Thursday, 14 January 2016

Embossed Wax Paper Resist





Hi crafters!  Embossing wax paper then using it to create a resist is a fabulous way to create a unique background.  I show you how to take this technique a step further in today's video.











The finished dimensions are 8" x  8 3/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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135 comments:

Pam said...

Lovely card, so beautiful. Love the background
Hugs and caring thoughts to Melody and family, Tracey and all who are in pain or sad for whatever reason.

auscrafts said...

lovely card with a interesting background

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, this looks interesting!!!
Will watch video later, I'm off to work: (
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lynda xxx

Jan.moogie said...

Simply stunning card today Sue, love it. Have a great day, hugs xxxxx

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
what a great technique with the wax paper must try this out because this card is stunning love the colours and the dies thank you tracyw x

hollyberry said...

Amazing background,love the card.

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, was having a look at your new die releases, WOW they are stunning can't wait for you to show what you do with them
Happy crafting
Love and hugs to all
Love Tina xxxx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, looking forward to seeing the video on this when hubby gets up. The card looks really lovely.

I have been looking at your new releases of dies, wow, I am sure we are going to have some fun with these.

Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card, Lovely background will watch video later. Yvonne xx

HeatherT said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card, love the background.
Thanks for sharing,
Heather Treble

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card
I will try this - it is lovely
Pat x

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A beautiful card, Thank you.
A great video with a brilliant technique.
Sue I have just seen your new dies and stamps once again they are beautiful.
Take care and have fun Kitty.
ps I like ironing.

Karen Derbyshire said...

An interesting technique Sue, lovely!

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Gorgeous card and I love being able to watch your videos to see clearly how you do things. The wax paper technique is another that I must try, roll on the weekend!
Molly - it was lovely to hear from you, I'm sorry that things are so difficult for you and your family at the moment. Sending lots of hugs and good wishes to you all. Sue XXX

Rosalind McLellan said...

Hello Sue

Hmmmm that looks very interesting, must try it.

Love
Roz.x

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. The flowers are so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love this so textural. My bed of roses EF arrived yesterday. Wow! I just love it already. Will watch video later. I see you have more dies on the way. I think I can feel a blogathon coming soon. I do hope so!

PharmacyMichele said...

Gorgeous card & a really lovely background.

Michele

PharmacyMichele said...

Molly-so glad you could leave a comment yesterday. I hope things get better for you soon.

Michele

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
A beautiful card today I love the background it's stunning.
Day 4 of babysitting today thank goodness it's not often I do a full week. Getting a bit tired now we forget how much energy it takes looking after babies. They are a joy though.
Have a great day
Maggie

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. WOW! What an amazing card!! I can't wait to get my hands on some gloss card and have a go myself. Stunning colours, really eye-catching. Thank you for the great inspiration.x

anne mather said...

Hi Sue,
Great background on this card. Great technique on the video!
I'm working on birthday cards for family and I managed to teach my eldest grand daughter some techniques to use in her Uni project - and she passed!
She enjoyed learning and I enjoyed teaching her. I must get back to passing on my knowledge in classes but my job keeps me so busy - 12 hour days and a lot of driving.
When the weekend comes I'm so ready for it but I want to keep up with my crafts.
I know how you feel Maggie - my turn for the grandkids this weekend and a full week would be so tiring.
Crafty hugs
Anne M xxx

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous I love the background. I am so looking forward to watching the video to see how it is done. Have a great day today. Hugs Jackie

lilian said...


Hi Sue, lovely card, just all the blue cards
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, this card is beautiful, love the background and the layout. Great video showing how to achieve the effect. Have a great day. Bx

Jan on the Fosse said...


Hi Sue
Great for a man card without the flowers .Must give it a go.
Thanks
Jan

dmj from kettering said...



This card looks lovely, off to watch the video,



Doreen x

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great card Sue.

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I remember wTching you do this technique, it gives lovely results. The new release look fabulous.

Love Rosemarie x x

A Happercrafter6 said...

Good morning Sue. This looks beautiful. Will watch t.he video later.
Jan
Northampton

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card Sue love the colour x xhazel

Val Jones said...

Hi Sue, so looking forward to watching this technique. It looks beautiful and sounds really interesting.

Love Val in Spain x

Tressa said...

A great technique for making a beautiful background. Lovely card. Thank you.

Teresa

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, This is a brilliant technique !! I love how it turns out, and I had to chuckle at your 'quip' about the ironing hahaha. A stunning card, and I will be trying this when I get some gloss card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Debra Kenworthy said...

Lovely card! Love the background you've created, a great technique. I'm really enjoying seeing different crafting ideas coming into the cards.

Hi Muriel. I found the video thanks. Once I watched it I thought of course that's how they're made! Thanks again for your help, Debra x

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Gorgeous card, am looking forward to watching your video later :-) Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

TDQ Karen said...

Great idea. I havent tried this technique but definitely one to try

Diane said...

Hi Sue
Oh wow Sue this is beautiful and a different technique - must give it a go. I have to say the bed of roses embossing folder is a firm favourite of mine too and seems to win each time. Thank you for sharing
Love Diane G xxxxx
Ps I like to iron - it's a good excuse to watch craft on TV! Xxxx

Sam Smithard said...

To My Very Special Friend Sue,
Well Another Truly Tremendous Video And Outstanding Card,
I've Watched This Video Previously On "YouTube" But It's Always Wonderful
To Watch Once Again.
I Love The Fantastic Technique You've Shown Us Using The Wax Paper
And The Gloss Card, The Distress Inks Really Bring Out The Beautiful
Embossing Folder, I Really Love That Embossing Folder It's So Beautiful
Stunning Effect Thank You So Very Much For Sharing All Your
Wonderful Ideas With Us I Say This Daily But You Really Do Inspire Me!!!! And I Do So Appreciate It.
I've Seen The New Die Releases They Are Quite Amazing I Need To Save Up As There Is Quite
A Number I Need.............
I'd Been Watching Phill Martin On Hochanda And He Used One Of Your Dies From
The Caribbean Collection "St Barts" (I Think) I Went To Check To See If I'd Purchased That
Particular Die As It Was So Stunning I Found Out I Hadn't So I Ordered Straight Away, I'll Never
Be Rich..... Ever.......
My Television Is All Set For This Weekends Truly Tremendous Shows On Hochanda I Can't Wait To
Watch All The Great Demos And Pick Up All The Great Tips And Techniques, It's Great To See Lisa
Will Also Be Part Of The Team So They'll Be Four Of Them It's So Very Sad Your Not Here Then It Would
Be "The Fantastic Five"
Please Take Care My Dear Friend
Warmest Wishes To Your Wonderful Mom And Colin, I Hope Heather Has Lots Of Very Warm Clothes With The Very Cold Snowy Weather In New York.
Love And Huge Hugs To Yourself
Love From Sam xxx
Hugs To All Wilsonettes
Huge Hugs To Lancashire Steph x
✂️ Carry On Creating ✂️

Anne said...

What a great technique. I have had some of this wax paper for years as we use it for helping us prick our lace patterns. Will give it a go later.

Anne (Northampton)

Evis M said...

Hi Sue.
Love the card. Will watch the video later on today.
Had a preview of your new dies yesterday and pre-ordered two of them.
Hope that one day we will have dies named after places in G.B., or have I missed them?
Take care,
Evis M.

carol edwards said...

Loved the video Sue thank you. The card is really great.x

marg said...

Hello Sue
Had a look at your new Dies and again more I want to buy!
I will watch the Video with a pen and paper !
Take care
love marg

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. Another beautiful card. I used to do the wax technique but then so many different techniques come along to try that you forget some of the ones you used to do and this is a simple one to do with stunning results. Thanks for another great video.
Take care everyone. Woke up to snow this morning and its still falling in Durham.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this card is so gorgeous and I love the lacey effect. Will be watching the video later today. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Pen Sunshinepen said...

Hi Sue,

Love the video great, and the card is beautiful

Crafty hugs Pen x

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card off to watch video now.
Nancyd xx

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
I love the card, video and technique thanks for sharing.
Hugs x
Heather T

gwen70 said...

Beautiful card, will watch video later

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Lovely card, will watch the video later.
Lydia
X

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card again ,beautiful flowers and arrangement it
all looks very interesting , will watch the video later ,
Elaine H X

Annie Pennington said...

I absolutely love resist techniques, this looks fabulous.

Love the happy birthday die, another one for my wish list

Annie P
xxx

Aspiring crafter said...

Love this card Sue and looking forward to video. I have used this technique before , but so long ago I have forgotten it!!
XxxRuth

sandy acland said...

A lovely card, love the blue:0)

Sandy (tort)

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, lovely card and colours will have ago . love Jean Z xxx

carol quinn said...

Beautiful card
Carol

Linda Norris said...

Hi Sue,

Beautiful card, the background looks fab. Great video too.

Angela I hope Sooty continues to improve x

Yvonne I hope your feeling better soon x

Sending best wishes to Melody, Molly and family x

Hugs
Linda xx

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue, what a fabulous technique I will definitely give it a try as it looks not to hard. Stunning result. hugs Shirleyxx

Beryl Treble said...

Gorgeous cad Sue. Have tried this technique with the wax paper but not re-embossed.

June Horrocks said...

Hi sue stunning card I love it and the Vidio the colours are lovely thank you xc
Love always June Horrocks xxxxxx

Stamps and Paper said...

Gorgeous card Sue and a lovely technique...

Anne

Nicola Belshaw said...

Wow what a great technique and a great use of wax paper. Love it x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card and such a beautiful background. I really must try this!
Sending my good wishes to everyone, keep, warm!
Lesley S x

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Very pretty card love the technique.


Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Lesley Cann said...

Lovely card and a great technique. I have seen you demo the wax paper technique before and your explanations are so good to follow.

ellyscard creatief said...

Lovely card.

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue,, very different technique, will watch video later.
Very frosty here today but thankfully, no snow.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

IVY Cheong said...

Wow I love the wax paper technique! Beautiful result beautiful creation, will be trying this out definately, take care, Ivy xx

rolfi said...

Good morning Sue,
what a fantastic new technique... I mean this technique was new to me. I´ve never saw this before. I will try it for sure and by the way your card is beautiful.
Rolf xxx

Shirley T. said...

Hi Sue,

Love the card. Thanks for sharing.

Much love,

Shirley T.

Kate's Cards said...

Interesting background technique and a lovely card. xx

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning lovely Sue and the our Wilsonettes,
This is a beautiful card with the black used to enhance the sentiment and pop the blue and white back ground. I love how you have made the solid white frame and made it pretty with your configurations die that you have used. I will go and watch the video after dropping my boy off at college and seen to the surveyors that are coming out to survey Mum's house. I got in yesterday some of that lovely card stock you use namely in wisteria, iris and the pretty aqua that looked so pretty in your card that i watched the other day. I also bought 4 of the mini smoothies in the hope that they are a better size for my hand to grip as the big ones just hold my hand at the wrong bit and somebody called Arthur Ritis pays me an unwelcomed visit. I can't wait to get playing with my new lovely things.
Well up here at my lovely Ochils we have beautiful snow on them and as long as it stays there it can look as stunning as it likes, lol. WE also have an unusual phenomena i think it used to be called Sunlight back through the ages and i think that's where it has stayed so it is lovely to have some sunshine although a tad cold. The surveryor for the bairns that are buying Mum's house has just been out so hopefully that will be all that is needed now. The house need's to have some happiness again just like we had as a family in it and hopefully before too long it will have some little baby cries coming out of it, :)
Sending hugs to all of my Wilsonette friends that really need them at the moment and my prayers and thoughts go with them. Hugs to all others that just could do with someone thinking of them,
love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil Village)

Muriel Kelly said...

Hi Sue and all
Great Video, gorgeous card. I remember you demonstrating one like this on Hochanda and you used the Sea Garden embossing folder which I fell in love with but don't seem to be able to get hold of. Does anyone know if it is available somewhere that mails to Australia?
I had the same light bulb moment while making the messy bow with that video Debra, but they are such a handy and easy bow to make, I use them a lot. Glad it helped.
Another storm tonight, was in the mid 30 deg C today, supposed to be 22 tomorrow, quite a difference !
Have a fabulous day,
Muriel x

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
What a fabulous card, and I've always thought that this is the best use of an iron!!!
Muriel, I'll try to find out about the embossing folder for you and will post on Sue's blog tomorrow. We have snow, freezing cold, and with the wind chill it's about -5 deg C, welcome to my World!!!
love to all
Maureen xxx

Lorraine Freeman said...

Love today's technique, not one I have tried yet and probably won't as I am allergic to ironing. I will just admire your efforts.
Molly, it was so good to hear from you but I am so sorry you and yours are having such a rough time. Massive hugs to you all xxx
Laine, stop it I can't have alcohol so hot toddies are forbidden and so are lemsips as I already take the limit of paracetamol. I am feeling a bit better anyway and have some more voice so fingers crossed.
Angela, I hope Sooty continues to improve.
Must use my notebook next time as I know I have forgotten to comment on stuff I wanted to.
Will try and keep getting better
Wishing good things to all xxx

America said...

What a fun technique to try. Super lovely results! The framing is awesome with its peeking adorned edges.

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
Sorry I've not been blogging recently!!! Chaos!!! What a gorgeous card!!! Loving it....off to watch video now!
Love
Sam
xxxx

June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

I love this technique and already have my iron heating ready to make my card!

Smiles

June x

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. The background is lovely. Thanks for your video.

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

I think this is a Beautiful Card. The background is so pretty, I will have to try this technique. I like the clean appearance of the card and lovely colouring. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Sue MacFall said...

Lovely card again, I must watch the video and see how to do this technique.
Many thanks,
Sue Mac

Bejay Roles said...

Morning, Sue,
What a cool technique!! Finally I've found a use for my new iron! I bought it about two years ago after my old one fell from the top of the fridge/freezer, hitting me on the head on the way to its death on the kitchen floor. I tend to use my dryer on anti-crease and fold my laundry so that it doesn't need to be ironed, so I'm really thrilled that I didn't completely waste my money buying a replacement iron lol.
We had some sunshine yesterday morning down here in Truro...I wish we hadn't though as I did something really stupid...I went out to the back garden and dug up two apple trees and replanted them in a different part of the garden. So now my already trashed back has given notice to quit and I'm not able to do much more than sit with my laptop today. At least I got them replanted before the heavens opened in the afternoon. The sun is shining again right now but there's no way I can get anything else done outside today. Perhaps I can drag myself into the craft room and see if there's anything I can do in there instead lol.
Hugs to everyone who could use them.
Bejay x

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card and great video as always with a different technique for creating backgrounds, thank you

Molly, so sorry to hear your Nan has been so ill hope she gets back home soon and that the council sort out a house so your family can all be together again. Sending you all love and hugs
Norah hope all goes well with the surveyors report

Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

Paula said...

That's a pretty card Sue, I'm looking forward to watching the video so I can understand what you've done. :) Off to make the usual cup of tea so I can relax and watch it.
Paula x
(WelshPaula)

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Stunner of a card, I love that background. And the video is great, I think it would be difficult to follow without visual aid.
Sheer elegance once again (the card of course), every single element in it.
Hugs, Rose

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue
Haven't seen this technique with the waxed paper before, but it is one which I will be trying out, and I love the card.
Margaret xxx

Lisbeth said...

Love the card, I suppose it's because it's blue and white. I will have to try the technique. I am so grateful that you are able to show us how to do it by video as I find it easier to follow than a written description. Thank you

Lisbeth

sued99 said...

Really interesting background. I'm off to watch the video for a reminder on how it is done.

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, fabulous card, I am so glad you showed this technique in a video as I couldn't remember how to to it - so thank you so much, am off to have a try
Wendyx

Anonymous said...

Ironing??? Isn't that why God gave us dry cleaners? I'm with you on the "no ironing"...LOL I do keep a travel iron in my craft room for just such projects and straightening crumpled ribbons, etc. Loved the video and this technique...beautiful results. Thanks for the wonderful ideas. Jan D., Florida, USA

Chris Curry said...

Lovely card Sue. Watched you doing this on the tv too and liked the result very much. Making my list of must haves from your new dies and looking forward to the weekend. Thank you, xx

Anonymous said...

Brilliant video, Sue, thank you - lovely background technique so perhaps the iron is due for an outing - not a believer in using it too much!!
Also saw your new releases and looking forward to your take on them, lots to lust after but still haven't caught up with the first release lol.
Molly - can't believe your family could have the bad fortune to have so many problems, so hoping your nan is soon better and back with grandad and also that you have a new house before too long. What a lot of worry. Keep smiling and crafting!
Angela Wade, so sorry about Sooty and hope you can keep her going on the special diet, wouldn't we do anything to help them.

'P' in Wales

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Looks really interesting. I do like the happy birthday die. Just searching for it now

Jackie Durrant said...

Hi Sue, intetesting technique for the beautiful background love from Jackie xx

Berina RGA said...

Beautiful card Sue!! Nice technique!! I love the background you have created!!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

KarinsArtScrap said...

wow this is so very beautiful again sue
Gr Karin

weefortune said...

Lovely card Sue, have a great DAy Elaine

Pearl said...

Lovely card today Sue and the wax paper technique is so good, thank you so much for sharing this with us all.

Lots of love and craftihappiness everyone,

Pearl x

barbara macaskill said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! As soon as I am done checking my email I am running to my craft oasis to give this a try!!LOVE the 2nd embossing and inking!! Absolutely magical!! TFS!

terrie said...

Such a lovely card...I like the texture that the wax paper gave you....
I did this technique a long time ago...I'm going to give this a try again...tfs
well done Sue

Yvonne G said...

Afternoon Sue
Have not watched the video yet but loving the look of this card. Got a few of your videos to catch up on but have tried to have a catch up on comments today.
I do love a new technique and you always inspire me to try anything you demonstrate so brilliantly. My intensions are always there to immediately run to my craft room and throw myself whole heartedly into creating masterpieces that will slightly resemble a Sue Wilson original. Sadly my intentions are always sincere but rarely
fulfilled x
I have slightly overdosed on Particraft today. Nothing else achieved, which was intentional but with more than a weeks worth of missed posts it is quite a feat to achieve in one sitting.
I managed to open the pile of post which had accumulated and had completely forgotten about the orange blossom bundle which I ordered from Hochanda when Sue last graced our screens. Oh joy. I am a happy bunny even if I am unable to put them to good use as yet - I will have to satisfy myself by stroking them and imagining what I will lovingly create when the time is right.
My New Years resolution of tidying and keeping my craft room tidy has not yet been realised but I am still very enthusiastic about this at present. Watch this space x
LORRAINE - in my absence I missed your Birthday - belated happy wishes and huggles!! Sounds like you were suitably spoilt - rightly so x
TXCOWGIRL - my thoughts and prayers are with you x
LAINE - be a good girl and stay out of the bath. Surely it's worth staying smelly to make sure you don't get another infection. Hope you are feeling well. You seem to have been getting your priorities wrong whilst I have not been around to keep an eye on you. With mention of jackets and sequinned cardigans from LK Bennett (as oppose to Primark), and then a mention of not owning any of the dies from the last release I would like to question your dedication and ability to prioritise. Having seen the upcoming release I am a little worried that you will become completely overwhelmed by desire and then we will find ourselves in all sorts of trouble. Sit yourself down and give yourself a serious talking to x
MOLLY - welcome back sweetie - we have missed you - I am so sorry to hear about everything that has been going on. You take care and lots of love to you and your family x
ELIZABETH LOUISE - welcome to the wonderful world of Wilsonettes x
I am saving my story as to why I have not been about until tomorrow. I will enlighten you (whether you want me to or not) in tomorrows comment. I have a few friends popping over tonight bringing some form of sustenance to assist me in my pledge to avoid any strenuous activity. I think I should just go with the flow if people want to make my life easy - would hate to upset anyone x
Take care everyone
Crafty hugs
Yvonne
x

Suzzette Yandle said...

Thanks for sharing this wax paper resist technique with double embossing. Lovely effects. Now I wonder where my iron is now so I can try this technique?

Janet Hampson said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card and video, love this technique, have got the wax paper just need the gloss card.
Love Janet x
from Wakefield

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Beautiful card again today with a technique I must try. Seen a sneak peak of your January launch and can't wait to see some samples going to be very hard to pick again!!!

Rosemary Stickland said...

Love this card and enjoyed watching the video .....
this is a technique I will certainly be trying out!
Rosemary xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I love the look of this technique.
Thank you for the demo.
Veronique L

Littlelamb said...

A beautiful card today Sue . Must try this technique. Very good video. Thank you for sharing this.

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi again Sue. I've had the gloss card in my stash ready to try this technique since day one of finding your blog - 2 years now !! Think I may have the confidence now to give it a try especially as it was one of your demo's on Hochanda recently.
Today's card is beautiful.

Still not had the service Sue, but we drive down to Birmingham on the 26th ready to say farwell and I'm dreading it.
I said I'd find my way home and start to comment again, but can't read those left before me I'm afraid.
hope all is well.
Lancashire Steph xx

Dawn Holben said...

A gorgeous card again today Sue, I love the results from the resist technique
and really must have a go at it.
I have sometimes found I want a coloured texture but never have the right colour
and this will be so useful.
Thank you for another fab video too, I shall be getting my iron out tomorrow
if I can remember where it lives lol

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue.
Fab technique. Will give it a go along with all the other stuff I've yet to try lol. I do love ur videos.

Laine. Yeah I'm doing fine doll. Next round on Tuesday :-(.

Angela wade. Hope sooty gets better soon. Chin up chick.

Molly. Was lovely to see u back on again.
So sorry that ur family is going through such a difficult time. Hopefully you will get a new house soon. And that nan and grandad will also perk up soon as well. Xx

Karen Drew said...

Beautiful card. Am very intrigued on how to do it so going to watch video after dinner
luv
Karen xx

Lynda's craft's said...

Good afternoon Sue & everyone
Wow I love this card & brilliant technique I loved the background & video wonderful.
Sorry didn't get in yesterday Sue we had Internet trouble. The card was beautiful.
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

MOLLY lovely to see you but so sorry Nan has been so I'll Hope you get your house
sorted soon so you can all be together again sending You Nan & Grandad lots of gental Hug's.xxx

Tracy hope treatment is going ok lovely friend hows Allis doing love lynda xxx

Wheelybad hope your feeling better Hug's & cuddles for Billy xx

Hug's for all friends xxx

CraftyJo said...

Looks fascinating, will watch to see just how you achieve something so beautiful :)

Theresa Pace said...

awesome background. i really need to try this. fab colours here, hugs xx

Janice Robinson said...

Hi Sue
What a clever technique,love the background and the cards stunning .
thank you for the video.

Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

Hellooooo! I'm in such a good mood today and seeing your card has only served to make me proper giddy with delerium. Yes, you've guessed it, despite my best intentions I haven't had a chance to watch today's video but I did manage to see you use an iron technique on one of your shows and I wonder if this is similar. It's a beautiful card I love the colour, texture and dimension that you have so cleverly introduced...I think I love you Sue, maybe I haven't said this nearly enough but you are a goddess in the world of crafting and I bow to your superior grasp of such a challenging hobby, you never cease to amaze and surprise me at every turn and I think I love you....did I just say that?:-). Joking aside Sue, you are awesome and I don't care if I am becoming a bit creepy or stalker like, I just thought you should know.
Why am I so happy I ask myself? Could it be that I have won last nights lottery?Nope, could it be that I have just pre ordered Sues entire new release? Sadly no, could it be that George Michael has declared himself straight and proposed to me? Nah, in my dreams, I'm actually happy because it was sunny today and the ground was coated in a fine layer of the white stuff:-) wonders will never cease!
It made doing the ironing bareable.
Yvonne, me old mucker!, welcome back to the land of the living. What is this story you are teasing us with? Be careful that you don't build up the hype only to disappoint- my mind is working overtime wondering what borderline illegal caper you have been getting embroiled in, well considering you are still in one piece...barely, I guess all is good but please put me out of my misery! I did have a bath this morning but only to my waist( the wound is further up my back) so I thought it was a good compromise:-) it's not as sore as the last time, only three paltry stitches so I've got no complaints. I didn't even milk it with my Mum to get out of doing the dishes, I must be losing my touch!
Waited on hand and foot I ask you! I've got a feeling that you are quite used to be a lady of leisure considering your aversion to housework and reluctance to cook a square meal without guilt tripping your well trained sons into taking you out for a meal, now you have your friends roped in as well....maybe I should get some tips from you, my mum definitely needs to pull her weight more:-)xxx
Angela, what a relief that Sooty has picked up again and is eating- many of us can appreciate how heartbreaking it is when our babies get ill, old age comes to us all but can be so cruel, treasure every momentxxxx
Steph, how lovely to hear from you, it's been so long and you have been missed. Hope you are well and can pop back again and againxxxx
Hugs to Tracy, so glad you're still okay, Beth, Lorraine, Linda, Maria, Jan, Rebecca, Saba, Wheely Bad, Theresa and all my blog buddiesxxx

Laine1972xxx

Elsie Smith said...

Hi Sue. A beautiful card, love the resist background.xx

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue! I haven't tried this technique yet but it is on my list of things to do.

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue a really pretty card and I love the wax paper embossing technique. I promise I will try it one day as I have everything required.

Angela - so sorry for Sooty, I hope he continues to eat well and gets better soon.

Molly - so good to see you back but I am heartsore at all the troubles you and your family are suffering. I hope Nan and Grandad are getting better and that the council find you a decent home very soon.

Frances

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Another gorgeous card with a another fantastic technique, love the look of the wax paper it has so many options in the ways to use it.
Di B. x

Laura O said...

fab card ,great technique ,Laura O

Jean said...

Beautiful!

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,

Beautiful card, love Blue and White, the background technique is definitely one to try.

Thank you for the inspiration, Brenda xxx

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Gorgeous card and great technique. Will be giving this a go.
Steph, good to have you back xx
Sending love and hugs to Melody, Francis and Molly and also Tracy xxx
Love to all from an extremely chilly Durham, love Alison xxx

nannapat said...

Saw you demo this Sue and I tried it with stunning results. Thank you. Pat x

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I'm very late today. I haven't seen the video yet but not been at home today!
The card is beautiful and I remember the technique from before but I need to see what else you have done.
Molly - you have been missed! I was very sorry to here Nanna had been so poorly and I hope she it's feeling a lot better. Sorry Grandad not too well either. Take care and keep crafting!
Love to all, especially my dear friend Saba tonight! xxxx

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
GREAT VIDEO. I DONT DO MANY BLUE CARDS BUT YOU CHANGED MY MIND WITH THIS CARD, I HAVE TO GIVE IT A GO. THANKS FOR THE INSPIRATION.
BORN AGAIN SPELLBINDER
NADINE HUG XXXX

Jean Bullock said...

Gorgeous! I am very excited about the technique you shared. Definitely want to try this. I pinned. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/415386765611391734/

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Ooooh love this technique, so pretty

Deborah Artliff said...

Morning Sue this one is stunning and I love the colour and the design is wonderful

Debs A xx

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Hi Sue,

I have not seen this technique done before, loved the video as always. Love the colours too. Beautiful.

Love n hugs from Dorothy of Baldock

Janet Wilson said...

Great technique, makes a gorgeous background

ursula said...

Missed this yesterday, what an amazing technique, one I will definitely try..have all the necessaries to do it....thanks Sue...luv Ursula xx

Eunice said...

Very interesting technique, thanks for the wonderful video.

Diane Wilscam said...

I so love your cards you make it look so easy. Wish your products were easier to get in States