Tuesday, 2 September 2014

Die Re-registration Technique



Hi bloggers!  Today's video shows a really great technique that can be used time and time again with all of your dies.  I have kept the card very simple for the purposes of the video, but you can easily see how you can expand on this idea with multiple colours and more detailed dies to add infinite possibilities to your creations.

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A quick note also, Julia Watts has shows on Create and Craft TV today at 10am and 3pm today with new Couture Creations dies and folders.  Be sure to tune in to see her dynamic demonstrations!







 Finished dimensions are 7 1/4" x  8 1/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x



171 comments:

Pam said...

Beautiful card Sue, look forward to watching video.
Myra, thank you and of course you did nothing wrong, your message was lovely. That site is an amazing thing for keeping in touch. Tina hope you saw my message from last night.
Norah, hope you are feeling better, Dianeandchips, keep your chin up girl, we are a right pair.
Margaret and Lindsay, your girls will do fine, they are their mothers daughters.
To all my many friends on this blog, hugs all round, you are helping me beyond measure. Hugs to Baby Leo, Sam and Rory too.

Cameeli of Richmond said...

Good morning Sue and all the crafty crew!!
Simply gorgeous and a lovely technique must give this a try.

Will have to record Julia and watch later.

Although it seems darker this morning the Sun is coming up later!! Have a lovely day everyone
Cameeli xx

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
This card is stunningly beautiful, will watch video when I get back, it can be used for many occasions
Hugs
Carol x

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
Love your stunning card.
Off to watch and learn, thank you for all the inspiration.
Have a great day

Patricia xx

June said...

Morning Sue, Pam and all Wilsonettes, I have just watched the video, you make it look so easy. I have used the technique (filling in I call it) on a grandfather clock, it had loads of little fiddly bits but I did it and it is well worth the effort, however I also love the way you have done it, personally I don't think that you need any more of the filling in bits because this looks so elegant, I am definitely going to have a go at this one. I am so grateful for all the video's and demos, tips and techniques that you share with us Sue, a really big thank you. Stay safe, healthy and happy everyone. hugs June Smith xxx PS will have to tape Julie's show and watch later. xx

Rosie said...

Not able to watch just yet, but it looks like another great technique.

Jan.moogie said...

Gorgeous card today Sue will watch the video later after work. xx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great card Sue.

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you, Brilliant video, I have used thi technique before, beautiful card. Take care all. Kitty.

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue and everyone. This looks an interesting technique, I'll watch the video later.
Special wishes to those in pain. Sue xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, a really beautiful card, showcasing the dies and a great technique to use the waste. Great video. Bx

Anonymous said...

Very elegant card, Sue, love your use of the 'waste bits' - kept pots of them at one time but now all thrown away. Will use them now for specials like today's, with your inspiration. Thank you for the video.

'P' in Wales

Tina - so sorry, somewhere along the line missed that you were laying your Dad to rest. Happy memories now.

Gail said...

Morning all,
Hi Sue I watched the video, very good, you might call it a simple card but I think it's lovely!
Gail Cx

TDQ Karen said...

Clever technique, very effective and as you say so many possibilities, love your card today xx

Sheila Lampard said...

Morning Sue
A simple but very effective card. Sometimes you just need a card like this when someone doesn't like all the frills.
Thank you for the inspiration and video.
Enjoy your day.
Sheila x

Debbie Tinks said...

Hi Sue .. Nice card happy crafting and have a nice day ... x

tracy w said...

Hi sue
What a simply but stunning card love what you have done with the waste bits thank you tracy w x

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a lovely card. Loving the technique. Great video. Will watch julia later as well as taping it. Have a lovely day.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Anne Crawford said...

Such an elegant card I Love it! Great Video, you explain everything so clearly, I must give this technique a try as it is so effective and as you say makes even more use of the dies ( even gets the old grey cells working to think of ways and colour combinations to use! )
Love the white with the soft gold card and all the dies used.
I have actually made a couple of Christmas cards now which is unusually early for me , but you have whetted my appetite with all your glorious cards!
Wishing everyone well and Hugs to all xo

PharmacyMichele said...

What a lovely card & a very useful tip showing us to use the waste.

Michele.

Rosalind McLellan said...

Hello Sue,

Another beautiful card. I popped into the CE shop yesterday and bought that embossing folder. Lovely idea to use the waste.

Love, Roz.x

Eemeli said...

Oh, I am getting soooo many ideas how to incorporate this technique. Thanks for
sharing. I am really looking forward to watch the video...

Hugs,
Eemeli

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous. I will watch the video when I get home from work it will be a treat worth waiting for. Have a great day. Hugs Jackie

Aspiring crafter said...

This card looks very interesting Sue, look forward to learning how on the video!
XxRuth

Maureen Killen said...

Good morning Sue, and all the ladies,
This is lovely Sue. So crisp and clean.
Regards to all and congrats to Maureen B & husband on wedding ann.
Lindsay Martin - good luck to daughter on post-grad course.
Dianne - hope Edinburgh trip with
daughter went well.
Yorkielasss June Alimecca Alison, Ita, Lynne Mills, Julie Laz, Norah and all the ladies - have as good a day as you can.
Love to you Sue and thanks for all your hard work xx

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue I have enjoyed your video, great technique and adds so much to a simple card. I have your new embossing folders and I like the tip about about spritzing lightly to deepen the embossing effect. Thank you as always, take good care x

Crafty Granny said...

Good morning Sue, as always brilliant inspiration!
Love Nicola

val jones said...

Beautiful Sue. So looking forward to watching the video this evening.
Love Val in Spain x

Anki J said...

Beautiful!!!

Alice G said...

Morning Sue,

Lovely card. Great technique. I've never seen that before, I think your dies would really lend themselves to this technique so well. I'll definitely be trying this out.

Hugs Alice xx

Ginnie Rutter said...

Hi Sue
Great card and a brilliant idea piecing different card back into the die.
Ginnie

Cdteach said...

A very elegant looking card and one that could be used for many different occasions, like a Golden Wedding, just by changing the sentiment.
Jan

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Very elegant card. I like this filling in technique. Keeps the waste bin emptier! Good video. Thanks for sharing your talent with us.
Pam, you and your brave family are always in my thoughts.
Great day everyone.
Hugs.

hazel young said...

Lovely card Sue xx hazel

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Super card Sue. Have done this on a few cards and didn't realise it had a posh name lol!
Have a great day.
Ang x

hollyberry said...

Such a beautiful card today.

Micky French said...

Lovely card Sue and a great technique definitely be doing this on my future cards.
Hugs to all
Michelle xxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi sue - another brilliant idea for a card and this is so elegant too. Suitable for many occasions. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

heather harrison said...

Morning Sue. A beautiful card. I love the colours. Looking forward to watching the video later. Would use this idea for a wedding card. Thanks for sharing Sue. Hugs Heather.x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Great technique. The demo is very useful. Thank you for all the ideas you share with us.
Veronique L

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, I loved watching this video, and this fabulous technique, I will be trying this. A gorgeous card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

nattyboots said...

Hi sue
Another lovely card ,i love the border ,will watch your video with my coffee later ,
Take care
Elaine H X

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Another gorgeous card today. Will have try and watch the video later, as we are going off on holiday this morning. But will try and dip in when I can. Keeping it short to day, so hugs to all the usual crew. And special crafty hugs to Mrs B and Sandra.

Annie said...

Beautiful card, Sue, I will watch video this evening! All set to record Julia today, thanks for the reminder.
Hugs Annie x

Jacquie said...

Beautiful Sue, one that can be for any occasion. Love your colour choices.

Love & Hugs

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

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful card and a great technique. I like to do this, it can be fiddly depending on the die, but it is so worth the effort.
I hope you and your Mom are well Sue. I am really looking forward to hopefully meeting you at Ally Pally:)
Sending my daily hugs to you Sue, to Pam and Robbie, to Sandra and Pat and my other special friends and to all in need. Take care.

Brooke b said...

Beautiful card will watch the video later off to work now.

Cazzie D said...

This technique looks really interesting. I will look forward to watching the video later. Caz x

DMJ said...



What a good idea! Must remember to watch Julia later!!



Doreen x

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card very subtle
love it.
Nancyd xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Lovely card, great use of the dies

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, fantastic card will have to watch video later, off out today, helping out my friend in her craft shop, (this is heaven for me, but I always see too much), take care Jess x x

Deborah Artliff said...

Good morning Sue love the look of this one. And I like how good these dies look so I'm off to watch the video to see how you've made it. So take care xxx

Debs A xxx

Marleine said...

Morning Sue,

Lovely card and technique. X

Joan D said...

Beautiful card, with very interesting features. Will watch video later. Xx

Anonymous said...

GM Sue - great card and video - never done this technique before but I will now! Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
Rgs
Clare W

gwen70 said...

Hi Sue, will watch video later, looks interesting to say the least, gorgeous card, love the colours

Sue from Wiltshire said...

That is such a lovely card and great technique. Thanks for sharing. Why didn't I think of that:-)

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, great video and a fantastic technique, this is a definite one to try. You really do not need anything else on the card.

Love Rosemarie xx

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, lovely card and I love those colours . love Jean Z xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
So so pretty and will be trying that technique, thanks
Audrey O'Brien, Wicklow, Ireland

Wendy L said...

Looks really stylish. I used to use this technique years ago when I first started crafting because I hated wasting all the leftover bits!!! LOL

Muriel Kelly said...

Lovely card and great use of dies too. So many possibilities with your great range of dies.

Definitely one to try

Muriel x

Denise Hancock said...

Beautiful card great technique
Denise X

Maryann Laursen said...

WOW this is so beautiful Sue, I really love this one and this technique is really cool and would work great with sooo many different dies. Love the look it brings out.

Marion said...

Hi Sue love this card ,no big bow .
I used to do a similar thing with peel-offs but never thought about doing it with the dies will certainly be giving it a go.
Marion H

SerenePolly said...

Lovely Sue! Elegant and striking.

We are off to Vienna tomorrow for a short break so will have to catch up on all the postings when I come back.


I am recording Julia's shows!

Take care
Christine
x

Donna Jones said...

Hi Sue,
Pretty card, great video and technique.
Donna Jones

Glennis said...

That looks so effective - another thing to try!

Sheila - Ginger said...

Morning Sue,
Wow another beautiful and classy card today and great video showing the technique. I just never think about using the spare bits out of the dies so this will make me look at them in a different way. Many thanks Sue for all your inspiration on this wonderful blog.
Sending hugs to all in need of them I do hope your days get better...and love to you all ladies,,,,sorry I haven't the patience to name you all.

Sheila xx

barbiepinkfairy said...

Great technique Sue another one to remember! Your Christmas dies have inspired me and was cutting your Christmas tree one at 2 am when I got in from work!! Need to get some midnight blue pearlescent paper today to complete the design.

Last day of school holidays today. I will miss her tomorrow she is my best friend. That said a mega clear up and sort out over the next few days and then some crafting - can't wait.

Love to you all xxx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful looking card today. Will look forward to watching the video later. Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

June Horrocks said...

Just beautiful sue thank you for the vidio save it till later love to all June xxx

lorna said...

Hi Sue,
WOW this such a stunning card and a fantastic use of the waste. Thank you for this amazing piece of insight, I have never thought to use my waste like this. I can't wait till my free time this afternoon to get some of my dies out to have a play.
Lorna D

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue and thank you for the video. We are all guilty of throwing away our bits when we die cut but it just shows what can be done with them. A very elegant card, love from Jackie D

sued99 said...

This looks great. Looking forward to watching how it's all put together.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card. The technique is a great idea - one I will definitely try.
Thank you.
Bye for now.
SandraP xxx

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, beautiful card, I am going to watch the video now. Love Hean xxx

Lindsay Martin said...

Morning Sue and all my fellow Wilsonettes. Lovely card, I remember doing this technique years ago with the then good old peel offs! Will have to try it with some dies as thought it really brought a different look to the border.
Thank you to all my lovely friends who wished my daughter luck yesterday, she came home with her time table up to Christmas, bless her she has some very long days ahead of her, but I know she can do it and will make a great teacher at the end of it.
Love and hugs to everyone especially Pam, Lynne, June, Linda, Karen, Alison, Maureen, Cameeli, Steph, Norah, Tina, TOB, Theresa, Tres, Jackie, Sandra, mrs B, Mrs Duck, Wheely Bad, Dianeandchips, Myra, P in Wales and of course our lovely Sue and her family xxx

yorkielass said...

Hello Sue, This card is exquisite and a gorgeous technique, w be giving this a try. Thank you for another great video, perfection.
Will be watching Julia later, she is amazing. Enjoy the rest of your day, hugs to you and your Mom.
Pam keep up the good work, you can do, you strong brave lady, hugs to you and Robbie.
Lynne M you had me in stitches with the frog story, welcome back, hugs to you, Tilly and Cully.
Norah hope you have a better day, your hills sound marvellous, hugs to yu and Rory.
Special hugs to Tina E, Margaret corgi owner, Jean D, Steph, Lynda B, Maureen K, Myra P, hope you are getting sorted and feel better, Magpie, Lindsay, Alimecca and Aunt, Wheely Bad and Billy, Sandra, Mrs B, Julie and Lee, Ita, Dianeandchips, Cheryl B, Meg and baby Leo, Maria A, Angela W, TOB Theresa, Brenda L, Heather T and of course our Sue.
Take care everyone.
Hugs June xxx

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Stunning card love the design and the colours used.
Will watch video tutorial later.

Pam so pleased to see youxx

Hugs to all Annx without an "e"

Jill Berg said...

Great video Sue

Love how you dressed up the border with the "waste" pieces

Jill

ellyscard creatief said...

Beautiful card.
Gr Elly

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card and video is very informative.

You always seem to think out of the box.

Hugs
CraftyJacq
xx

SHARICA said...

Fab Card .. xx

weefortune said...

HI Sue lovely card, looks like inlay but will have to wait until later to watch the video. Hugs Elaine x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, morning Wilsonettes from a warm sunny Bolton, seems like Summer is having its second flush of life, which means I feel guilty about going into my own little craft world when its so nice outside, but we have a compromise - I craft and work in my orders of a morning, then health permitting I take an hour or two out of my craft world and join Mr L plus hound for 'family' time in the country park ! I have to try and make the most of these warm days as Im prisoner in my home for long enough when the cold sets in ! But that gives me plenty of crafting time without feeling the guilt : )

What a lovely sentiment on todays card and its sent back to you Sue and my special friends.
Wow, so many wonderful new idea's for me to think about since finding you Sue, thank you. I do save bits off dies that I think may come in useful such as the tiny hearts from the Italian decorative frame set, in fact I used a few on an engagement card yesterday just to add a tiny bit of interest on a small piece of ribbon, but I would never think of using 'left overs' like this, what a lovely idea. Thank you for another lovely informative video, I look forward to opening the Particraft door every morning, but to be able to watch you every Tuesday and Thursday just makes my week so much better, and as you are so great at showing us new idea's and explaining them so well maybe we should have a Sue Wilson craft channel ! That sounds SO selfish, as if you have time to stop with all you do without your own craft channel !!! Forgive me : )
So now I have a use for all my tiny little storage boxes, they will be just perfect for my die bits ( I knew I hadn't bought them cuz they looked cute) lol
To any Wilsonettes celebrating today, have a lovely day.
To my dear friends that have woken feeling low or feel the day will be a struggle, take your time and dont expect to much from yourself. Just 1 little goal acheived does more for confidence than failing 2 !
Have a lovely day Sue whatever your day brings.
Sending many hugs.
Love you.
Lancashire Steph xx

Shirley Terretta said...

Hi Sue,

So, so pretty. Thank you.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxxxxxxxxx

Sandra said...

Good morning Sue & Blog Friends,
Brilliant video Sue, so very informative, simple, yet so effective, I loved the card, dies and design! A real winner Sue, thank you xxxx
Pat have a great holiday, look forward to your stories on your return! Xxxx
Mrs B, I will stop if you do (stressing), deal? Meet up soon!
I went to physio yesterday, I hate going back through the whole history of what happened, I was an emotional wreck when I came out, he has promised me so much, but we will see, he wants me to consider accupuncture, I am a bit of a needle freak though, I hate them, has anyone had it done, was it successful?
I just feel that I have been left since 2009 disabled &unable to use stairs, walk unaided more than a few steps and in an incredible amount of pain, I honestly don't think that anyone can make too much of a difference now, the thing theses professionals don't understand is that they give you false hope that they can change your life for the better, you then hang on to that hope with everything you've got, in reality nothing changes and you are left, devastated, that once again you have been let down, to me personally it feels like each of the the huge 'let downs' I have been through is a grieving process, you have allowed yourself to believe that your life will get better, walking unaided maybe a possibility, being in less constant pain maybe a possibility, and it doesn't happen, it is the most devastating feeling in the world! Sorry for that little rant, it's just letting a little of the frustration out!
Anyway, I am going to go to my craft room, that is a guaranteed form of therapy!
Big hugs to all of you wonderful kind,caring, friends,
Sandra xxxxxx

Lacelady said...

Great card Sue, will watch the video later, as it's 10.15am and I want to watch Julia while she is on.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love your " simple " card and the video is great you explain everything so well.
Best wishes to everyone, Pat

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Brilliant . Thank you for sharing.
Beverley W

lindyloo12 said...

Sue, I love the simple look of this card, I think it is beautiful.

For Sandra above, I have had acupuncture in the past and was also frightened of needles but it was almost painless and did really help me, so I would say go for it!

CraftyJo said...

Beautiful card Sue, will enjoy watching the video once I find a few minutes :)

Fiona Young said...

Fab card Sue. I do so hate to throw out some of the ware pieces, so now I can put them to some use! Great video too, I mean doesn't everyone watch videos at 5.30 am?! ( in Maine). Have a great day everyone.

Maggie said...

Hello Sue. What a great technique. Must have a go. Love the gold colour in the last photo. Had a quick look at Julia and the embossing folders are definitely a must have. xx Maggie (better without a bow)

Kate's Cards said...

Like.

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Simple yet elegant looking. Thanks for the video.

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Beautiful card Sue!

A fab technique, thank you for the video, always full of inspiration and a pleasure to watch.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Chang Alison said...

Hi Sue, beautiful card... great idea. Thanks for the inspiration.

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Love today's card, i must admit my husband had this idea a while ago.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card. Take care. Claire

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card. Take care. Claire

Myra P said...

Hi Sue,
Another lovely card today. As others have mentioned I used to do this with peel off stickers many years ago! Sometimes using two different colours and alternating them. Never looked as good as this though - after all they were still shiny rather tacky stickers! Great idea! Will try!

Brenda - you're a lovely caring lady! Thank you. I am better now - headache gone completely and kitchen - apart from decoration is finished. Just filling cupboards and getting rid of the dust which has gone everywhere! Lampshades in bedrooms upstairs were covered in this fine dust and all the doors were closed.
June - (yorkielass) thanks to you also - much appreciated. It's nice to be able to tell my friends here when I get stressed as it helps!
Pam - thanks so much! After I'd done it I was worried but it really is a marvellous organisation and they have worked absolute wonders with Robbie and of course they had an apt pupil! Also the family support is terrific too. Hope the swelling going down on your foot and go easy on the crutches.
Sandra - so sorry you had a tough day yesterday. Never had acupuncture so can't help there. Wish I could. Hope yesterday hasn't completely worn you out. Sending hugs.
Well, must stop , too long winded today as my Dad would have said!
Love to Sue and Mum, Steph, Norah, Sheila, Lindsay , Lynne, Lynda, Tres - still missing you. Hope you ok! ,
TOB Theresa, WheelyBad, Janet, Julie L, Alison, Anne, Tina E. and Heather T.
Love to all,
Myra

Jill Liddle said...

Lovely

Vie Carter said...

A very beautiful card. Love it

Vie
x

Beryl Treble said...

A stunning card Sue.

Breezes said...

Just watched the video and another great idea !! Well done once again Sue xxx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card and instructional video. I have most of the ingredients so will have a play later. I already use any 'waste' bits that look like corners but have never tried in-filling like this (other than with peel-offs in the dim and distant past) so now I will have to re-think every time I cut something!
I was out earlier and recorded Julia's show so will watch it shortly when I have my lunch. Hope there isn't too much I want to buy as I am on holiday in a couple of weeks and need to keep some spending money :-)
Frances

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Sue and fabulous Wilsonettes,
Oh Sue this has sent my mind whirling this morning i can tell you. With the soft gold that you have used i made me think of the 3 colours of gold and how they would look in your beautiful card because as you say it would be the waste and your would still have the beautiful borders as well to use at a later date. I love the soft subtleness of this card and the tiniest bit of colour just makes it elegent.
Margaret(corgi owner), what a difference it makes to your confidence if you go somewhere new and the people are friendly from the start. I hope she thoroughly enjoys her new role and well done to her for getting that next rung up on her career.
Sorry not a good day, see you all tomorrow,
hugs
Norah

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
Another fantastic video, your directions are so easy to follow,
such a gorgeous white and gold card, thank you.
Last day of children's school holidays today so we will be returning home this evening. Just trying to have a calm winding day down today with the children.

Hope all is well with you, take care, love Brenda xxx

Sandra, Poor you, you sound so frustrated I wish we could ease your pain. Have you considered trying a chiropractor? I had some issues a few years ago couldn't lay on my left side, raise my left arm above my head, as a passenger in a car couldn't reach out to close the door - quite a few debilitating issues. The relief I got - even after my first session was truly amazing, it was painless, just gentle manipulation, yes had to pay but it was well worth every penny.

Sending crafty hugs to all you lovely ladies and special one for our Sue.

Nanny Jo said...

You make it look so easy, Sue! But I will try this technique...I have a card to make for a special friend, I'm sure she will love this! Jo xx

Jackie Whiteman said...

Fabulous card Sue, loved watching the video, so many ideas and much better than when you are on C&C as no interruptions!!

Glad it's not just me that drops the fiddly bits when crafting ;)

Anonymous said...

Eileen L. said...

Lovely card today. Watched the video and it just is a matter of taking the time to paper piece the fiddly bits in, but oh so pretty with the contrasting color.

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, what a gorgeous creation love it. I have to say that the soft gold card has to be one of my favourite to use, it adds elegance to any card. Lol lynne m x x x

Well after the blasted frog incident was hoping yesterday would be a quieter day , not too bad except Tilly followed me around like a lost sheep. After lunch decided poochies could have 40 winks while I caught up on my reading. Tilly jumped up onto the settee laid right against me with her head on my chest looking up at me. Tilly I said I want to read go to sleep , she nudged even closer to me. Do you want me to read you a story I said ( total insanity thats what I have come to) so I proceeded to read a light hearted story to poochies as I didn't want to give them nightmares by reading one of my paranormal books!!!!!! The little b's drifted off to sleep but as soon as I stopped reading tgeir eyes opened so back to the reading. So pleased there are no cameras in my house recording the lunacy I get up to.


Norah - take it easy today flower, my two take after me for being a tomboy I was always to be found hanging upside down in trees. Poochies couldn't be ladies if they tried no matter how many times hubby calls them his little princesses x x x

Lindsay, June & Lynn, Karen, Alison, Pam, Frances, Maureen, Maria, Margaret CO, Tres, Lynda, Steph, Julie, Sandra, Mrs B,
Barbara & Ben, Myra, Sheila ( anyone I have missed I apologise)
Lol and huge hugs from little princesses x x x

Donna Ellis said...

Thank you, Sue, for all the tips which create unique and extra special cards with those "small" finishing details like using the "scraps", or using the mica powders instead of ink or EP. I'm so happy to have discovered your elegant designs! hugs, de

Anonymous said...

Sandra. So sad to read all you are going through and what you have been through. Life can seem very cruel some days. I like Lyndi have had accupuncture and I will go with what she said, the 'pins' are so very fine, unlike the needles people think of to inject with, which is why Ive called them pins. It really IS painless, honest ( I wouldn't tell you any fibs ) promise. As far as it working, all I can say is that we are all different and respond to things differently, even to something as simple as paracetamol, we all can have different amounts of relief from it. I think its worth trying especially as its painless, and if you dont it may be one of those things where you will always wonder about. At least if you do go ahead it will be another form of treatment that you have tried. I hope our replies have helped a little. It doesn't hurt, its quick and easy, and if it helps then that's just great. If I had a magic wand, Id take all your pain and troubles from you.
Take care.
Lancashire Steph xx

Beryl Frost said...

Hi Sue, What a great idea for another what of using our lovely dies. I love the card Beryl xx

fluffycat said...

Lynne M - I forgot to say earlier that I loved yesterday's frog story. I have to tell you that you are not alone in your insanity - not only have I read to a cat I have also taught one how to knit! :-)
Frances

Pauline A said...

Hi Sue, I really enjoyed today's video and what you did with the 'waste' in your dies. i must give this a try as i sometimes make small flowers with my 'petal shape' waste. Thank you. Hugs Pauline A xx

camelot67 said...

Good afternoon Sue,

I've just watched your video and just love the card. Thanks for sharing this and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
Margaret A.

Anonymous said...


Hi Sue.
Loved the card and the technique. Will certainly give it a go.
Yours, Evis McCarthy.

Susan White said...

Great video and a really useful technique - thanks Sue! Susan x

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone! Beautiful card,gorgeous gold and thank you for giving us the idea what to do with our scraps,I'm sure we all got a boxful.
Sandra-try the acupuncture,you got nothing to lose.They did not work for me but I know they worked for others.Sorry to see you got a bad day.I was put on new meds.this morning,fingers cross.Norah-have a rest today and hopefully you feeling better soon. Lovely sunshine here today so will go outside and do some weeding,the only thing thats grows, I have no green fingers but I have a big heart so to all my Wilsonette friends take care and Hugs @ plenty Maria x

Anonymous said...

Belinda Raven said....

Hi Sue, gorgeous card and great video. Love your re-insertion technique!

Hugs, Belinda. X

terrie said...

great looking card and thank you for the video...
Well done Sue

Susi Mortimer said...

Lovely card Sue, your imagination knows now bounds Sue!!Great video as well. Have a good day everyone.
Susi x

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Great technique that I have actually used before quite successfully. Love the video as well. Thank you for all your efforts.
Sandra, I really felt for you after reading your post. I hope you don't give up though. I have tried acupuncture and I agree with others that it doesn't hurt as the needles are ultra fine. I would give it a try. Myra thinking of you. Lindsay I'm sure your daughter will do really well - give her a cuddle from me! Lynne, bless the pesky critters , I can just see you reading to them - you'll be singing lullabys next!! Love and hugs to June, Norah, Maureen, Steph, Pam & Robbie, Julie, Sandra, Lynne, Lindsay Cameeli and everyone I've missed. Off to start decorating again unfortunately. Love to all, Alison xxxx

Jayne S said...

Lovely simple card and a good technique to use, must try this one.

julie laz said...

Hi sue, lovely card and video, crafty hugs Julie xx

julie laz said...

Sandra, I had a spinal-cord stimulate fitted inside me, it's a bad operation to go through, but I can walk, and I'm in control of the pain, I can turn it up and turn it down, I have 18 wires down my spine inside and then A battery pack in my bum, look it up, you never know, I've had mine in for 5 years hugs Julie xx can someone tell Sandra to read this please, i'll do it again tomorrow xxx

Anne Crawford said...

Sandra, please give acupuncture a try , it has worked wonders for me twice, first time for frozen shoulder and after 3 treatments the difference was amazing and after seven sessions I had no pain and recently I had suffered with a pain deep in the buttock area for eighteen months ( I had to go on the waiting list for 10 months for the acupuncture ) but after five sessions I have no pain, I could still walk etc but could only garden for 20 mins at most and just take short walks. It doesn't take long and is painless.
Myra P so glad to hear you are getting back to normal and I'm sure your kitchen looks wonderful, it does cause such a mess but after it's all cleared up , you can sit back and admire it!
Hope you feel better tomorrow Norah.
Hugs to all xo

Pam said...

Sandra, you seem so down today, please don't feel bad about ranting to us, we are all happy to listen and help where possible. I too, like the others would say try the acupuncture, you really do not have anything to lose and it may work for you. I had the treatment for very bad migraine and also to stablise a heart condition (couldn't believe that would work) but it did, as Steph says, the needles/pins are so fine you really cannot feel them and once in place, they just twiddle them, totally painless.
Go on hun, you have endured so much, give it a try. Hugs to you xx

Marianna Hammer said...

Thank you so much for another wonderful video. I just love this card, and it's always nice to see you "live". All the best from the Faroe Islands :)

GeeBee88 said...

Hi Sue and all, lovely card again today and the technique means I'll be looking at my dies in a new way! Hugs to all Gx

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

I think this is like what I call die jigsaws! Cutting the die in 2 different colours and putting the cut of one colour with the waste from another. I will watch the video later.

Sorry I haven't been commenting but I was so shattered after Alexs birthday and now I have to find new staff and talk to hospitals and GP about whether nerve blocks were appropriate etc so I may be a bit patchy over next few weeks. Been on phone and on computer a couple of hrs a day and it's a bit much but has to be done!

Sandra, you've been through lots in a short time, try acupuncture, the needles are a the width of a hair. I've seen it work on Mr W but not on me. Try it, try anything they offer.

Special hugs to all my Wilsonette friends especially those in pain. I hope I have a chance to talk much more soon.

Love T xxx

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Beautiful card. Love the technique. Will be having a go at this one

Helen Kington said...

Good afternoon Sue - having read todays comments it seems like many of you are suffering one way or another. Please all take care and I hope things pick up over the next few days.
Now the card and the video showing how you achieved this beautiful card. I am thinking I need to try this and am thinking of different dies to try this technique with. Thank you Sue yet again for all your inspiration. Hope all is picking up for you lovely ladies out there. I would love to go to Ally Pally but unfortunately I just cannot walk any distance so it is a no for me. I'm just a tad jealous. See you all tomorrow. Helen xx

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
super card again today.
Love all the fab technics in this card.
Thank you for the great video tutorial.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
LOVE PAPER PIECING. NEVER WASTE ANYTHING. (BEEN KNOWN TO MAKE CARDS OUT OF CEREAL BOXES) I ALWAYS LOOK AT WRAPPING ON THINGS AND SEE WHAT I CAN USE.
ELEGANT AND EXPENSIVE LOOKING CARD. FAB JOB
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

Jane said...

Very nice.

Jane xx

Diane said...

Hi Sue thank you for a great demonstration today and a very pretty card. The soft gold is one of my favourites and the paper piecing looks great. Have a good day. Love Diane G xxx

Maureen thank you for your comment yes Edinburgh ans aberdeen universities were both really good, we flew home today (1 hour 10 minutes from one end of the country to another not bad!) and Emma is back at college tomorrow. She has an email from one of the departments regarding predicted grades based on AS results which sound promising for applications to both universities so looks like we may be seeing more of Scotland over the years. A few more to look at before final decisions though and lots of hard work. Thank you for thinking of us xxx
Sandra thinking of you, try the acupuncture, you've got nothing to loose ( not tried it myself but would give it a go if it might help). Xxx
Lynne can just see you reading to the fur babies you did make me laugh and the frog story has me in stitches! Xxx

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Frances, so pleased I am not alone in my insanity lol lynne m x x x

Mary Burton said...

Hi Sue,
A clean and classy card. When I use my dies like this, I like to use double sided sticky sheets so the pieces fit really snugly.

craftynanna said...

hi sue, such a very beautiful card today, have watched the video and its fantastic keep them coming sue and i now we are clamouring for more, we hope its not putting tons of pressure on you, love to all J

IVY Cheong said...

Hi Sue,

Love the card. Going to watch the video as soon as I've sent this. Thank you for sharing.

Lots of love,

Ivy ling xx

Sam Smithard said...

Hi Sue,
What A Truly A Tremendous Card, A Fabulously Detailed Video.
I Love The Fabulous Card I Love How You Have Used The Fabulous Art Deco Embossing Folder It's So Effective.
I Love The Selection Of Dies That You Have Used, I Have These Dies So I Must Give This One A Try.
It Looks Awesome In Coconut White And Vintage Gold, I'm Sure Would Look Awesome In So Many Colours Black/White Would Be Very Beautiful, I Could Think Of So Many Combinations, I Love The Dies You've Used
I Just Love It All, Thank You For The Fantastic Tips And Techniques, Thank You For The Awesome Ideas You Come Up With Each And Every Day.
Sue On A Personal Note. Thank You For Sharing, Thank You For The Daily Inspiration I So Much Appreciate It Thank You So Very Much.
Sue Take Great Care
Love And Hugs
From Sam x
Hugs To All

magpie said...

Helloooo Sue and the Wilsonettes! Great video Sue and the card is absolutely gorgeous! It makes such a difference just adding adding those bits of colour to make it stand out. It looks soooo elegant x Guess what? I have quite a few bits in a pot that I've saved from die cuts. They are just too good to throw away and can be easily used as a small die/tag/corner feature. Like everything else though I will have to get around to it,concentrate and use them! Lol! "Thank you" Sue for all the great videos that you do for us. We appreciate them so much xx Sending you and your family love and hugs xx Also sending love and hugs to Lynne, Pam, Tina, Lynda, Yorkielass, Norah, Wheelybad and all our Wilsonettes who need a love and a hug xx Sandra, I've had accupunture hunni and there is no pain to it at all. Give it a go. What have you got to lose? You and everyone else can do as much ranting, raving and crying as they want if it makes you feel better! This is the Wilsonette family after all and we're all here to listen! xx Lyndsey, glad all went on ok with your daughter and all the hard work she has to do, she will become a great teacher xx Take care everyone xx Love Karen xx Oooo ps, Loved Julia's show today with those gorgeous dies and cards she made out of them. They were stunning! xx

Pearl said...

Evening Sue, great card today, love the pieced patchwork of the diecut.

Will watch the video tomorrow for how to create such a masterpiece.

More items to add to my wishlist eh?

Craftihappiness to everyone, love from Pearl.

AnneRD said...

Hi Sue, thank you for showing this technique, it has lots of possibilities. Video was very helpful. Anne x

Theresa Pace said...

great idea Sue. thanks for the reminder. although i knew the technique i don't always think about it, hugs xx

Barbara said...

Beautiful card and the true colours show up well on the video.
Going to my favourite craft shop tomorrow to buy some more of Sues dies. Craftworld has lots of Creative Expressions products so I am looking forward to it.

LYNNE you are as mad as your frog story. I thought I was mad talking to Ben but I haven't read him a story yet! don't think he would enjoy a horror story very much.

Laura O said...

beautiful card ,great video.Laura O

Myra P said...

Hi Sue,
I think we're having a rather mad day!
Fluffycat - Frances - ok - I can understand - just about - singing to pets , telling stories well I talked to our lab! She was a great listener! But - come on - teaching a cat to knit!
You should not have told Lynne that - she'll have the gilding flakes and glue out in the morning!
Just kidding - you've both had me in fits today!
Lots of love.
Norah - I hope we've brightened your day a little bit. Sending hugs to you.
Love Myra. Ps Julia's show was great!
Did I hear Pam's email and Sandra's read out?

Craftysusan said...

Very classy and elegant card Sue and the video was great too. Will have to add the Austrian and French dies to my ever growing wish list.

lynda said...

Good evening Sue & all Wilsonetts beautiful card sue I haven't watched video yet just got home from my sons & cuddles with baby Harry ( grandson ) will watch tomorrow
But card looks amazing Sue. Love & hugs to you & momLynda Brock xx

Sandra so sorry lovely that you had a bad day please give the acupuncture a go as others have said you have nothing to loose & it could help you please take care & hope your not to shattered after the traumatic day love & Hugs my lovely friend Lynda xx

Margaret corgi owner so pleased your daughter had a enjoyable day & everyone was kind & helpful towards her Hugs to you both Lynda xx

Lindsay glad all went well for your daughter yesterday I'm sure she will make a great teacher Hugs to yo both Lynda xx

Wheely Bad please don't over do it have cuddles with Billy wooffee paw hugs from A & B & Gentle Hugs to you Lynda xx

Dianeandchipps sending you more BIG HUGS hope the time goes quickly. You should have set up a crafting corner to ease the boredom love Lynda xx

Tina E sending you BIG HUGS hope your doing ok thinking of you love Lynda xx

Lynne M oh your little critters made me smile yesterday with the frog.But today was a gem you reading them story's those little princesses have got you right under their paws ha ha Hugs to you all Lynda xx

Special Hugs too all the above & Myra P,Tres,Tandy,Maureen K,Yorkielass ,Nanna Tina,TOB Theresa,Brenda L,Janet Ecco,Jean D,Gail C, Hazel,Julie Laz,Mrs B,Magpie,Camille,Steph,Norah hope you feel better tomorrow & wee Rory,Ita,Helen K,Cheryl B,

nannapat said...

Love the clean and simple design Sue and the colours are lovely. Pat x

Janice K said...

Another great video showing a lovely technique that will be a great way of creating texture and dimension with out needing to add foam pads, therefore making it an ideal design for cards that require posting.x

Caron28 said...

Hello Sue. The card is stunning. Hope to catchup on your video tomorrow. x

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Looking forward to watching your video today as I have a feeling this sort of card will be something I will enjoy doing. SueL x

Margaret corgi owner said...

Good evening Sue and everyone,

Such a very beautiful card and very inspirational video they are all wonderful and to have the at a click whenever we need them is just great, thank you so much.

Norah thinking of you, hope you are soon feeling bright eyed and bushy tailed really soon, chin up girl.

Sandra so sorry things were not too good yesterday I have left you a message, but believe nothing of what you hear and only half of what you see, that way you keep your feet on the ground, as when you fall off cloud nine it does hurt!

Warm wishes and hugs to all who need them especially all my friends here on blog.

Margaret corgi owner

janet said...

I like this technique a lot. Will watch video later this week. Thanks Sue.
Hugs,
Janet in Kent

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue,
A fantastic video showcasing a beautiful card, I never think about exchanging coloured pieces out of the dies but will be trying it out now , thanks Sue x hugs to you and mom xxxx
Sandra , so sorry your having such a bad time as others have said give acupuncture a try it maybe just what you need , it's worth trying sending you gentle hugs xx

Gentle hugs to yorkielass, Lynda and everyone who needs them xx
Hugs
Jean D xxx

Olive Ann Jones said...

I love the simplicity of todays card, subtle gold and the embossed background makes the whole card special xx

Helen Terry said...

Hi Sue
another gorgeous card and fab technique.
crafty hugs Helen xxxx

Ms Linda (swtanxiety94@yahoo.com) said...

Another gorgeous technique for me to try. Love the card and dies used. Your talents and dies are worth their weight in gold. Only problems I love them all.

Sandy H said...

Beautiful card. Thanks for a super video - so much easier for my foggy brain to get my head around techniques when I can see what you are doing.
Take care everyone.

Linda Graham said...

Lovely card Sue, the different ways you use the dies is amazing, thank you, Linda x

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
absolutely beautiful and stunning - oozes elegance.
Hugs, Rose

cr@fty said...

Hi Sue
Once again I'm late posting sorry, the video was fabulous and I love this technique. I used to do similar with peel offs but I think it's brilliant done with dies, the possibilities are endless. I love the elegance of today's card
Hugs x
Heather T

Darlene4527 said...

Another beautiful card and a great way to use the small pieces instead of throwing them out.