Saturday, 15 August 2015

Christmas Joy Wreath

Hello my crafty friends!  The last one for today is the Joy Wreath die set.  This is unique in that you have the letters separate and the wreath has been done in two pieces so you can have a solid wreath and an outline wreath to use.  The letters can be used horizontally, vertically or even diagonally, your choice for your projects, making it very versatile.  If you would like to win this one, you know the drill, leave a comment.  Please only one comment per die, but feel free to comment on all of the different dies to be entered into as many drawings as possible.  The fun will begin at 6am tomorrow morning for the final day of the launch.  Hope to see you there!  All for now, Sue x
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Rachel Macfarlane said...

Sue your the "Joy" cracking dies.....lovely card
Luv Rach :)

Yvonne H said...

Good afternoon Sue,
How joyous to have a beautiful Joy die with a wreath as the O. So its double usage for us. Thank you Sue. Yvonne xx

Crafty Cruiser said...

This is a really striking card made from this lovely die set.
Doreen R

Izzy said...

Another fun set giving lots of playtime arranging the letters and wreath on a card...would love to win this one...


Karen m said...

Hi Sue
A stunning card,and a very useful die
Thank you
Karen M

sandy acland said...

This die is so useful, as you have many ways of using it. I love it.
Its a pity designers or companies dont do the same with smallish Merry Christmas or the like, so you can use vertically and horizontally.

Sandy (tort)

sandy acland said...

This die is so useful, as you have many ways of using it. I love it.
Its a pity designers or companies dont do the same with smallish Merry Christmas or the like, so you can use vertically and horizontally.

Sandy (tort)

nancyd said...

Hi Sue, a fantastic versatile die a great idea with the wreath.
Nancyd xx

Rainey's Craft Room said...

Such a wonderful die to create numerous styled cards, love this rich chocolate brown and red combo.
Lorraine from Norwich

June said...

Yes please Sue, would love to win this one, I love the wreath effect of the 'O', ingenious.

Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs June Smith xxx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Good Afternoon Sue

This sets the mind thinking of all the different ways you can use this set of dies.
What a great JOY to have these dies.Stunning card.


Cathie Weary said...

Hi Sue, great die and love the wreath as the "O" in Joy. Very versatile. Looking forward to seeing what you have in store for us tomorrow. My list is growing with each post.

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, Gorgeous!! I'm loving the separate lettering mixed with the O wreath, it looks gorgeous.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card that reminds me for some reason of the German flag :-) and the tiny pine cones are so sweet. Although 'joy' is not one of my preferred sentiments I love the multi-functional wreath 'O'.

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi Sue.
What a clever idea and a beautiful sample show this new festive die. Im sure to see some stunning cards on the great new FB page I've found recently.
Thanks for another exciting day.
Lancashire Steph xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue, How clever of you to turn the O into a wreath, only a true crafter could come up with that one!
Have a lovely evening, love Brenda xxx

Barbara Gosden said...

I love how you've thought about the different way these dies can be used. For those on a tight budget they can achieve several different cards using the one die set.

Janice K said...

Hello Sue, love the versatility of this set, fab card.x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Fabulous and a clever die

June Horrocks said...

The joy is so beautiful love this die thank you sueove always June horrpcks xxxxxxx

scrAPpamondo said...

Gorgous die!

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

So many possibilities, a really clever idea separate letters and frame. The little holly wreath is a lovely idea. Makes it a little less formal than other "joy" dies IMO

Lorraine and Yvonne, you two are making me want to bake! May have to pick up some chocolate chunks Monday and make mine and Mr W's favourite "3 chocolate cake" If I tell him he can take some fishing with him Thursday I'm sure he'll be up for helping me make it before then!

Hugs to all,

T x

Julie Bee said...

Hi Sue


Best Wishes

Julie Bee (i don't think anyone else will have that name)

auscrafts said...

like it but still like the noel one yesterday best

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
This is very different and so versatile
Pat x

Myra said...

Hello again Sue,
This is yet another great idea and a lovely die set! It's really useful being able to alter the line of the sentiment! Lovely colours used, kind of reminded me of the colours of the German flag!
Thank you once again . What else can we say!
Love Myra xxx
Oops! Myra P

carol quinn said...

Really unusual die, a must have!

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful die set, so versatile. x

nattyboots said...

Oh Sue you are a credit to us all, How lovely is this card and the wreath die so clever.
Take Care and have a good evening.
Elaine H X

fame01 said...

Well Sue

you have done a stunning collection up to now you never fail us
thanks sarah n xxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Joy indeed - that's what this card is to look at. Beautiful.
Hugs, Rose

Lynda's craft's said...

Hello again Sue I llove the idea of the separation of the die &frame
Love & Hugs Lynda Brock xx

Heidis Kagesjov said...

What a great idea to make the letters into separately dies, it makes it so much more versatile. Another must have for my little die collection.
Take care, Heidi.

Yvonne G said...

Afternoon Sue
Oh my word. I am almost speechless - you know me I could never be completely speechless - that would be a miracle. This is so unfair. Now I think this one is my favourite. You are making me so terribly indecisive and this is a feeling that I am not familiar with. I absolutely love this die. When I saw it in the packaging I liked it but the true beauty can only be seen when you work your magic.
I often find myself wondering if you ever sleep. Thank you again (and again and again and again), for sharing your fantabulous inspiration with us mere mortals

I am enjoying a window of peace and quiet. The boys have gone to Ikea to kit out 'the shed'. I am a little concerned. When I go to Ikea - which is not that often I only ever go for tea lights but always come home with a bag full of goodies that I don't need or have any use for. The boys have gone to look at rugs, curtains - yes I know - for a shed if you please, and sofa beds. My concern stems from the fact that they have gone in Jake's empty work van - heaven help us. You can get quite a lot in a bag from Ikea as I have proved - just how much can you fit into a van? Lord have mercy x
Have had a chance to catch up on today's comments whilst they've been gone

Wheely Bad - you can tell I'm a lot better by the length of my comments. Hope the bed rest is doing what it's supposed to and you are starting to feel brighter. I'm glad you are able to smile - at my expense. Lol. Big hug my friend x

Julie - have a fantastic time in Vegas - if you do manage to win you could use your winnings to fund your Sue want list x

Marg - I do hope your new Denby Teapot will give you as many years loyal service as Brown Betty x

Pauline A - hope you are having a lovely day at the wedding x

Littlelamb - hope your granddaughters party is going/went well x

Maria - my boys were more than lucky - I have been known to seriously injure anyone who gets within 5 feet of my Eton Mess! lol x

Diane - your support is greatly appreciated - I will attempt a different record next time. I will endure many hours of misery to achieve victory. I will keep you posted x

Lorraine - don't you blame me for your feeling unwell. Accept responsibility my dear for your own gluttony! If you are not man enough to eat cheesecake for breakfast without feeling queasy then that is your problem! Lol. Hope you're feeling better x

Theresa - I am open to bribery in the form of food so you're in girl. Jake has built the shed from scratch. Had terrible trouble with him age 14 - 16 at school - so much so that his behaviour and attitude resulted in him being permanently excluded - don't you just love em!! Really turned himself round and is now a fully qualified air conditioning and refrigeration engineer. He is an absolute star when it comes to building or fixing things. He's my little soldier even if he is 23. I decided to commandeer the dining room some years ago for my crafting. I am happy to let the boys use the 'shed' as an x box haven as it means I am left in peace - that can't be bad can it? Anyway I am far to posh to craft in a shed darling x

All for now people. Have a lovely Saturday evening
Crafty hugs

lydia jordan said...

Hi Sue,
Another lovely die and card, perfect.

Janice Robinson said...

Hi Sue
This is another die I think when cut out it looks so different from the picture.I like this card so much it may become a card I'll make for my Mother.

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, this a bit different to the usual Christmas Dies like the fact that the wreath is in two pieces, so many more options. Looking forward to tomorrows posts

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, So lovely . love Jean Z xx

Carol Clarke said...

Hi Sue

What a great idea separate dies for the letters and wreath
Just love it - great idea Sue
Carol x

djones said...

Love the idea of the wreath being in 2 pieces!!!

Doreen x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love the card and what a clever die. Love it.

Anonymous said...

What a joyful card this is. Just perfect. The die is so different from any other joy die out there very clever. My favourite card from yesterday is the beautiful noel star. Keep up the good work. Best wishes Loraine (lorrie) xx

Jane said...

Back again Sue, What a splendid idea to be able to use the die in so many ways. You are a real talent Sue!! Great card too
Can't wait until tomorrow! Take care Jane B.

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a very exciting day. We have just seen Keith's dad, in the march past in London for VJ day, on the telly. Plus all the wonderful cards and dies. I still think I am going to be very poor. Hugs Jackie

sued99 said...

That's a very versatile die set. Love it,

Karen Drew said...

Beautiful die and well thought out so as to give it so many possibilities
Karen xx

Dawn Holben said...

gorgeous card and love the way you have designed this die especially with the holly detail. I Love it

Pam Hartlepool said...

Beautiful and elegant, both the die and the card. Such a "Joy" to behold

Maria Illsley said...

Oh wow what a fantastic die well done sue xxx

Rach83 said...

Woah! When I saw this card, it took my breath away. Utterly stunning.

Rachel x

hettygarlick said...

Love that card and what a marvellously versatile die set!

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Another cracker of a die. This one can be used in any direction as all the letter are separate. Such a bonus for us. Plus a little wreath to go in the middle if we so wish. Look forward to tomorrow's offering.

nannapat said...

Love the versatility of this die Sue, and something a little different too. Pat x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue. WOW Love the colour's on this beautiful card. The die is lovely and having the O as a wreath make's it so versatile and the fact the letter's are all separate give's you more scope when designing your card. Thank you for another great day showing your stunning die's and card's, but you are making it so hard to pick which one's to buy first as they are all gorgeous and we haven't finished seeing them all yet so it's only going to get harder lol.
Best Wishes and see you bright and early in the morning.
Denise T x

hollyberry said...

A beautiful card and having separate letters gives so much choice as to what you can do with them.

Julies Crafty Creations said...

Such a lovely die Sue, another great one to add to my Sue Wilson collection
Hugs Julie x

karenlotty said...

Oh what a JOY I'd be using the "O" in this set to make miniature cards to make mini wreaths and the whole word in lots of permutations My MIL' name is Joy and by substituting a circle die for the wreath I have her next birthday card sorted too!
Can't wait to see tomorrow's offerings

Diane Mortimer said...

Very pretty indeed!
Diane from Glasgow xx

Hellma said...

Gorgeous as always.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
How lovely the way you have made this card. The trouble is I want them all.
I really love this card , oh well another die to my list can't wait to see what you've
got in store for us tomorrow .

Take care

Anonymous said...

Oh Sue this has to be my favourite today, just love the way you can use theses dies. Your card is amazing. Bring on tomorrow's cards!!
Best wishes

barbara macaskill said...

WOW!! This is such a great die!! I love that each letter has it's own "design"! AWESOMENESS! TFS!

Tressa said...

I like the fact that the letters are separate giving you more options on how to use this collection. Such a good idea. Love the colour combination here. Beautiful card.

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Again a lovely card. Holly wreath on it's own is very useful.
Really pretty.
Anne M ( sheffield) xx

Linda Graham said...

Great idea you can use this die in so many ways, very 'posh' looking card, love it, thank you, Linda x

ladyweir said...

A pretty card made with a pretty die

karen keen said...

Evening Sue
To be totally honest I wasn't sure about this die set but as always you have brought it to life on the card. Beautiful.
Karen in Telford xx

crossstitchmarg said...

Hi Sue,
Another fantastic card and die set. I can't keep up with you.
My list of wants is growing so fast.
Thanks for all the inspiration you give me.
Maggie in Solihull

You put a Spell on Me said...

Love this idea Sue and THE J and the Y ARE USEFUL for me Yvonne and Janet my sister
,I'll be able to utilise and create I'm sure.
Yvonne, Plymouth

Janet Goodwin said...

Really unusual die, different but nice

Janet Ally Pally

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Love this one as it looks such fun and having the elements separately means, as you say, that you can use them in which ever orientation takes your fancy. Well done and am looking forward to tomorrow.
Beverley W

Rosemarie said...

Hi Sue, this is absolutely beautiful. Can't possibly choose now, love them all.

Love Rosemarie xx

CraftyJo said...

More usefulness here :) Love it!

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Brilliant idea having the separate letters so you can use it in different orientations, looking forward to tomorrow

Hugs and best wishes everyone

magpie said...

Another lovely die Sue and a clever way of using it to make a wreath for the "0" x Stunning card too xx "Thank you" once again xx Love Karen xx

Kitty Davies said...

Hi Sue.
Thank you a very lovely die and card.
Take care Kitty.

Elaine Sabey said...

Hi Sue
A unique sentiment die. I love this one. So hard to choose a favourite with this collection, I love them all!!!

Love Elaine x

PharmacyMichele said...

Stunning card & really love this die set.


Bente Sørflaten said...

Beautiful and so versatile!

Linda Downs said...

Good Evening Sue, wow, another wonderful die to add to your collection. I especially like the fact that the letters are separate, and that you can use the wreath just on it's own.
Best wishes,
Linda in Glasgow

Janet hampson said...

Hi Sue,
WOW how versatile is this die, what a brilliant idea to have the wreath and all the letters separate.....brilliant. Love the simple elegance of the card.
Love Janet x
from Wakefield

Jackie Durrant said...

Hi Sue
So clever to have the holly leaves for the O. Having each letter separate will make it so very versatile. Love from Jackie

Jess Watson said...

Hi again Sue, love this die and the way it can be used
either vertical or horizontal, with the holly wreath in the middle.
Take care till tomorrow, Jess xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

so beautiful Sue
Gr Karin

Kellie 0:) said...

Very elegant. YFS

Jan Caven said...

Hi Sue
Now this is really different,you are such a clever lady
Love Jan x x

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Lovely, but then these dies are stunning and wouldn't expect anything else. Love the sample and something totally different. Thanks for sharing...

Molly said...

Hello sue an everyone again I love this card an I think this is the best die today I hope nan buys this 1 for us. Thank you Molly oxoxox

liz spooner said...

As I mentioned in the previous post I love holly and all 3 of todays dies are lovely.xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, I love the wreath in the centre of the "o" in this joy die. Another beautiful useful die.

Nanny Jo said...

My shopping list gets longer with every die you show us, Sue! This one is so pretty, and doesn't need anything else to make a lovely card. Nanny Jo xx

gwen70 said...

how wonderful Sue, adore this one

Lesley Griffiths said...

Now this set is ingenious. Yet another one for my list.
Happy Days,

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
What a clever idea to make the O into a wreath. The card is gorgeous. I love your bow and cones. So cute. Thanks for sharing.

A Happercrafter6 said...

Looks like a versatile set.

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
As a few have already said, this will be such a useful set of dies, and not just for Christmas. My niece is pregnant, now Joy on the new baby card would be different and so true!
Maureen xx

Barbara said...

What a cute card!
Love this die!!!!

Berina RGA said...

Wow!! Such a pretty wreath!! Love that the outline and the filler are separate..

Sandie Braithwaite said...

This die almost rivals the beautiful Joy fin last year which is one of my all time favourites . It does make a lovely card and I can see it in gold and silver as well as completely white with some sparkle. See you tomorrow xx

Sandie Braithwaite said...

This die almost rivals the beautiful Joy fin last year which is one of my all time favourites . It does make a lovely card and I can see it in gold and silver as well as completely white with some sparkle. See you tomorrow xx

Sandie Braithwaite said...

This die almost rivals the beautiful Joy fin last year which is one of my all time favourites . It does make a lovely card and I can see it in gold and silver as well as completely white with some sparkle. See you tomorrow xx

NancyR said...

I think this is my favorite for the day! Love that you can use it is so many different ways to get the most out of the die. Lots of different ideas come to mind.

Kathy Baker said...

Hi Sue this us a very nice card and makes a nice change, it's lovely with the holly wreath included
Kathy x

Tres said...

Hi Sue. Just BEAUTIFUL !! How elegant is this card !!! I love it all !! Your new "JOY" dies look great !! I love that the words are all separate and the little 0 wreath is so very cute. I can see lots of versatility with this die set. I love the colours you have used for this beautiful card to. Thanks for sharing another great die set and card Sue. I am looking forward to tomorrow's posts. Sending you lots of love and hugs today from Tres x x x

Gloria Robey, (sidcup) Please look back through today's earlier posts. I have left you a message !! Lots of love from Tres x x x

Sending lots of love to everyone today from Tres x x x

Anonymous said...

Wow I would love to win this die, a very beautiful and classy card , another die I need when I am back of holiday, never thought I would say I will be glad to get back home ???

Debra Kenworthy said...

A striking card! Really different with the holly wreath. Debra x

Anne said...

I think this is my favourite so far, Sue. Love the card.

Anne (Northampton)

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue
This is such a clever die so many ways to use it Another must have!
Lynne L Haverfordwest

pinky said...


Erica said...

Oh boy this die could be used in so many different ways it is hard to imagine ever getting tired of it. Makes a stunning card on it's own as you have shown Sue, but also as an element or the wreath on it's own. This is a goodie, LOL Happy Christmas Crafter

craftylisa said...

wow wow wow this die is so different to any other joys ive seen this is my favourite die for today

lisa xx

Annie Pennington said...

Another lush card. This JOY die is so unique. The wreath is beautiful, I love it.
x Annie P

Rosemary Stickland said...

Sue you have spoilt us with this die, so many possibilities ......
Love the dramatic look of this card.
Rosemary xx

cr@fty said...

Hi Sue
This is such a unique die there is no other like it, I love what you've done with it your card is fabulous!
Hugs x
Heather T

Scottydog said...

What JOY you give us Sue! What an unusual die - love it thank you!

Covgal said...

You bring JOY into our lives Sue. Lovely die x

Mary Gara said...

Hi Sue I love this die it so unusual and the card is outstanding

Hugs Mary G xxxxxx

Sheila Barns said...

Such an unusual die set, lovely.

Anonymous said...

What an unusual die, I love the font of the letters. As you say, can be used horizontally or vertical. I can see myself using this simply on its own or with other stamps or dies I have, I'm thinking the pointsette stamps and dies you brought out last year. I got such use out of them in 2014. Love them all. Kind regards Sandra Kent

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue

You have excelled yourself. How clever to have the letters separately so they can be used in any orientation, and also to have the O as a wreath. Thank you for giving so much versatility and value for money with your lovely dies.

Love and hugs

Helen xxx

Patricia said...

Hello Sue,
Brilliant card,,
I am loving that different texture on the "O"
Patricia xxx

Darlene4527 said...

Love the versatility of these dies...

Heather Rogers said...

Very different card but lovely and the die is gorgeous Sue. Very striking indeed i love how it is offset against the gold die. Very nice indeed.

Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

SueJ said...

Really nice die set Sue.

Linda28 said...

A beautiful card, when I first saw the picture on the package for this due, I wasn't too sure, but after seeing your sample card and reading what it does I am in awe! Will be a really useful addition to our die stash. Great design Sue, hugs to all. Linda.

Diane said...

Hi Sue
This is a beautiful card using such a great die, love the embellishment you have used on the bow. Love the way the letters are independent so you can use them in any direction. Thank you so much for sharing, I'm really looking forward to tomorrow.
Love Diane G xxx
Jackie I was wondering if your father in law was in the parade when I saw it on TV this morning. Did he get to meet the queen? Xxx
Yvonne good for your son turning himself around you sound incredibly proud of him and rightly so. I dread to think what they will bring back from ikea! Everything always seems smaller in there too and grows when you get home! Have you tried making Oreo brownies? Oh they are wonderful! Xxx

Pauline A said...

Brilliant die Sue. It's good to have the choice of using the die vertically or horizontally as sometimes my embellishments take up more space than I had intended them to, then I don!t have room for the sentiment. Love this idea. Another day of fabulous dies. Roll on tomorrow's selection. Hugs. Xx. Pauline

Anonymous said...

Clever design of the dies, Sue, making them so versatile. Nice card, too.
Thank you for another day of surprises.

'P' in Wales

Jayne S said...

Stunning card made from this fabulous die.

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely and very clever to be able to use it vertically or horizontally. Love the card as well.
Love to all, Alison xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

A very useful die. Love the card.
Joan from Newcastle upon Tyne

Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good evening everyone!

What a beautiful sentiment to finish the day with-joy is what I feel when I look at your blog each day Sue, joy because I love your cards and witnessing your talents and joy because of the bonds that I have been fortunate enough form with you and your lovely Wilsonettes.
Each day brings another smile to my face and I look forward to seeing your designs and hearing from all of your dedicated lovelies.
Thankyou for sharing your talents and time for our benefit, you are a genuine inspiration.
I don't even need to say how much I love your joy concept, almost as much as my bank manager and mum dreads it I guess :-)
The possibilities are endless and shows us that a die needn't just be for Christmas!
I'm having a quiet evening, resting up for tomorrow when my niece will be visiting. She has the choice of going to the Stirling Highland Games or The Caledonian Cheesecake Company and The Milk Barn Farm Shop for homemade ice cream-I won't put any undue pressure on her for a decision but I am sure that as an eight yr old she will listen to her aunties advice.....:-)
I don't mind admitting that I am a little jealous that you have such a capable man about the house Yvonne, you must be so proud of his achievements and how he has knuckled down-he sounds like he deserves a man cave after all the effort he has put in, and I'm with you, you most definitely appear too posh to craft in a shed! Me too, I need my home comforts and if I put a 42inch plasma on my craft wall I wouldn't have any space for my framed Sue Wilson masterpiece. Who needs x boxes when you can have so much fun playing Twister, Monopoly or Trivial Pursuit? In my day it took at least half an hour to load a computer game by which time I'd lost interest, though I did like Space invaders and Lemmings or Hunchback.
Anyway, I'm showing my age now, time to go and watch repeats of Dallas on Sky,,,,da,da da, da, da,da,da,da,da,da,da,da,da,de,daaaa!

Love and crafty hugs,


carole bennett said...

Hello Sue,
Love all today's posts . I bit late commenting but been out celebrating Hubby's birthday. This is a rare occasion as he works away and in fact I can't remember the last time he was at home.
My favourite die so far is......... All of them lol.

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, another beautiful Christmas card. The joy die is definitely versatile. Can't pick a favourite they are all so lovely.

Nuttynanny said...

Hi again

You never cease to amaze, another original die that can be used in many different ways. Thanks for your inspiration Sue, something I seriously lack I'm afraid.

Best Wishes
Eileen L. Kent

Hazel said...

Good evening Sue, a bit late coming in but had visitors here till just a little while ago. But another stunning card and die set. Hazel x

Tea Girl said...

Hello Sue. This die set is stunning. The holly wreath is beautiful. I love that the letters are separate so you can use them at any angle. Love your card today.

granny sue said...

This die is very different but very versatile. SueL x

foxyg said...

Love the versatility of this die set.

Theresa Pace said...

what a versatile die! must say that the top bit looks a lot like the german flag. hugs xx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
This die set is one of my absolute favourites!! It's a really different idea and so versatile!!!

Tina Eldridge said...

Hi Sue

Love the festive colours used on this card.

Big Hugs

Tina XX

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card and die set.

Marion Bull said...

Stunning card, simply elegant! Thank you for the inspiration!
Maggie B xx

Jan Ltc said...

Fabulous Sue xx Jan

Anonymous said...

Hello again,Sue!
Another clever versatile die that be used in so many ways. I love your card, too!
Lesley S x

SUE said...

Hi Sue, what a wonderful die, it's so beautiful and would really enhamce my stitching,
Hugs Suex

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Wow! This "Joy" die is fabulous, and a really imaginative way of making the "O". Sue XXX

Anonymous said...

Theresa says
Hi again sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Wow what another unique and fabulous die x you are so clever sue to come up with these fantastic ideas x you must be so excited when you can receive your new dies and get to see your ideas come to life x istill cannot choose a favourite they are all wonderful so far and am looking forward to tomorrow xthankyou so much sue x
Yvonne g I know you're not a commoner I too prefer m&s strawberries ! its fantastic how your sons turned his life around you should be very proud no doubt the credits due to you x I get so much pleasure from crafting I would be happy doing it at the rubbish tip if I had too !!!
Lorraine have a lovely day with your niece tomorrow x I remember waiting forever for games to load from a tape recorder we did have to have some patience back then !
Diane oreo brownies sound lovely x
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Glennis said...

A brilliant concept - I love it!

Lynda Mellor said...

Hi Sue,all of the above and more!!!
You clever lady!!!
Good luck everyone!!!
Loopy Lynda xxx

lorna said...

Hi Sue,

I'm really late, but I'm moving house so lots to do, but what a fab die to end my day with because I do indeed feel joyous, my packing is ALL done :-)
I love the idea that you can use the elements separately :-)
Lorna D

Tina said...

Love the different take on the letter O. I also like that the letters are separate so can be used in so many different ways. Stunning card!

HeatherT said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely die set and it's great that the letters are separate.
Heather Treble

tlm said...

tlm in Idaho

Jan.moogie said...

Now for something completely different, any which way you want how versatile can you get. Well done Sue. hugs x

Theresa said...

Hi all
Another beautiful die Sue I am going to need a bank loan at this rate. Lol
The sentiment dies are my fav
Look forward to tomorrow
Good luck all
Theresa G

gailgale said...

Beautiful JOY....
You can do so much with it.
I really like the card.

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone
Oh wow this is a cleaver way to make a wreath out
of the O, Nice card! Thank you for some wonderful
cards and new dies. Looking forward to tomorrow.

Yvonne- you have a good son there, he well deserve
a man cave, is that what they called ? anyhow I wish
mine was more like yours, he spending his free time
on the computer doing programming. He like to have
a job in computers but can't find anything.
Which Ikea is closets to where you live ?

Lorraine- have a lovely day with your Niece, the
cheese company sound fun and goodies after. Don't
need to think twice :-)

Wheelybad- we are so naughty but you cake
sound very moorish with a lovely cuppa. You
have to make one with dog chocolate for Billy so
he don't feel left out :-)

To all Wilsonette's and Friends, look after yourself!

hugs Maria x

Norah McPhee said...

Good evening Sue and the night owls,
This is a great idea Sue and maybe a ongoing thought process for other dies in your crafty thought process. Although this card is a bit more stylised than what I do I think it could be great for those pesky men in our lives that don't like frills, bows and bling be it diamond and sparkly or more subdued in elegant pearls. Now you know how side tracked by brain goes when something sparks my imagination into overdrive.....well what about Snow with the 'o' as a snowflake. Let the brain go into action and I'm sure it can generate more such examples that could be for during the year as well.
Have a great last day tomorrow flower and thank you for really opening our eyes upto a treasure chest of more beauty
With love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil )

Anne O said...

Hi Sue
Another lovely card and another well thought through die set. I love the way the holly wreath is made up. So clever and innovative . Best wishes, Anne O

Littlelamb said...

Lovely die and card Sue. Sorry I am so late but been to youngest granddaughters birthday party. She is 4.

Denise Bryant said...

This one is lovely, Sue! Beautiful font and I love the wreath for the 'o'!

melody said...

Hi once more sue, really like this die love that the letters are separate an tho O looks great with the little holly leafs, it's been really long day an I was going to leave looking at your blog today but I am so glad I changed my mind, all your new dies are great an this last card is lovely and I am very smitten with the 1st striplet one. Take care Melody xxxXxxx

Pat Webster said...

How pretty is that! Love this festive! And your card is Awesome!
Thx for sharing, Sue.
Hugs, Pat

Muriel Kelly said...

Hi again
clever "O" on a pretty die, a card to stand out from the rest
looking forward to tomorrow's posts
Muriel x

Shirley T. said...

Hi Sue,

Yet another must have. Love it.

Shirley T.

Deborah Artliff said...

Evening Sun what a stunning card I love the colours and I like how you can use the die in different ways. And the design is gorgeous.
Debs A xxxx

nzillingworth said...


Angela (UK) said...

So simple but so lovely Angela (UK)

Julie Elli said...

This one is really clever. You really do think outside the box!
Well done Sue all your new dies are needed!!!
Big hug
Julie E

Saba said...

Hi Sue
I think innovation must be your middle name. This last die set today is just so clever and like Myra I saw the German flag in the colours you used. Seeing as my OH is german it has given me some inspiration for my cards to give to his side. They will be very impressed, thank you so much.

Love Saba xxxx

Beth said...

Hi Sue
A very unique die! Love it!
Munich Beth

Sandy H said...

Such a clever idea with the O. Classy card.
It's my birthday on Sunday so I'm hoping my family have been listening to my unsubtle hints about online craft shop vouchers being very welcome presents.
Take care everyone.

Vanessa Hodgson said...

Oh wow, how lovely, I can see my list of must haves is going to grow xx

Lynn (delphinoid) said...

Lovely card and another lovely die!

Happy Crafting!!! :) X X

Jan from Long Island said...

Beautiful card and die! Very original!

Val.S said...

Love this! Simple & lovely.

jean.phillips1 said...

Hi Sue, what a striking card! Love this one, it is so different! Love Jean xxx

Anonymous said...

Another stunning card,and die. Luny liz

Ann Lauzon said...

Hi Sue,
lovely card, but the die is great! I love the idea of the single letters so that you can use it differently...Ann

Zena McCalmont said...

Hi sue
They are all really lovely. That brain of yours must be working overtime.
Zena xx

Jean Bullock said...

I love the card. The die is awesome and I like how you could use the wreath O separately. I pinned.

KT Fit Kitty said...

This new die is absolutely gorgeous! Your card showcases it beautifully!

Lisa Swibold said...

Love that the dies are seperate. gives a lot more options.

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

Don't include this comment in the draw as I have already commented on the die itself.

Just about to go to sleep when I saw on the TV about the severe wildfires affecting a great proportion of California. Just wanted to say I hope you, your family and any Wilsonettes are safe and ok. At the same time thinking of the poor people affected. Hopefully the state fire services can get things contained asap.

T x

Janice Brummett said...

Love the versatility of this die. Very pretty card.

Tracy said...

Absolutely love this die, it is really cool, and I love your card.

Sam Smithard said...

To My Very Special Friend Sue,
I Love The Last Card Of The Day, Also The Fabulous Versatile Die, It's Great
That The Letters Can Be Used In So Many Different Ways
Once Again Your Giving Us More For Our Money, It''s A Beautiful Card
Take Great Care Thank You For Your On Going Kindness.
Love And Hugs
From Sam xxx

Mrs B said...

Hi Sue. A wonderful card to end day 2 of this release. I love the wreath/O, I think this card would be great for the men and "non flowery" ladies : ) You have done it again, creating such versatile dies, thank you : ) Take care xx

ecco of Sheffield said...

Hello Sue
This just carries on with your normal wonderful eye for detail and makes this die a definite NEED.
Janet x

Rosalind McLellan said...

Hello Sue

Another versatile die. My list of 'wants' gets longer!


Clai01 said...

Hi Sue
very festive looking and I love the centre wreath.
I don't really make lots of cards with large words on them but I do like them a lot especially your compositions as they are so inspiring. x

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Great die set, again so versatile. Lovely card too. Hugs xxx

Jayem said...

Hi Sue,

Goodness, if I get any more of your wonderful Christmas dies, I will have to spend the whole year using them. Anyone know of any cheap loans?

Jan from NSW

eva Henninger said...

What a good idea! And again so versatile!

Chantal said...

Beautiful card, the bow is great.
Hugs, Chantal S

eva Henninger said...

What a good idea! And again so versatile!

TDQ Karen said...

Really pretty, love that the elements are separate, so versatile. Love the card too xx

Anna said...

Hi Sue,Beautiful Xmas card love how you its all put together, Cheers Anna.

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