-Devil said...

What an unusual card this would be great for male get well cards, well for any male occasion with the change of sentiment it would suit all.

Thanks for sharing
Hugs
Kelly x

Ayelet Barkay said...

Lovely. Very interesting card :)

Susan White said...

Like the lemon and grey colour combo, but I'm not sure how much use I would get out of these dies.


Thanks, Susan

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Christine Linnett said...

This card would certainly make me feel a whole lot better x if I was poorly x hugs chris

Trish said...

Hi Sue,
Stunning card and fab colour combination. TFS
Hugs,
Trish x

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
WHAT A FAB WAY TO USE THESE DIES. lIKE THE ONE AT THE BOTTOM, GIVES IT THAT FINISH TOUCH AND VERY REGAL.
FAB JOB
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

Jules Ireson said...

I've used these dies in lots of ways, but your card is EXCEPTIONAL. I don't mean to "shout", but the quality of the card is second to none. I LOVE it! Thank you, Sue! Jules xxxxx

Pearl said...

Subtle colours on a fantastic card Sue,

Craftihappiness to you, love from Pearl

Nubiene Peltier said...

Wow sue this well different love yellow an grey what a great contrast if I'm correct is that the Celtic range of die
Have nor read through just wanted to comment as it caught mi eye in a big way think I need to make a folder
Of your work
For my index and know how's
Keep it up so wonderful lady x