Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Striped Background


Hello crafters!  We are working with the Striped Weaving die in today's video offering, but you don't always need to weave a background to use it.  Here is another lovely look that can be achieved with this versatile die.

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The finished dimensions are 6 1/2" x  8" in size.  All for now, Sue x





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159 comments:

Pam said...

Beautiful card Sue, as always a delight to view. So elegant.
Have a good day everyone.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. What an interesting die. Many uses. Great!

marg said...

Hello Sue
Up early today can't sleep with painful fingers!
Love the Noble Dies and can't get enough of them!
Thats clever use of the stripe Dies too!
Lovely elegant card!
Take care
Love Marg

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
A very elegant card just beautiful & the striplet dies are so versatile. Yvonne xx

Jan.moogie said...

Now this looks interesting Sue, looking forward to watching the video after work. Gorgeous looking card. Have a great day. Hugs xxx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A lovely card suitable for any occasion.
Great video too, Thank you. Take care Kitty.

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great background Sue.

Anonymous said...

Good morning Sue and all. Love the noble dies . Look forward to watching video. JJxx

hollyberry said...

Beautiful card that is stunning and simple at the same time.

tracy w said...

Hello sue
Another stunning card and great video always love watching you craft thank you tracyw

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
FABULOUS CARD AND I WAS HEADING IN THE SAME DIRECTION AS YOU WITH THE STRIPED WEAVING DIE. I HAVE USED IT AS A STENCIL FOR JAIL BARS ON A CARD (FATHERS DAY CARD WITH DAD BEHIND BARS), AND HAD USED STICKY BACK FOAM TO MAKE A STAMP WITH IT. BUT DIDNT THINK OF THE ICED SNOW. I SURE WILL BE TRYING IT. IT LOOKS SO GOOD WITH NOT A BOW OR FLOWER IN SIGHT. GREAT JOB.
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXX
PS ANOTHER FAB TOP YOUR WEARING IN THE VIDEO

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card off to check video as I will be trying this one.
June hope your computer is behaving better today missed your smiling face yesterday.
Nancyd xx

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
This is a different idea, I don't know how you come up with such different ideas, thank you
Pat x

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a beautiful card. The noble die's are fantastic for making framed card's which i love doing since i got the noble die collection's. The weaving die's are on my wish list but it just seem's to be getting BIGGER which is going to happen again when your new festive collection come's out next month LOL but it give's us crafter's something to look forward to and to aim on owning them all. Thank you for another great video.
Take care everyone and hope you are getting better weather than we are in Co/Durham. Dark,cold and raining.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Jan on the Fosse said...


Hi Sue
Thinking good idea for iced snow background for Christmas cards.
Jan

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful card, love the way you've used the weaving die for the background. Sue xxx

Sandra Biggs said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. I love these dies.

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
A very pretty card. Love the use of the weaving die and the bling! Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

Hazel said...

Good morning Sue. A beautiful card, showing just how versatile your dis are. Hazel x

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely card & fantastic use of the weaving dies, such a different background.

Michele

Julie Elli said...

Good morning everyone.
I remember this one. I thought it was so different. The bling really works and the frame is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.
Big hug
Julie E

Linda28 said...

Morning Sue, A very pretty card today. Clever idea to use the weaving die this way and love how you have used the iced snow. Linda.

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Beautiful card love the weaving dies . love Jean Z xx

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, beautiful card, love how you have used the weaving die on this one. Love Jean xxx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. Another great video tutorial, thank you for showing us an alternative way to use the striped weaving die. I can see this would be a good idea for those difficult male cards. Love the added bling!x

ecco of sheffield said...

Morning Sue
So simple; so less is more and so so beautiful.
That's today's gift and I can already see so many versions
for so many occasions with just some tiny finishing touches.
Your colour palette just enhances all your dies and just makes this gift
a delight to receive.

It's a full on crafting day for me YEHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH.

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

MRS DUCK said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Certainly another effective use of the weaving dies. Will have to watch the video after work but the card looks terrific.
Have a great day.
Ang x

Breezes said...

Lovely use of the weaving dies and the card is really striking in it's simplicity !

Hugs,
Rose
xx

Deborah Artliff said...

Morning Sue what a classy card I love the colour.
And your design is wonderful. I have these dies
So I will be having ago at this one.
Off to watch the video now Have a nice day.

Debs A xxx
{Debs Cards}

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Such a pretty use of the weaving dies, I've done similar but I cut the glitter card into stripes but your way is so much easier. It's killing me not being able to craft hopefully it won't be much longer. Today's card is beautiful in its simplicity I absolutely love it.
Hugs x
Heather T

carol quinn said...

Really elegant card today!
Love it

SueJ said...

Gorgeous card Sue, very elegant. Enjoyed the video, thank you.

C A W said...

For me the Noble frame can't fail. Love the iced snow on the horizontal weave. Nothing I don't like about it. Thanks

crossstitchmarg said...

Hi Sue,
Another beautiful card today.

Wonderful
Maggie

Rachel Macfarlane said...

Love it .....!
Rach :)

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
Love today's card everything is beautiful
This one shows just how versatile all your Dies are.
Thank you for the inspiration.
As always off to watch and learn.
Have a great day
Hugs
Patricia xxx

Jane said...

Good morning Sue, As always a beautiful card today.Take care Jane B.

Anne said...

Good morning, Sue. This is a stunning card.
Have booked in for one of your Christmas demos and am really looking forward to it.

Anne (Northampton)

ellyscard creatief said...

Beautiful card.

heather harrison said...

Morning Sue. Another beautiful card. It's very elegant. Looking forward to watching the video. Thank you. Hugs Heather.x

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, love this use of the weaving die, and together with my favourite Noble die it is a winner.

Love Rosemarie xx

karenlotty said...

The Noble dies are a firm favourite of mine Will have to watch video later

Lynne Mills said...

Hi Sue, lovely blingy card. Love the weaving dies. Lol lynne m x x x x

iReneM said...

Beautiful, such an elegant card

x

Gail said...

Good morning Sue,
Love this very elegant card, could be used for many occasions!
Gail C x

hazel young said...

lovely card xx hazel

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Another stunning card - love it. Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

auscrafts said...

Beautiful card.

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

What a clever idea!...just goes to show that the weaving dies don't have to be used just for woven effects and that debossed Noble die makes a perfect frame for this design

Izzy

Elizabeth Beal said...

Good morning Sue & to all the lovely Wilsonettes

Firstly I would like to say what a fabulous idea to use the weaving dies as strips Sue & as always the Noble die sets the card of beautifully, I look at this gorgeous card & imagine it with floral & frond elements but for a guy it is perfect as it is.

I was up at 5am this morning so have taken advantage of this time to read through the comments from the last couple of days....I think everything caught up on me yesterday, what with Lauren & heatstroke leaving me feeling fatigued, I only work part time with kiddies but I took the day off to completely stay out of the sun (yes we did have some strong sunshine along with the rain) & try to recuperate...all through the day I dozed on & off & must say, rather ashamedly, that I did absolutely nothing except care for my gorgeous doggies needs. Then I crept off to bed early & slept some more...what a lazy mare...lol...I’m not used to it.

Anyways lovely Wilsonettes when reading back over the comments I was so sincerely moved by the lovely messages from you..Sam S; Karen M; Patwyn; Sandra; ‘P’ in Wales; Alimecca; Theresa; Heather T; Lorraine E; Meg; Cheryl B; Maureen K; Fluffy Cat; Lynda’s Craft’s; Magpie; Barbara; Maria A; Wheely Bad & Deb Curtis x x x (hope I haven’t missed anyone out x x x)

You all deserve an extra special mention & of course there are hugs & kisses winging their way to you from Lauren, with special Paw Hugs & kisses to Billy x x x. I passed all your hugs etc onto to Lauren & I must have had a thousand kisses in return... I have passed them on but I’ll keep a few for myself if that’s okay...lol...

Ps Hannah, her companion, got in the act naturally & passed on a few kisses aswel...

I was very, very moved and emotionally touched (yes you guessed it many a tear rolled down along the way of reading) by all your very kind thoughts & beautiful kind words, I wish I had seen them all on Sunday & thanked you yesterday so please do not think me rude...

I will keep you posted about Lauren, but at the moment the vet recommended Denamarin (& to buy it cheaper online) which won’t cure her condition but it will help as she also has arthritis in her back legs & has the occasional 3 day course of Onsior when she is suffering more due to changes in weather.

Thank you again lovely ladies (((((hugs))))) to you & especially to those who need an extra hug or two...(((((coming your way))))) & not forgetting your beautiful pets (((((hugs))))) Love Beth B x x x

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, I too think this card is a winner!!! It's so elegant!!! Wow!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Another lovely card and a new way to use it. I'll be watching the video when I come home from school today.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this is a very elegant card with lovely clean lines, using your beautiful dies. Great for men's cards too. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Jacquie said...

Beautiful, simple yet elegant card Sue. Great use of the die.

Love & Hugs

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

June Reynolds said...

Morning Sue, Another great way to use the weaving dies, lovely card thanks for sharing!
love Junex (Cumbria)

HeatherT said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely card and the background is beautiful. Thanks,
Heather Treble

gwen70 said...

Wonderful use of the weaving die, gorgeous card

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. What a lovely card you have for us today. I love the way you have used the woven lines in the background. A great card for the men too, that is always a bonus : ) Sending my daily hugs to everyone. Take care xx

lorna said...

Hi Sue,
Very sweet indeed, love the bling.
Lorna D

Anonymous said...

Dear Sue
What a wonderful card, I would never have known that the die can be used in this way....I love it! I have managed to book on one of your demos so cannot wait for next Thursday. Take Care Love Michelle S xxx

June Smith said...

Morning sue and all wilsonettes, gorgeous card, I love the weaving dies.

enjoy Tuesday everyone, stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, june smith xxx

Kate's Cards said...

Beautiful.

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card. Love these dies. The sparkle in the background is great. Will have to try something like this . Thanks!! For the inspiration you give us every day.
Hugs
CraftyJacq
xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, This card is gorgeous, the video is fabulous, and I'm loving how you have added the glitter with the weaving die-cuts, so effective.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

barbiepinkfairy said...

Love this one. Very effective

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi Sue. Lovely helpful video as usual followed by another beautiful card.
Hope all is well.
Lancashire Steph xx

Nannieflash said...

Morning Sue, beautiful morning here in Gloucestershire and hopefully it will stay that way. Love the card those stripes look gorgeous and its a simple design but with a stunning result. hugs Shirleyxxxxx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Very elegant and soarkly

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Gorgeous card so pretty I got the Noble die with the beautiful pierced edges so now I need the Classic Adorned Rectangle it is so lovely.

Thankyou for the Video it is excellent you are such a good Teacher.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Chris Curry said...

Good card Sue, the background could be good for a mans card too. Thank you.Xx

Rosemary Stickland said...

Good morning Sue, like the background effect on today's card ... such a useful die.
Rosemary xx

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, a great video and a really lovely classy card. So many uses for the Weaving dies are moving closer to the top of my wish list.
Wendyx

Anonymous said...

Lovely elegant card today, Sue, very clever use of the weaving die for the background and - of course - just adore the Noble frame. Great video - thank you. Nice top, too!

'P' in Wales

nattyboots said...

Lovely card Sue.
Elaine H X

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
What a pretty simple card, very clever use of the weaving die.
Must get some iced snow, it's so lovely and sparkly. x

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
A very elegant card, showing off your dies. Gorgeous. Will watch the video later.
Lydia
X

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Great use of the waeaving dies. Lovely card.
Anne M xx

June Horrocks said...

A lovrly card sue a lovely way to us the dies thank you love June horrocks xxxx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, lovely card, the colours are super
what a different way of using the weaving dies, off to watch the video ad learn,
take care, Jess x

ros hodgkins said...

Good morning Sue, I really like this very pretty glitter card, with a change of sentiment it can be used for any occasion. I gave this noble die and I love it, one of my most favourite dies to date. X Ros

doreenmj said...



A design with loads of uses!!!!




Doreen x

Janette MacArthur said...

Good morning Sue, definitely a WINNER today! Love it!
Janette x

Paula said...

A lovely card Sue, and I'm off to make a cuppa so I can sit and watch the video in comfort!! :)
Paula x
(WelshPaula)

Crafty Cruiser said...

Very effective and elegant
Doreen R

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
completely different look to yesterday's card but every bit as beautiful. A winner in every sense, for both sexes. And for the males I would use microbeads instead of glitter (glitter definitely reserved for the "sisters").
At first glance the weaving dies are a bit nondescript but their versatility is huge.

And the Nobles, as I keep saying, are stunners.
Hugs, Rose

julie laz said...

Hi sue, What a beautiful card today, thanks for sharing crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

fame01 said...

Hi sue
What a very striking card love the background
thanks for showing us
Hugs sarah xxxx

Beryl Treble said...

Stunning Sue. Love the background. Enjoyed watching the video.

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all

Beautiful card and the Noble dies are now on the top of my list, I have resisted but they are now must haves. Would never have thought there were so many uses for the weaving dies, like Rose I didn't think too much of them at the start but am coming to think I need them more every time you show us more of their versatility.

Muriel x

Val W. said...

Hi Sue,beautiful card again today, weaving dies are on my wish list, I already have the Noble dies!(love them)x

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. A lovely use of your weaving die for the background and I love the sparkles. Thanks for the video.

Thesis writing service said...

Incredible work. Marvelous card. I like it

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue

Love the different creation today.

Best Wishes

Julie Bee

Sandra said...

Hi Sue & friends,
A lovely sophisticated look today, just enough sparkle to remain elegant and mixed with the grey/silver it just looks stunning!
Your endless creativity blows me away Sue, I have been lucky enough to be inspired by you everyday for about five years!
I have also made some incredibly amazing friends, thank you Sue.
Sending live & hugs to everyone,
Sandra xxxxx

Evis M said...

Hi Sue.
A really pretty and elegant card.
I have the weaving dies but just can't get the hang of them.
I might give it another go after watching your video.
Regards,
Evis M.

Joan from Newcastle said...

Hi Sue

Lovely card again today. I am going to take some inspiration from this card to try to make a similar card.

Regards
Joan

Margaret corgi owner said...

Good morning Sue and all who look in
Well this is so lovely, I do love all the different textures.
Hugs
Margaret corgi owner

Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good morning Sue,

What a great card to choose for a demo, I will really enjoy watching this gem later. On first inspection, from a distance, this card looks quite simple and straightforward. However, this is so far from the truth, it is simply sensational and I can only imagine how spectacular it must be in real life . I am quietly desperate to own the weaving dies to make a crude attempt at something similar to your stunning masterpieces-I am hoping that they may be part of your next shows on C and C which I hope are coming soon, it seems like ages since our last Suefest!
No proper crafting for me today, I have what I call my monthly MoT at my GP surgery-apart from my usual seizures I seem to be pretty stable at the moment so hopefully I will scrape a pass this time. I'll try and squeeze in a little cross stitching later though- I am attempting one of my two departed pussies Gizmo and Dante for my Mums birthday but it is colossal and I am fast running out of time, it has 47 different threads and is my most intricate creation to date but hey, I love a challenge!
Sending love and hugs to all the marvellous Wilsonettes, particularly those who are needing special mentionxxxxxx

Love and crafty hugs,

Laine1972xxxxxx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue, and all the ladies,
This card is so beautiful and elegant, but what can you expect when using the Noble dies? It would also make a good man's card without the glitter!!!
Beth, glad to see you are on the mend and that Lauren is being well cared for.
Mrs B, hope you are feeling better today.
Lorraine, good luck with the x stitch.
I hope everyone has as good a day as they can.
Love Maureen xx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, it looks so elegant!!
Love
Sam
xxxx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue and all.

Another easy simple card but so pretty. Such lovely dies and great colour. Again I'm thinking with a little modification it will make a great male card. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes.

Meg said...

Very nice card Sue. So different from yesterdays frills but just as lovely.

Hugs to Cully, Lauren and Hannah xxx.
Had to take my little poodle to vet yesterday as he's developed a limp - not sure why but got medicine to take. Monty is 10 years old this week so a bit of arthritis in't out of the question. Anyway rest and recuperation is the order of the day - I might try it too!!!

Hope all our poorly pals are feeling a little better day by day..
Love and hugs
Meg
xxx

Vie Carter said...

Very elegant and a handy die to have

Vie
x

Jackie Trinder said...

Good afternoon Sue I really enjoyed today's video it has given me lots of ideas. The card is stunning. I think the dies are going on my ever expanding wish list. Enjoy the rest of the day. Hugs Jackie

Mary Lynn Cox said...

I think this could be a gent's card with just a color change. It is lovely as is too

Mary Lynn Cox said...

I think this could be a gent's card with just a color change. It is lovely as is too

terrie said...

Beautiful card and a great video....
Well done Sue

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue.
Stunning card x

IVY Cheong said...

Lovely card, just came back from work, going to make a coffee and sit down to watch the video. Love, Ivy xx

Cathie Weary said...

Good morning Sue, another outstanding card today. Great way to use the weaving die with the glitter. When I first saw these dies, I wasn't so sure of them but of course bought them anyways and am so glad I did. They are so versatile and so many ways to use them. Thanks for sharing yet another idea for us. Have a great day.

ursula said...

I am so pleased I have bought these weaving dies, you have given us such lovely ideas on how to use them and this one is no exception...A really lovely card Sue, thank you very much....luv Ursula xx

Maureen Wilkinson said...

Thank you Sue another idea on using the noble dies which I love.x

hettygarlick said...

A lovely card and something a bit different. All the dies are so versatile aren't they?

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, will catch up on the videos when I get home from holiday

Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

Berina RGA said...

beautiful card!! very very elegant!! love it!!

Maria Alder said...

Afternoon Sue and everyone.
Thank you for the fabulous video Sue
and the Beautiful card. As always you
have managed to make something stunning!

I'm sending well wishes to all our
poorly pets and hope they are feeling
better soon. Same to all Wilsonette's
who are not feeling to good at the moment,
I wish you better soon too!

Sending cuddles too to all our little
ones :-) sure some starting to get
bigger now like Skylar,Leo and Cole,

Pat- how is Robbie doing ?

To all wilsonette's, Norah,Sam,Lynda,Sheila,Karen,
Janice,Hazel,Janet,YL.June,Wheelybad,ToB,Sandra,Pat
,Mrs B &Mum,Myra,Saba,Maureen,Jess,Lynne M,Jean,
Alison,Cheryl,Patricia,Brenda,Littlelamb,
Craftynanna,Michele,Margaret,Diane,Jacquie,
and our lovely Sue Have a nice afternoon,

Hugs Maria x

Tress said...

The weaving dies used in the normal way produce some wonderful cards. Seeing your alternative use has now got me thinking about Christmas stripes so thank you for another great idea. The Nobel dies are now top of my birthday present wish list along with the weaving dies. And then there are the new ones on the way. Decisions, decisions, decisions.

barbara macaskill said...

I really love how this card came out!! The striping is eye catching and I really need these dies now!! TFS!

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue

A very elegant card today. The video is great too.

Love Helen xxx

Myra said...

Hi Sue,
I watched the video first today! The Noble Dies are just beautiful and make gorgeous frames! I love the soft colour palette and the simply elegant sentiment! Really like this one too.
Well, today we have sunshine! What a difference it makes. It cheers everyone no everything up! Do hope it lasts for a little while.
Janet - thank you for wafting the sunshine our way! Xx
Saba - enjoy your day at anchor! Relax ! Xx
Sending hugs to all who are unwell or lonely or sad , or indeed a combination of the above! Xx
Love to you Sue, take care!
Myra xxx

Norah McPhee said...

Good afternoon Sue and the Wilsonettes,
I like how you have a glitter strip running through between the normal strips making it look more like a background paper than it being a die cut. This a lovely "simple" looking card that has pizzazz without it being right in your face so brilliant for our quieter flowers that are not big on the see me look or even to give to the hard to please ones that satisfies our urges for prettiness but their no fluff look. Thank you Sue for a great card that could be for some of the men that i have to make cards for to thank them for all they have done for Rory. I am trying to make cards that correspond with either the classes that the teachers teach or activities that they do with the children, but some are just impossible to coordinate with anything so this will make a lovely card for the ones that i am just brain dead thinking about.
It's been a lovely day here at the Ochil's with a beautiful colour of blue adorning our skyline so i hope that where ever you are today you are having a lovely day even if the weather is not behaving itself. I am back to trying to make these male cards so i will wish you all well and leave you with crafty hugs to keep you company.
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

KVencel said...

Great way to get more mileage from the dies. Thanks for some really wonderful ideas, Sue! This is such an elegant card design.

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, such a striking card, with great ideas to use the dies differently. Bx

craftyanna said...

Hi Sue, such a beautiful stunning card and i have both stripped dies but no noble die, i am in Ireland at the moment but i will definately be ordering it next week when i get back home, it is so versatile and can be used loads of times, I hope everyone is keeping well and enjoying a little spot of sunshine wherever they are. hugs to all, Johanna

Deb Curtis said...

Hello Sue and lovely Wilsonettes
The sun is finally shining here, hooray. Will watch the video as a treat after doing some jobs, what better way to relax! This is deceptively simple looking but stunning and would make a great guys card. Love the stripes alternating from pierced to glitter, what a great idea. I'm building a long list of dies to give out for my birthday-with-a-nought-on-it-wish-list later in the year. Nobles are high up in the ranking.
Sending Cully, Lauren and Monty poochy woofs and hugs from Suzie (my little JRT)and love and blessings to all xx
Deb C xx

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card and great use of the weaving die. Personally, I haven't got any of today's dies but I can still look and admire.
Beth hope you're feeling better and pleased to hear that Lauren is a bit better too. When our border collie had arthritis we used to give her chondroitin - once sent for some proper doggie stuff which was so expensive, but then someone told us to give her the human stuff - far cheaper and it really worked for her. What with that and the smoked salmon she got every day she did really well. When I had to have her put down ( at age 24!) the vet came to the house and said " What a beautiful coat she has!" She nearly choked when I told her it was the smoked salmon!!. Well the bathroom has been started today but unfortunately the Plummer can't come now until Friday, so have to use downstairs loo. At least he left us with the bath and shower so we can get washed! Sick of the mess already and the poor cat is having a nervous breakdown I think!
Finally have some sun this afternoon - what a difference it makes - just hope it stays for a while.
Love and hugs to all, Alison xxxx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a most attractive card and the de-bossed die in silver is gorgeous. Using the weaving day in this way is inspired. Today's video kept pixelating for me but luckily not in the important places.

Extra pats and cuddles for all our poorly pets especially Cully, Lauren & now Monty. My cats would send meows and purrs but they are too self-centred to think mere dogs would appreciate them properly lol :D

Frances

Brooke Bont said...

love the card details

Karen Drew said...

Absolutely stunning. Another fab way to use the dies
Luv
karen xx

liz spooner said...

Very pretty card Sue with beautiful colours.xx

Scottydog said...

Yet another different use of your dies, Sue. Very elegant card suitable for male or female.

Barbara said...

Beautiful card and gorgeous colours. I have the weaving dies but haven't really used them yet. This card has given me the inspiration to have a go with them.

BETH glad you are feeling a bit better and Lauren is okay, hopefully they can keep her condition under control and let her lead a normal life. Spoil her rotten!!!

Janet hampson said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card today....have got the noble dies they make fantastic frames, so far I have resisted buying the weaving dies, but the more I see them demonstrated, the more I think I need them!
Love Janet x
from Wakefield

gailgale said...

Hi Sue,
This card is beautiful, as usual!!!!

Laura O said...

fantastic card ,Laura O

Lesley Cann said...

Great use of the weaving dies I have them but have not used them much this card will inspire me.

TDQ Karen said...

Beautiful background and lovely card

magpie said...

Hellooooooo Sue and the Wilsonettes! Oh faddy mandazy Sue! This is beautiful. Great video (as always) x Love how you have used the weaving dies and covered it in Iced Snow (my favourite in the sparkle range!) The Noble dies are a card in itself and I love the Greek ones too......! "Thank you so much Sue" for your inspiration and videos which are the icing on the cake....as well as your gorgeous dies....xx Sending love and hugs to you Sue, your mom and to your family. I hope the medication Onsimor and the Denamarin will give a bit of comfort to Hannah, Beth. Thinking of you and sending love and hugs to you, Lauren and Hanna. Thank you for the lovely girly kisses xx Sending love and hugs to all of our Wilsonettes who are in need too xx Take care everyone xx Love Karen xx ps sue, I'm loving the gorgeous tops that you wear. What a gorgeous style and lovely colours! xx :)

melody said...

Hi Sue, another lovely card, the weaving die seems to have a lot of uses an I love the noble dies I have all of them now an there all fantastic. Take Care Melody xxxXxxx

melody said...

Oh an thank you for sharing with the wonderful video xxx

Littlelamb said...

Lovely card today Sue and thank you for the video. Would make a good male card in different colours.

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
I am very late posting today but just a short note to say how elegant your card is today. Very pretty colours and with a lovely sparkle!
I do not have any of these dies but they are on the List!!
Lesley S x

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue, lovely card, love the sparkle, it's all very classy looking, LOVE IT.
I have been playing - Oops using my weaving dies this week, I must try this design out. It could be adapted very easily for C.......S (can't bring myself to use the word yet! )
Sending love and Hugs, Brenda xxx

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Another stunning card, love your technique and the colour.
Di B.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Definitely a winner. I love the way you have used the weaving die.
Thank you for the demo.
Veronique L

Tina Eldridge said...

Hi Sue

Beautiful card today and the video is so beautifully filmed, love it.

Big Hugs to all :-)

Tina XX

Shirley T. said...

Hi Sue,

Pretty card.

Much love,

Shirley T.

Lynda's craft's said...

Hi Sue so late Internet trouble
I love this card & will try it as have the dies I love them.
Love & Hugs Lynda Brock xx

Love & Hugs to all friends xxxx

Eunice said...

A very spectacular card Sue! When you say to emboss the card then cut it doesn't the embossing get flattened or do the cutting dies hold the rollers away enough??

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

What a brilliant idea, I've lost count of all the ideas you had for this die (and good idea of prison bars from one of the Wilsonettes too!). A simple looking (I say looking as simple cards can take a lot of effort too) card that's very pretty.

Late today, AWOL yesterday... I will try to be better with my time! Periods of being active requires rest after and I just run out of day- Had to check in before bed though x

Beth I hope Lauren is ok. Billy is happy to give and take as many cuddles, kisses and waggy tails as he can with either doggy or person. He is very cuddly for a big dog though at the minute he's on his bed, which he dragged across the room to be close to me- or to block me from leaving the room as he does this every night after his bedtime wander around the garden. We both hope Cully is ok Lynne, sending wags, woofs and paw hugs to her and to Megs Monty (I have a soft spot for poodles). Frances, I laughed a lot at your comment about the cats, I do agree with the saying "cats have staff" as they often have that air of being the superior race in the room! I noticed how much cheaper it is to get pet medicines online, even with a prescription charge. We saved nearly £40 on the cost of 6 months supply of Billys anti flea/tick/ lungworm treatment buying online as opposed to getting it from the vet! We hope all the furry friends are doing well x

Time for sleeps, hope everyone has some sunshine tomorrow (the east was hidden under a blanket of cloud today), hugs to you all with lots extra on the bench if they're needed.

T x

SHARICA said...

Love this card .. xx

Diane said...

Hi Sue
Pretty card today, the Nobel dies are on my wish list.
Thank you for sharing
Love Diane G xxx

Sandy H said...

Lovely design. Computer playing up so I can't see the video. Have to try again tomorrow.

Yvonne G said...

Hi Sue
I love the way you've used the weaving dies for 'not weaving', lol!!
This card is absolutely gorgeous. Once again you show us how versatile your dies are. You are brilliant.
My body clock is really not behaving hence the time of this comment. If I wait a little while I'll be early for Wednesday's card. {From one extreme to another}!
Sending love to everyone and hugs to everyone who is not in fine fettle or feeling under the weather.
Crafty hugs
Yvonne
x

rolfi said...

Hello Sue,
it´s a very fine card you made.
The glitter looks fantastic.
Rolf xxx

Anonymous said...

theresa says
Hi sue and wilsonettes x
Love the idea with the weaving die it has a fantastic effect x you are so clever sue x
Theresa w xxx

Suzzette Yandle said...

Great idea using this weaving die like you did on this card. Looks great. Thank you for the fantastic video.

America said...

Hi Sue. I love the silver embossing in this cut! What a fantastic idea to use the weaving die behind the front sentiment panel too. Love the sparkle addition. Gorgeous look!

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