Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Foldover Flower Border

Hi bloggers!  Today's video is a good example of using your dies in ways that may not be so obvious.  The Diagonal Foldover Flower die not only makes beautiful flowers, but makes a great border as well!

 The finished dimensions are 7 1/2" x  9" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Love this card Sue, so beautiful.
Busy day today, taking my visitors and grandchildren to Luckety Splits, which is an American 50's Style ice cream oarlour, the ice cream is delicious. Ooh what shall I have.
Daily hugs and warm thoughts to Melidy and family, Molly too. Tracey, take it easy , be kind to yourself, you are going through a lot at the moment.
Hugs to all who are not well, physically and emotionally.

Crisco said...

That is absolutely amazing ... so beautifully different.

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a beautiful card and great video.
Remember the day's when we did that fine cutting with a template and knife.
Sue you have made one job so much easier.
Take care and have fun, Kitty.

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card, your dies do give us so much more than what we see to do with them. Sue you are always one step ahead with exploring what we can achieve. Thank you so much. Yvonne xx

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
I like the symmetry of your card, and the central dies are lovely, must watch the video later
Pat x

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Lovely card and an amazing way to make the flower dies into a border. Only three more sleeps until you're back on out TV, can't wait.
Jan - so sorry to hear that you've been so ill, I hope that you are recovering well. Hugs to all. Sue XXX

Jan on the Fosse said...

This is a lovely card.Another great idea you are sharing with us.
Thanks Jan

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card and very intriguing off to watch video to see how you managed this feat.
Nancyd xx

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Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful card and a great way to use the dies. Have a lovely day. Hugs to all xxx

TDQ Karen said...

You have some very clever ideas Sue, such a lovely card and some versatile dies too

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card Sue, lots of detail. JJxx

A Happercrafter6 said...

Good morning Sue. Love the borders. Such a pretty card.

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, hoping phone will let me watch video
Happy crafting
Love and hugs to all
Love Tina xxx

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely card, very pretty. Great use of the dies.


carol edwards said...

Such a pretty card and I enjoyed the video too x

hollyberry said...

Beautiful card. Would never have thought to use this die this way.

dmj from kettering said...

Another pretty card; will watch the video later,

Doreen x

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Great idea fantastic card. love Jean Z xxxx

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Fab idea! Will watch video later.

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. WOW This is an amazing card. The detail is just gorgeous. Would never have thought to use the die in this way but then you are ahead of the times with your dies. Thanks for another great video.
Take care everyone.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Debra Kenworthy said...

Lovely card! Great idea to use the folded flower die as a border. Debra x

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. WOW! Simply stunning! What a clever, alternative way of using the foldover flower die! Another beautiful card that looks so opulent, love it! X

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great card a Sue, love the flower die.

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Years ago when I first started crafting I used to do a technique called Lace, that involved a lot of cutting and folding. Although I enjoyed it tremendously I had Carpel Tunnel in both hands so it became too painful for me to do. This die has the same look but so much easier lol! I love the new colour card from Creative Expressions. Your card is beautiful you have such an amazing eye when creating. I enjoyed the video as I always do thanks for sharing your ideas.
Hugs x
Heather T

carol quinn said...

Wow, stunning

Karen Derbyshire said...

Lovely card Sue, as always. Just going to watch the video before I get up.

Barbara Gosden said...

A lovely card and a very clever idea, Sue.
B xx

Chris Curry said...

A gorgeous card Sue. Love the different way you have used the flower die, and the colours are so delicate too. The heraldic die is so useful. Thank you. Xx

Tracy Stitt said...

Morning sue and crafters

Wow this is fab and very different I'll catch the video later s usual.

Well ladies chemo day has arrived again. Have to go in at 9 this morning to try obtain bloods from the picc line as it didn't want to cooperate for the district nurse yesterday nearly 1.5 hrs she was in at the house yesterday.
Not my usual nurse as it was a bank hol everything that could go wrong did for the poor woman.
Gloves burst as she was trying to put them on. Then she dropped a pair on floor getting them out packet. Then at the dressing change the sticky plaster thing that hold the line in place was so sticky it had adhered. Solid to the line it wouldn't come off!!! It did eventually. Then the blood wouldn't come out!!! She tried everything. Poor lady she like its like a carry on film u couldn't write the script. I just kept laughing to try lighten her mood she was stressing lol
Ah well let's hope I can still get chemo today without any hiccups.

Nice to see u back Laine 1972
Thanks fluffy cat and pam I'll get there eventually xx

Sylvia Yates said...

Love this card Sue. The heraldic square is my new favourite. Like the different use fur the fold over flower die. Have a great day everybody
Hugs Sylvia xx

Rosalind McLellan said...

Hello Sue

Clever. I hadn't thought of using this die as a lace die.


nattyboots said...

What a cracking card Sue , gosh it sure looks complicated will watch the video later .
Take Care
Elaine H X

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue this is such a beautiful card. I will be watching the video later. Have a great day today. Hugs Jackie

Gloria Robey said...

Morning Sue what a clever idea to use the flower die .I have now started my wish list again.!!!!I have a busy day today ,taking my Son & Daughter with their two sons to see STAR WARS film.Gloria (Sidcup) xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

This is gorgeous, great layers

Anonymous said...

Oh wow, Sue, lovely card and such a clever use of the foldover die. Haven't managed to get the video to play yet (no sound no movies) just dashed through with stills, so will have to try later. Thanks anyway!
Glad you're better, Jan, a bit of a tough time hey?
Tracy - poor you, hope today is better and the chemo goes well.

'P' in Wales

karenlotty said...

Will watch video later but now I know I must add the diagonal flower to my wish list

Marion said...

Hi Sue beautiful card .love the delicate colour too
love the die used as a border.
Marion H

marg said...

Hello Sue!
I watched John doing some Lace work on Hochanda, and remembered when I first started crafting it was popular!
Love the Heraldic Square one of my favourites!
Tracy I hope today goes better for you!
I will watch Video with a cup of Tea!
Take care
Love Marg

Julie Elli said...

Love the texture on this one Sue. It is so luxurious looking!
Big hug
Julie E

Loraine Jefferis said...

Gorgeous card Sue. I have the classic fold over die but have just ordered the diagonal one from Julia. Can't wait for it to arrive so I can have a go at making this sumptuous card. Great video by the way. Best wishes Loraine Jefferis xx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. Lovely colours and a great use of the foldover die. Thanks for your video.

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
this card is one that sings to me. It is absolutely beautiful.
What a clever use of the diag.foldover flower .
Love it.
Hugs, Rose

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, this brought back memories of Lace years ago, with a stencil and sharp knife, took ages, hurt your hand and usually for me the last cut went wrong and the whole thing ended up in the bin or a cross the room. Now we can have the effect with little or no effort, thank you Sue. Beautiful card and the lovely Heraldic square too.

Love Rosemarie x x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A gorgeous card, love the use of the fold over flower die.

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue, that is one stunning card I love how youve used that flower die to create the border, its amazing how simple these dies create that lace effect when you think 9 years ago you had to cut it out with a knife. Hugs Shirleyxxxxx

Anne said...

Sorry I have been missing for a couple of days. I was in the wilds of Lincolnshire and the connection at my brothers was just not strong enough.

A lovely card today, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue This is a fabulous card What a clever way to use the flower die!

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue This is a fabulous card What a clever way to use the flower die!

auscrafts said...

lovely use of the dies I still have and use the lace dies

Lisbeth said...

Stunning card today Sue. Strangely my comment was going to be exactly what Nannieflash has said above. Love the colour too.


June Horrocks said...

Love the card sue it's beautiful thank you managed to get the peirced layer dies and the flag yesterday so excited thank you love always xxxxx
June Horrocks xc

HeatherT said...

Hi Sue,
Stunning card, so much detail it's so beautiful. Off to watch the video now, thanks for all the great inspiration.
Heather Treble

hazel young said...

Lovely card Sue and great die usage xx hazel

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue time to try and get my brain in gear again and an interesting card to start with especially the border, so effective. Love from Jackie xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this is such an intricate card with so much pretty detail. I can't watch video until later but can't wait to see how you have achieved this. Your ideas are simply amazing. Best wishes

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
Another stunning card, I must get thie diagonal flower die set.
I must admit I haven't done any crafting for a while.
I'm feeling better today after over 2 weeks with a flu virus, my Husband is still in bed at the moment I'm hoping he feels better too. If so we might venture out today while the weather is good.
Have a great day

gwen70 said...

Wow Sue an amazing card, really must get those dies

Tressa said...

Another lovely card. I must investigate this colour.

When I first cut the flower die as a sample I wondered about using it the way you had done so am very pleased to see that this works. It makes a perfect border and is so easy to do.

Tracey, I hope your day goes better in so far as it can.


Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, I too did a technique called lace
they were metal dies, you had to use your craft knife
to cut the card,crafting has come a long way since then.
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lynda xxx

Kate's Cards said...

Stunning xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, todays card is fabulous, love the borders, what a great idea to use dies differently. Beautiful colours too. Will check out the video later. Have a great day. Bx

IVY Cheong said...

This is an amazing and beautiful card. So clever use of the Foldover die, love, Ivy xx

Suemac said...

Another lovely card

sandy acland said...

I love this card its very dramatic:0)

Sandy (tort)

Val Jones said...

How you amaze me Sue. Another stunningly different card.
lve Val in Spain x

Rosemary Stickland said...

Such a clever use of the foldover flower die and a great video as always.
Rosemary xx

rolfi said...

Good morning Sue,
an incredible delicate card....
Fantastic how you used the flower die as a border.
Rolf xxx

Bente Sørflaten said...

This is gorgeous, so elegant!
Thanks for the video!

iReneM said...

wow! this is gorgeous.


Beryl Treble said...

Stunning card Sue.

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, love todays card very elegant.
Will watch video later, thank you.
Take care, Jess xxx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. A trip down memory lane technique! Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
how lovely to see so many long term crafters who have used the old craft knife and metal stencil lace technique. I still have the stencils somewhere and must say not very yet!
Today's card is beautiful, love the colors and dies, I have the heraldic square and just love it.
Muriel x

Muriel Kelly said...

That is not very used - oops!
Muriel x

Hazel said...

Good morning Sue. Another gorgeous card, now I got this die as part of a gift for Christmas I was playing using it yesterday. I will watch the video later to see how you have done this card. Hazel X

Elsie Smith said...

Hi Sue. A lovely card, and a another brilliant way to use the flower die. xx

Anonymous said...

Theresa says
Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Gorgeous card today sue x the colours are beautiful again and its ingenious the ideas you have for your dies xthankyou so much for your inspiration sue and all the hard work you put in to sharing your talents with us x
Laine sorry to hear about your uncle x sending you a big hug xxx
Tracy I do hope it goes well for you today xtake care everyone and I hope all who are under the weather feel better x
Theresa w xxx

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Beautiful card so elegant love the the borders gorgeous.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Janette MacArthur said...

Hi Sue - another stunning card today - the ideas you give us for using dies in different ways are so inspirational! I think the Heraldic Square is my favourite die just now - use it lots!!
Many thanks
Janette x

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Nice way to use this flower die and heradic square. I use my flowers a lot and they are well recieved.Really pretty card.
Anne M xx

Meg said...

This must have taken ages to make Sue but it's lovely.

Love and hugs
Meg xxxx

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
Yet another brilliant idea! I am certainly going to give that one a try!
The card is beautiful and I like how you softened it with the tiny flowers.
Tracy - hope all goes well today after yesterday's chapter of accidents! Well done you for seeing the funny side!
Love to all those going through difficult times.
Love Myra xxx

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Sue and the Wilsonettes,
Your card is stunning as per usual Sue and it's great how we do a lace technique, which is a gorgeous look to add to a project but normally takes a wee while to cut. It's nice when we get two looks for the price of one and showing just how different a flower can be is shown in todays masterpiece. The colour that you have accented it with is like a cinnamon spice which is a wee bit different from your usual colour schemes. I will look at the video when i have finished but i like to guess first, more to give the brain a workout than anything else, to see if i'm right in your teasers that you give us. Well at the moment Coste de Glenochil is bright and dry but we will see how long that lasts for as we are just waiting on the storms coming but being on a hill we don't suffer the same as the folk down in the valley of the hillfoots. They normally get cut off from this side of the county for days at a time because the river Devon over flows it's banks. The eejits that we have for builders up here also built on green belt land that was always that because it was a bog, but they built a whole load of houses on it and now the folk get what our poor friends in the top of England are going through. Anyway i'll shut up and let you all go but wish you all a good day and sending special hugs to Tracy, Melody and her family, Wheely Bad and Sheila who are going through a tough period at the moment and i am hoping that with the new year will be new good luck for all that really could do with it.
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

Paula said...

That is such a pretty card Sue! Another case of being able to see things outside the box, something I don't seem able to do. But oh, how I wish I could. :) Thank you so much for all you do to make our lives easier and our cards better.

Paula x

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Thank you for such a lovely card and great video, I really have to get that heraldic square

Tracy hope all goes well after yesterday's comedy of errors
Laine good to have you back

Hugs and best wishes everyone

sunshinepen said...

Morning Fantastic really like the idea of the card

Thanks for showing us.

Crafty hugs Pen x

Anonymous said...

Watched the video....that's amazing. Love it when there are multiple uses for dies. OMG...when God was giving out brains and talent, did you go through the line more than once? LOL You are so smart and talented. Jan D., Florida, USA

Suzzette Yandle said...

Stunning card with wonderful crafty ideas. I will try theses ideas for I now have each of these dies. I like how the fold over flower die changes the look by folding over and catching the chevrons. Thanks for the helpful video.

KarinsArtScrap said...

o wow stunning Sue, and very elegant, great design
Gr Karin

Pat James said...

Hi sue,
Gorgeous card today, hope your Christmas was a good one
Hugs pat xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,

What a lovely card, it's so pretty. I thoroughly enjoyed the video, everything so clearly explained, as usual. Thank you.

Love Brenda xxx

Anonymous said...

Gosh that makes it easy, I remember doing the same with a cutting knife and brass stencil, one slip and you have to start again! Lovely colours and that stamp says it all, I have it in my collection, and use it a lot.
carole eaton

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

I think this is such a pretty card. I like the latte effect border from the Diagonal Foldover Flower die and delicate colouring. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, another really lovely card and such a pretty colour. I have the Heraldic Square Die and have ordered some of the Canadian Dies so can't wait or them to come to try this.
Great Video

CraftyJo said...

This is lovely, tfs.

Dorothy Mutafopulos said...

Hi Sue ,
This idea of folding over that die and using it as a boarder instead of a flower is so ingenious.
Thank you for create such a fab card.

hazel said...

Hi Sue
You clever lady you always amaze me with all these different techniques. I really don't know how you manage to come up with them all, there are not two cards of yours that are the same. But thanks to you , you show us Crafter's what can be achieved which i truly thank you for. This is a stunning card Sue which i am going to give it a try but my cards never seem to be as good as your ones..
Take care
Hazel G XX

terrie said...

Beautiful card...I love the way those borders turned out...tfs
well done Sue

nannapat said...

Fabulous card Sue, such a very pretty colour. Pat x

Jane Franklin said...

That is such a lovely way to achieve the old lace technique. Thanks Sue, the video is brilliant and such a pretty card. Just great. Best wishes to all jxxx

barbara macaskill said...

Breath taking!! LOVE the look of this card so much!! Adding this die to my wish list!! TFS!

Eunice said...

Such an interesting way to use a die that I would never have bought!!! Now this does give me food for thought. Thanks for the lovely idea Sue!

Littlelamb said...

Beautiful card today Sue. I also remember doing the lace work and will look at the video with interest. Might have to put that die on my wish list

Karen M said...

Hello Sue,
Lovely card,video is very good,
Thank you
Best wishes
Karen M

ursula said...

I absolutely love this card today, just amazing how you mix and match your dies, and the idea with the flower die to tuck and fold is amazing.....must definitely give it a try as have several birthdays in January....thanks Sue...luv Ursula xx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a really beautiful card and I love the new papyrus cardstock. This shows lace work made easy, I may even be tempted to give it a go again. I'm sorry that I haven't tried my version of yesterday's card yet, no crafting got done today as when I got up this morning I found my oldest furry friend had died peacefully in his sleep and I think anything I made would have got very wet.

Tracy - hope the chemo went well today.

Laine - sorry, I meant to say yesterday that it was good to see you back.

Wheely Bad, Yvonne G and anyone else under the weather - I hope you all feel better soon.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

It certainly does make a good border. I love the gentle colours of this card as well.

Pearl said...

Wow Sue, just a gorgeous card and the use of the flower die as a border is inspired, I thought there must be another use for this die and this makes it so much more versatile than using it for flower making.

The video was just great.

Thank you so much, I'll be making sure to get this die now, I didn't think it was worth it as just a flower die but using it as a lasse type die it makes it more useful in my crafty stash.

I'll be getting back into craft mode as I have just been asked to make a special card for a friend so I must make use of all of the hints and tips from you Sue.

Lots of love and craftihappiness everyone.

Pearl x

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card. I too used to do lace, but then it seemed to go out of fashion, like spirelli. Still like the effect though.
Tracy, your poor nurse and poor you!! Hope chemo was ok, sending hugs.
Love and hugs to all, Alison xxx

liz spooner said...

Gorgeous card Sue, and such a good idea also love the heraldic square.xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
What a stunning card and a great idea. You have truly flabber my gasted!!!!
The video explains it wonderfully and is so much easier than lace.
love Maureen xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, This is gorgeous !! what a fabulous idea. I must watch your video now to see how you did it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Dawn Holben said...

This stunning and what a fab way of using the flower die, so different you would never have
thought it was designed to produce a flower.
I love the cards you design and the way you make sure we get the most out of the beautiful dies.

Lesley Cann said...

Another great card and video. What a brilliant way to make the borders with the diagonal flower die.

Janice Robinson said...

Hi Sue
What a wonderful card,will watch the video a little later.

Lynda's craft's said...

Good evening everyone
Gorgeous card today Sue very elegant I love how you have used the twisted flower die.for the sides.
Your video explains how to do it perfectly thank you.
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

Tracy hope you managed to have your chemo today after yesterday's escapades trying to get your blood.Big Hug's xxx
Lain good to see you back Hug's
Wheely Bad hope your feeling better & enjoyed Christmas Hug's & Cuddle's for Billy xx
TOB Theresa Hug's for you too.xx
BETH hope your ok Hug's xx
Deb C hope your ok Too Hug's xx

Hug's to all friends & everyone xx

Theresa Pace said...

lovely colour combo. great use of inks there, hugs xx

Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

It was one of those mornings when I expressed an audible wow! At the wonder and beauty of your card creation, and what a bonus that we have it on video too:-)
Like many of your ladies, I too spent many frustrating hours with a craft knife and stencil in hand determined to conquer the lace technique so I will be eternally grateful to you and your ingenious dies for making that process far less stressful and laborious
This is a stunning card and typifys your style beautifully, I really enjoyed taking some time out after a mound of ironing to appreciate a master at work. I have had my eye on the fold over flower die for some time, now I have no good reason not to make it my next purchase.
I've had a busy day catching up with some housework...after spending too many days watching movies on daytime tv....so back to reality with a bump! I always find the week between Christmas and New Year an odd time when you don't really know what day of the week it actually is and all normality goes out the window-roll on the return to routine and structure...after I've drank my own body weight in alcohol on Hogmany of course:-)
Tracy, what an ordeal you had to endure yesterday but I always find that facing adversity with a smile somehow helps the situation too. I hope that your chemo session passed without incident- how are you getting on with your wig? Are you able to wear it yet or are you still rocking the scarves look? Take care honeyxxx
Frances, thanks for welcoming me back, especially considering the shock you must be feeling at losing a furry family member:-( They are so precious and it is particularly hard to let go, your only comfort must be the fact that they passed so peacefully without pain or discomfort...I still miss my absent babies but I console myself with the thought that I will be with them again eventually and that they are never far from my side. Huge hugs to you my lovexxx
Yvonne, you have most definitely performed your motherly duties to an exceptional standard, if only I was twenty years younger......it will be hard to let go of your boys when the time comes, though I don't think they will be departing anytime soon, where else would they get such an enviable mancave? So Scrooge has left the building? Are you still on babysitting duties though or do you have a reprieve until after New Year:-) I call my mum Victoria Meldrew because she has got whinging down to a fine art- it's a generational thing, once you hit a certain age you feel it is your duty to point out the 'reality' of a situation as my mum puts it, I simply find rather her curmudgeonly in an oddly endearing way...if truth be known, I'm probably getting a glimpse of myself in 25yrs time:-) hope you're feeling well sweetiexx
Thanks for the well wishes and welcome back from Pat, Theresa, Lynda, Lorraine and others, it's really touching:-) Hugs to you all, not to mention Beth, Jan, Saba, Rebecca, Wheely Bad, Melody and all my blog buddiesxxx

Crafty hugs


Lorraine Freeman said...

Well Sue I must be one of the few crafters who hasn't done lace`, I was never that keen. Your take on it however is top-notch of course:)
I have been trying to work out the best use of my Christmas dosh . It's very difficult. Ordered pierced squares b for hubby to give me on my birthday. I think I will wait and see what deals Hochanda are going to do. Does it make any difference to you where we buy the dies from I wonder?
I have been more awake today so hoping to be even better tomorrow.
Laine, it is so fab to have you back. Huggles.
Tracy, I hope your chemo went ok. Huggles
Love n hugs to everyone.
Wishing good things to all xxx

Shirley T. said...

Hi Sue,

As usual - stunning.

Much love,

Shirley T.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I too struggled with the lace' technique & still have the stencils, so thankyou Sue for saving us time & fustration.
Marlene O xx

Angela Wade said...

Very pretty card, Sue.

Hugs to all,

Angela in S. Wales Xx

Sandy H said...

Beautiful card.

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Stunning card. so beautiful and more new techniques to show. Fantastic.
Di B. x

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Hi Sue,

I could not wait to open your video this morning. When I saw your completed card I just had to say "WOW" stunning.

Now here is another die to my wish list, not really as it is a "Must Buy" die.

Once you showed us on the video how to use it, my head started buzzing.

I have lots of cards to make this month, and this will be one of them.

Thank you so much for the lovely ideas

Love 'n hugs from Dorothy of Baldock

Margaret Rogers said...

This card is so pretty, and I love what you have done with the Foldover Flower die, it makes a ;lovely border.
Margaret xxx

magpie said...

Hi Sue thank you for your amazing videos as they really help by watching you do them. Gorgeous card and love the peach. I love the Heraldic die as it's so elegant. One day....... mmmmmmmm and what a wonderful way of using the Foldover Flower die too. Even though I haven't got any of your latest dies it's still lovely to see the things you can do with them xx Thank you Sue for your inspiration xx Love Karen xx Love and hugs to you all xx Love Karen xx

gailgale said...


Another Favorite!!!!!


Jules Ireson said...

Apologies for being so late commenting. I had take m cat to the vet yesterday, and ended p having have her put to sleep. I love this card, but even this can't lift the cloud I'm living under at the moment. Hope everyone is well. Jules x

Haze T said...

Hi Sue
Such a stunning card & love the border which you have created from the fold-over flower die, it looks amazing as does every design element of this beautiful card.
Just got my cuppa to watch the video & get inspiration from your great tutorials of everything you make.

Ahhhhhh Gorgeous........

Crafty Hugs
Haze T xx (Norwich)