Thursday, 5 March 2015

Bargello Technique



Hi bloggers!  I just love this technique.  It was on the Stamping My Style video that I did years ago in fact.  It is a rather short video (by my standards at least! LOL)  I hope you can take a few minutes to sit and enjoy it!


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 The finished dimensions are 7 1/2" x  7 1/2" in size.  All for now, Sue x
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166 comments:

Pam said...

Beautiful card, Sue., just lovely
Hugs to all, have a good day.

June said...

Morning Sue, Pam and all Wilsonettes, a lovely card today, the technique is enjoyable to do, time consuming but turns out really lovely, I think the secret is the accurate measuring of the strips, I have made 3 cards using this technique. Hope your resting up Sue.

Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

Yvonne said...

Good morning Sue what a lovely card have done this in the past but you havereminded me of it & I will have to do it again. Thanks Yvonne xx

Linda28 said...

morning all, a lovely card today, have never tried to do this technique yet, will be watching the video when I get in from work! Hugs, Linda.
PS Steph hope things go well for you today.

Muriel Kelly said...

Hi Sue and all
Fabulous card and I think I have all the dies for it too. Will watch the video later- hope you are having a really good break Sue
Muriel x

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a very pretty idea. Great video.Have a good holiday take care KItty.

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
Stunning card and video love the bargello technique must get the flower dies thank you tracyw

Jacquie said...

Morning Sue,

Gorgeous card, looks so pretty, I will watch the video later on how you made it.

Have a great day

Love & Hugs

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

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great looking card Sue, will watch the video later.

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Lovely card and clear instructions (as usual) on the video. Sue xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, great video, showing a great technique, remember seeing it before and wondering how it was done, so will have to give it a go now. The card is very striking with the different blues. Have a good day all. Bx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Fab technique. I love doing this. Definitely worth the time it takes! Love the flower. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card I remember it from
Before and doing it at the time definitely time for another
Try.
Nancy's xx

Julie Elli said...

Stunning card Sue. Gorgeous flower. Thanks for sharing. Big hug
Julie E

Sandra Biggs said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card. I havenot tried this technique but will try it out soon.

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. We have finally got back online after having major problems with it since Sunday. I have missed my daily "fix" of your beautiful cards and everyones comments. You have used some of my favourite techniques this week so I have lots to try. I have loved all of the cards and todays is another gorgeous one, I love this technique, deciding on which colours and pattern is great fun : )
I am so glad to hear that you are going to have a real break away from your computer, I hope you have a wonderful time. It would be lovely to see some photos when you get back : )
Sheila, my deepest sympathy to you and Nikki.
Pat S Witney, special hugs to you my lovely friend, I hope you are feeling better today,see you later x : )
Sending my daily hugs to everyone. Take care.

Rosalind McLellan said...

Hello Sue

What a lovely card. Such an interesting technique. I have done Bargello in patchwork but didn't think of doing it on a card.

Love
Roz.x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Great card and fab video although I notice you are wearing a plain brown top and not your trademark patterned ones. A change of style perhaps? Hope you don't mind me commenting on this, no offence intended obviously, but I don't think I've ever seen you wearing a non patterned top before in all the years I have followed you! Anyway, hope you are having a restful holiday.

Anonymous said...

Must try the technique. A very effective card. Thanks for the idea and good to have a video to refer to.
Jan
Northampton

Maria Illsley said...

Lovely card will watch the video later xxx

carol quinn said...

love this one its really pretty

sonja_w said...

Gorgeous card,thank you for sharing this technique . I will definitely give this a go . xx

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, lovely card, great technique. Love Jean xxx

lilian said...

Hi Sue & Friends, lovely card, have your original dvd showing this technique, but still have not tried to do.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,

I remember you doing this before and made a few cards myself using this technique, it's fun to do isn't it, even if a little time-consuming...

Like how the open circle makes a focal point without hiding too much of the background...

Izzy

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
Another of your wonderful cards showing a fantastic Technique. Keep saying I will do this but never have. Today might just be the day! Off to watch and learn, it is amazing what you do learn from your informative Videos.
Thank you for all the time and effort you spend helping us.
Have fantastic day wherever you happen to be today.
Hugs

Patricia xxx

PharmacyMichele said...

Stunning card, love this technique.

Hope you are enjoying your holiday

Michele

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous I love the way you have created the background. Have a great day. Hugs Jackie

Patricia Youdell said...

This is lovely Sue
It is always good to revisit older techniques
Pat x

TDQ Karen said...

Really effective look, the card is so pretty xx

Anonymous said...

I like this card and it could be turnered into a mans card quite easily,
Hope you are having a good holiday Sue.

Best wishes to all.
JosieBx

Anonymous said...

Lovely card, Sue, like the colours chosen and the video is, as ever, so clear and informative - thank you.
Now I really will try this technique out as you make it look so achievable.

'P' in Wales

Karen M said...

Hi Sue, lovely card, I havn't tried this before so will have a go, thank you Karen M

Anne Crawford said...

Beautiful card, and Great Video! I am not a quilter but have made a table runner using this technique ( from remnants of curtains from previous houses) which brings back lovely memories, so it would be fun to try on a card, and I just know the person a card like that would be perfect for , so thanks for the idea!
Going to the Glasgow Hobbycraft show today, so I'd better get a move on.
Love and hugs to all xo

hollyberry said...

Lovely quilting look card.

hazel young said...

Lovely card Sue xx hazel

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
I'm having problems connecting to the Internet this morning I've had to do it through my phone. So I will have to watch the video later when hopefully I'm back on line.
I remember this technique and have tried it and lloved it. I used up all my scrap card that all of us seem to have and not use. I love today's card.
Hope your having a fabulous time.
Hugs x
Heather T

Glennis said...

A very interesting effect!

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I remember this technique from that very video, and it is something I use quite often. It is good for men as well in different colours.

Love Rosemarie xx

DMJ said...


A lovely card, and I enjoyed the video!


Doreen x

Aspiring crafter said...

Hi Sue,
I remember seeing you demo this and I did try it out .
Since forgotten so thanks for a good video to remind me!
Beautiful card,
XxxRuth

Heather Rogers said...

Lovely card and technique I admire your patience Sue.
Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

Maryann Laursen said...

WAUW this is so beautiful and such amazing colors, you´ve used for it too.

Crafting Queen said...

Beautiuful card.

auscrafts said...

lovely card ,this is another technique I haven't done for years but only yesterday I was looking at a CD I'd made years ago of some of my early attempts at card making and there they were about 6 cards all done with bargello ,must try this again

camelot67 said...

Good Morning Sue,

I too remember seeing this technique before. I shall be watching the video a little later today but in the meantime thank you for sharing this and I hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
Margaret A.

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
I really like this technique. I've seen you do it a few times and although a little time consuming, the overall effect is lovely. Love the colours you have used together here too.
Hope everyone is ok and sending love and hugs to you all, Alison xx

heather harrison said...

Morning Sue. A very interesting card and technique this morning. Will be watching the video with interest shortly. Thank you for sharing. Hugs Heather x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Another technique I have not tried, it makes a stunning background. Good for any occasion.
Lydia
X

Jan.moogie said...

Now I really like this background technique Sue it really appeals to me as it makes a really stunning card. Hope you are having a great time. Hugs xx

lorna said...

Hi Sue,
What a striking card, wow it really pops!!
Video as always is brilliant, thanks.
:-)
Lorna D

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Fabulous card again using a great technique. Love the colours you have used. Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

karenlotty said...

I've tried this technique once and was pleased with the result Thanks for the reminder - does us good to go back to techniques we've (us ameteurs) forgotten about Off to watch video now before I start work

foxyg said...

Fabulous card Sue. Love this technique.

Diane said...

Hi Sue what a striking card and a fabulous technique . I must give this a go but I will probably end up with wonky squares! Take care love Diane G xxx

Evis M said...

Hi Sue.
Love the card. I will certainly give it a go.
Regards,
Evis M.

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, great card, forgotten about this technique. Will have to look at your dvd again for more inspiration. Lol lynne m x x x


Fur babies safely curled up on the settees after being scared silly by a large dog charging at them over the park this morning. Tilly barked and barked and ran round and round me , so grabbed her collar to put her lead back on, but unable to find Cully. My heart was in my mouth as a main road was close by with our house on the other side. Guardian angels were looking down as found Cully cowering between several trees. Called her and thank goodness she came running to me even though the large dog was still around. Got them home just in time cuz my legs started to shake. Gave them some crunchy dog bickies as a treat, calming down now but I know it will take awhile before I can get over what could have happened to Cully.

To all in pain or need my devious divas send oodles and oodles of muddy paw hugs x x x

Lol lynne m & dreadfully dastardly devious divas x x x

April Bryson said...

I so love this card. I struggle with male-style cards and this fits the bill beautifully. Thank you so much for all your inspiration

April Bryson said...

I so love this card. I struggle with male-style cards and this fits the bill beautifully. Thank you so much for all your inspiration

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
I have yet to watch a video first thing ! lol
Love the Quilt effect but have still not tried it..yours looks lovely!
Take care
Love Marg

Chris Curry said...

A very pretty card Sue. I've meant to try this technique before and for some reason I didn't!! Am away for a few days now so wont be able to see your blogg or try this out until I get back but will definitely do that. Thank you.Xx

Anonymous said...

Love this card, Sue. An idea for my quilting friends!

Anne (Northampton)

nattyboots said...

Wow ,how lovely is your card ,such lovely colors too.
Elaine H X

karenlotty said...

PS Just had a light bulb moment! We could use your new weaving dies to get the strips accurate couldn't we

Gail said...

Good morning Sue,
Such a pretty card, think I must give this a go!
Will watch the video later.
Gail C x

Marion said...

Hi Sue beautiful card love the back ground ,will have to give it try.
Marion H

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
I remember you doing this technique a couple of years ago in purples and lilacs (my favourite colours) It is super effective and creates a wonderful background. Love the card you have created with it today.
Have a great day.
Ang x

gwen70 said...

Beautiful card Sue, hope you are enjoying your holiday

Jane said...

Good morning Sue,lovely card again and the colours are beautiful hugs Jane B.

Scottydog said...

How unusual! Like the look of this, so unusual. Off to my craft room now to watch video & have a go!

ellyscard creatief said...

Lovely card.

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Love love love this technique. It's also great to use up those pesky offcuts which I don't like to throw away and end up with tons of them!
How are the fjords?
Hugs, Rose

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue , Love the card and colours so pretty .love Jean Z xx

Saba said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely card and an informative helpful video. feeding the card through the reverse side of the guillotine ensuring the strips were even was a lightbulb moment for me, but a bit scary watching it - there was no finger guard - but held on to the thought that you wouldn't show it if it all ended badly lol. Hope you are having a fabulous holiday.

Pat, enjoy your "three Graces" reunion, get well soon.
Steph, try and keep the guilding flakes out of your hospital bed!
Love and hugs for all

Saba

Deb Curtis said...

Good Morning Sue, I saw this and thought "How do you do that?!" This is a very clever technique and makes a very pretty card. I must give this one a try. Thanks so much for all the tips & tricks. Have a great day, Deb C x

Janet hampson said...

Hi Sue,
When I first looked at this card I thought lovely card but I can't be bothered sticking all those little squares on to card, LOL
Imagine my surprise when I watched the video....how easy and effective is that, will have to try this one!
Love Janet x
from Wakefield

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. Thank you for another great card and video. This is a lovely technique and i think it would be great for those men's cards that i always seem to struggle with as you just have to change your colours. Hope you don't mind me saying but i have been watching some of your video's and you are wearing some beautiful tops, and that style really suits you and i hope you are having a great time on your holidays and soaking up the sushine.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

June Horrocks said...

Love the card sue I'm going to have a go at this for my daughters birthday Thank you sue wherever you are I send you my love thinking of you steph xxx June horrocks xx

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. I remember this technique from your video as I went mad making cards using it in all different colours. Lovely to see it again. SueL x

Deborah Artliff said...

Good morning sue what a stunning card I love the background and all the diecuts and the design is wonderful xx

Debs A xx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, love this card, completely forgot about this technique, change of colours and a great mans card.
Take care everyone, Jess x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this technique is one I haven't tried but having seen your video again I think I will have a go. With the colours you have chosen it would make a great nautical card for a man, sending best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue, yes a super technique and very effective embossing it, love from Jackie xx

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue,hope you are enjoying your holiday.Lovely card will have to try this technique.
Wendy

Lesley Thomas said...

Ooh, Patchwork! Right up my street, since I am also a quilter. I love it.

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Thanks for the video.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Very striking card, I've never tried this technique but will definitely give it a go especially when there is a great video to follow
Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

Shirley T. said...

Hi Sue,

Lovely card and a technique I haven't tried - yet, but will very soon. Brilliant.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxx

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, a great technique. Have watched the video which I enjoyed. What size are the strips?

Paula said...

What a card! But it looks like hard work, and I don't like hard work! In this case though, I think I could be persuaded. Will watch the video first. :)

Paula x

Nannieflash said...

That is truly stunning you always amaze me with your creations and this one is just gorgeous. hugs Shirleyxxx

June Reynolds said...

Morning Sue, Yesterdays and today's cards both on my list of techniques to try! Both look fab, Thank-you for sharing! Junex (Cumbria)

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A lovely card, I remember seeing this technique, I would imagine the measurements are 'key'.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Helen Bell said...

Good morning Sue and everyone

What a stunning card. It looks so elegant. Will have to try this. Love the video too.

Love Helen xxx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue, and all the ladies.
I hope you are on your way and having a good time Sue.
I've followed your DVD and used patterned papers for Birthday and Anniversary cards, but never thought to use plain papers and embossing - doh.
I love the effect of this technique.
Have a good day everyone. xx

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue an crafty crew
Beautiful card as always.
Looks a bit fiddly to make. Stunning effect tho.
Will catch the video later as I'm off out for my birthday lunch.

Ann said...

Lovely card clever technique will watch video later.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

barbara macaskill said...

Stunning! As soon as I am done my morning routine I am rushing into my Craft Oasis and going to create a card or two or ten using the Bargello technique! I am in love!!! Thanks for the inspiration! Hope your holiday is going well!

Jan Moss said...

Hi Sue. I hope you are enjoying your holiday. Love this technique. Will have a go this afternoon. Just love the colours. Thank you . Hugs. Jan.xx

Felicie said...

Wow Great background .I love this card,so beautiful.
Greetings
Felicie

Jill Liddle said...

Interesting technique today. Was thinking this would make a perfect mens card if you take away the flowers and put something else in it's place. Also a good one to experiment with different colours.

CraftyJo said...

I love the look - something I've done myself many moons ago :) I'll look forward to watching it later. Thanks.

Lynda's craft's said...

Good morning Sue & Wilsonettes
Beautiful card great technequ video was really easy to follow loved the flower thank you Sue.
Love & Hugs Lynda Brock xx

Lynne M,glad you found Cully poor thing it is frittning when the road is so near. Bambie is the same she hates big dogs especially when they chase her.
Hug's Lynda xx

Pat hope you had a comfortable night & not too uncomfortable thinking of you Hug's Lynda xx

Steph hope you got settled in ok thinking of you.Hug's Lynda xx

Sheila your in my thoughts & prayers,hope Nikki was ok yesterday with you telling her the sad news of her dear Daddy my heart goes out too you both.
Love & Hug's Lynda xx

Theresa good luck with your shoulder at hospital today (((( Hug's)) Lynda xx

Hug's Sandra,Margaret corgi owner,Myra,Maria,Steph Sheila,Hazel Patrica,Wheely Bad TOB Theresa,Sam,Saba,Cheryl,Tina E, Lynne M,Jean D,Pam, & all Wilsonettes love Lynda xx

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue
I agree with Jill, this card would be perfect for a man, with just a little adaptation.
Margaret xxx

IVY Cheong said...

Oh wow! Just got back from work and have my lunch and watched this video and how amazingly simple but beautiful is this card. I love it great for the guys.

Love, Ivy L xx

Vie Carter said...

very nice card

Vie
x

Littlelamb said...

Haven't watched the video yet - will watch with my granddaughter when she comes home from school. She doesn't like to miss it. Did something like this at Christmas with ribbon for a table mat. Like the card. Would probably do it in purple and lilac. Enjoy your cruise.

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Lovely Card Sue!

This is such a versatile style, so useful for many occasions (male or female). I like the colour theme and your floral finishing touch.

Thanks for another fab video.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

SHARICA said...

Fab card .. xx Will make this sometime .. xx

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

They just keep coming don't they, wonderful.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

Lesley Cann said...

Great card and very informative video.

Carole Z said...

Yes, I have Stamping My Style and recognised it straight away, gorgeous card, love the colours, hugs Carole Z X

Anonymous said...

Fab card today Sue, thank you for sharing.

Craftihappiness to all and lots of love from Macky.

Pam said...

Mr L please pass on to Steph my good wishes for her hospital stay. Heaven help the nurses she will have everyone glittered and flaked. But will bring so much fun to the ward.
Sheila (Ginger), I send my heartfelt sympathies to you and Nikki, at this very sad time. Nikki will be a great comfort to you Sheila, and you know all of your friends are here for you when you need us.
I'm sorry that I haven't been keeping up with all that is happening on the blog, it is Tims 1st anniversary on Saturday, and I haven't been coping well with it as it gets closer. But you are all in my thoughts daily.

jane stillman said...

A fabulous technique and a fabulous card. Hope your'e enjoying your break x

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue and all

Lovely card. I love the technique and such a pretty fresh effect. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Mary Lynn Cox said...

I love thiscard and technique. It is deceptively easy to create with your help, Sue.
it, s a cold day here in TX. We have 1 to 2 inches of ice under 4 inches of snow and only 22 degrees



scottydog said...

So simple! It looked as though it was going to be complicated but your video Sue makes it look so easy. Just about to try it! Thank-you!

Debbie Tinks said...

Nice card Sue ..happy crafting...x

TOB said...

Lovely card great technique.
Hugs to all Theresa xx

terrie said...

This card is really nice and perfect for any occasion.
It's worth to make this card cause it turned out great
Well done Sue

Theresa Pace said...

what a clever technique this is! one to copy asap. i think it would do nicely for Easter with oranges and yellows and another version in greens, hugs xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
What a gorgeous card, at first glance is it looks very complicated. Having looked at the video - which as always its brilliant, everything so clearly explained. I feel this is achievable - even by me !!!!!! THANK YOU for inspiring me day after day LOL
Hope you are enjoying your holiday.
Take care, lots of love, Brenda XXX

Gail said...

Fab card not sure if I have the patience but who knows maybe one day xx GailT xx

Dawn Holben said...

Another stunning card today and video.
That background would also be ideal for a male card.

Shirley Bowley said...

Hi Sue - this card looks really attractive and I will certainly give this technique a try. Hope you have a great holiday, it is well deserved. Regards Shirl

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Now that's nice!!!!! Definitely striking and different and the reason I went for some of the New York Collection as I saw the quilting effect then and wanted to have a go with the Times Square die.

Susan White said...

Love this technique! Wish I had seen your video before I did some a few years ago - your way is much, much easier!!! Thanks, Susan x

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Lovely and probably beyond my patience limit!

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Lovely and probably beyond my patience limit!

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card.

Will watch video later.

Hugs
CraftyJacq
XX

scrAPpamondo said...

Fabulous technique!

pinky said...

You have the patience of an angel Sue but its is well worth the effort.

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue, haven't tried this technique yet but will watch video later and may have a go.

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue, haven't tried this technique yet but will watch video later and may have a go.

Joanne K said...

Hi Sue, fab card. I love this technique must give it a go. Kind regards Joanne K x

DeCor said...

I like this technique. It looks so great with the strips embossed. A really nice card!!

Brooke Bont said...

love this card. I will be doing this one for sure

Lesley Griffiths said...

Great video Sue, another simple but very effective technique,lovely colours.
Happy Days
Lesley

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone!
Gorgeous card and I like the colours you have used together,very nice.

Steph-hope you doing ok, gentle hugs
To Sheila and Nikki, so sorry for your loss. We are here for you,hugs
Pat-hope your visitors were gently with you and that you now will soon feel better.Hugs
Also to Pam and ToB, Sandra,Lynda,
Norah,Brenda,Lynne M,CraftyNanna,
Saba,Sheila,June,Myra,Margaret,
Hazel,Alison,Janet,Maureen,Sam,
Cheryl,Steph and to everyone else who are a Wilsonette Take care

Warm hugs Maria

Susan Morgan said...

Smashing......must have a go at this technique !!

Janice K said...

A great video tutorial showing a lovely technique which I can see being very useful for those awkward male cards. Thank you for the brilliant ideas!x

Margaret corgi owner said...

Good evening Sue and everyone
Really love this pattern have done it in patchwork too really make a beautiful quilt. The colours are super and the whole card just say luxury to me.
Hugs
Margaret corgi owner

Anonymous said...

Tracy Stitt - Happy Birthday!
Hope you had a good lunch and enjoyed your day.

'P' in Wales

dragonswing said...

Lovely card. I can remember years and years ago a friend showed me this method for making quilts. I sure miss my friend. She was terrific.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love this effect and great colours

Hazel said...

A lovely card , you could do this with so much different colours and still get the same effect. Hazel x

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, running late so short and sweet tonight. Thank you for reminding me of this technique, I had all but forgotten it. Both the card and video are great as usual.
Frances

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card love the technique much simpler than you expect it to be will definately give it a try . Thanks xxx

Love and hugs to Sheila, Nikki, and Pam xxx

Crafty hugs to all
Jean D xxxx

Tina Eldridge said...

Hi Sue

Brilliant technique. Hope you are enjoying your well earned holiday. Look forward to the pics when you get home.

Kind regards To all :-)

Tina XX

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !! This card is fab !! I love the video today, so informative and I think I could make this card using this great technique !! I really love the colours used. Like others have said it would make a great card for a man. I love, love love the Camellia Flower you have made for the card and I have the Italian Decorative frames dies and they are gorgeous to, just like those fab Camellias !! definately another great technique to try. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous card today. I hope you are having a lovely holiday. Sending you lots of love and hugs from Tres x x x

Sheila Ginger, You and Nicki and family are in my thoughts and prayers today. Wishing you all lots of heartfelt love and special hugs from Tres x x x

Steph, I hope you are doing ok. Thinking of you love from Tres x x x

Lynne M, Thank goodness your little Doggie Divas are both ok. Sending you all lots of love and best wishes from Tres x x x

Sending lots of love to all the Wonderful Wilsonettes today love from Tres x x x

AnneRD said...

A lovely technique Sue, and much quicker to complete than working with wool and canvas! Anne

Joanna Dickson said...

Good evening Sue.
I love this technique and have watched this video before A number of times.
A gorgeous effective card.
good night my friend.
Lots of love
Jo xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I love the quilted look.
Thank you for the demo.
Veronique L

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
LOVE ALL THE QUILT CARDS YOU HAVE DONE. THIS ONE REALLY MAKES THAT BEAUTIFUL FLOWER POP. WHAT A NICE IDEA TO DIE CUT AND STICK ON TOP OF THE RING TOO. BRILL JOB
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

Sandy H said...

Lovely card. Background looks so intricate but the super video makes it look easy to achieve. Thanks for the inspiration.
Take care everyone.

Denise Hancock said...

Hi Sue I have tried this technique a couple of times looks very effective
Denise X

DeyaniraC said...

Hello Sue

Another challenging beautiful card. you are pushing your Wilsonette another way to create pretties card,
Thank you
Have a bless day

Rosie said...

Another stunning card, Sue....xxx

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Good afternoon Sue, beautiful card, I have yet to see the video on this, it looks intricate to me, but perhaps after I watch the video it may prove different.

Hugs to all Dorothy xx

Darlene4527 said...

Thanks for sharing this technique. Very lovely. I also love the flower and am going to have to get that die, if I can ever catch it in stock!

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Gorgeous card. Love the technique and colours, now off to try to do the same.
Di B x

Janice Brummett said...

Beautiful card, Sue. I made a similar card using lavender, purple, turquoise, teal and gray. I used a 1", 3/4", 1/2", 1/4" stripes. Made up beautiful. My strips weren't the best cut so they didn't match up perfectly like yours. It would probably be easier if they were all the same width. I'll have to try using all the same width.

hazel said...

Hi Sue
Catching up with your blog this afternoon . Haven't been on line as have been at the cabin and there is no Internet there.I do miss seeing your blog daily but have the chance to catch up with it today while having my coffee
What a beautiful card Sue i have tried to make a similar one but don't know what i am doing wrong. But with having your Video i will be able to watch it and then make the card while having you all to my self in my craft room.lol
Thank you Sue for the Video
Take care
Hazel G XX

Haze T said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card & love the colour combo & I think this would be suitable for the gals & guys alike..
Will be watching the video later this evening while I'm making my Mothers day Cards..
Hope your relaxing & enjoying your time with your Mom & family..

Crafty Hugs
Haze T xx

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card.

Will watch video later.

Hugs
CraftyJacq
XX