Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Inlaid Roses



Hi bloggers!  It is finally video day again!  If you remember the card that I showed several weeks back with the inlaid Faux Quilled leaves, I said that there was a video showing the technique and this is it.  I hope you enjoy the video as it shows a step by step method to achieve this technique and it is really very easy to do.  Don't forget to become a subscriber to my YouTube channel while you're there!

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Finished dimensions are 7" x 9" in size.  All for now, Sue x

187 comments:

Pam said...

Lovely lovely card, so gorgeous.
Norah are you okay honey, hugs and best wishes to everyone. My daughter adopted a 6 year old boxer dog Buster, yesterday, he is a stunner and he has settled in immediately.

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Good Morning Sue, and all the crafty crew!!
Wow!! this is such a lovely card. Thank you for sharing.
I particularly like these flowers and lucky for me I have them in my collection. will watch the video later!!
Not the most pretty of mornings but its got to get sunnier soon.
Have a great day everyone.
Cameeli xx

Hazel said...

Good morning Sue. Love today's card. Hazel xx

Lacelady said...

Ooh, I loved both this card and the leafy version when you posted them, so it's really nice to have a video to watch too. I have both dies (flowers and leaves) so I'm all set to go.

Eemeli said...

Morning Sue. Very wonderfully cas looking card today. Love the
simplicity and the flowers are gorgeous! Gotta watch the video
a bit later.

Hugs from Finland,
Eemeli

Marion Bull said...

Love this card, so simple and so effective. Got these dies so will have a go later.
Hugs
Marion B

Rosie said...

On Tuesdays I have an early start, so will watch later, but really pleased you are showing the technique, as it looks so effective.

Anonymous said...

Clever technique, Sue, can see lots of possibilities - with other dies too. Thank you for another great video.
Hey, Pam, another new grand-dog in our big blog family - welcome to Buster!

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, beautiful card, great for a sympathy card as it is not too fussy. Love the technique and love the colours too! Love Jean xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, love this card, and a great video showing how to do it. Bx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. I love the quilled leaves card when you showed that card and this one is just as beautiful. So pleased you made a video of this technique so we can follow it step by step as some times i need pictures to follow as words just don't do it lol. Can see this in many different colour ways and with some of my other dies. Thanks for taking the time to make all of the videos.
Best Wishes.
Denise x

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a great technique it's one that has a whole host of possibilities for us. Today's card is simple but elegant, the colours are my favourite and I love that it's flat for posting because the postage has gone up so much. I posted my granddaughter's birthday card yesterday and it was very expensive (it would have been cheaper to have delivered it by hand) LOL.
Hugs x
Heather T

kitty davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you for showing this technique, now i am on a roll I shall try it with a butterfly die, I think you maybe did do a similar one with the butterflies.
I hope you are having a good time with your family and all is well.
To all the Wilsonettes have a great day and take care Kitty.Oh Sue the card is lovely too.

tracy w said...

Hi sue
Great technique makes this card simple but beautiful love the peacock card must order some must go and watch the video again thanks Tracy w x

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue and everyone.
I love watching all your techniques, I find it easier to watch than read instructions. Beautiful card, can't wait to watch the video.
Sue xxx

englishrose897 said...

Good morning Sue and all followers,
Lovely card this morning, it looks very easy to make .
Have a great day.
Sally x

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful CAS card. I love the colours and the dies used. So easy but soooo effective : )
Pam, sending your daily hug. How lovely that your daughter has got a new member of the family, who has settled in so well:)
X for all that are in need today.
Norah, I hope you are ok?
Take care

Vick said...

Morning Sue,

I really love this effect, the card is stunning and i am going to watch the video later, hugs hun, Vick xx
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Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
A gorgeous example of "less is more" I think. Love this technique and the fab video to show us how it's done. Thank you for sharing.
Crafty hugs to all.

TDQ Karen said...

This looks so effective and such a clean card, I really like it xxx

Gail said...

Hi Sue and crafters,
Great card! I will watch the video later.
Gail Cx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great card ,will watch video later.

Anonymous said...

Good Morning Sue, just this minute got back from holiday, had to have a quick look at your blog before hitting the hay! gorgeous designs as always, will have a better look when i get up zzzzz Love, Judy M

Deborah Artliff said...

Good morning Sue what s pretty card I love this idea with the flowers. I got these flowers yesterday so I will be having ago at this one. If you dont mind. Off to watch video now so take care xx

Debs A

Carole Z said...

Super card Sue, will watch video after work! Carole Z X

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
I am so excited - I have just had a delivery which includes this die, so I will be studying this video and trying this technique out because I love it
Pat x

Maureen Killen said...

Good morning Sue,
What a nice delicate card, ideal for a sympathy card or card for someone who is poorly.
The sun is shining in Newcastle, yay. xx

PharmacyMichele said...

Stunning card & great that its flat for posting.

Michele.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, I loved watching you show us this tip, I was amazed how it worked out, the possibilities are endless with this technique. Thank you for sharing, Sue. A gorgeous card, although I would have to embellish it haha.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Diane said...

A lean ans simple card today sue as a change but so pretty. I love the colours. Have a great day with your mum. Love Diane G xxx

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous as always. I'm looking forward to watching the video later. Have a great day. Love Jackie

fame01 said...

Hi Sue Great card I must say the colour combo is nice to I bet I would look great in pastel colours to. Hugs to all who needs one ... sarah xx

nannapat said...

Love the clean and simple look of this card Sue. Thank you for the video. Pat x

Alison Couchman said...

I think this is fab. I've been trying to make more cards that are flatter for posting so will give this a go. I don't have these dies but I must have something that will work.
Alison

AnneRD said...

Good morning Sue. I love the simplicity yet effectiveness of this design, I am sure it would look stunning in lots of different colour combinations. Anne x

Jayne S said...

Lovely card and so useful to occasionally have a flat card. I have these dies so will give it a try. Thanks Sue.

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - ooooh - this is a must try! could be used for so many ocassions - However, I dont think I'll be able to resist the urge to put a pearl in the centre of those flowers though!!!
Rgs
Clare W

Lilian said...


Hi All, beautiful card as usual today, loved the leaf version
of this card also, will give it a go now we have video to follow. Best Wishes Lilian

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Very Different I love the flowers which I have they are so pretty love Jean Z xxx

karenlotty said...

Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous! This is a my kind of card unfussy, clean and simple

Aspiring crafter said...

This is a really eye catching card Sue- look forward to watching the video later,
XxxxRuth

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card, its a twofer with a bit more work as you can use the left over of white and blue card to make another background to fill with more flowers. Great video too.
Donna Jones

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
Love this technique you did this technique many moons ago and I have tried many time.
Hugs
Carol x

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Beautiful simple card so clean and crisp will come in handy for those very sad occasions when we just do not know what to say a simple greeting and this very pretty design. Thankyou.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Jan.moogie said...

lovely card that shows off those dies a treat xx

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone.
Nice card and a technique I've found useful in the past.
Have a great day.
Ang x

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue and everyone a simple but pretty card with great techniques x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue and all Wilsonettes from a lovely sunny Bolton (all set to change soon) !
What a clean crisp looking card today. You have shown us that 'flat' cards are just as effective as layered, and the video tutorial was great, thank you. I remember the faux leaf card you did a few weeks back and thought how lovely and simple, but effective that was, and that I should save for that set, but now you have shown us your rose dies used this way, I need these also, oh well, maybe someone should design a Teramundi pot for crafters !
Im still not a pro on what dies can be used for certain projects, so can the faux quilled flowers be used like this ? If anyone can advise me on that or any other die that can be used in a similar way id be so grateful - thank you.

Off for my infusion today then back to my card marathon ! Thank goodness the other hospital have not called to get me in as Im far too busy to spend time away from my craft space !
Welcome to our newest canine Wilsonette ( 3 so far this year)

Caring hugs for our Pam today. And Gail, thinking of you all.

Have a great day Sue, hope your weather is perking up (although I bet its still lovely and warm even if it is dull and cloudy) and to all our Wilsonette family, hugs to those that need hugs.

Lancashire Steph xx

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
These are the dies along with the leaves that are next on my list, will watch video later as finally my new sofa will be delivered tomorrow so got to sort the room out ready and my new GC has a rattle and a loose handle so awaiting instructions on what they are going to do about it as only had it a month.
Lovely card and I have some new coloured card on order so will be having a play once I get my GC back as can't do much with my cuttlebug.
Love and hugs to all
Happy crafting
Love Tina x

doreenj said...



Love that technique, must have a go!!!!!!!



Doreen x

Janette MacArthur said...

A very simple technique but very effective - beautiful! Must give this one a go!
Hugs to all, Janette xx

lorraine taylor taylormadecards said...

Ive used this technique with butterflies before its such a clean simple effect, stunning... Hugs to all that need them
Lorraine xx

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Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Another stunning card today. I love the style of this card and the dies you have used. Your dies sure are versatile. as usual I will have to watch the video later. never seem to find a minute to myself just lately. The day seems to slip away from me. I'm off to school again today. To see what I can learn from the little ones. They are all so funny with what they come out with. It's so rewarding helping with their reading.

Ecco of Sheffield said...

morning Sue
Today's gift is just one that all of us crafters need.
Use any colour scheme. simple and straightforward. More than useful; especially for those pesky men in our lives.
This rose die is something else. It was one of the first dies I bought and I don't think I've used any of my other flower dies since. They make beautiful mini stained glass windows and I just happened cut a few yesterday for a thank you card I'm making.
Take care everyone. See you tomorrow. It's my fortnightly crafty afternoon at my local library and as it's the first since I got back from France. I just know it's going be very busy and I have to make double sure I have everything. I have to get back into the routine.
Janet

Marion said...

Hi Sue love the technic you have used and would never have thought of it ,you are one clever lady.
Marion H

June Horrocks said...

Love the card sue I must get the dies sick of this weather hope it better for you thank you for the tutorial love to all June xxxx

Debbie Tinks said...

Love the card Sue .....happy crafting ....x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Thank you so much for showing the inlaid technique. I can't wait to try it.
Veronique L

Janet x said...

Morning sue, very clever how this card is done, I have the die, so will add this to the list to do, thank you for sharing, Janet x

Sue from Wiltshire said...

That is a fantastic technique and I can see many different cards with this design. Video is great as usual.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Must admit this one isn't my cup of tea today, bit too cas for me

Maryann Laursen said...

A very beautiful, yet soo simple card, but it really have an elegance to it, that really hit me, and that teal color ofcause also made the beauty more clear he he he. I love this one.

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
Love the clean fresh lines on this card and the colour is one of my favourites you give me another winner here Sue.
Will have to watch the video later I'm going to help my sister who will be moving house this weekend.
Take care love Brenda. xxx

Hilary said...

Good morning Sue, and everyone. I loved the Quilled Leaves card when you showed it, and this one is every bit as beautiful in it's simplicity.
Yet another on the ever growing 'to do' list!!
Wishing you and all your Wilsonettes a healthy and happy day. Love and hugs. Hilary xxxx

Brenda Lello said...

Oops, that should've been you have given me another winner sorry love Brenda

Angela Allen said...

Hi Sue
This card looks simple but is very effective,thanks for the video.
Love Angela x

Alice G said...

How cool is this! So glad you did the video, I would never have guessed that's how this was accomplished. In the end you really have the components to make two cards cos you can just swop the colours and make two sets of decorative inserts- fabulous, I love this.

Hugs Alice x

Anne Crawford said...

I loved this design the first time I saw it , and now can't wait to try it, but we are taking our friends to Kyle of Lochalsh this morning ,so won't have a chance to watch the video till later, it's a glorious morning here , so here's to a special day away!
Love and hugs to all xo

hollyberry said...

Lovely card,liked the leaf one you showed us earlier.this technique is so clever,thank you for sharing.

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card sue love the colours xx hazel

Shirley Terretta said...

Hi Sue,

Love the colours and I have the die - yeeeeeey.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxxxxxxxxx

Micky French said...

Lovely Sue, I have these dies so will be trying this one.
Hugs to all
Michelle xxxx

Joan D said...

What a very clever technique. Who but Sue would have thought of it. Such a lovely card suitable for lots of occasions. X x

Denise Hancock said...

Hi Sue great card for posting. A technique that could be used with any small die,
Denise X

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sue,
A simple but gorgeous card and as you said it's a flat card and great for posting. I love the technique and it's so adaptable to other dies. Great video too.

Love Sheila xx

gwen70 said...

Beautiful card Sue, looking forward to the video

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue, such an effective technique for a special card without it being over embellished, suitable for so many occasions, love from Jackie D

jane stillman said...

A simple, but extremely effective card xxx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I have been waiting for the video of this one. It is very striking, a definite must try.

Love Rosemarie xx

Helen Barker said...

Great card.It has the wow factor without taking ab age to make.Gorgeous.
Helen Bx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi. Great card today and fab video. Love the simple yet beautiful technique :-) hugs to all xxx

SerenePolly said...

Morning Sue and everyone

I do like this very clean approach - this can be used for so many occasions. I do like 'complicated' cards but it is good to have this in the carding portfolio!

Enjoy the sunshine.

Christine
x

Ivonka said...

I love it, Sue! I made the version of it using the faux quilled leaves which was very successful. I love it when it's video day! By the way, thanks so much for recommending JS to me; I've had 3 deliveries here in Slovakia and they've been fantastically efficient and helpful. Pekny den! Yvonne xxxx

val jones said...

Good Morning Sue.
Lovely, different card today. Looking forward to watching the video later.
Love Val in Spain x

Marianna Hammer said...

A very special card, very smart technic :)

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, absolutely beautiful
card today very simple but elegant.
Nancyd xx

Brenda Hanlon said...

Really like this technique, a card for all occasions and easy on the postage.

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, Stunning card and great video, love the simplicity, the dies are so versatile, these flowers are one of my favourite dies, so delicate.
Have a lovely day with your Mom and hope the sun is shining for you.
Pam hugs to you and welcome to Buster.
Norah hope you are OK, missing you, gentle hugs to you.
Steph hope the infusion goes OK and that you are feeling better.
Lindsay hope you and little foal are feeling better.
Jean D hope Gary is improving, gentle hugs to you.
Lynne M hugs to you. Tilly and Cully.
Take care everyone.
Hugs June xxx

Pauline A said...

Morning Sue, A lovely simple yet elegant card. I would never have thought to cut the background in 2 colours as you did. very clever. i think that I would still have to include a center pearl in each of those roses though. Hugs x Pauline A

Nikkinoo said...

Morning Sue, what a simple but stunning card. Absolutely love it and will try it soon.
Nina x

Anonymous said...

'morning, I can't remember seeing this technique before.Great!! Mabex

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, lovely clean and simple card for today, the design will have so many uses. Love the teal card, will have to add it to my stash.
Norah where are you, we miss your daily banter, hope you are ok. Hugs to all who need them. Take care, Jess x

Anonymous said...

Me Again!! Scrolled down your side bar and saw the leaf similar demo. Clever blog, clever Sue...not clever Mabex

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
Such a simple and versatile card today and I am so pleased I have these dies!
The card will look gorgeous in so many different colours and I am planning to make one this afternoon. Thank you for showing us this great technique. The card will be easy to post as well.
Lesley S x

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. Love this card and really wanted to have a go. Clean, simple but so effective. It would work in so many colour ways such as black and gold or black and white with a hint of pink/green/yellow. OK I'm getting carried away now! xx Maggie (so much better without a bow)

Maureen Killen said...

Hi Sue,
This is a two-fer from me today. I posted earlier this morning but have just watched your video so let me get my dies and get started! I haven't got your flower dies yet but am going to improvise and use maybe a Parisian accent die. If it doesn't work, hey-ho it's good practice anyway. xx

Glennis said...

A really lovely card today Due, so effective!

Sandra said...

Hi Sue, yay,yay it's video day!
Love learning the new techniques, clean,simple card, great for posting, it's one of those minimum input/maximum effect cards.
Hugs to all,
Sandra xx

Marleine said...


Morning Julia,

Love the clean lines on this card. X

Lindsay Martin said...

Morning Sue, love the simplicity of this card, and as has been said great for posting. Have some time free this morning so might just try this one.
Steph hope all goes well today,
June thanks for the hugs, Lynne hope those girls got so e rest last night so they are ready to entertain you today.
Last night was a late one as just as I was about to go to bed I saw foal number five was on the way, simple birth this time, and a nice healthy filly foal to join the ranks. This one is called Fiona, and was Sues name choice, so this is a Wilsonette foal, a first I think! Fauna is still with us, no more episodes of choke, but her respiration rate is still quite high but she is still on antibiotics so hopefully this will bring it down, other than that she is putting on weight every day and is strong girl so am keeping my fingers crossed for her.
Pam so pleased your daughter has rescued a dog, buster sounds like he has fallen on his paws. Thinking of you all, brain is in mush mode so names are escaping, but you are all in my thoughts even Norah who I hope isn't too poorly as to why is is AWOL. Hugs xx

Helen Kington said...

Good morning Sue and all Wilsonettes out there. Well today started sunny but now there is this big black cloud approaching.
Todays card is just simply beautiful. I saw the card your did with the leaves and I got that die to try it - I have this die so I think it may be a day for trying out your techniques.
Hugs to all who need them am off for an assessment today at a MS Therapy Centre so I'm a little apprehensive as I don't know what to expect.
Have a great day everyone. Helen xx

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Lovely Card Sue!

I fab technique which I'm sure will look just as fab with so many other dies.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Laura O said...

super card Sue ,love the simplicity of it.Laura O

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card using your gorgeous classic rose die. I bought this die yesterday and waiting for the postie to deliver. Thank you for your inspirational video.

TOB said...

Morning Sue, Love the technique, great easy watching video as always. Lovely card, nice colour. hugs Theresa x

Anonymous said...

Lovely card. Take care. Claire

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !! A fab video as always and a gorgeous card to !! I really loved the card you made like this one with the faux quilled leaves dies and I am so glad you have made an easy to follow video showing this fab technique !!
This is an absolute must try technique !!! I don't think I could resist putting pearls in the center of the flowers though !! I think it looks very impressive. Also the fact that it is flat for posting is another huge bonus. Thank you so much Sue, for another wonderful card and a very informative video. It helps me so much to actually see what you are doing rather than trying to follow written instructions as my brain can't cope very well !!
Have a nice day Sue lots of love and hugs, Tres x x x

Norah I hope you are ok. Missing you, love Tres x x x

Steph, good luck at the Hosptial today, l hope you feel better soon, love Tres x x x

Lynne M, I love reading your stories about your beautiful little doggies, please don't ever stop !! I look forward to reading about them everyday !! I have two doggies and a cat and they all have such different personalities. When I first met my other half, I already had my cat called Charlie and my other half already had the two dogs called Fudge and Charlie !! As you can imagine it can be very confusing at times but great fun !!

Pam, Sending you lots of love and hugs today and I am so pleased your daughter has a new doggie. I am sure they will bring you lots of fun and laughter !! Love Tres x x x

Gail C, thinking of you and wishing you lots of love, Tres x x x

To all the Wilsonettes, I hope you all have a lovely day, lots of love Tres x x x


Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
The design of this card is lovely although I can't make up my mind what colour it is due to the different coloured images that are appearing on my screen- guess I'll just have to be patient until I can watch the video later.
Beverley W

Emily said...

Beautiful card! And the dies are so elegant and lacey. On my wish list

Sonia Jones said...

Lovely card today. Will watch the video later as I'm off to a funeral today. Hugs to all Sonia x

Debra Denman said...

Lovely card Sue. Striking and simple. Will give it a go this afternoon. Thank you
Debra x

Gail said...

Fab card and fab technique - thanks for sharing xx GailT xx

Jill Liddle said...

Lovely card. I am a little confused as to why you cut the 2 halves apart, because they are the same when put together as they are before you cut them? Did I miss something?

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love the simplicity of today's card, hope you don't mind if I borrow it!!
Best wishes to everyone, Pat

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
Another great video, so easy to follow than written instructions, will try this one for sure.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
Another great video, so easy to follow than written instructions, will try this one for sure.
Have a good day.
Lydia
X

julie laz said...

Hi Sue, what a lovely video, the card is lovely,
I bought all your finishing touches dies, would love you to show us more flower videos with the blooms die and the rose die, because it sold out and you could not demo them, would love to know what other flowers we can make from them
Crafty hugs Julie xx

Crafty hugs to all that need one love Julie xxx

Virginia Davey said...

very different type of card this morning very nice. have a lovely day everyone.

Dawn Searle said...

Good Morning Sue,
I love this card and that teal card, I have some and the dies, so will watch the video and try making this card as it is simple but very elegant.
Thank you
Dawn Searle xxx

Mary Burton said...

Hi Sue,
Clean, simple and striking are the most apt words to describe today's offering. My Sister-in-law loves teal, so she would adore this card.
I'm glad you did the video, the design is deceptively simple, once you know how the magic is done. This is one I have got to try, TODAY, if I can just get that pile of ironing to magically disappear.
Abbra cadabbara,.... piff paff poof?... No luck.
Well ironing is best done on a Wednesday anyway! (That's my story and I'm sticking to it.)

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Simply beautiful. I have the dies but wouldn't have thought of using them this way, so thank you for sharing.
Hugs, Rose

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Going to try this, great card.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

June said...

Sue, you are amazing, so talented, I love this card, so simple and elegant, ideal for a quick card that you have a rush on, I am definitely going to have a go at this. I so look forward to your blog every day, I have to have my Sue fix. When are you coming back to the UK June xxx

Meg said...

Like the technique Sue.

Margaret O
xxx

CraftyJo said...

Lovely! Can't wait to watch the video.

Donna said...

lovely card nice and elegant, perfect for posting
Donna

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, I can't think of anything to say that hasn't already been said. Great card and technique. I have these dies so will be trying this out with them and any other dies that I think it may suit.
A beautiful day here in Central Scotland and I took a run along the Hillfoots earlier (I was actually going somewhere, I just went the long way round because it was so nice)and Norah's hills are looking stunning. Norah,I hope you are well enough to enjoy them today.
Welcome to the newest canine and equine family members. I love my cats and wouldn't be without them - I think every home should have a pet.
Have a lovely day everyone.
Frances

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card , love the simple elegance ( even though not always simple to do). Both this card and the faux quill leaves are great for sending through the post. Hope the weather across the sea improves for you. Lol lynne m x x

Oh the blasted poochies are at it again. Not only are they chasing a fly around the house ( not the one from a few days ago as I have been reliably informed he is in flyospital because of his poorly nerves) not surprised with my two , I lost the plot ages ago!! They are trying to catch birds in the garden. I don't think they are too happy with me as watching them bounce up and down is so very comical and they say laughter is the best medicine I quite agree.

Lindsay - congrats on foal no5, hugs to them all.
June, Karen, Tres, Norah and Myra - hugs to you from the little b's.

To all "Wilsonettes" lol and hugs, may your day be filled with sunshine x x x

Susan White said...

Will have to check out the video later - the card looks really simple, but I bet it's quite complex to get it to look so sleek! Thanks, Susan x

Leanne said...

Beautiful!

Myra P said...

Hi Sue,
Afternoon all crafting friends! What a day - rain - hail - sunshine and blue sky! It's Britain after all!
Sue this technique is gorgeous - deceptively simple ? I meant to try it with the leaves but never got round to it but I will now try it with roses and also the leaves. Such a clever idea! The wonder of Sue never ceases to amaze!

Welcome Buster , so pleased he's settled in Pam! x

Welcome Fiona the filly . Lindsay you're having a busy time! Take care. X
Mary - when you perfect your magic for getting rid of ironing - please direct your talent this way!
Norah we miss you! Hope you ok x
Steph hope today's infusion helps x
Love to all , Myra
Gail still thinking of you x

Myra P said...

Hi Sue,
Sorry me again!
Steph. - just a thought - I haven't actually tried them but Sue used the faux quilled leaves so I'm guessing the flowers would work too? Will give them a try later.
Love Myra

Karen Ratcliffe said...

Morning Sue
Thank you for the tutorial. I always learn so much from them. Really creative the way you cut out for the flower inserts. Looking forward to the next tutorial.
Karen

nattyboots said...

A lovely nice fresh card .

Elaine H X

Julie Kay said...

Beautiful card Sue... I will have a go at this one.

Regards.

Julie x

Blue Rose said...

Sue,
Great tutorial, great technique. Will have to give it a go. Beautiful cards.

johanna from widnes said...

hi sue i remember the other card you did and wondered how you had done it, well now i know and i am going to have a go tomorrow as i am doing your roses right now for another card, i love the colours and funny enough i bought some teal card this morning so i am set to go love

Tina Eldridge said...

Hi Sue, and blog friends

a really lovely card today, I love that technique. A lovely one for posting.

Big hugs Pam, and a really big one for Buster, and an even bigger one for your daughter for giving Buster a home.

Lindsay, really pleased Fauna is holding her own, long may it continue.

Norah, I hope you are well, we are all thinking of you.

Steph, I hope everything went ok for you today. Take care X

Kind regards to all :-)

Tina XX

Jacquie said...

Really pretty Sue, love what you have done to this and the colour is fabulous.

Love & Hugs

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

Victoria said...

What a great idea, and you show it so well in the video. Good point about posting - you sometimes need flat cards.

heather harrison said...

Hi Sue. Love this card. Can't wait to watch the video. Colours are really nice. Thanks Sue. Hugs Heather.x

Chris Curry said...

Lovely technique Sue, so effective. Delighted I have these dies too, they are so versatile. Thank you

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue and crafty crew. I loved the one with the faux quilled leaved on it. It was very pretty. I love this one too have both the sets now so will def give this one a go. Ahem once the craft room has a space cleared!! Lol
Love Tracy from killie xx

Patricia said...

Good evening Sue,
Brilliant card, love the colours you have chosen, will definitely have a go at this.
Hugs

Patricia xxx

Jane said...

Love the flowers nice card.

Jane xx

Janice K said...

A great video tutorial and design, as I have just purchased this die set I can't wait to have a go at making this card, thank you! x

hazel said...

Hi Sue
OOOOOO what a beautiful card this is.Will watch the Video later tonight when i get more time. Love sitting back with a Coffee and watching your Videos which are always so Inspirational
Take care Sue
Hazel G xx

Anonymous said...

Just logged in for a quick run through the comments, Sue - and realised my anon @ 6.17 not signed. You know what these senior moments are like!! Don't want a day to go past without being known to leave my praises.
Norah - you OK? Think perhaps not. Sending hugs.
Lindsay, another foal and a goodie this time, great - our 'lodger' mare has had her foal Crumpet and she is the most up-front and cheeky little creature - a gorgeous dusky sandy colour with a hint of pink and an off-centre white blaze. Total magic!!

'P' in Wales

Ita O'Byrne O'Keeffe said...

Hi Sue thank you for this great video,I bought the Dies when you at the start,plus a few more .I have spent hours playing with the trying different ideas,but no luck,today I am very happy to your great demo,I also post a lot of my cards,and the flat card is great,I think this card will have many uses for different occasions.
Thank you for the inspiration
Ita

Delilah64 said...

Sitting in the office wishing I was at home so I could watch the video. Work seriously gets in the way of crafting :-)

SHARICA said...

Lovely Colour ways .. xx

sued99 said...

Looking forward to watching the videp and then having a go at this stunning card.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely and easy way to show off the flowers and have a card that can be posted without much fuss. Thanks, Sue.
5911countess

lynda said...

Hi Sue & Wilsonettes , sue have just watched the video & it's a brilliant technique I wouldn't have thought of it in a million years so that's why you are you & I'm just me lol.
Thank you so much for your inspirations with your help my cards have reached a new level :0)).
Love & hugs to you & mom Lynda Brock xx

X Pam so nice your daughter has given Buster a home & he has settled in already big cuddle for him. Hugs to you xx

Welcome to no 5 foal Fiona Lyndsay how's your ribs take care sending hugs xx

Snowqueen how's puppy poppy doing xx

Steph hope infusion went ok & has helped with your pain love & hugs xx

Norah missing you hope your ok sending you gental Hugs xx

Lynne M loved the pooches antics today sending them big cuddles,& hugs to you xx

Love & hugs to you all Lynda xx

Lorraine Freeman said...

Great technique, thanks :)

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Brilliant card today. I really like the flat cards especially when I've got to post them as the postage is so expensive now. This could be used for all types of occasions in loads of different colours. Loved the leaves one you did too.Steph, hope your infusion has helped. Lindsay congrats on new foal and pleased Fauna is making progress. Cameeli, hope Ofsted going ok, Gail hope Gary is getting better, Lynne love fur babies tales! Norah hope you're ok. To everyone else have a wonderful day and love and hugs to all. Alison xx

Joanne K said...

Hi Sue, a great short, sharp and sweet video. Lovely idea, especially if you need to post something. Kind regards Joanne x

trent999 said...

Hi Sue.
I really, really love this look, The roses are splendid and the colour is right up my street. Wonderful.
Take care Nick xx

Carol S. said...

Very CAS Sue. Love the colours and design. Hugs, Carol S.xx

Margaret corgi owner said...

Good evening Sue
A really lovely crisp looking card and yet another very informative video you really do spoil us thank you so much. Really hope your weather is improving, I will just bet it is warmer over there than back here.

Pam delighted to know Buster has a new home, do hope he settles well and gives you all many hours of fun and happiness. I know our two corgis have given us lots since we brought them home last year. There is never a dull moment with them! xx

Gail thinking of you and family.

Steph do hope you are safely back home and feeling comfortable, gentle hugs to you and Tina too, I do hope that dreadful cold is improving.

Norah hope all is well with you.

Warm wishes and hugs to those who need them.
Margaret corgi owner

janet said...

I only have a limited download allowance so can't watch all the videos -and I follow written instructions better, so I'm glad I'll be able to try this card using the instructions for the one with leaves - which I like very much. Not sure what I think about this card as the colours aren't what I'd usually use. I think I like the leaves best!!
Janet in Kent

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,
Back home now done a lot of packing, my sister was quite relieved to have an extra pair of hands.
Have had chance to look at the video and its brilliant, feel confident enough to give this a try thank you, thank you, thank you, I love it. Brenda xxx

Christine C said...

Hello Sue and Everyone,
lovely card love the colour,
Been away for a couple of days and now its back the same old routine. hope everyone is ok, from Christine C and Ella

Lisbeth said...

I wondered how this card was made - so now I know. Thanks for showing us

Lisbeth

Barbara said...

Lovely card Sue, not a typical Sue card but love the simplicity of it.

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Been waiting eagerly for this demo. Thanks very much and I love this card. SueL x

Theresa Pace said...

so striking and yet so simple. love it. will give it a go xx

ang said...

Lovely very striking card angxx

SusanP, Kent said...

An unusual technique with lovely results. The beauty of this idea is that it would work with so many different dies giving countless variations.
Sue

Angela (UK) said...

Very clever Sue, simple but lovely, thank you :)

Sam Smithard said...

Hi Sue, I'm late posting again this evening, Fabulous Video, and A Truly Beautiful Card Fantastic Idea.
Take Great Care Love and Hugs from Sam x

Pearl said...

Hi Sue, great card today and the inlaid flowers look marvelous.

I'll watch the video tomorrow now as I hope to have a bit more time then.

Craftihappiness to all, love from Pearl

jane gray said...

Wow sue what a good technique. Have to look through my dies and see if I can use any of them. Jx

Vie Carter said...

Nice card, clean lines

Vie
x

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue,
So pleased to see this card in video, loved it the first time you aired it. Going to give it a try with the flowers and leaves and a variety of different colours too, thanks Sue.
Hugs
Jean D

Yorkielass thanks so much for your hugs, Gary is coming along nicely had his first physio session today . Xx
Alimecca ithink your message was meant for me , thank you for thinking Gary he is improving . Xx

Norah, sending you hugs and hoping your well xx

Jean Deane said...

Hi sorry me again just a little message for Helen Kington, my husband was diagnosed with MS just over twelve months ago ,he was apprehensive too but has settled down down and is doing fine. Love and hugs
Jean D xx

Sheila Lampard said...

Hi Sue
A simple but effective card - ideal for posting. A must try and hooray I have the dies to try it out.
Thank you.
Sheila x

GeeBee88 said...

Hi Sue and everyone
Loved this card when posted before but now with the video I feel confident to give it a try. Such a clever technique that makes a beautiful card. Gx

Brooke b said...

Love this card. Flower die is beautiful.

samantha wade said...

Hi, Clean, Fresh and lovely, thanks for video, xx

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
LOVE THESE COLOURS TOGETHER. YOU HAVE GOT MY MIND RACING WITH THINGS TO TRY. YOUR ALWAYS DOING IT TO ME. THE CARD CUT IN HALF LOOKS LIKE A HILL AND I HAVE A MINI STAMP (MINI HAPPY RETURNS)THINK I WILL TRY IT. LOADS OF FLOWERS STAMPS TO TRY THIS CARD. THANKS FOR INSPIRATION.
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

XxJULESxX said...

Wonderful!! as always Sue

Janhass said...

Hi Sue
I just love this card, I've been trying to work out the technique you used since I saw it weeks ago. Thanks so much for sharing it with us, I can't wait to give it a go. Crafty hugs x

Nadine in Spain said...

This is such a beautiful card, Sue. I really like this technique and it looks great with the quilled leaves as well.

Nadine

Sandy H said...

Brilliantly simple. Simply brilliant. Thanks Sue. We all need a card like this when time is short - though I'm sure it will take me a lot longer to do than you took.

greendragon said...

Great technique Sue, thanks for the video.

Jackie Meechan said...

Loved this card when I first saw it. Love the simplicity and the colours. Gorgeous.
Hugs
CraftyJacq
XX