Thursday, 27 February 2014

Kraft Lattice



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Hello my crafty friends!  Today's video will show you another way to create a unique background for your special card projects.  I do hope you can take a few minutes to watch, relax and enjoy!






Finished dimensions are 8" x 8" in size.
All for now, Sue x















171 comments:

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Good morning Sue, and all the crafty crew!! Wow!! love the lattice and colors of this Such a gorgeous card today,inspiring and uplifting!!

Getting used to all my new editions to my collection, which are making my cards look that much more special and elegant.
My very best wishes to Tina and anyone who is sad. sending you a hug.
Hope the day holds some magic for you all.
Cameeli xx

Pam said...

An elegant card for one who doesn't like fuss or frills

Clair Hughes said...

Love the lattice Sue and the detail on the frame embossing with the extra die is fabulous. Both the black and blue cards are lovely, ideal for male cards. Thanks Sue xxx

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. Wonderful card.I love the woven background, and the paper you have used. The black frame is gorgeous too. My gorgeous Wednesday Winners card turned up yesterday, and it's true Wilsonettes, it really is more beautiful "in the flesh" : ) Take care.

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Love the die cut frames on this one and the weaving is a favourite technique of mine. Thanks for sharing.

kitty davies said...

Morning Sue
Thank you an all occassion card Iwill watch the video later. Take care Kitty

Eemeli said...

Morning Sue.
Very nice outcome. Gotta go and grab something to eat first but then I am off to watch the video.
Hope you have a wonderful day.

Hugs,
Eemeli

englishrose897 said...

Good morning Sue and all followers. Great card. Have a great day. Sally x

Deborah Artliff said...

Morning Sue love this one the colour is great. I do like this embossing folder you have used. Off now to watch video xx

Debs A

Vick said...

Good Morning Sue, what a lovely idea for the card, i will watch the video later after a nap, i do hope you have a lovely day! Hugs, Vick xx
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Anonymous said...

GM Sue - another great card - will watch video later when I have more time! Rain again here -
Rgs
Clare W

tracy w said...

Hi sue
Another stunning card love the background paper must try that one out thank you Tracy w x

Carole Z said...

Morning Sue, gorgeous card, love the woven lattice background, beautiful details too, hugs Carole Z X

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, great video, love the lattice, especially with the basket weave detail. Love both cards colour combos, and great idea for the frame. Bx

Sheila Lampard said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card today. I personally like the black and craft card version.
Never thought of using the craft card as a background.
Thank you for your video today.
Sheila x

Maggie Phillips said...

Hi Sue, Love the woven lattice background~I've just bought some craft card so I will be trying this later. TFS.
Maggie x

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
Oooo!! I like, I really like how you have done the background and that beautiful black frame.
Off to make a cuppa then watch and learn.
Have a Great Day

Patricia xx

Floss said...

Hi Sue,
My favourite, kraft and black. x

Rachel Taylor said...

What a great technique ! I must try that !
Crafty hugs Rachel x

Joan D said...

What a super idea with the woven card! Be a great one for the boys too.the frame around the sentiment looks quite regal. Have a great day xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is brilliant. I am looking forward to watching the video and learning something new. Have a great day. Love Jackie

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Striking card very clever background would make a great card for the men in our lives.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, Wow !! what a difference a colour makes, I loved watching you with the frames and the embossing tip, fabulous. I love both cards, the kraft card goes well with both colours. I'm also loving the twisted metal tag placed around the labels die-cut too, looks beautiful.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Fieldsend said...

Morning Sue, love the lattice work and another great card you are so so talented and I thank you for sharing it with us. Watch video later. Have a great day.

Love June
xxx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, love this background it looks great, would make a great male card.

Love Rosemarie xx

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue lovely card and liking the basket weave. The colours are great too. Off to watch the video, thank you. Hope everyone is well x

TDQ Karen said...

Great ideas for a male card and I do love the Kraft look xx

Rosie said...

Will watch the video later, but it looks good.

Gail said...

Morning Sue,
Like the card, will watch the video later with a coffee!
Gail Cx

Annie said...

Morning Sue. Elegant and simple, love the lattice background. Off to watch the vid quickly before work!
Happy day everyone, weekend nearly here!
Hugs Annie

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue
I love this technique thanks for sharing. Although I like the black with Kraft card the blue is my favourite. The tip with the frame is brilliant and the embossing gives it a professional look. When I first bought the twisted metal dies I wasn't quite sure how to use them but you have given us some great ideas. At last I've been able to leave a comment on your video lol
Hugs x
Heather T

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, lovely card, love the lattice background. Love it in both the black and blue. Love Jean xxx

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, stunning card. Love the lattice. Lol lynne m x x x

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Very elegant card will have to give the weaving ago.
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

karenlotty said...

This is my kind of card, the colours, techniques and as others have said (note to self - must get this folder & Kraft card!) Kraft & black looks so good Off to watch video now

kitty davies said...

Hi Sue I'm back the video is brilliant. Thank you Sue the video gave me a perspective on the size of the beautiful tag die it is now on my shopping list Thank you take care Kitty

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,

Beautiful cards - I like them both but prefer the one in black. But would also try this with a postbox-red or dark emerald green. Thank you for showing us so clearly, beautiful background and frames, must give this a go.
You really are inspirational.
Hugs, Rose
PS After months and months of dithering, I finally bought metal tags & accents and don't regret it at all - I use it a lot, it looks so elegant.

Hugs, Rose

Anonymous said...

Hi sue. A lovely card. I think it would make a great male card. The basketweave folder is lovely and the lattice backgroud is a great idea.
Best Wishes
Denise x

Aspiring crafter said...

Morning Sue ,
Love the kraft card , as I often use this kind of card.
Will watch the video this afternoon -something to chill out with and craft to , on a miserable wet day , again!!
Thanks so much for inspiring us all,
XxRuth

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue popping back to say enjoyed the video and all the techniques. Still not worked out how to leave a comment.on it x

nuttinanni said...

Great card (with a different sentiment) for men. Very clean and unfussy. hugs Cheryl xxx

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
I love the colour scheme on both cards and agree today's gift is just perfect for the males in our lives.
The focal die was one of the very first I bought when I started crafting with the Grand Caliber and it is always beautiful to use.
The format of today's gift is fantastic - the basket weave and then the basket background looks superb. Will definitely be having a go at today's format.
See you tomorrow.
Janet x

val jones said...

Good Morning Sue. Lovely woven background. Am just about to watch the video.
Love Val x

Laura O said...

very nice Sue ,suits the basket weave embossing folder .Laura O

Jane said...

No frills card today ideal for a man.

Jane xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, up bright and early this morning, so able to watch video! Two fantastic cards showcasing how good craft card can look with different colours. Loved the background technique and framing. Thanks, Sue, for showcasing how to rectify a mistake in this video.
ValC xx

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed the video, Sue, thanks! A great card with the weaved (woven?) background, always like kraft and black together. Glad to see you are still demoing Spellbinders - did wonder if you would after your new dies came out but, of course, still looking forward to seeing YOUR dies on show!!

'P' in Wales

Sue from Wiltshire said...

Brilliant! Love the card which could be used for men or those who don't like the flowers etc.

Nicola Belshaw said...

Hi Sue. Great card! Loved the lattice effect. Love Nicola x

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Today's card is very striking. Like the other comments, I to think it would be good for male cards. Although anyone would be pleased to see your card. Love the lattice on the card, and the detail on the frame. I will be watching the video later to see how this is done. Hope Norah and Steph are keeping well today.

Denise Hancock said...

Hi Sue love the lattice technique. Although I prefer the black background you have shown us the different colour ways. Got your lattice leaf dies this week so all my creations have them on. I love it!
Denise X

Anne Crawford said...

Striking Card! Excellent Video, shows the basket weave technique so well.THANKYOU Sue I received my card from the show yesterday, it's beautiful and sitting up in pride of place! xo

Shirley Terretta said...

Hi Sue,

A different card for you today. Brilliant for a "man" card.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxxxxxxxxx

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,
Great card, love Kraft and black together and the clever background too.
Donna Jones

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Can't wait to watch the video later to see how this fab card was created. Take care everyone
Beverley W

Anonymous said...

Morning Wilsonettes. Will be back later, but for those friends that know of Tina and Berkely, and not re-read any posts from yesterday, it's sad news. Berkely fell asleep at home yesterday afternoon. Tina was all alone so we sobbed and broke our hearts together over the phone. Thinking of you so much today Tina and family. Its such a very sad time. Thank you Sue for allowing me to keep our family informed here.
Will watch your lovely tutorial a little later.
Hugs to all.
Lancashire Steph xxx

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Love the woven, basket weave in the background. Will have to watch the video later on to see exactly how you did this. Unfortunately, I have to make a sympathy card today - never easy. Love to everyone. Alison xx

marg said...

Good Morning Sue!
I will watch the video and know that I will love the card.... as they look so much better there and I will love your techniques. My Calibur has been away for 2 weeks at the mender so when it retuurns I will be able to make this card. Do you think that your older folders will ever be back in stock Sue?
I really need the Heart Lattice!
Love Marg

gwen70 said...

Can't wait to see the video Sue, this one looks really interesting and I can have a play this afternoon

hollyberry said...

Like the weaving of the background ,it gives the card a different dimension.

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, absolutely gorgeous would make
a great card for all the men in our
lives.
Nancyd xx

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Love how you have done the frame on this.
Have a great day.
Ang x

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
WOW love this lattice background,
such a gorgeous card, the black frame is a winner too
Hugs
Carol x

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, love the card and the weaving looks great. love Jean Zelei xx

Jean Deane said...

Morning Sue,
fantastic card especially for the male population loving the lattice background, I have some heavy feel patterned paper that I'm going to try it with too!
The twisted tag is lovely very versatile May have to buy that one! Love how you've done the frame , great thanks Sue.
Hugs
Jean D xx

June Horrocks said...

Morning sue a beautiful card so elegant love the colours thank you so much have a nice day love always June xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I loved the demo, especially the frame technique and the woven background. Thank you for sharing.
Veronique L

JESSIE said...

MORNING SUE
WHAT AN UNUSUAL CARD IT LOOKS
GORGEOUS. LOOKING FORWARD TO WATCHING THE VIDEO.

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Sue and fellow Wilsonettes,
What a difference a lighter colour makes to this card. The black with the craft is just not me, sorry Sue, but the pale blue is for me better looking and closer to what i may be tempted to make. It does make a nice card for a man or a tomboy woman (can you get that? mmmh not sure) but not every woman likes the sugar and spice cards. I have though finally order some of that craft card to try but it reminds me off cereal boxes.
Having just seen Steph's entry at the bottom i am just so so sad. Tina my flower, i am sending you a big hug and my thoughts are with you. I hope that Berkeley is pain free now that she has left our mortal earth for pastures new that she is happy amongst the angels.
Sorry folks, need to get myself back together again and get a grip as my hubby would say, but i can't the now,
Love
Norah (Glenochil)

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, great card for men, love the way you have used the Kraft card to weave a background. Will watch the video later. Sad thoughts to Tina and family, take care, Jess x

auscrafts said...

like the colours

Susan White said...

Loving the lattice work Sue - I've often done a similar thing with patterned paper, but never with embossing, and it looks really effective. Thanks for sharing, Susan x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Great technique, I have done this with ribbon

fame01 said...

Hi Sue
Well you couldn't have done a better card so to speak for some inspiration for me as I have just found out a good friend of ours as had a major stroke and lost his speech eye sight and cannot walk and sadly lost his memory so this card I am going to take my inspiration from as we are going to visit him on Sunday, fantastic card thanks sue for the idea hugs sarah xx

Alison Couchman said...

Great card Sue - good to have a different style as not everyone likes all the frills and furbelows.

It may be that it just doesn't show up on the video but I don't see the point of the stamping. I suspect you'd have to see it in real life to see the difference it made.

I'm glad you let us see how to work with an error too. It happens to me far too often and it helps to see how you altered your design and what you did with the unexpected. Thank you.
Alison

Micky French said...

I love this card, the lattice is a really nice effect I will certainly try that out.
Hugs Michelle xxxx

julie laz said...

Lovely sue, love the video's, it helps a lot more please crafty hugs Julie xx

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card as usual. Love the background. Look forward to watching the video.

Big Hugs
CraftyJacq
xx

TOB said...

Sue this is a beautiful card. This would be great for mens cards too. I have some kraft card that I just look at and not know what to do with it, I do now Thank you hugs Theresa x

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Gives me some interesting ideas for using for lots of different occasions, and for both genders. Lovely.

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue and every one. Enjoyed watching this video. I have strips of Kraft paper left over after making Sheena's Faux leather booklet. So I will be experimenting over the weekend to make a card based on this tech., Thank you. Kind regards Sandra Kent.

snowqueen62 said...

Morning Sue and everyone
Today's card is perfect inspiration for a mans card. Just what I needed for the new man in my step-daughters life whose birthday is next week and we are travelling down to Devon tomorrow to meet him.
So sad to hear about Tina's Berkley, sending lots of love and hugs her way.
Hugs Sue x

ElizabethS said...

Hi Sue, this is a good technique and one we can utilize our little scraps of card - and we all have lots of those don't we? Thanks for the idea.
Lovely card.
ElizabethS x

Debbie Tinks said...

Nice card Sue .happy crafting x

hazel young said...

Lovely card Sue love the background xx hazel

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
LOL HAVE TO DEDICATE THIS CARD TO PARTNER WHO DISLOCATED HIS KNEE AND GOT FRACTURE CLINIC THIS MORNING LOL WHAT A FAB CARD LOVE THE PEARLS AND TWISTED DIE. WHAT A CRACKER
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE XXX HUG

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

I love the lattice effect and then to emboss it really makes it pop. I am going to try this one. I always struggle with male cards but this will be perfect.
I love the colour combo as well, black is my favourite.
Bye for now.
SandraP xxx

kathy mcmaster said...

Hi sue
Lovely card i must use my kraft card up.

Best Wishes
kathy mcmaster

Jackie Durrant said...

Hi Sue, and yes I did enjoy the demonstration for today! The background lattice weaving is so effective and the blue version is so pretty for someone not feeling so well. Love from Jackie D

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sue,
Great video today. I love how you did the lattice work it's so effective. Out of the two colours I do prefer the blue if using as a get well card but otherwise they are both fabulous cards.

Love Sheila xx

weefortune said...

Hi Sue, look forward to watching teh video later after work, another idea for us all. Thanks havea great day E x

Helen Kington said...

Morning Sue - I love this card although I admit the Black card is my favourite. Please can somebody tell Tina I am thinking of her at this very difficult time. Helen xx

Theresa Pace said...

oh i like what i see!. can't watch video yet as at work and it is blocked by organization. but something to watch tonight. i think i really need the square grand dies for all the matting and layering and other extras i can see in your card xx

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Lovely card Sue!

I love the lattice, it reminds me of doing paper weaving at work/school with the children but yours it much prettier with a lovely detail.

Both colour combinations of the cards are lovely and I love the Twisted Metal Die you've used.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Lacelady said...

Amazing how you come up with these ideas Sue, but I love them. Sunny here today, which makes such a nice change, so I'm going to craft all morning.

Margaret said...

Good morning Sue
Really like the woven lattice idea, but your tutorial on cutting frames to me has been invaluable, as I have had a few slips with mine! However I have found I can hide some slips by running the frame through the GC in an embossing folder! I do like how you have achieved the embossing on your frame it looks so elegant. Perfect for a male card.
Margaret corgi owner

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Loved the video and the two different colour ways with the card and the woven background
Hugs to Tina
Best wishes, Pat

rachel said...

lovely work sue - fabulous idea xx

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, Love the lattice and detail of embossing the frame. The black and blue cards are both gorgeous. Will b giving the lattice technique a try, looks fabulous. Thank you Sue for another great video, you are suc an inspiration.
Tina sending love and big hus to you and your family at this sad time. Bekerley will be playing with the angels-God Bless her.
Sarah (fame01) thinking of you and your friend at this awful time, sending love and big hugs to you both.
Had some awful news an hour ago, my friends husband died this morning, he was very ill but it seems so sudden. Cameeli I can feel your hug.
Take care everyone.
Hugs June xxx

Brenda Hanlon said...

Love the look on this, not watched the video yet but great style for a masculine card.

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Thanks for the video. Another technique to have a go with.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - love your take on the lattice work, it is so different and effective. The video is great at explaining how you did the frame - you are simply amazing to keep coming up with such brilliant ideas. Thank you so much
YvonneMayxx

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Very pretty, i have done the lattice before and it is very effective.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

Sandra said...

Good morning Sue and all blog ladies,
I just want to say my thoughts are with all of you that are going through tough times at the moment, you are in the right place, crafting is such a great therapy!
Sue the card is lovely and very versatile, could also be a masculine card too, I am off to make a cup of tea and sit and watch your video.
Thanks for taking the time to make it for us!
Huge hugs
Sandra xx

Suebak said...

I love the simplicity of the appearance of this card and at the same time appreciate the work that has gone into it.
Susan x

Vie Carter said...

Like the lattice technique, however the card is a little sombre for me, would love it though in pastels colours, however would be great for a male card

Vie
x

CraftyJo said...

This looks very interesting, can someone please find me some time so I can catch-up on all these wonderful videos???? ;)

yorkshiresue said...

Hi Sue
Well today's background is not the norm but is very eyecatching and can be done in any color to suit the rest of the card you are doing
Yet again a Sue Wilson special
Hugs Sue xxx

Jill Liddle said...

Love the use of kraft paper on this. A lovely masculine card today.

Terry Owen said...

Another stunning card. Thank you Sue :)

Sam Smithard said...

Hi Sue, Fantastic Video as always, I Really Love The Lattice effect Card using Kraft Card. I must say I liked both Colours but for me I Loved The Black One, I tried this technique a long time ago when I stuck it all together and turned it around right at the very end I'd gone wrong so I just stuck a Flower on its surprising what Flowers or Butterflies can hide Lol.
I really love The Twisted Metal Die from Spellbinder and I also must purchase The Grand Dies for matting and layering I've always wanted to purchase the more Fancy Dies! I Love The Background, I Just Love The Embossing Folder, and the Fabulous Stamp using Perfect Medium since watching your Video's I've started placing my Card on top of my stamp rather than using a Acrylic (I think that's how you spell it!) especially with The Large Background Stamp as I was finding I couldn't Stamp them correctly, then you suggested once in using a Brayer to go over The Card well I had one I hadn't used for a very long time, so now I use this and it's perfect every time, Sue you're a Star and I can't Thank You enough for all information you share with us, Where else do you get Stunning Cards Everyday and Video's Twice a Week YES I'm very biased when it comes to this Blog as it's "THE BEST."
Take Care Sue Love and hugs from Sam x
To all you Wondeful Wilsonettes, I just wanted to say I'm thinking of you all, please take care you ladies that are not well, and Tina my Heart goes out to you.
Hugs from Sam x

lynda said...

Hi Sue & Wilsonettes a stunning card I loved the video I like both cards the black one for a man & blue for lady. The woven lattice with the kraft card looks gorgeous & how you did the frame thank you for the techniques & inspirations love & hugs Lynda Brock xx

Tina my heart goes out to you & your family for your sad loss of your beautiful Berkeley 4paws God bless her
sending you LOVE & big HUGS xxx Lynda xxx

terriavidreader (IN-USA) said...

very elegant card!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue and Wilsonettes. Have now caught up with both video's and as per very informative and gives us our Sue fix we all yearn for, as we just dont get to see enough of you elsewhere ! The last time you used Craft Card I vowed to buy some, but when I see it Im not sure, but as I dont buy my own cards, then I need to remember who I AM hoping to please, so again I must invest to play !
Both yesterday's and today's card are beautiful and today's card would be ideal for Sarah to give as it has that tactile feeling for someone who is strggling with loss of vision. It also made me feel better when it didn't 'work out as planned' as I have SO many oopsadaisy days, an I hear those pesky flakes laughing at me from behind the cupboard door (a quick shake of their box soon hushes them) !
One thing Id like to ask our family is - even after burnishing our micro beads well, do you find the odd bead escaping from its place, rolling around your work space looking towards the exit route ?? I work them well into whatever Ive used them on but always find a few not so happy to play even with adhesive paper hanging on to them !
Im sure Tina would be touched to know how many friends here feel her saddness and devistation today, and I know in time she will find the strength to post here again. And if you are popping in Tina, to get quiet support, we are ALL holding your hand through this angry sad time.

Hugs to all.
Lancashire Sad Steph xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
Brilliant video - love the card, think I like the blue best but part of me can see times when the black could come into its own. Thank you for showing us how you make the frame, I can see this technique will be so useful, love it - thank you.
Steph, thank you for keeping us all informed about Tina, if you talk to her tell her our thoughts are with her, and to focus on the lovely memories she has of her beautiful Berkley - also keep talking about him ...... With any bereavement I promise you it helps.
Love and crafty hugs, Brenda xxx

terrie said...

Very nice video on how you made the lattice background and the card turned out awesome...
Well done Sue

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
Classy and elegant, love both colours. Great video too with helpful techniques. Thank you.
Lydia
X

Jacquie said...

Hi Sue,

Beautiful card, great idea with the lattice/basket weave gives a great finish to the card.

Love & Hugs

Jacquie J xxx
http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

Janice Jerolymack said...

Both beautiful cards!

Lesley Griffiths said...

A good instructional video for an interesting technique that I haven't used in a long time. The embossing of the background makes for a more interesting feature on the card. I must get those twisted metal tags and frames.

christine c said...

hello sue and everyone. like both
the colours of todays gift sue,
and I am really happy that
for once I have got all the
tools to make this card SO lol I am going to attempt to make them
this afty. from
Christine c and ella

Pauline A said...

Hi Sue, Thanks for today's video. Watching you is like having a personal tutor in the room. I enjoyed the woven lattice technique especially in the black and kraft co loured card. I have to make a 40th birthday card for my step son and will definitely give this ago. Just hope that it turns out half as good. Hugs Pauline A x

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Sue the Video was great I love the Lattice technique.

I have been a little disturbed with the sadness surrounding loss on the blog and I hope you won't mind if I add a poem to help heal those who are feeling sad, lonely or bereaved.

I'M STILL HERE

Friend, please don’t mourn for me
I’m still here, though you don’t see.
I’m right by your side each night and day
and within your heart I long to stay.

My body is gone but I’m always near.
I’m everything you feel, see or hear.
My spirit is free, but I’ll never depart
as long as you keep me alive in your heart.

I’ll never wander out of your sight-
I’m the brightest star on a summer’s night.
I’ll never be beyond your reach-
I’m the warm moist sand when you’re at the beach.

I’m the colorful leaves when fall comes around
and the pure white snow that blankets the ground.
I’m the beautiful flowers of which you’re so fond,
The clear cool water in a quiet pond.

I’m the first bright blossom you’ll see in the spring,
The first warm raindrop that April will bring.
I’m the first ray of light when the sun starts to shine,
and you’ll see that the face in the moon shine is mine.

When you start thinking there’s no one to love you,
you can talk to through the Lord up above you.
I’ll whisper my answer through the leaves on the trees,
and you’ll feel my presence in the soft summer breeze.

I’m the hot salty tears that flow when you weep
and the beautiful dreams that come while you sleep.
I’m the smile you see on a baby’s face.
Just look for me friend, I’m every place!

Catch up again with you tomorrow.
Cameeli xx

Emily said...

Very nice card, and love your video. Thanks for sharing.

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. This is my sort of card. Actually, all your cards are wonderful but this is lovely and simple yet full of interest. Poor Tina, what a tough few weeks ahead for her. xx Maggie (better without a bow)

sued99 said...

I really like Craft card and the look it gives. Just watched both vids from this week. Excellent. Now off to do some crafting.

Pearl said...

Lovely card today, especially for males,

Craftihappiness to you all, love from Pearl

LoraineC said...

Great card Sue ideal for a man, off to watch the video thanks x

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Love the way you made the woven background. Although I'm not a dog lover my heart goes out to Tina and her family after reading about Berkely.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
What a lovely technique. Must try this. Your talents are neverending
Love
Irene Allen

SusanP, Kent said...

Had to laugh when I first opened your email as I read the heading as 'Lovely Lettuce'. Time to visit the optician! This technique looks great and it's SO enjoyable to watch you doing it, but I just know I'd make a right mess of it! A fantastic design for a masculine card.
Sue

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue, the video is so inspiring and instructive. You make all the demos look so easy!!!
So sorry about Berkeley, my thoughts are with Tina and hope she is coping. Glad that she had Steph to talk to. It would be nice if we could give a card to Tina from all us!!!

Fiona said...

HI Sue, A great male card, thanks for the inspiration. Fiona

addi said...

Another brilliant idea for me to try. You are such a clever lady.
Sue R.

Carol S. said...

Great idea for the background and a lovely card again. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Jan.moogie said...

You could use this background for for a altered mens card using metal embellishments and lots of distressing and stamping wow Sue thanks for all the inspiration. Lovely card xx

ros hodgkins said...

Hello Sue, I love this card so "male" friendly which is why I have pinned it. I hope you enjoyed sunshine as we have had it nearly all day.
X Ros

Pam said...

Steph thank you for keeping us all informed, I feel so sad for Tina but Berkeley was so loved and she will have that with her forever. Cameliee your poem was so beautiful, thank you. Love and best wishes to our whole Wilsonettes community.

Pam

Disco Queen said...

Great card & video Sue! I love to paper weave, but have never created an open weave like this. I'm off to give it a try. Thanks for the inspiration. Theresa x

Myra P said...

Hi Sue,
Hi Everyone,
Arrived in Spain earlier today - nice to see some warm sunshine ! Unable to see video today as reception rather poor! However can see the photos and read! Agree with others who say these would make lovely cards for the men in our lives!
Also agree would be lovely to show our care for Tina but this would be a bit difficult!
Steph you are doing a 'great job' and no doubt as you say you will pass on all our good wishes and love. Try not to upset yourself too much - trust Cassie is settling in!
Love to all,
Buenos noches , Myra P

Gail said...

Stunning card and stunning background lattice effect, will view the tutorial later but luv everything about it xx GailT xx

Gail said...

Stunning card and stunning background lattice effect, will view the tutorial later but luv everything about it xx GailT xx

Crafting Newbie said...

Hi Sue, Thanks for another great video. I'm learning so much. Barbara x

magpie said...

Helloooo Sue and fellow Wilsonettes! Wonderful to see the basket weave again Sue and in video! Lots of "pinning" to do when I get the hang of it......! It's a fantastic male card. A "live and learn kerb" to an error made good by a different way. That's me too.....(just the error! Lol!) As I don't comment on the Wednesday card Giveaway (For those who don't know me, I've been lucky enough to have won one!) I can now say it was a "wow" from me! Just gorgeous Sue, loving the pink! Just to say "thinking of you all" Norah, Sarah, Steph and Tina. Sending tons of hugs and love to you. Tina, thinking of you sooo much. Berkeley will always be around you and he'll be letting you know that he is there. Imagine that you can see him bounding in a big field that is full of daffodils, bluebells and wild flowers. You were so blessed with one and another. Eeee ecky thump nobody else would do! Do so so understand.........Hope you are okay Sue and managing to rest in your busy schedule. I don't know you do it! Wonder woman eat your heart out! God bless Sue and all Wilsonettes xx Love Karen xx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue, love this background would look great for so many occasions, even male cards!! Really fab effect!! Love Sam xxxx

Janice K said...

Definitely a great design for the men and one I'll be taking inspiration from, many thanks Sue.x

alimecca said...

Hi everyone,
Thought I'd drop by again. So much sad news today. Cameeli your poem was beautiful and says it all really, Tina if you read this, my heart goes out to you now that Berkerly has crossed the a Rainbow Bridge. Steph, thanks for letting us know and it was great that you were there for Tina. God bless everyone, love Alison xx

ladyweir said...

Hi Sue
I really do like the weaving technique and love the card you have made using it.

Victoria said...

Another great technique shown really clearly in the video. As you say, it would be appropriate for a male recipient, but as always, you can vary your colours.

baconbits said...

Evening Sue
stunning background very effective - great for male cards
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Karen Drew said...

Like the lattice. Good base for a mans card
Luv
Karen

Tandy said...

Hi Sue
I haven't watched the video yet will try later. So sorry to hear tinas sad news lots of love and hugs to her and her family. Thank you for your lovely poem Cameeli I only wish my grandchildren were old enough to understand it. My grandson is always telling us his mummy is in the sky.

Karen G Ratcliffe said...

Hi Sue
Great manly looking card which are nice to see for ideas. Your video is really great as usual. Always pick up new tips. Thanks for sharing. Karen

Anne O said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card - I've just had to do a card for my husband and I've borrowed a few ideas. Perfect timing!
Best wishes
Anne O

Lindsay Martin said...

Great masculine card always need ideas for them, just love the woven background, haven't done this technique in ages, and the dies used go so nicely together xxx

Ali B said...

Hi Sue, Sometimes less is more.
Alison B X

Awbluebell said...

Gosh so new to all this and with Sue's help my first post on her blog.

Been a huge fan for several years and plucked up courage to do something new and let the great lady know how thrilled I am to watch her videos and see her beautiful cards, that are so inspiring.

Loved the watermark effect and then the emboss on the lattice work.

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue, live this card simple but stunning!! My heart goes out to Tina and anyone else who's feeling a little low.
Cameeli that was a really touching poem loved it.
On a brighter note my best mate Mandy became an aunty twice today both ladies were having a section done! Can't believe on the same day. Different hospitals tho Her sister had a bouncing baby boy and her husbands sister a bouncing baby girl.
Love Tracy from killie xx

Janice Robinson said...

Great idea for a male card I will be trying this one as I struggle with cards for males,really nice card.

hazel said...

Hi Sue
Beautifully designed card and another wonderful video thank you for sharing it
Take care
Hazel G x

Paper Junkie said...

Hello Sue - very late with my comment today. Just finished a commissioned wedding card and used your lattice bows die - it looks just wonderful. When I've got a camera that works (mine bit the dust a few months ago) I will send you a photo. Away dog/housesitting for my daughter tomorrow until Sunday but hopefully they will leave their laptop so I'll have some internet. Wishing all the Wilsonettes a good week-end.X

Alice G said...

Great card Sue, lots of brilliant tips as always!

Alice xx

Janice Wallace said...

Its amazing how a colour change makes a card so different. Both lovely, but I like the blue best.
hugs to Tina, so sad to lose a loyal companion. They are always there for us when we feel low.
Janice W

Theresa said...

Hi Sue
Today's card is very different to your usual ones
I do like it though and the techniques you have used to create it the centre for the sentiment is lovely and I love the way you have hooked them together to create that special look that only you and spellbinders do
You Take Care Sue
Hugs to you and yours
Theresa xx

Sandy H said...

I've got several male cards to make so thanks you for the inspiration, Sue. The basket-weave embossing folder is one of my favourites but I'd never have thought of using it to make a lattice in a month of Sundays. Haven't got any Kraft Kard so I'm going to try if with a manilla folder.
Thank you for sharing the lovely poem Cameeli.

Anonymous said...


Hi all
Clever background it looks so effective. This combo would be great for males. That die cut in black is very pretty.
Kayleigh B xx

Jennifer Swandells said...

I love the woven/lattice on a card, it is so effective and looks so great when finished. Hugs, Jen xx
Krafty Keepsakes

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card.

Helen Barker said...

Great lattice technique.Love both colour ways could be used for many occasions.
Helen Bx

PharmacyMichele said...

just watched the video-excellent idea for male cards! I love it

Michele.

Marianna Hammer said...

Thank you for another wonderful video :)
This is a lovely card for a man. It's so hard to find ideas for men's cards. I'll have to make one for next Saturday, and I will most probably get help here on you blog :)