Monday, 16 March 2015

You're Wonderful

 Hi bloggers!  A bit of a twist on a technique that I have done several times before.  I started with the New York Background cut out of black card. Next I cut the same background several more times, once out of blush card and once out of a pale mint green card.  However, I just used the fallaway pieces from those two cuts to reinsert them back into the original black die cut.  I placed a sticky adhesive sheet on the back of the black die cut so the exposed adhesive held the other colours in place nicely for me.  Since these are mostly rather large die cut areas, it was rather speedy to complete.  The twist on this one was that after all the pieces were back in place, I covered the entire front of it with another sticky adhesive sheet and burnished it down in to all the areas, peeled the backing paper off and coated it with Diamond Snow for a frosty look.  I absolutely loved the way it came out even though the soft subtle colours were very difficult to photograph cleanly.  I cut the Scandinavian tag in the pale mint green card (from my stash) and mounting over the centre of the background.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it out with the smaller oval from the Scandinavian Background die set and drew around it and cut it by hand for a larger oval in black as a mat for it.  I mounted it in the centre with foam.  I also used the background as a template to draw around to create a frame for it.  I cut the inside of the frame with a craft knife by hand and used the paper cutter to cut the outside edge of the black frame.  I mounted foam on it to raise it for dimension.  I completed the card with pierced white mat, then a thin blush and thin black mat and a final white mat layer.  Flatback pearls were added as embellishments too.  The finished dimensions are 6 3/4" x  9" in size.  All for now, Sue x



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182 comments:

Pam said...

Good morning, lovely card again today, my daily treat.
Hope everyone had a lovely day yesterday, with their mums or as mums.
Bit cold this morning, take care everyone.
Hugs as usual

carol quinn said...

wow wow wow, youv'e excelled yourself again...such a stunning card

Yvonne said...

Good morning Sue what a work of art this would look lovely framed. Yvonne xx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a lovely card,I must get my beads out again, a change from glitter lol. Take care Kitty.

June said...

Morning Sue, Pam and all Wilsonettes, another beauty Sue, those colours go so well together.

Have a great Monday everyone, stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

Jan.moogie said...

I really admire your patience Sue, mind you the end result is worth it. Stunning. xx

Rosalind McLellan said...
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Rosalind McLellan said...

Hello Sue

What a lovely card. I haven't tried this technique before but I will certainly give it a try as it is very effective.

Love
Roz.x

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue
Beautiful card as always. U never disappoint in the morning sue.
Love to all crafties xx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Wow I love your card. Great technique and fab colours. Have a lovely day. Hugs to all xxx

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
This is a lovely card, I must try this technique
Pat x

Sam Smithard said...

To Sue My Very Dear Friend
What A Truly Opulent Rich Card I Just Love It.
Sue My Friend Please Take Great Care
Love And Hugs
From Sam xxx
To All Please Take Great Care
Love And Hugs
From Sam xxx

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
Stunning card love the colours you have used thank you tracyw

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue and all. Like this technique. My son gave me your pierced square noble die for Mother's Day so will be having a go .Had a lovely day at the Harrogate craft show on Saturday. Was very impressed with Phill and all the lovely products. Just needed a bit more cash as my wish list just got bigger. JJxx

Julie Elli said...

Very lovely Sue. You always choose such unusual colour combinations and they just work. It's a gift. Thanks for sharing. Big hug
Julie E

Jacquie said...

Morning Sue,

A stunning card, love the soft colour palette you have used.

Have a great day

Love & Hugs

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

Jacquie said...

Morning Sue,

A stunning card, love the soft colour palette you have used.

Have a great day

Love & Hugs

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

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a fabulous card a lot of work but worth it
I think for this fantastic look.
Nancyd xx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card Sue, soft colour very effective.

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely card & great techniques.

Michele

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love this technique. Like a stained glass window but better! Must try this.

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
A very pretty card. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, what a great card, love this technique although have not tried it yet. Great colours too, the mint green is lovely. Have a fab day. Bx

Sandra Biggs said...

Hi Sue
Wonderful card. Loving the colours.

Linda Graham said...

I like the finished result of putting the waste pieces back in the die,very nice, thank you, Linda x

Anonymous said...

Lovely card - must try the technique.
Jan
Northampton

TDQ Karen said...

Will definitely try this technique love the finished card x

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a stunning card. Love the technique and the soft colours you have used. Must give this one a try as i havn't tried this technique even though i keep saying i will give it a try but this one is a mustand i will use the same colours. So keep your fingers crossed that mine turns out as beautiful as yours lol. Hoping everyone had a lovely day yesterday.
The rain hasn't stopped again since teatime yesterday and it's very cold so take care everyone.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Glennis said...

Brilliant idea - it looks so good!

Hazel said...

Good morning Sue, a beautiful, stunning card. Just love it? Hazel x

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue, what a wonderful design that gives lots of lovely dimension yet can remain flat enough for posting. Love all the bling! X

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous. I love what you have done I am now thinking about the dies that I have and wondering which ones would work. Have a great day. Hugs Jackie

Jane said...

Good morning Sue, what a lovely card and a brilliant idea too!!hugs Jane B.

carol edwards said...

Hi Sue and all such an unusual card with a mix of lovely colours. Lots of options to change colours x

Muriel Kelly said...

Hi Sue and all
Such a clever technique and pretty card, love it
Muriel x

hollyberry said...

Such a beautiful card,the paper piecing technique gives a lovely background.

sonja_w said...

Beautiful card, love the New York background die and the colours too x

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone.
Very pretty pastels and a super design.
Have a great day.
Ang x

Lilian said...

Hi Sue & Friends, wonderful card, just love that technique of putting the pieces back in, must have taken ages.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

Karen M said...

Hi Sue, lovely card, must try this technique it looks very affective,thank you
Karen M

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, This is an amazing card, just love the soft effect you have got. Definitely a must try.

Love Rosemarie xx

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi Sue. Hope you are having a wonderful time even though it will be ages yet before you can log in and catch up with all the comments (it will take you forever) : )
Such a beautiful way to start the week. Have tried this technique with the smaller background dies, but my fingers have not coped well with the tiny peices, so what a brilliant reason to make this die my next buy !!
Off to see my tummy consultant at 9am to see if surgery is required, but after my Sue fix for the day I can cope with whatever news he throws at me lol.
Sending love to all, and this sentiment comes back to YOU Sue and all amazing Wilsonettes.
Lancashire Steph xx

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Beautiful card with a fabulous technique that I'm going to have to try. I've done it with two colours but never with three. I love this background it is so pretty.
Hugs x
Heather T

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, yet another fantastic card. Love the colours used. I have the background die so can't wait to have a go at this one. The bling is just the icing on the cake. Lol lynne m x x x

Poochies back to their scruffy selves. Hubby did some light gardening on Thursday afternoon and poochies were only too happy to help in their own way of course. He came into the lounge looking all over the floor, I asked him what was the matter and was told that he had put some bulbs out on the patio wall ready to plant and Tilly had knocked them off the wall into the dirt but one was missing. Said that she was only trying to help plant them!!! Its different when they play him up he then had the blasted cheek to say they were my dogs and can't I control them!!! Must admit though it was said tongue in cheek ( lucky for him) . Found the last bulb down the bottom of the garden. So the antics in the garden begins.

Oodles and oodles of hugs and love to all my craft buddies here on this blog. Unable to get a pic of poochies at the moment cuz the little b's are refusing to sit still long enough for me to take a pic.

Lol lynne m & we've got dad wrapped round our little finger devious divas x x x x

Aspiring crafter said...

Beautiful card Sue , and a great technique with that gorgeous die,
XxxxRuth

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Gorgeous card, I really must have a go at this technique it gives such lovely results. Love the colours you have used.
Lydia
X

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
A beautiful card and technique.
Love the colours and fantastic design
Have a great day
Hugs
Patricia xxx

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, lovely card, love the soft colours, must try this one out! Love Jean xxx

Anonymous said...

i love this technique and have used it a few times. Lovely card.
Anne (Northampton)

Ecco of Sheffield said...

Morning Sue
What a difference a day makes (I think I've heard that comment before! lol) From not liking your colours yesterday to just absolutely loving today's. Today's gift is an absolutely wonderful stained glass window. Your colour palette is just gorgeous and this gift has just gone into my 'must do' file and I have just the lady who will really appreciate it.
Hope you're really rested now and that you have made many happy memories on your holiday.

Steph - it was lovely to see you post yesterday. Hope you're not over doing things.
Norah - Am sending special hugs to you.

Now off to get ready for my grocery delivery and then perhaps a little crafting with an 'Izzy' type bag.
To all in pain and suffering I hope your day gets better. To everyone please take care and stay safe. See you tomorrow.
Janet x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - a wonderful technique with a great twist. Such pretty colours too - love it. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Izzy said...

Hello Sue,

My favourite technique with your dies - I just love doing these jigsaw puzzles with them...pity the lights have bleached out the pastel colours but we can see enough to know that it looks even better in real life...

Izzy

karenlotty said...

This does look pretty I've still to try this technique I like the idea of different colours instead of using shades of the same tone

Cazzie D said...

Morning Sue
Love the look of todays card and the colour pallet is gorgeous.
Caz x

gwen70 said...

Beautiful card this morning Sue, lovely soft colours

Sandra said...

Good Morning Sue & Friends,
I love the hint of mint in the background of this card, subtle and very pretty at the America time, I do love the more open look of this background die, it makes it a better choice for so many different background techniques as they would show ell through the die.
Thanks for get more stunning inspiration Sue.xxxx
Steph, I hope all goes well with your appointment, you are very much missed over at the cafe ! will be thinking of you! Txxx hugs xxxx
Theresa I hope you are well too missed you too!
Sam, I hope you are on the mend sweetheart, take care of yourself please. Xx
Patwyn, I Hope you are ok too x
Love and huge hugs to everyone, I hope you are all relaxed after Mothering Sunday
Sandra xxxxx

auscrafts said...

lovely card

JosieB said...

A very pretty card again today.
Always look forward to your cards Sue,
such clever designs.
Best wishes to all,
JosieB

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
Hope the views are amazing and you are enjoying the Cruise!
Love the card today!
Take care
Love Marg

foxyg said...

Lovely card. Great technique.

Anonymous said...

Pretty gentle colours, Sue, like the technique and great to have extra texture - will try this with microbeads. You are very brave cutting the black frame freehand, would NEVER attempt this - thank heavens for rectangle dies!!

'P' in Wales

Sue Dunn said...

Good morning Sue. A lovely card with unusual colour ways. Great idea to frost them all must try this. Xx

Carol Clarke said...

Morning Sue
WOW stunning card love it
Hugs
Carol x

Chris Curry said...

I love this idea and love the idea of using different colours with it too. It could be a very masculine card in certain colours Sue. Thank you.Xx

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Such a lovely card again.
Take Care
Elaine H X

lorna said...

Hi Sue,
This is such a delicate looking card because the colours are muted, Love It!!!!
:-)
Lorna D

June Horrocks said...

Love this card sue it's beautiful thank you love to all xxxxxx June horrocks xxxxx

ellyscard creatief said...

Lovely card.

Gail said...

Good morning Sue,
What a brilliant technique, makes for a lovely card!
Gail C x

CHERYL Brown said...

What an absolutely delightful card. And the technique WOW! The colours blend in seamlessly.
Lovely to see you back on the blog Steph and I sen you hugs and good wishes that you're hospital visit will result in the way you are expecting it to.
((((Hugs)))) to all Wilsonettes and to you Sue, without your gift of sharing your talents daily with us, we would not have been able to be in touch with each other and follow each other's lives.
Cheryl xxx

patwyn said...

Beautiful card with lovely pastel colours in the background. Patience needed for this one!!

Sandra - lot of things going on with family (not all good) so I have been at a low ebb lately. Once things hopefully improve I can get back to some normality. Thank you for thinking of me. Xx

Hugs
Pat xxx

DMJ said...

Must try this when I have plenty of time!!!!
Love the soft colours,

Doreen x

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, beautiful!

Beryl Frost said...

Good morning Sue, what a lovely card from you today. Such great ideas again of how to make the most of your wonderful dies Beryl xx

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Great technique and makes a lovely card. Thanks for showing. SueL x

June Reynolds said...

Morning Sue, Love this idea, will try it with my Scandinavian background, Thanks for sharing! Junex (Cumbria)

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
This card is stunning. I love the extra bling that you've put on this card. I must give this a go. A lovely start to a Monday.

Zena McCalmont said...

Hi Sue
Wow! It's a great card and brilliant look. Your brain must never sleep as it just keeps coming up with wonderful designs and techniques.
Thanks for your hard work.
Zena x

Saba said...

Good morning Sue
Absolutely gorgeous card to start off the week. Such gentle subtle colours, they look wonderful together and I love the overlay of bling you have given them. You must have the patience of Job, putting all those pieces back, but the result is lovely. Thank you.

Steph, good luck with the consultants visit, glad to see you back.
Sam, thinking of you, healing hugs,
Patwyn, hoping things improve for you soon.
Theresa, thinking of you too.
Love and hugs
Saba xxx

Kate's Cards said...

This is a very interesting technique.

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Love the card and the technique. love Jean Z xx

Ann said...

Interesting card very clever ideas one to play at.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

fame01 said...

Hi Sue
Great card today really different,
Hugs Sarah xx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Simply stunning will definitely have to get one of your background dies and try this technique
Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

Lesley Thomas said...

You are the wonderful one, coming up with all your ideas. Today it's Jigsaws!

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

A wonderfully calming card today I think. Love how the soft colours blend. Very impressed.

Love Helen xxx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, lovely card, what a lot of patience you have, this would be too fiddley for me, but the effect is stunning. Take care everyone, Jess x

Jan Ltc said...

Fabulous card Sue xx Jan

Scottydog said...

Beautiful card using another different technique which I must try. Have thought about doing so before but it has always looked so fiddly but as you say it is probably much easier with the larger pieces.

Paula said...

That is such a lovely card Sue! I wish I knew where you got these ideas from, I'd go and get some myself! :)

Paula x

Susan White said...

Pretty card Sue, but maybe a bit too fiddly for me to contemplate replicating!!! Thanks for sharing, Susan x

Evis M said...

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

Jayne S said...

Lovely card and a great technique.

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, another very pretty card and lovely colours. Love the twist,will have to try this.
Wendyx

Anne O said...

Hi Sue
This is a beautiful card. I really enjoy placing the fall-out back into a die cut - I find it very relaxing. The finish over the top looks lovely. Best wishes, Anne O

Theresa Pace said...

it is simply beautiful. understated but elegant. love it, hugs xx

rolfi said...

Hi Sue,
a beautiful card again... I love the New York background and the pastel colour is fantastic.
Rolf x

Janet hampson said...

Hi Sue,
What a brilliant idea, must try this but maybe with a smaller die at first.
Love the card and the colour palette is gorgeous.
Love Janet x
from Wakefield

Rose in Chester said...

Wonderful, that's what you are Sue. This card is a such an elegant stunner, another beautiful creation.
I must do something along those lines.
Hugs, Rose

julie laz said...

Beautiful sue love it, crafty hugs Julie xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
This is a fabulous card. What a brilliant effect - I must try this one. Love it. Thank you.
Bye for now.
SandraP xxx

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card, love it as usual.
Hugs
CraftyJacq
Xx

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Clever technique, you must be very patient. X

jane stillman said...

What a fabulous creation. You are wonderful too, bringing us all your gorgeous creations x

Janette MacArthur said...

Good morning all, love the technique today Sue - must give this a try!
Janette x

Littlelamb said...

Wow. Lovely card. Brilliant idea although I have always been hopeless at jigsaw puzzles so not sure if I could do this. Will have to have a try.

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
Love the gorgeous subtle tones on this card. You really have got the patience of a saint looking forward to little coloured boots back in the cut out. The effect is stunning. This really is a beautiful card Sue.
Take care, love Brenda XXX

Steph, good luck with your consultants visit LOL

Mac Mable said...

Such a pretty card and loving the technique x

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. To me has a stain glass window look and is beautiful.

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Hi Sue, Another lovely card.

A new technique for me to try.

Hugs to everyone

Love Dorothy xx

CraftyJo said...

Lovely, soft colours and lots of interest.

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue, and all the ladies,
This is stunning Sue. Hope you are having a good time.
Take care ladies, and have the best day that you can.
Maureen x

DeCor said...

Another beautiful Card!! Will be trying it when I get home tonight! Thank you for so many ideas. Have a good day everyone.

Gail said...

Fab card using a fab technique - don't ho k I have the patiemce though but lovely finish xx GailT xx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue and all

Beautiful Card. It is so Rennie Macintosh, stunning. I think it would be excellent as a man's card also. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, Lovely card
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Crafty Cruiser said...

Great idea with a lovely result
Doreen

Anouk said...

love this technique

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue - now this is more like it! I love this card, it is so much more me than yesterday's offering. The colour palette is beautiful. I have been thinking (and that is as far as I have got, thinking) about doing something similar with the Quilted Blocks die but as it has finer detail I think it will take me quite a while so it will have to wait until I have finished my Easter cards.

This morning I used your idea of colouring card with Distress Inks to get the right colour green and cut out the Blossoming Branches. I cut the separate flowers from yellow card and gave them Spiced Marmalade centres. I now have two beautiful swirls of primroses or more likely polyanthus. I like them so much I am going to have to make lots more so thank you very much for the tip and for designing such a lovely die.
Frances

Anonymous said...

Lovely card.
Yvonne N.

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Lovely technique.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

Cherie said...

Hi Sue, haven't been leaving comments for a few days as life just been hectic, family stuff going on too. But always have a look at your cards every day. Must try this technique as it looks great.x

Julie Kay said...

Lovely card Sue will have to try this. A bit like doing a jigsaw i suspect. Crafty Regards Julie Kay xxx

Felicie said...

Beautiful card and Great Technique.
Greetings
Felicie

Jackie Durrant said...

Hi Sue I think that is the difference between your cards and everyone else's. You go the extra mile by putting another sticky sheet on! I must say though it was worth it. The soft colours you have chosen look so special. Love from Jackie xx

Deborah Artliff said...

Hi Sue what a stunning card I love these dies and what you have done with them
The design is wonderful.
Debs xx
{Debs Cards– my personal blog}

barbara macaskill said...

Spectacular and stunning! TFS!

Vie Carter said...

Nice card but not my style, although I appreciate the work

Vie
x

Debbie Tinks said...

Nice card Sue ... Have a nice day ...x

Karen Knight said...

Hi Sue, love this card and particular technique. It's amazing how you get such different results depending on the choice of glitter jewels. Hugs, Karen x

Jill Liddle said...

Such a simple but effective technique. It gives a lovely look to the card.

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
A really beautiful card, I'm sure very time consuming though!!
Love
Sam
xxx

Myra said...

Hi Sue,
I really love today's card and the larger cut out pieces make it not quite such a daunting task! I may give this one a try? Love the softness of the colours.
Sam - good to see your post today but so sorry you are not so well. Sending hugs!
Steph - hope all goes well today. We have missed you.
Alison - thinking of you and your family and travelling this week! Take care.
Michelle - hope the news is good! x
Patwyn - thinking of you too. Take care. x
Love to all friends on the blog!
Love Myra xxx

hotpotato said...

Love this card idea Sue, but afraid far too fiddly for me. x

Dawn Holben said...

WOW I must say the technique you
have used is so stunning, I love the subtle way the diamond snow has altered the colours.
Definitely another one to try.

Janice Robinson said...

Hi Sue
What a great effect and the finished card looks fab.

Lesley Cann said...

Am back to commenting after a holiday so a great card to come back to. Love the pastel colours.

Cathie Weary said...

Beautiful card today Sue. You have so much patience to put all those tiny pieces back into place. The colour combo is wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone,
Love this technique it makes a lovely card but I'm still weary about sticky sheets and gilding flakes and me have a love/hate relationship lol Love to make some but as I'm now crafting in the kitchen they do end up in the dinner. I know they are safe,Julia told me so, but it looks a bit funny so that have to wait until I can get my own proper crafting place. Hope you are having a lovely brake !

Lynne M- so glad you back and telling us what Tilly and Cully are up to tihi they seem to have fun helping out in the garden! Big hug to them both.

To everyone who are poorly/in pain or in hospital or waiting for results. I will be thinking of you and sending hugs !
To our missing friends,do come back soon.
Take care and Warm hugs to all on this blog Maria x

Annie Pennington said...

Love the soft colours on this card Sue. The close up shots give just a hint of the sparkle. Bet it's stunning in real life. x Annie P

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Very pretty, and the colours are unusual.

Diane said...

Hi Sue. Oh my goodness you must have a lot of patience! I would sneeze at the wrong moment knowing my luck and lose an important bit! The end result is ver effective though and I love the sparkle on top. This looks like one to try one day! Hope your holiday is going well. Love Diane G xxx

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

I love it, love playing jigsaws and your dies lend themselves much better to the techniques than some of the others I've used over the years!

Fingers crossed for positive news Steph, hugs xxx

Patwyn, hoping for better times ahead for you, hugs and support from afar xxx

Lynne and Divas, most of the photos I have of Billy are of him asleep- usual in some sort of impossible contortion! Guaranteed stillness. Gave up long ago on having a nice garden, Billy is a digger! Billy sends wags and woofs to the Divas, I sent hugs to all of you xxx

Alison, hoping for better times ahead for your family, hugs xxx

Norah, missed you, are you ok? Hugs xxx

Theresa TOB, hope you're ok, hugs xxx

To anyone else having a tough time, whatever the reason is. Sending you hugs, support and a wish for better times ahead. xxx

No news today, tired body so getting a few emails done that need sorting and getting myself prepared by copying letters etc ready to see the doctor first thing tomorrow. If I'm still awake come the evening it'll be sofa crafts for me!

Have a pleasant, crafty evening.

T x

nannapat said...

I can just imagine how this card shimmers, it's absolutely stunning. Pat x

pinky said...

This is so creative and well thought out!

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Love this one and its soft colours. Have been using the adhesive sheets and think they are give a great effect. Teamed with the dies in this card creates a beautiful effect.

Suzzette Yandle said...

Lovely card with all those multi-layers. Sue you are a master of "layers". I see I have not been thinking enough in the layering technique. I think "more" is better!

Anonymous said...

..and you are wonderful too Sue and so is the card today, such a lovely effect, looking so much like a stained glass window. I must give the technique a try.

Craftihappiness to all and lots of love from Macky.

craftynanna said...

Beautiful card Sue the colours and tecnique are brilliant, Johanna

Haze T said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card & like the frosted background technique you have used which makes it look very soft & subtle with the colours coming through.
Your New York Die collection is one of my favourites...

Crafty Hugs
Haze T xx

scrAPpamondo said...

Stunning card, it make me think to the cathedral windows! So lovely!

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Stunning Card Sue!

The technique you've used to get the result is fab and I love the soft colours.

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Brooke Bont said...

I love this card done with the three colors it would look good also done with christmas colors.

Denise Hancock said...

Hi Sue great card
Denise X

hazel young said...

Lovely card Sue xx hazel

Laura O' Connor said...

fab card ,this technique works so well with this die ,Laura O

liz spooner said...

Very pretty card Sue.xx

Lesley Griffiths said...

What a brilliant card, such a lovely effect.
Happy Days,
Lesley

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Very art deco

Lynda's craft's said...

Good evening & Wilsonettes
Gorgeous card love the background die,the technequis lovely must try.love the colours too.
Love Lynda Brock xx

Alison D said...

Hi Sue, beautiful card today. Love the soft colours you've chosen, they suit the style of the card well. Love and hugs,
Alison D x

Maggie C said...

Thank you. But you're wonderful and it's such a pretty card. Love it. xx Maggie (better without a bow)

SHARICA said...

Lovely cols :)

Shirley T. said...

Hi Sue,

Lovely card, thank you.

Much love,

Shirley T. xxx

Mrs B said...

Hi sue, What a beautiful card, I love the soft colours and the great technique. Sending my daily hugs to everyone. Take care x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What a stunning card. Thank you for sharing.
Veronique L

Eunice said...

Interesting use of the glitter.

Tres said...

Hi Sue. A beautiful card !! I love doing your "inlaid technique". It is quite time consuming but so therapeutic and relaxing. This card looks great but I think personally the only thing I would do differently is miss out the second adhesive sheet and the Diamond glitter over the top as my preference would be to see the colours in their full beauty. I love the center dies and sentiment, really lovely to !! Thanks for sharing this wonderful card today. Lots of love and hugs to you Sue love from Tres x x x

Lots of love and hugs to Shelia and Nicki. Thinking of you both. Best Wishes love from Tres x x x

Lots of love and hugs to all Wilsonettes today from Tres x x x

Linda28 said...

Hi All, late today! Work related again, but never mind, what a treat when I finally got to see your offering today. It's beautiful, the colours so subtle and love the idea of the extra sticky sheet. Thanks Sue, just need to find the time to get into my craft room now. hugs to all, Linda

Theresa said...

Hi Sue and everyone
Another stunner my friend I'm not surprised
I don't think I would have the patience to replace the waste cuts back into the original but I love the effect you get doing it
Hope everyone is well
You all take care
Theresa x

Tina Eldridge said...

Oh Sue, I'm so sorry I have enjoyed having my boy back for a few days and although I looked at your card early today I feel really bad I haven't managed to send a message until now. Yet another beautiful card and another fantastic technique.

Kind regards to all :-)

Tina XX

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
WHAT A SPARKLER LOVE IT
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
WHAT A SPARKLER LOVE IT
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX

Darlene4527 said...

This is such a pretty technique!

Sandy H said...

Fabulous technique. Love the gentle colours and the frosty effect.
I may be tempting fate but the captcha thing has realised I'm not a robot three days in a row!!!

Di said...

hI Sue,
Love the card and the technique, must remember it to try, I also love the frosty effect on the black.
Di B x

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Love this "jigsaw" technique, and how the colours have been muted with the sparkles. Sue xxx

Rosie said...

Gorgeous card, Sue and some wonderful ideas too.....xxx

IVY Cheong said...

Love love love this card and you're so talented.

Hugs, a Ivy L xx

heather harrison said...

Really beautiful card. Love it. Hugs Heather x

hazel said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card.
Take care
Hazel G XX

gailgale said...

This blue card is so stunning!!!

Sue, How do you mail your big beautiful cards????