Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Wednesday Weekly Card Giveaway

 Hello all!  It's triple stamping for today's giveaway card.  I have done this technique so many times and it just never fails to make me say wow!  I started with some light purple card and cut it into three slightly rectangular pieces in descending sizes.  You can make these layers any size you like, just keep about a half an inch or slightly more between them.  You will also need to cut corresponding black mats to fit them all.  However, first put all three pieces of card together with a small piece of sticky tape in the centre to keep them in place.  I stamped them with the Wrought Iron stamp using a black archival ink pad.  Catch several of the layers at once when you stamp it so you will be able to follow the pattern from layer to layer.  Next take them apart and add the black mats and reassemble with mounting foam to raise each of the layers.  Your eye will complete the pattern where the black mat covers the void in the stamping.  For the focal element, I stamped the Wrought Iron stamp in black on white card and cut it out with the Oslo die.  I used Dusty Concord ink while it was still in the die to add some highlights to the white die cut too.  I cut a matching backing piece in purple and glued them together.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it into a strip, highlighted the edge with Dusty Concord ink and gave it a matching black mat.  I mounted it across my die cut and made a two tone Camellia to match which I seated on the end of the strip with a black jute twine bow.  I cut several of the Mosaic Leaves in white and tucked them around the flower.  I finished the card with my usual paper pierced mat, then a thin purple and thin black mat and a final white mat.  Flatback pearls were added as a final touch.  The finished dimensions are 7" x 7 1/2" in size.  Leave me a comment if you would like to be entered into the drawing to win this one.  Don't forget that the winner won't be announced for a couple of weeks though.  All for now, Sue x





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Pam said...

Beautiful card, love it.
Hope everyone is well warm and safe
Hugs all round

yvonne said...

Good morning Sue I just love stamping & wow this card is just right up my street. Thanks Yvonne xx

June said...

Morning Sue, Pam and all Wilsonettes I also love this technique, looks so impressive.

Hope you are enjoying your rest Sue.

Happy Wednesday everyone, stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a lovely card. Take care all. It looks as though spring is on the way this weekend. Bye Kitty.

Rita said...

Good Morning Sue. Another fabulous creation. Love it so much. Hugs Rita xxx

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
What a stunning card love the colour my favour colour seen you doing this one thank you tracyw x

Angela Wade said...

Hi, Sue and fellow Wilsonettes, this is a lovely stamped card for this Wednesday's Giveaway.

Hope you all have a good day.

Angela in S. Wales Xx

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue and everyone. Love this stamping technique, thank you for reminding me of it, and the two tone flowers are just perfect. Sue xxx

carol quinn said...

love this one, the flower really
finishes it off

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, this card certainly has the wow factor, great stamping, and a technique I have yet to try. Lovely colour combo too. Have a great day all. Bx

Anonymous said...

A great technique in pretty colours. Must give it a try.
Jan
Northampton

ang said...

I love it, great colours and techniques will give this a try angxx

nancyd said...

Morning. Sue, a beautiful card and gorgeous colours.
Nancy's xx

Sandra Biggs said...

Hi Sue
Love this card.
Hope you are having a good time.

Deborah Artliff said...

Good morning Sue what a beautiful card I love the colour and the design is wonderful. Xx
Debs A

Maria Illsley said...

A stunning card and great colours xxx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
I love this technique and the colour and flower are really pretty. Overall a fabulous card! Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

Patricia Youdell said...

Morning Sue
This is a lovely card, I must try his technique
Pat x

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Wonderful card Sue, luv everything about this one, stamp, colour and flower.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Like several other Wilsonettes who are early commenters, I must also try this. So effective. Happy Wednesday all.

Anonymous said...

This is such an effective technique, Sue. Lovely card.

Anne (Northampton)

Linda Graham said...

Beautiful card Sue, my favourite colour,only done this technique once must try again it`s very effective, thank you, Linda x

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue and all, a wonderful technique, so clever. The colours are so pretty x

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
What a stunner! My favourite colour and an amazing design. Just terrific!
Have a great day.
Ang x

rosiejt said...

What a super giveaway card! I do like the touches of black to emphasise the stamping.

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes that visit and comment this Wednesday.
I love this stamp, and its not one I have as yet but on my list to order today, how weird is that ?! It makes for a lovely triple stamping effect, but there again dont all your stamps lend themselves for this technique.
The colour's you chose for this card just help show up the beautiful pattern of the wrought iron swirls, the beautiful shade of purple and black - very classie. Good luck to you all, it will be a very lucky person that is chosen to receive this W. O. W.
Spent the past few days cutting your various flower dies both open and closed petal dies that I have to take into hospital with me today, after all, the doctor's can sort out quite a few aches and pains etc but there is NO medicine for craft withdrawl symptoms lol so I wont be able to look in or leave a comment for the next week or so, but dear Mr Lancashire will be logging in as there is no reason for your daily figure's to drop by one when there is a way round it - right ? : )

Today Im hoping that Sue's surgery went well yesterday and am thinking of you Sue when you look back to catch up when you feel able. To all our friends out there in Particraft world that dont feel well today, my basket is full and over flowing with caring gentle hugs, help yourself.
Finally, have a wonderful holiday Sue, kick back, chillax and make memories, that note pad and pencil will be fine left alone on your bedside table lol.
Sending love to you Sue and all Wilsonettes.
Lancashire Steph xx

TDQ Karen said...

This is such a lovely effect, love the colours of this beautiful card xx

hollyberry said...

Beautiful card,love this technique and the flower is gorgeous.

auscrafts said...

love this technique always looks good

Aspiring crafter said...

Beautiful card Sue in every way!
XxxRuth

lilian said...

Hi Sue & Friends, love the colours and the stamping, I have never tried this way of stamping , must give it a try.
New GC comming today, thanks to Sunrise Crafts, really missed having my GC, have others but still prefere GC.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

Jan.moogie said...

Who wouldn't want to win this little stunner Sue? I t is gorgeous. Hugs xx

Hazel said...

Good morning Sue, A stunning beautiful card, stamping this way gives a great effect,my he purple and black make it so elegant looking. Hazel x

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous this is a technique I must try it is so effective. I hope you are enjoying your holiday. Have fun. Hugs Jackie

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I never tire of looking at this technique, it is so cleaver. Love the colours you have used here. Enjoy your holiday and treasure the memories.

Steph, hope all goes well in hospital. X

Love Rosemarie xx

Anonymous said...

Do like this technique, Sue, haven't tried it yet as a bit duff at stamping but must practice more!
Lovely card with the nice finishing touch of the camellia.

Know you won't be reading this as you are 'out of touch' but imagining you with no cooking or housework (brilliant!) no craft - well, a bit harder, just have to bear with it. ONLY loads of relaxation, food, drink and wonderful sights to see. Oooh, talking myself into a cruise almost - but no, too many animals so haven't had a break (except two days in hospital) for about 38 years!! And happy with it.

'P' in Wales where life is a permanent holiday!

Steph -hope hospital goes well. Will be thinking of you.

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Another fabulous technique I've learned from you. I love the card you've shown us today, from the style and colour to embellishments.
Hugs x
Heather T

foxyg said...

Lovely card Sue. I love this technique.

CHERYL Brown said...

This is definitely a WOW card for me too. At first glance they always look very intricate, and when you look again you realize how simply the layers interlock.
Steph, I wish you love & hugs during your stay in hospital, glad to see you're not taking your cutting machine with you. I don't think they would be impressed with all those pesky fallout pieces.
Hugs to all blog friends who are not feeling too good today. As ever gentle healing hugs winging their way to you.
Love Cheryl xxx

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Best deal was at hobby craft, reduced to 69.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Lovely technique. Lovely card.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Lovely technique. Lovely card.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Best deal was at hobby craft, reduced to 69.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,

Love this triple stamping technique, you get maximum impact for minimum effort and that's right up my street...it always impresses non-crafters as they try to figure out how it's done...I don't tell! lol

Izzy

Marion Bull said...

Lovely card and this is a fabulous technique! Happy sunny day everyone!

Marion B xx

heather harrison said...

Morning Sue. Lovely card. I love using this technique it always looks impressive. Thanks again for sharing. Hugs Heather x

hazel young said...

Stunning love it xx hazel

Lynnoliver said...

Hi sue
Love this card love the technique great colours
Lynn O
XX

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue, it's a beautiful one here, hope it's the same where you are.
Love, love, love today's card. Keep say I will try this technique ... today might be the day.
I have a few more of Izzy's bag to make first. Made so many I have lost count.
Have a fantastic day
Hugs

Patricia xxx

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, wow, fabulous card, love the triple stamping and love the colours! Love Jean xxx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Beautiful card, love the colours you have and the design. Anybody would be delighted to receive this lovely card.
Lydia
X

Jacquie said...

Morning Sue,

So love this technique and such a beautiful card. I have never tried this kind of stamping, always mean to but never get round to it so I must make a point of having a go lol!

Have a great day

Love & hugs

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

pinky said...

Absolutely stunning card Sue. Love how you finished it off with the jute bow and flower.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
It definitely has the WOW factor!
I would love to win it!
Veronique L

DMJ said...


I do like this technique, it is one I have tried and was pleased with!!


Doreen x

Rosie said...

Morning Sue, what a gorgeous card. Love the stamp technic and the two tone flowers...xxx

karenlotty said...

This technique always amazes me I'm not a stamper (yet) but have done it a compile of times in cd-rom crafting and even though I don't get a void by printing putting them on "mats" really makes it look so much more professional Love the colours - just love everything about it

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card Sue in my favourite colours. Have a good day everyone . JJxx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. This is a wow factor card, absolutely stunning. I love this technique - one which I still must try and after seeing your beautiful card today I will definitely be giving this a go. Hope you're enjoying your holiday. Hugs to all xxx

nattyboots said...

Loving your card ,a really nice color ,style and flower .

Elaine H X

Ecco of Sheffield said...

Morning Sue
Today's gift is so cleverly done and it's one that I've never tried but really must get round to doing so. I love your colours for today. For me they are always a very classic combination.
As always my SW space is dusted off and waiting - fingers crossed lol.

Steph - good luck my lovely friend. As you say there isn't anything to combat 'craft withdrawal' so I hope you have all you need to see you through your stay. Please know that I'll be with you in spirit every day and sending those precious hugs on a daily basis.
Sheila- there are not enough words to say how sorry I am to hear your devastating news. Both you and Nikki are in my thoughts and prayers.

I am determined to have a calmer day today. I know it seems silly but as I said yesterday I always worry about not having cut enough etc for my K&N but yesterday just went on and on. The card I had done for my demo was a Teal and Cream creation using Sue's new Noble Rectangle dressed with a glittered Rose in the middle supported by swirls etc and finished off with one of Sue's bows - lattice. Now compaints are made when I do something that is considered 'difficult' so I thought I was on track yesterday but no this time it was 'too easy'. Sometimes I just want to slam a door! I know you cannot please everyone all the time but I was not on top of the world and that just finished my off. Sorry rant over.

To all in pain or suffering I hope things get better soon. To everyone please take care and stay safe. See you tomorrow.
Janet x

Kate's Cards said...

Wow is the right word!

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,
This is a brilliant technique. the stamping really makes it pop. love the colour.
Thank you Sue you have given me a direction for a card I need to make later.
Take care, Love Brenda xxx

Anonymous said...

Morning sue This looks stunning I have tried this technique with embossed sheets and it looks good too. I embossed them all the same and then cut them down in size and matted them in the black. Take care yvonne b xx

Marion said...

Hi Sue love this card ,great technique
and my favourite colour too.
Marion H

gwen70 said...

Simply beautiful

lorna said...

Hi Sue,
What a wonderful card!!
Loving the colours very dramatic.
:-)
Lorna D

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card, love the lilac colour, so pretty.
Funny you did this card today as I was just thinking of
making one using this technique the other day as it's quite
quick to do. x

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Very lovely card and love the triple stamping technique. I've seen you do this quite a lot but have yet to give t a go myself - something I will have to remedy!
Steph hope things go well in hospital, will be thinking of you.
Sheila, Nikki and family - thinking of you at this very sad time.
Thank you to those who sent good wishes for my aunt. She was brighter yesterday, doctor had given her anti sickness tablets so they had kicked in. Managed to get a Complan smoothie down and she was going to have some soup last night, so hopefully she's on the road to recovery ( for this anyway).
Sending love and very special hugs to those grieving, in hospital, feeling down or poorly. Love Alisonxx

Jane said...

Hi Sue, wow certainly is the right word for this beautiful card lovely colour! Take care Jane B.

Julies Crafty Creations said...

Beautiful card Sue, love this technique, must give it a try
Julie x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - such a striking card and I love this technique and the colour is one of my favourites to. Absolutely stunning. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Jill Berg said...

This is gorgeous - the black just pops off the page!

Julie Kay said...

Stunning card Sue, just love the colours. Crafty regards Julie Kay xxx

Janet k said...

I love this technic, also the colours, will be having a go at this one very soon, thank you, regards Janet k xx

Chris Curry said...

Love this card and love this technique. I am determined to try it with your tips on the best way to do it. Thank you.Xx

TOB said...

Steph thinking of you.
Alison, (Alimecca) glad to hear your aunt is improving.

Janet, (ecco) Just a suggestion but take in the card you made, give them all the pieces they need and then tell them to design their own. I did that at my knit and natter group they looked horrified, as none of them were crafters, but when I said there are no rules in crafting they went on to make beautiful cards and everyone was different. I took more embellishments if they wanted them, One lady was so pleased with hers she gave it to a friend for her birthday.
It would take some pressure off you.
Well have appt for surgeon tomorrow to see if he can help with my shoulder.
Hugs to everyone.Love Theresa xx

TOB said...

Hi Sue what a beautiful card love this technique, will definitely have a go at this some time.
Beautiful colour. Hugs Theresa xx

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. Love the technique.

Janette MacArthur said...

Good morning, love today's card - such a great technique and great colours!
Janette x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A beautiful card, a great technique.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Joyfullcreations said...

Once again Sue what a beautiful card and such spring like colours
Joy

Sam Smithard said...

Morning Sue,
My Very Dear Friend,
I Truly Love It When This Technique Is Used Its Just Such An Opulent Rich Looking Card I Love The Colours And The Black Makes It Pop.
I Love The Flower This Card Is Magnificent Sue Thank You For Sharing Your Fabulous Cards With Us.
Take Great Care
My Very Dear Friend
Love And Hugs
From Sam xxx
To All My Wonderful Wilsonettes Friends
I'm Hoping Your All Keeping Well, Anyone Feeling Under The Weather I Send Huge Hugs To You
Steph My Lovely I hope Your Well And You Havnt Taken Those Sticky Sheets And Gilding Flakes Into Your Hospital Bed What A Shock For The Consultant On His Rounds Lol!
Sheila (Ginger) And Family My Thoughts Are With You Please Take Great Care.
Take Great Care All Amy Dear Friends
Love And Hugs
From Sam xxx

Karen M said...

Good morning Sue, thanks for this lovely card,
I am going to have a go at this one for a friend
Best wishes
Karen M

IVY Cheong said...

Morning Sue,

Another beautiful card.

Love, Ivy L xx

Janet hampson said...

Hi Sue,
Impressive looking card, I love this technique although I have never tried it as I am not good at stamping, but I really ought to give it a try...maybe today!
Love Janet x
from Wakefeild

Anonymous said...

Good Morning Sue, this is a very pretty card and I can't wait to try it out. Will have to find a similar stamp as I made a resolution not to buy any more and use those I have bought and are still in their packaging!!
I am having trouble using the Blogloving site. Is anyone else having problems, too. As soon as it loads it disappears, comes back again and when I scroll down it disappears again. Most frustrating and I then end up going back to the original site so I don't know whether I am being counted.
Can anyone please tell me what I am doing wrong?
Gorgeous morning here in West Sussex.
Best Wishes to eveyone.
Lesley S x

Jean Deane said...

Hi Sue,

Absolutely love today's card everything about it , colour, dies, stamps and embellishments . Just beautuful , thanks Sue, enjoy your holiday xxx hugs .

Steph, hope all goes well in hospital xx
Janet, sorry your K&K didn't go well for you as you said you can't please everyone all the time xxx

Crafty hugs to all,
Jean D xxx

Jeannie Butt said...

Mornin Sue
This card is brilliant, I love the stamping technique and the colours ars so pretty and refreshing.

Lots of love
Jeannie Butt

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. A very effective card. Will study the technique more closely later. SueL x

Jean Z said...

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

Evis M said...

Hi Sue.
A nice card.
Regards,
Evis M.

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
WOW stunning card I must try this technique
Hugs
Carol x

Marleine said...

Morning Sue,
Lovely card. Very striking flower. X

Chaffinch said...

I loved this card when I saw it demo'd on TV. So did a number of craft club members, so we have decided that it will be the theme for one of our classes in a couple of months time.

camelot67 said...

Good morning Sue,

A beautiful card today for which Thank You. Do hope you enjoy the rest of your day.
Margaret A.

ellyscard creatief said...

Beautiful card.My favorit color.

Sandra said...

Good Morning Sue & friends,
Firstly I want to wish my dear friend Pat a speedy recovery after her op yesterday, love you lots Pat! Xx
Steph, you sound prepared physically, I don't think we are ever prepared mentally! I hope the time flies by with all your crafting, you will have the nurses all card making by the end of your stay, are you taking gilding flakes?
I will message you each day , love and hugs xxxx
Sheila, my thoughts and prayers are with you lovely lady, I cannot begin to imagine how you feel or how you will find the strength to explain to Nikki, I am sending you love and hugs and the strength to carry you through this difficult time!xxxxx
Sue today's card is stunning, I have this stamp so I think I may give this a try today! Wish me luck!
Love and hugs to all,
Sandra xxxxxxx

AnnetteM said...

Good morning Sue. WOW! I just love this card and in my favourite colour too. Another good reason to buy the Camellia closed petals, when I can eventually get my hands on it. Thank you so much Sue.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, the triple stamping is so effective must try it again
Steph, hope all goes well for you in hospital will miss your daily comments
Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

julie laz said...

Hi sue, love it, beautiful card, crafty hugs Julie xx

Paula said...

This card is so, so beautiful! I love everything about it. :)

Paula x

Nana on the Hill said...

Love this card Sue, great technique.

utilitygirl said...

Lovely card as always Sue. Love the colours.

Chang Alison said...

Hi Sue, it's a very pretty card and I absolutely love the triple stamping technique.

Joanna Dickson said...

Good Morning Sue
This is a beautiful card in gorgeous colour combo. I might invest in these stamps as they really are effective and will open other doors to play with the new york collection. Just stunning.
lots of love
Jo xx

Helen Bell said...

Good Moning Sue and everyone

Beautiful card. I love it. Haven't stamped for ages other than sentiments. This has inspired me to do so.

Love helen xxx

Anna said...

Hi Sue, I just love that card, triple stamping in black and then layering it on black is beautiful, and your flower really is nice on the card. Cheers Anna.

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, a pretty card but a bit to fussy for me. Love the colour though.
Wendyx

Maureen Killen said...

Good morning Sue and all the ladies.
I love this card Sue, the stamping is beautiful, and the technique is so clever.
Have a great holiday and enjoy the rest and the scenery.
Sheila - Ginger - I am so sorry to hear the news and send my love and prayers to you and Nikki.
Steph - hope you are not stopped at Check in with overloaded bags! Good luck with the procedures.
Sam, hope you are feeling well today.
Lesley S, yes I have pproblems every day with the bloglovin site, so I go in on the ordinary way to post a comment, then I click on Bloglovin to get the numbers up!!
Alimecca - Alison, glad that your Aunt's improving.
Have the best day that you can everyone xx

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue
Wow indeed. It's just stunning. I've tried to tried to do this technique but canny quite get it right lol.
Oh well I'll never be quite as good as u sue but I do persistently try ur methods. Hee hee.
Love Tracy xx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, hope you are having a relaxing time, both mind and body! Today's card is stunning, I love this technique, will certainly be trying it out.
Sheila (Ginger) my thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time.
Steph good luck with your procedure today, hope all goes well.
Take care everyone, Jess x

Janice Wallace said...

Love this style of card, and today's colours and stamp make it so rich.
Cheers
Janice W

Diane said...

Hi Sue Love this card today, such a pretty colour and the triple stamping is so effective. I must give this a go sometime soon. Hope you are enjoying your rest and relaxation. Take care love Diane G xxx
Lilian so pleased you have got your GC back, now don't get arm ache using it too much today! Xxx
Steph hope all goes well for you at the hospital, don't worry we will say hello to Mr L if he comments xxx
Alison pleased to hear your aunt has managed to eat something, she needs her strength xxx

Muriel Kelly said...

Hi Sue and all
All the best Steph for your procedure and to everyone not feeling the best.
Love this card Sue, the stamping looks fabulous and if corse the fliwers are beautiful
Muriel x

Joan D said...

Beautiful card. The black makes the colour pop. Love black on cards along with another colour. Xx

June Horrocks said...

Stunning card sue love it thank you for sharing good luck steph hope all goes well at the hospital love to all June horrocks xxxx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. Very elegant and I love the two toned flower.

Jackie Meechan said...

I think this card is absolutely gorgeous. I love it. Thanks for giving us all the inspiration.

Hugs
CraftyJacq
XX

SHARICA said...

Lovely Card .. xx fab cols xx

Saba said...

Hi Sue
WOW WOW and double WOW. This card has taken my breath. It is absolutely stunning. I love every single thing about it. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to own this beauty, good luck to everyone.

Steph, good luck today. And Theresa good luck tomorrow.
Pat wishing you a speedy recovery.

Lesley, don't worry, it really doesn't matter how you get onto here, you don't need to go onto Bloglovin for your visit to Sue's blog to be counted. You are here, so you have been counted.

Izzy, your bags are going viral !! Patricia now has 3 on her blog, Sandra has posted mine today on hers and when I checked Patricia's blog Marissa Job no less had commented and wants to make one too. Not only that but they are all called Izzy Bags, so you have got your own designer range name. You must be so proud.

Love and hugs
Saba

rolfi said...

Wonderful example for exact layering, Sue... really beautiful card.
Rolf x

Cazzie D said...

Morning Sue
I like the look of this technique, must give it a try.
Caz x

Pat S Witney said...

Must give this a try Sue.

Lesley Thomas said...

What a beautiful card, I would be so proud to own it. I love the triple stamping technique!

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
It's such an elegant card and thank you so much for showing us triple stamping. I've used it a few times and every time it's a WOW response (not from just recipients but also me).
It's another Sue Wilson masterpiece, perfect harmony between all the elements.
Hugs, Rose

Olga said...

The card is gorgeous!

Meg said...

Lovely card Sue.
The stamping looks so delicate, as always your flowers make it it special.

Love and hugs to all
Meg
xxxx

iReneM said...

A lovely card!!
Superb stamping technique and a pretty colour

Hugs
Irene
x

Crafty Cruiser said...

Beautiful card - and easily adapted to embossing if you're not a stamper.
Doreen

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue and all

Fabulous Card. I only recently learnt of the triple stamping technique and I love it. It looks to be another simple but striking card. Thanks for sharing.

I hope your having a good holiday.

Best wishes

Caroljsmith said...

Stunning card sue I would love to win this the colours are just so.

Vie Carter said...

Very clever construted card, love the colours

Vie
x

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

I do too love this way of stamping, so effective, colour ideal as well.

Does anyone know what has happened to Cammilee, have not seen her on the blog lately.
Best Wishes

Julie Bee

CraftyJo said...

Beautiful! I taught this technique to my friends at our local Stamp Club and it went down a real treat :) Love it.

Maggie C said...

Hello. What a stunning and dramatic card - made me say Wow too! Such a great technique which I don't use nearly enough. Thanks for the reminder. xx Maggie (better without a bow)

jane stillman said...

A fabulous card, love the triple stamping and colour xx

Jackie Durrant said...

Oh my what a pretty card Sue, love this colour and the triple stamping always looks so clever. Love from Jackie xx

Christine Williamson said...

This is absolutely stunning Sue! Definitely have to try this technique sometime. Love the floral display, it's just perfect.....sometimes a ribbon bow can be too much but the jute just adds that finishing touch really nicely. I HAVE to buy this stamp too, it's gorgeous! Beautiful card! :)

Brooke b said...

Gorgeous card. Love lilacs and purples with the black just finishes it off. JB xxxx

Agnes (Scotland) said...

Beautiful Card, Just love the colour
Haven't tried stamping but definitely tempted to try,

Joanne K said...

Hi Sue, gorgeous card. Kind regards Joanne K x

Ann said...

Love this card; would love to win it. Warming up here in Florida. 87 yesterday.
Hugs
Mstgane
Ann

Deb Curtis said...

Hi Sue
hope you're enjoying your holiday.
This card is beautiful, everything so well co-ordinated, even the flower is a touch of genius. I love this technique, seen it on one of your videos. You said it's simple to do but it does look really impressive. Easy when you know how, and thanks Sue for all your demo's coz now I know how. I really must try it. Happy holiday - Deb C x

ros hodgkins said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card, like you I also am Wowed by them. X Ros

Anouk said...

wow gorgeous colors on this card.

Jayne S said...

A wonderful card. The triple stamping is an amazing technique which I must try. Thanks for sharing this.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I love the look of this technique so really must get around to giving it a go although I'm not sure that I have a background stamp that will work.
Beverley W

Wendy from Scotland said...

WOW gorgeous card don't do much stamping but must try this. Thanks for the stamps,Sue ,they are great and I will definitely start stamping with them now.
Wendy xx

Barbara W said...

Hi Sue

Love today's card and the colours. I do not use this colour much myself, but you have inspired me to give it a go!

I love my Oslo dies, so this card should be easy to recreate but using any of my stamps for the background.

Lol Barbara W

redfox said...

My fav colour - purple and I love stamping, so a perfect card for me! I keep meaning to try this technique and one day I will get around to it! Lots of love to everyone Sarah

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Beautiful card love this design gorgeous.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Theresa Pace said...

i did say wow! as soon as i opened your page. it is brill and i love this technique, hugs xx

Jan from Long Island said...

Wow, I love, love, love this card!!!!!

Lesley Cann said...

Great card. Purple is my favourite colour. Have never tried this technique but must put it on my to do list.

Anonymous said...

I love doing this technique its so cool, your card is so lovely and love the colors.
Yvonne N.

Felicie said...

Another fabulous creation.I love it.
Greetings
Felicie

Carole Z said...

This is stunning Sue, perfection! Hugs Carole Z X

Rach83 said...

A beautiful card, Sue and such an awesome technique. I hope you are enjoying your holidays.

Rachel x

Dee Snyder said...

Hi Sue, I love this card with its intricate design and beautiful color. I sure would love to win it. Have a wonderful day. Dee Snyder ��

Cathie Weary said...

Wow, this technique is so effective. Just love the card. The two tone flowers are beautiful. Thanks for the reminder about this technique. Will have to give it a try. Hope you are enjoying your time off.

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Hi Sue, thank you for another one of your beautiful cards, looks wonderful in the two colours, love it, hope you have a good well deserved break and that we see you soon on our screens again - really looking forward to seeing what you do next x x x

scrAPpamondo said...

Thanks for the trick! This card is fabulous, love the design an the purple colour. The camelia flower and leaves are my favourite dies!

terrie said...

Beautiful card and I like all of the work is in center of the card.
Well done Sue

Mary Lynn Cox said...

I really love this technique. And beautiful colors. Another hit, Sue. Thank you for sharing.

Dawn Holben said...

This is just so stunning, I love all the little detail on it.
Anyone would be proud to own this one.

hotpotato said...

Love this idea Sue. x

Jean said...

Amazing card!,!,

Claire said...

Pretty card.

Take care

Claire

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
A fabulous card. I love this technique and I love the colourway and stamp too. Thank you.
Bye for now.
SandraP xxx

Maxine T said...

Love this technique Sue, will miss you when you are gone but we still get a blog every day, enjoy your time off. Maxine T

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What a stunning card so delicate, stunning clour. Love love love it lol Gill P G

scottydog said...

Lovely card Sue, saw this method demonstrated & meant to try it - but forgot! Thanks for the reminder!!
Lesley S - yes I have trouble with bloglovin (in fact to-day no post from them!). However there is an 'X' top right hand side of notification & if I click on thet it allows me to post comment. Otherwise I have same problem as you!

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Hi Sue,

Fantastic and stunning card, my favourite colour. I don't do stamping, but this card just may get be going. I would love to win it. I have to copy each card to remind me how its done as my memory lets me down. Hope you are enjoying your holiday.
Hugs to all

Dorothy xx

Bejay Roles said...

Hi Sue,
I just ADORE this technique although I've yet to be brave enough to try it out myself lol. The colours you've chosen for this card are beautiful and there's one of my favourite flowers to finish it all off with. As always, thanks for sharing with us. x

Roisin said...

This is beautiful Sue...have to give it a go one of these days. Have a good Wednesday.

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue
Love the Triple stamping on this card, I haven't used the effect for a while, but think I will give it a try again. I would love to win this card.

Margaret xxx

Susan Morgan said...
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Susan Morgan said...

Beautiful card !! When I do this technique it never looks as good as yours !!

Debbie Tinks said...

Lovely card Sue .. Love the colour stunning ...x have a nice day

Lesley Griffiths said...

I love this layering technique and I have all the items to hand so I'll have a go at this one tomorrow.
Happy Days
Lesley
P.S. My free blog stamps arrived today, thank you so much!

Anonymous said...

Fab card today Sue.

Norah McPhee said...

Good afternoon Sue and the fabulous Wilsonettes,
I am going to give this technique a try as I think that given the right combination for me it could make a stunning wedding card as it reminds me of a tiered wedding cake so has started the brain swirling around with possiblities. Thank you Sue for igniting that little flame in me again.
Steph flower, wishing you all the very best, you will come out recharged and full of vim and vigour but please don't do too much as we don't want to undo the good that the infusion will do you.
Mrs B - Sue, i hope that you have got over yesterdays ordeal and that very soon you will be feeling the good effects from the op on that shoulder. Now you will need to tell hubby that you need an electric die cutting machine as you can't work the handle of the GC for long enough as it will undo all that was sorted. Have i given you enough of an excuse to get a much deserved some singing and dancing machine and will he take the hint and not just say "Oh i'll cut them out for you love"? sending hugs your way anyway flower just because i'm thinking off you.
Sheila - Ginger, words can not express the heartbreak i know is in your heart at this time. Losing your rock when you still need them is such a hard blow. I can only pass on my love to you and Nikki, who is going to find it strange her daddy not being there for her. I am sending you my thoughts, love and prayers dear friend and can only say that i wish i could do some good for you, i am so so sorry for your loss. Hugs to wrap around you.
Alison, sending gentle hugs to your lovely wee auntie who could do with a cuddle i think the now just because. I hope that she picks back up again soon flower.
Right that's me knackered now(which isn't taking much at the moment) so i will see you all tomorrow hopefully
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (glenochil)

barbara macaskill said...

A stunning creation!! LOVE how you did the stamping! It looks almost quilted! BEAUTIFUL!

liz spooner said...

Hi Sue, another beautiful card today. Thanks xx

Suzzette Yandle said...

Lovely in lavender. I like anything in shades of purple! This card reminds me of the wrought iron gates on St Charles Street in New Orleans, USA. Such art.

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, this is a really beautiful card. I love the triple stamping technique and it never fails to amaze me how the optical illusion really does work. Anyone who hasn't tried it yet really should because it is simple and fun to do with impressive results.

Steph - hope your stay in hospital is at least bearable.
Alison - glad your aunt is a little better.
Theresa (TOB) - hope you get some joy from the surgeon tomorrow.
Frances

Kathy Jackson said...

Good morning Sue,
I love this card, can't wait to order the stamp so that I can make this card.
Enjoy your holiday.
Hugs, Kathy Jackson

Anne Crawford said...

Beautiful card! I love this stamping technique, very effective.
Sheila-Ginger, so sorry to hear of your loss and sending loving thoughts at this sad time.xo
Hope all goes well for you Steph xo
Love and Hugs to all xo

Linda28 said...

Afternoon all, just love this card, the colours are beautiful together and the stamping ( oh my ) what a lovely effect. I must have a go at this as soon as time permits.
Wishing all good thought to all in need and hoping all goes well in hospital Steph. Thame card everyone. Linda.

Janice K said...

Oh Sue, this is GORGEOUS!! I share your love of this technique and this card is particularly stunning! Great colour combo and stamping, a feast for the eyes!! X

Marion Turner said...

Hi Sue
Hope you are enjoying your rest
Beautiful Card love the colour
Love Marion x

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Love this card and I think its unusual appearance the stamping and layering is so effective. This one is busy (not my usual) but in a totally different way and for some reason it really appeals to me. Beautiful colour combo as well, along with one of your stunning flowers.

Julie Smith said...

Lovely card Sue, just wish I could get hold of a set of Camelia dies! Jules x

Craftysusan said...

Gorgeous Sue, I love lilac and I keep meaning to get the ironwork stamp as it is so pretty.

Barbara said...

Beautiful card, need to have a try at this technique as I love stamping.
Hope you are having a nice time on holiday Sue.

Glennis said...

This is a lovely technique - so effective

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful card today. I'd lIke to try this technique so this is the push I needed.

Michele

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
Absolutely great card.....I adore this technique!!!
Hope you are enjoying your break!!
Love
Sam
xxxx

Brooke Bont said...

Sue love this card. Love the colors and the stamping an am unable to find much I don't like about this card.

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