Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Scrolled Reveal


Hi guys!  It's video day again.  If you have never done a card in this style, have a watch!  They are a really unique way to present your sentiment or stamped images on your card making projects!  I will break it down in steps and you will see just how easy it is!


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

183 comments:

pam said...

Gorgeous card love the scrolled effect

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Morning Sue, just lovely, and elegant. lvove the colour will watch later
Have a lovely day everyone, I can look forward to a rosemary Connolly salss class tonight
Cameeli xx

Marleine said...


Morning Sue,
Love the card. Very different . X

Debby Berry said...

Good morning Sue,
I look forward to this new technique it looks fantastic. I have been playing with my new Sue Wilson Collection of dies, they are amazing. The bows are too cute for word. Thank and good job!

Alice G said...

Morning Sue,

The scroll effect is brilliant, love this idea.

Alice xx

Debby Berry said...

Good morning Sue,
I look forward to this new technique it looks fantastic. I have been playing with my new Sue Wilson Collection of dies, they are amazing. The bows are too cute for word. Thank and good job!

Eemeli said...

The outcome is stunning! I will watch the video a bit later. Have a great day!

Hugs,
Eemeli

Marion Bull said...

Stunning card and looking forward to trying it later after I have watched the video. Thank you
Marion B xx

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, a really different card, love the idea, the layout and the colour. Off to watch the video now. Bx

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a fantastic card have seen the scroll
design before but not this way usually with
a topper inside like the sentiment idea
though and colours are beautiful.
will catch vide owhen I get back in.
Nancyd xx

Clai01 said...

Hello Sue
really lovely card as always x

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
What an unusual card! Love the scroll effects. Thank you for sharing.

kitty davies said...

Morning Sue
Just simply stunning, I will watch the video later, hope you are having a good time at the show take care Kitty

Anonymous said...

Hi sue. Lovely card. This technique looks great must try it later when i have finished a wedding card i am making for my friends daughters up coming wedding. Hope your shows went well and everyone love your new dies.
Best Wishes
Denise x

Anonymous said...

Hi sue
What a stunning card love the colour and the scrolled effect thank you Tracy w x

Deborah Artliff said...

Morning Sue another stunning card. I like the colour its so classy. Im off now to see this new techineque. So ill see you back here tomorrow. Take care Xxx

Debs A

kimberley said...

Very nice-love the double scroll effect,take care,x.

Maria I said...

What an unusual card
never seen this technique before will watch the video later
Xx

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. This is a gorgeous card, love that scrolled effect and the colour : ) Off to watch the video to see just how you do it. Take care.

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great card Sue.

Helen Owen said...

Lovely background colour, I love this technique, this would make a good man card Helen O xxx

Sam Smithard said...

Hi Sue, I hope the NEC is going well, and all the retailers Love your Awesome Dies as much as The Crafters do!
"What A Truly Wonderful Video" this morning I love how you broke each part down as at first look it looks more difficult, I think I could even do this Lol! I Love the Teal Card and the Beautiful Stamp you used and not forgetting The Spellbinder Die, Thank You So Much for sharing The Fabulous Technique with the Scrolled Centre then placing your Sentiment inside and Bling across the top, I've never used this technique so it's a new one for me. I Love The Teal and The Black together simply Stunning, so many Different Colours can be applied Extremely Awesome, Beautiful, Stuuning, Card as always.
Take care Sue love and hugs from Sam x
Pam your obviously a very early riser, my dogs get me up very early! Lancashire Steph, I hope you're well today! and Norah I really hope you won your argument yesterday with your daily aches and pains! Cameeli you must be so fit when yourself and Norah mentioned what Spinning was I needed a rest Lol!
Heather T the waiting is the worst part, what a Fabulous son you have purchasing some of Sue's Dies for you, Snowqueen 2 I'm so pleased you didn't break your New Dies, I noticed yesterday we had a new Wilsonette joined us Elspeth I just wanted to say welcome to all new Blog members, we're one big happy family called "The Wilsonettes" and I belief a wonderful lady called Lancashire Steph, gave us all that name correct me if I'm wrong!
Have a great day all you wonderful ladies, I've got my Craft Class today and we're Stamping Rose's. Hugs from Sam x

Annie said...

GM Sue. Fabulous card as always. Will have to watch vid as usual tonight unless I can take a peek at work!

floss said...

Hi Sue,
I love today's card and will watch the video later. X

englishrose897 said...

Good morning Sue and all followers. Very different card this morning. Will watch the video laters. Thanks Sally x

auscrafts said...

such a lovely card .not done this technique for ages thanks for the reminder

Vick said...

Good Morning Sue,
Love the teal card. will watch the video later, also cannot wait till the blog candy is drawn, whoo hoo!!! could do with some of those goodies to cheer me up, then again so could everyone else i guess! ha! good luck everyone, and again thank you for being so generous Sue. have a lovely day, vick xx
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Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A great video, a fabulous card, loving the scrolling, so very effective, and also the gorgeous die-cut nestled into the aperture. A fabulous card !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

TDQ Karen said...

Love the scroll effect, lovely card xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue the card is gorgeous. I haven't seen this technique before I will be watching the video later. Last day at the NEC I hope the clearing up goes well and that you have a safe journey home. Enjoy today. Love Jackie

Maggie Phillips said...

Hi Sue. A really unusual card today with the scrolling in the centre. Will watch the video later to see how it's done!
Maggie x

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue just watched the video and I really like this card, it's so different. I could see endless uses for lots of occasions in other colours and sentiments. Thank you for another great technique x

Vick said...

Oh also Sue, I went to set my record button for Sunday's shows as i cannot miss you for the world, lol, but the 5-6pm is showing up as metalcraft and not you??? can you let us know for sure as i don't want to miss you, i have set the tool shed shows up though! hugs, V xx
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My YTChannel vixcrafts

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, wow a stunner of a card. Love the scrolls, off to watch the video with a cup of tea. Lol lynne m x x x

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card, love the scroll effect, busy week as its half term so hopefully will get time to watch later.
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

Jan.moogie said...

Now that's a bit different Sue, what a lovely effect on a great looking card.x

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue and Wilsonettes
Fabulous card and video, I've seen the scroll effect before but not in this way. I love your stamps that match the dies my favourite is the Cathederal Lace set, are you bringing out stamps to match your dies? (When you get a spare 5 minutes lol). Cameeli you certainly have a lot of energy, Snowqueen I hope you are over the shock of nearly destroying your dies. Nora and Steph I hope your feeling a bit better today.
Hugs x
Heather T

Brenda Hanlon said...

Great looking card, not seen this effect before will watch the video later. Love the colours.

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - great video - have used the scroll effect before but not round a focal element - I used it as a frame and it is very effective. Love that teal!

I am thinking of starting a papercraft (as opposed to a general craft) club in my area but not sure it's a good idea - have other Wilsonettes done likewise I wonder? and have they been successful? I am thinking 3 hours on weekday morning once a month if I can find a suitable and affordable venue - but what about insurance? i.e. if someone cuts their finger off or damages tables with a craft knife say?.. and do folks work on their own projects or are demos required? so many questions - if you any advice/comments I would appreciate them!
Rgs
Clare W

Joan D said...

What an unusual card. Love the colours and one which could be used for the boys xx

Evelyn Sinclair said...

Really different. Would be lovely with a discouraged flower instead of a sentiment. Love from Ireland. Evelyn. X

Evelyn Sinclair said...

That was meant to be a decoupaged flower. Blooming predictive text. LoL Evelyn x

karenlotty said...

Another clever idea Unusual colours as well

Anonymous said...

Another clever technique with the scrolling, Sue, definitely one to try. Love the colours on this card.
Thanks for the video!

'P' in Wales

Nanny Jo said...

Great idea, Sue...really makes it stand out! Jo x

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Well, I've never seen that type of reveal before. How very clever. The whole card is beautiful and so lends itself to a male card. Brilliant.
And the video makes it so easy to follow the individual steps to make this creation.
Thank you, Sue.
Hugs, Rose

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, love the scrolled effect, going to watch the video now. Love Jean xxx

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
Am back here in Sheffield so back to normal this morning. So it was lovely to see that you had invited me into your craft room for my morning cup of coffee and one of your wonderful demos.
What more could I want than Sue Wilson herself and a beautiful gift in the colours of TEAL and black.
I love the format simple and so useful for either gender and nearly any occasion.
I still am in love with TEAL and don't think I shall ever fall out with the colour.
Today's gift as you say is a little different for a SW card but when finished still has all the wow factors you give us.
Have to get ready for my fortnightly crafty afternoon and catch up with being away so it's going to be a busy day.
See you tomorrow.
Janet x

Fieldsend said...

Wow, wow, wow, what another super technique Sue and
"Thank You For Being There" What would we do without your great ideas - love them n oh the card to. Scroll effect is gorgeous. Have a nice day.

Love June
Xx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, love this scroll effect. I will have to give it a try. Nice to see teal colour again. Hope you had a really good show with loads orders for your dies.

Love Rosemarie xx

Ecco of Sheffield said...

Sue
PS for got to say my dies have arrived and I bought "Umbria" "Filigree Bows" and "Classic Rose".
They look absolutely FANTASTIC and cannot wait to play with them. Unfortunately it'll have to be tomorrow so nothing will get done apart from Crafting with Sue Wilson.
Who could want more!!!!
Janet x

Anonymous said...

Sam Smithard - Wilsonettes

Many many moons before Steph joined think it was Clare W who coined the phrase - please confirm, Clare

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card, I have done the scrolled reveal before but only in a single layer, will give the double a try.
Donna Jones

Pauline Norbury said...

Hi sue
Lovely idea. Lovely card as always

ellyscard creatief said...

Gorgeous card.
The scrolled effect is beautiful.
Gr Elly

Alison Couchman said...

I LIKE this! Very intrigued to learn the technique so off to watch the video.
Have a good day folks.
Alison

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Seen this scrolling technique before but never tried it so will have to give it a go. Looking forward to seeing you on tv will have the recorder set. Hope all fellow Wilsonettes are ok this morning, at least the weather is a bit better today. Cameeli you must be super fit what with spinning etc and now salsa too! Love to all, Alison xx

Donna Jones said...

CLARE W, do you have a local hobby craft store? I have read on the notice board in mine that they offer a table so people can have a craft club in store, never looked into it myself but maybe worth contacting them or checking on their website.
Good luck
Donna J

Karen Stafford said...

Great technique. Playing with my new dies and think I'll be playing with my new dies for the rest of the week too! Housework.... next week!! xx

Maryann Laursen said...

Sooooo gorgeous work here once again Sue.

Gail said...

Good morning Sue,
I will watch the video later this morning, but is like the idea of this card, and teal is one of my favourite colours!
Gail Cx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Beautiful card, not used the scroll effect myself but have seen it before. Looking forward to watching the video later, then I might just have a go at the technique.
I expect you have been inundated with orders for your wonderful dies.
Lydia
X

snowqueen62 said...

Good morning Sue and fellow Wilsonettes
What a lovely technique. Really like the scrolls effect. One of my favourite colour combinations teal and black. A lovely card for the men in our lives. Video instructions were great as usual Sue. Thank you.
Hugs Sue xx

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sue,
Love your card as always this morning. The teal, black and white look wonderful together. Many thanks for another great video and I think the double scroll effect looks great so it was good to see how you did that.

Love Sheila xx

Sue from Wiltshire said...

Interesting card, the scroll is very effective and will have a go!

Clare W I used to teach with a friend paper craft classes in a church hall. 2hrs 30mins, but hire hall for 3. We provided basic equipment but you could ask students to bring basics. We used to have a project to make and would go step by step. Had to have public liability insurance which I got through craft insurance. It was very satisfying. Or you could just test the water and see if people just want to get together for hobby session. Cost would be different then. Hope this helps.

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
Wow love the scrolls, I have done this on the edge of a page, but this looks fantastic
Hugs
carol x

gwen70 said...

Love the scroll effect, always good to get new ideas

gwen70 said...

Love the scroll effect, always good to get new ideas

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, love the scroll idea thanks for the video love Jean Z xxx

Anonymous said...

GM Anonymous - you have a very good memory! re your comment above re 'Wilsonettes' - I think I may be 'guilty as charged' - it struck me that we should have a collective noun and an identity - not just 'bloggers' - so I offered up 'Wilsonettes' and, most probably in the absence of any other suggestions, it seems to have stuck. But I am not precious about it and I dont want a fight with Steph over it !!

Thanks Donna Jones for The Hobbycraft table suggestion but there isn't one fo miles round these parts. I think it will be hire a village hall job if I decide to go ahead with the idea.
Rgs
Clare W

Debbie Tinks said...

Nice card Sue ...happy crafting x

Marion said...

Hi Sue the scroll was certainly differant and love the teal colour.
Marion H

Maid of Kent said...

Good morning Sue and Wilsonettes. Just to make a change the rain has just started again.
The poor people who are flooded out must dread it when the rain starts.
Love the scrolls must try it later around a flower or topper. Have a good day everyone. Sue hope you have had a good time at the NEC . Crafty hugs Ann x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Love the scrolls and the background stamp.
Veronique L

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, love the card today, the teal and black work well together, and the scroll effect is stunning. Will watch the video later. Can I suggest anyone looking to start a craft club, try their local community centres, sometimes they have available rooms for let at reasonable prices. Good luck, take care everyone, Jess.

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Sue and fellow Wilsonettes,
I love the scroll work Sue, but have to admit to watching your videos on that wonderful learning place on the internet that starts with a Y. Ohh we are in for some beautiful cards. I know i cheated but it wasn't until 2nd one in that i realised that the reason i hadn't seen them wasn't because of my mind failing, but because i really hadn't seen them and they were our up and coming surprises. BEAUTIFUL is all i will say.
Cameeli, see when your finished with your exercise class, would you please bottle up all remaining energy and send it up to me. Honest just put Norah, Glenochil and it will reach me, which says a lot for our postmen up here. My body is still trying to come back to order from thinking about spinning yesterday. I'm still waiting on news about the new body, arms and legs but so far no joy.
I do hope that poor Berkeleys' medicine kicks in again soon. I bet she thinks "Oh no, here they come with that sharp thing again to stick in me". I so hope that she feels more like herself soon.
Heather i hope you get the results back soon and are sorted out to be on the recovery road. I think you feel a thousand times worst not know what is wrong than you ever do knowing. It took them until i was 42 to find out what was wrong, i had been getting told growing pains since i was 11. Sorry but on reaching 38 i told the doc that the only way i was growing was out the way as i have been this height since i was 12. So i really hope they can help you flower and soon so that you can start living again.
Going to go now but hopefully i will see you all tomorrow. So that's, Steph, Heather, Tres Berkeley, and me to get a new lease of life and get better. Cameeli, to keep up all the energy so that she can bottle it and send it up to us if our strategy fails us, our new blogees not to be scared of us as we don't honestly bite and are glad that Sue has new people to appreciate her hard work and Clare W, go to it flower and i really hope you succeed. I wish that there was a wee club around me that i could go to when i am able, anyway, bye
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

loftylass said...

Such a beautiful card Sue... love the scrolls.... great video. tfs
Hugs
Heather W
x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Love the look of the scroll frame and the beautiful teal card used today. Will watch video later when I have more time. I really appreciate the videos they are so helpful. Thanks for all your hard work.
Beverley W

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - yet another very different card from you and I love the scroll look. The teal colour is one of my favourities too. The video explains everything so well - hope you manage to get a well-earned rest before your day at C&C. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

marg said...

Hello Sue
I really like the scrolls... makes a great platform for a sentiment too!
I hope you had a wonderful time at the show and I look forward to watching the Video later.
I will be watching you on C/C on Sunday!
Take care Sue!
LoveMarg

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Lovely card Sue!

I love the teal card, it's such a lovely colour. The scroll frame is fab and I shall take some inspiration from that and will give it a go sometime in the future.

Great video, really enjoyed watching it.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Lovely card I have done this effect to make a frame but this idea looks so nice.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

weefortune said...

GM Sue, different style from you but I like it, E x

Denise Hancock said...

Hi Sue lovely card and great video
Denise X

val jones said...

Good Morning Sue. Just have to get a cup of coffee and sit down to watch how you´ve achieved this.
Love Val in Spain x

Brenda Lello said...

Good morning Sue,
Love teal with black they just compliment each other so well, The also love the way you use the scrolling as a frame for your focal point I have yet to try this - but will have a go because the result is gorgeous.
Stunning card Sue, I don't where your ideas keep coming from - but we love it.
Take care love Brenda xxx

Susan White said...

Love the teal colour and the black border! Really effective - thanks, Susan x

bluebell-flowerwood said...

hello all nice idea for the card today. love the filigree bow set of yours sue. like the idea of the shot card making class on a wensday. crafting hugs bluebell-flowerwood.

Anonymous said...

'morning Sue, I KNOW you'll have had a successful show. I hope you can "chill out" for a while. Thanks as always Mabex

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love the scroll work, can't wait to try it looks so interesting.
Janet, the Umbria die is fantastic, I have made loads of cards with it, you'll love it
Best wishes, Pat

Nikkinoo said...

Hi Sue,
Not too sure about this one, will watch the video later and maybe be converted.
Lovely colour combination though!
Nina

Lindsay Martin said...

Lovely card, suitable for a guy too with a slightly less lacy background, as the scrolls give all the embellishment needed, hope your not too tired with the shows, not long now for us all to see you on Sunday xxx

Jacquie said...

Hi Sue,

Beautiful card, love the colour and design, I shall watch the video later.

Love & Hugs

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

Pinky said...

Hi Sue like the scrolls and the inset frame around them but not over keen on the stamped background. Think I would prefer a different colour combo! Vicki

Carol S. said...

Great card and love the design. Hugs, Carol S.xx

hazel young said...

Love the scroll effect lovely card xx hazel

Lorraine Thompson said...

Love the scrolled effect Great idea and looks great in with your die xx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue, love this reveal frame, I've done one or two before but hadn't thought to double the frame as you have, love the effect that you've created.x

camelot67 said...

Good Morning Sue,

Another delightful card to start our day and although I too have seen the scrolling technique before I've never tried it myself. I shall be glued to the video screen a little later today to see how it should be done! Thanks for sharing this with us and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
Margaret A.

ros hodgkins said...

Hello Sue, what a lovely card, and very sneaky having two white cards giving a clever reveal. The glitter just finishes it perfectly.
X Ros

Anne Crawford said...

Good video and interesting card, would make a great mans card.I have used the scrolling technique before and had forgotten about it, it is really effective and I'm glad you reminded me of it , hoping to get the chance to play with my new goodies today! xo

lynda said...

Good morning Sue & fellow Wilsonettes
I love this card Sue but have watch video later the teal colour is gorgeous & the stamps & die used I am looking forward to the video to learn another technique thank you Sue .
But I have another hospital appointment so many lately So many things are stopping to work properly think I'm falling apart I have irregular heart beat so have to have an operation soon. Today ( don't laugh ) I'm getting my hearing aid fitted just hope it makes my tinnitus more bearable. And to top it all my arthuritas is getting worse. Enough of me. My 8 paws are sending 4 paws Berkeley big paw hugs.Heather hope your results come soon Steph & Norah hoping you feeling a bit better.today.
Cameeli glad all your spinning is paying off well done in your weight loss ,just thinking of spinning I would spin out of control & end up on the floor lol.
Love & hugs Sue & all the lovely Wilsonettes xxx

Sonia Jones said...

Lovely card today hugs Sonia x

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, this card looks beautiful and very intriguing! Will have to watch the video a bit later.

Jacqui aka Morgana said...

I have never tried the scrolled effect but I love the look of it. Yet another technique you have shown to add to the list to try at some point, when broken arm and working schedule allow. Until then I will content myself with the inspiration you give.

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, Thank you for a fabulous video. Happy to see my favourite teal putting in an appearance. This card is sooo elegant, love the scroll effect. Hope the NEC has gone well, have a safe journey home.
Hope Steph, Norah, Berkeley, Tres and Lynda are feeling better.
Take care everyone.
Hugs June xxx

Lacelady said...

Ooooh a new technique to play with. Thank you for sharing, I'm off to watch the video now.

Aspiring crafter said...

Great video and card Sue that stamp is striking and looks so great in those colours.
Thanks for the new technique -I too am not confident with a craft knife!!!!
XxxRuth

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
FUN CARD. I SHALL HAVE TO BE HAVE A GO AT THIS ONE. LOVE THE COLOUR. LOVE MAKING BACK GROUND PAPERS WITH THE STAMPS. NO ONE WILL HAVE ONE THE SAME AS THE ONE YOU MADE.
BRILL CARD.
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
FUN CARD. I SHALL HAVE TO BE HAVE A GO AT THIS ONE. LOVE THE COLOUR. LOVE MAKING BACK GROUND PAPERS WITH THE STAMPS. NO ONE WILL HAVE ONE THE SAME AS THE ONE YOU MADE.
BRILL CARD.
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

SHARICA said...

Great Card .. Very different

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue lovely card today and I love the colours and technique. Will watch the video later
Love Tracy from killie x

Kate's Cards said...

Love the card and the twist with the scrolls!

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Very different with those scrolls. Thanks for the video.

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, certainly a different style for you but I like it and love the scrolls. Great video as always.
My Grand Calibur broke last night :( but I have my trusty little Cuttlebug to keep me going until I can get it repaired so I shouldn't suffer too much from withdrawal symptoms :-)
Hope you get a rest after Stitches and looking forward to Sunday.
Frances

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, superb card, love the scroll idea. Will watch video later.
ValC xx

craftycarol said...

Morning Sue,
I have just sat and watched your video and really enjoyed it, I have both the stamp and dies but never thought of using them in this way. Thankyou for your inspiration.
Carol x

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !! What a fab card today !! And a video to !! I really love video days !! I am so very happy and thankful to be a part of this wonderful blog. As always your video was so helpful and inspiring Sue. I really love this card. It is using my most favourite teal card !! (apart from the soft gold card which is my other favourite card !!) I love the scroll effect technique, definately one to try and as others have said, I think it is a great card for the men as they are so hard to make cards for. Thank you Sue for sharing another beautiful card with us.
I hope everyone is ok. Wishing all the Willsonettes lots of love from Tres x x x

Janette MacArthur said...

Hi Sue - I just love the double scrolls - what a great idea & am now on my way upstairs to give it a go!
Thanks again for all your wonderful ideas
Hugs Janette xx

baconbits said...

Afternoon Sue
Stunning card today and my favourite colour. Love the scrolled effect.
TFS
Hugs
Amanda x

Cazzie D said...

Morning Sue

What a wonderful way to present the fold-back cut technique.
Caz x

terrie said...

This card is wonderful...I like how your rolled the paper in the center..it made me think of the opening of a rose flower..well done by adding the gliiter on the rolled paper..
Great card Sue!

CraftyJo said...

Very pretty, boy have I got a lot of videos to catch up on though! I think I need to get 'sick' and stay in bed for a day just so I have an excuse to watch Sue :)

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Very nice, going to give it a try.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

Laura O said...

this is a lovely card Sue,scrolled effect is beautiful.Laura O

Karen Knight said...

Hi Sue, sorry didn't comment yesterday as not well at all. Love the teal and black combo - a really quite sexy look! Tried the scroll technique before some time ago - failed miserably but will maybe give another try along with the video. Take care, Karen x

Patricia said...

Good afternoon Sue,
Another stunning card and great Video
Enjoy the rest of your day
Hugs

Patricia xxx

Micky French said...

Lovely card Sue, something a bit different.
Hugs Michelle xxxx

minx said...

Hi Sue , such a beautiful card very elegant and gorgeous colours . I so look forward to watching your videos , you give such detailed tips on how to use the products well . Thank you for the inspiration you give us your talent is endless . May xx

Helen Kington said...

Sue I love this card it is so elegant and I love the scroll effect particularly. Helen xx

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue
Today's card is so different , love the teal and black combo with the Lacey background stamp. Think the scrolls adds another dimension , they look lovely with the snow glitter . Altogether lovely !!!

Hugs
Jean D xx

Anonymous said...

Love this idea. The scroll wirk looks fab will have a go after watching the video.
Love
Irene Allen

Disco Queen said...

Fab card Sue. It's been a long time since I created scrolls. Inspired to give it another go. Theresa x

rachel said...

this looks just wonderful - love that blue - beautiful xx

TOB said...

I love this design I have done many of them and they look different every time. This is a great look for a graduation picture for scrapbooking. Hugs x Theresax

hollyberry said...

Great scrolled effect that makes this card really different.

MRS DUCK said...

Good afternoon Sue and everyone.
Know I'm in the minority but this ones not my cuppa I'm afraid. I think its the background stamp that's not doing it for me.
My Striplet die arrived today so shall go play this afternoon.
Yes, the "Wilsonettes" existed a long time before Lanc Steph appeared.
Ang x

Jennifer Swandells said...

Different type card today Sue, think I will go and have a try at the scroll type card. Hugs, Jen xx
Krafty Keepsakes

Margaret said...

Hi Sue
What a stunning effect you have created love it, you never fail to amaze!
Do hope all going wonderfully well at Birmingham. Counting the days until Sunday.
Take care Sue and everyone.
Margaret corgi owner

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. Know what I shall be doing later as I think the technique for the scrolls is so clever. Your Quilled Blooms arrived today and are simply adorable. What a clever thing you are. xx Maggie (better without a bow)

Vie Carter said...

what a great idea this reveal scroll efect is, great card

Vie
x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Great scrolls and love the colours

magpie said...

Helloooo Sue and fellow "Wilsonettes!" Love the video Sue and the great way to apply your sentiments inside these scrolls. I have to say the way I saw this type of "curling" was on the rose petals...so this is another fine idea! As always love the teal, the stamp and the iced snow....anything that glitters for me! Cameeli, proud of you with the diet and exercise, Heather with the results hope things will be good, Claire with the craft class, Linda with the tinnitus, (same here but I can just about put up with mine), our Norah (it's a pleasure to read all about you and the Wilsonettes and to Steph, I hope with all my heart that Berkeley will be back to fine fettle soon..... xx Take care everyone and "thank you" so much Sue for your wonderful videos, time and inspiration! xx Love Karen xx

Adrianne Fane-Hervey said...

Love it specially that stamp
hugs adie

Sheila Lampard said...

Hi Sue
Just had a crafty peak at the video (although no sound) - lovely card - enjoyed with a cuppa!
I've tried these scrolls, to make the card look like a blouse opening - quite effective with some bling behind the scrolls!
(An idea for you Wilsonettes).
Received my Sue goodies yesterday - hoping that you will do a tutorial for making the Classic Rose from your dies... just not sure how to make it look as good as you do.
Bye for now (back to work now)
Sheila x

Jane said...

Nice effect today Sue something a little different.

Jane xx

hazel said...

Hi Sue
Really enjoyed watching your Video.I have never framed any of my sentiments before but your Technique is Amazing Sue will have to give it a go thanks you for sharing with us all. You have made a stunning card
Take care
Hazel G x

craftylisa said...

Stunning sue,love the colours xx

Ita O'Byrne O'Keeffe said...

Hi Sue Wow Wow what a fantastic idea.i am also not good with the craft knife,I will have to get hubby to do the cutting.the stamp is stunning,More of your dies have arrived from Joanna.
I am looking forward to playing with them,espicLy the Bows.
Ita

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

Another elegant card. I have never seen this technique before, so will go away and try it myself. Won't look anywhere near as neat as yours, but I will persevere.
I have been playing with my Rose set and the Bow set and can't say enough about them - they are brilliant. Take care. Bye for now.
SandraP xxx

Pamela said...

What a lovely way to use paper folding techniques I will have to give this one a go.

Annie Pennington said...

Love the use of a scroll to enhance the sentiment.

Jan Sharp said...

Not seen this technique before and think it's very effective! I learn such a lot from these blogs. Thank you. Jan x

Helen Barker said...

Lovely card very elegant looking.Gorgeous colour x

sharon said...

Good evening Sue
I loved the video but I'm afraid the jury is still out on this one...lol...I did enjoy watching it's construction though. My faux leaves dies arrived today and I cut them immediately...wow..they're fab, they're my newest and most favorite dies already!!
Hugs
Sharon Kirkwood x

Myra said...

Hi Sue,
Hi fellow "Wilsonettes"'
Never knew where the name originated from as it was here long before me! Great name though! Was it Steph who named the WOW ( wonder of Wilson) ?
I haven't seen video as yet - been at Trafford Centre today and between driving and walking around in high heeled boots am a little tired!
Had to check the Blog , however! Won't have lost burned any calories either - had lunch!
Trust everyone is feeling not too bad today - will read posts later!
Thanks again Sue for a lovely card - very different!
Love to all, Myra.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue and Wilsonettes. A typical W.O.W card today. Hope you had another successful day at the NEC and have a safe journey home and hopefully some rest before Sunday, although you always seem to be 'buzzing'
Id love to be buzzing, rather than emotionaly drained today. May share this day with you my friends and family when I feel able.
Hugs to all.
Lancashire Steph xx

Ali B said...

Hi Sue,
Another great technique to try,I don't know where you get it all from but keep going!!! I like the scroll idea its on the list to try. Does it matter what size you cut the cross then roll back? Suppose it depends on the size of you sentiment or focal point.
Think I have just answered ny own question!
Alison B. x

Anonymous said...

Sending you a hug Steph x
Heather T

Margaret said...

Message for Lancashire Steph

You have been in my thoughts most of the day and not sure why. Having just seen your comment on Sue's blog please be assured I am thinking of you, hang on in there, we are all thinking of you.
Sending you love and hugs from me and the corgis
Margaret

Suebak said...

What a lovely idea for a card. Thanks.

Susan x

Theresa said...

Hi Sue
What a wonderful video today. It looks so intriguing people will be wondering how it has been done without watching the video. I love it Sue you are so talented and share this so freely with us all so thank you Sue
You take care Sue
Theresa x

Pam said...

Hello Lanc Steph, you seem to have been pretty quiet for a few days now. I hope you are on the mend honey, we worry about you. To Lynda take care , I had a heart op to stop Svt attacks, not totally successful but best thing I could have done. Sam I haven't slept well since I lost my beloved Brian, usually up about 4 or 5 am. To all Wilsonettes who are not well please take care x

sued99 said...

Unusual style of card but not really to my taste today. Sorry!

Joanne K said...

Evening Sue, thanks for a great card and video today. Kind regards Joanne K x

Theresa Pace said...

love the colour combo you used. interesting scroll aperture xx oh some dimensions would be helpful for scrolls i mean

Tina Eldridge said...

Hi Sue

I do like this card today, and love the way you make it look quite simple that we can all achieve, love the video, it's a shame we can't have a video every day on every card. ( Selfish I know ).

I was'nt going to blog today, but I have to say thank you to the special ladies that are keeping in contact with me about my Berkeley dog. I will let you know tomorrow when I get results.

Steph, I also noticed you have not been yourself (Very quiet) are you OK. We miss your long blogs. Hugs X

Kind regards :-

Tina XX

christine c said...

hello sue and everyone. teal is
one of my favourite colours and
teamed up with black makes a
great colour combo for a male
card.i will be trying the scrolling as it is something
different. this is the second
post I have wrote as my laptop
keeps freezing it,s so
blinkin annoying. from
Christine c

brenda said...

Hi Sue, I haven't seen the scroll effect before but definitely will give it a try , it looks so effective. X

Pearl said...

Hi Sue, lovely yet strange card today but the effect is very good and I would use this for a male card.

Craftihappiness to you all, love from Pearl

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Wow, this card looks fantastic. I shall have to watch the video tomorrow, as we have just arrived back from Gt Oakley which is near Harwich. We took our 2nd oldest grand daughter down to see some friends of ours. She last went down 6 yrs ago when she and her elder sister came down with us and stayed a week with them Bet was 83 today so we went for a surprise visit. Sophie had been wanting to go down for the last 2yrs. It was a round trip of over 300 miles, but well worth it to see her face when we walked in.

Karen G Ratcliffe said...

Hi Sue, Loved the video, will have to try the scrolled technique on my cards. Like the framework you used too! The scroll works almost looks like an open rose.
Hugs, Karen

SandyH said...

The scrolls look so effective. I've tried a single one before and it ended up in the bin as I'm not very good with a craft knife, but perhaps its time I tried again. Loved the video.

Evelyn, your predictive text made me smile! I sat wondering what the heck are "discouraged flowers" for a minute or so before I read your second message.

Thinking of you Steph - everyone notices when things aren't right.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
Great scroll effect, I must try this. It would look good for a mans card done in a vintage style. The stamping on the teal card looks lovely it stands out so much.
Kayleigh B x

Heather Rogers said...

Hello Sue
Hectic week but will watch the video tomorrow and comment . However the card is looking great!
Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

kitty davies said...

Hi Sue how behind am I just watched the video absolutly stunning so clever of you thank you take care Kitty.

Sue Dunn said...

Just lovely Sue. Another technique to try. X

Marianna Hammer said...

Thank you for another wonderful video. This card looks so complicated and yet you show us how easy it is to make it :)

Haze T said...

Hi Sue

Love the design of this card, always nice to see different styles.
Love the colour combination too.

Stunning & pretty

Crafty Hugs
Haze xx

Nan said...

Really like the scroll effect. Very pretty card.

Anonymous said...

Great idea with the scroll framing the sentiment -- must try it.

5911countess

julie laz said...

Hi Sue,(die qween) love this card,can you tell us what your bringing to c&c next week please, Crafty hugs julie

Ann said...

Love your cards Sue, have recently purchased two of you new dies and I love them. Thanks for your inspirational ideas.
Just one thing how can I soften my Cosmic shimmer gilding wax.
Thanks Ann