Thursday, 24 March 2016

Gradient Glitter Technique

Hi bloggers!  Today's video is of an acetate folded card and shows how to create a gradient of colour using polished silk glitters.

 The finished dimensions are 5 3/4" x  6" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Beautiful card.
Bejay, sorry I missed your birthday yesterday, chin up girl, you still have that flower surprise to look forward too and it will be beautiful.
Daily hugs to all, especially Melody, Molly (would love to hear how things are with you), Tina and family, Theresa and family and all who just need comfort

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, absolutely gorgeous love it and this is still my favourite striplet.
Nancyd xx

TDQ Karen said...

I really like this striplet, lovely card

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
Another simply but beautiful card thank you tracyw x

Karen Derbyshire said...

Lovely card Sue, haven't got this striplet yet. ........

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card, great technique. Yvonne xx

hollyberry said...

Lovely card today.

auscrafts said...

Love this striplet

Jan on the Fosse said...

Amazing look to this card and my favourite striplet.Just love it

Muriel Kelly said...

Help Sue and all
loving the graduated colors, this card looks so classy in the silver and white. I am waiting for this striplet at the moment, so versatile.
I hope you all have a safe and blessed easter
Muriel x

hazel young said...

Beautiful card Sue x xhazel

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a beautiful card and, a great video.
Sue that is such a clever idea and you have glitters left to do a smile card.
Take care Kitty.

Anonymous said...

Great card, Sue, love your tailored ombre look with the glitter - so inventive! Have some old glitters and am planning a rainbow!! Very different for you, also with the acetate front panel. Brill video as always - thank you.
Bejay, hope your sister's card arrives even if it is late - keep us posted on the flower.
Laine - your Brodie, such a funny naughty boy. My lovely Miss Pushy (she of mwow mwow pick me up and mwow mwow cuddle me) just diagnosed with kidney failure at only 7 - devastated, such a wonderful little pushy cat, never knowingly ignored. (Yes, I do have lots of cats, love all animals and for the first time ever no dog as Mr 'P' has an overbalancing condition, he's worried if something happens to moi he can't walk it.) Hard times again.
Hope everyone has a good Easter with calorie-free chocs. Ha.

'P' in Wales

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Stunning card, love the graduated glitter look but will save the video until I can really enjoy it this evening. Just over a week until you're back on our screens and even better we break up for the Easter holidays today so I'll be able to watch your shows as they happen.
Belated birthday wished Bejay, sorry I missed the actual day, hope that your Amarylis blooms soon. Hugs to all. Sue XXX

Anonymous said...

Striplets always make a lovely card and this is no exception. Nice to have a smaller sized card. JJxx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. I love the ombré glitter effect. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Love the ombre glitter - very effective! Love this thank you die. Off to check the new ones!
Anne M xxx

Maria Illsley said...

Lovely card Sue I like that you have created some smaller cards my favourite size is 6x6 xxxx

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love the glitter and I have this die so will try this one. Will watch video later.

carol quinn said...

Love this one

PharmacyMichele said...

Stunning card, using my favourite die. Will try this technique over the Easter holiday.


June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, I like the look of this card, will be watching the video in a minute, I love glitter and bling so this one is going to be right up my street, and the card is not too big either which is lovely.

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

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous I love the design and the glitter is beautiful. I will be watching the video later when I get back from work. It is the last day before the Easter break. Take care. Hugs Jackie

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
Enjoyed watching Julia, and John, the new Wax looks pretty!
This a different card for you Sue, I will watch video with interest!
Take care
love Marg

Chris Curry said...

What a great card, especially if there is a man you want to say a special thank you to. Love the gradiation. Thank you Sue. Xx

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
Wow this is lovely, I love the circles striplet die set.
Thanks for sharing

Tina T said...

Good morning Sue and crafters all,
This is a stunning card and the ombré effect is brilliant .
Made this for my brothers birthday and he was amazed at using three glitters could give this the WOW factor.
Love this striplet die.

Love and crafty hugs
Tina T xxxx

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, this card is fabulous, love the idea of the glitter, more items to add to my wish list, and it looks brilliant with the acetate cover. Have a great day. Bx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. A beautiful card using a wonderful unisex striplet die that's on my wishlist. My problem is prioritising which die I want first!!
Thanks for another great video tutorial.x

Debra Kenworthy said...

Gorgeous card Sue! Love the ombre effect with the glitter. Debra x

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
I love the ombré effect it's beautiful, thank you for the video showing us how easy it is to achieve. Another fabulous idea for using your striplet dies.
Hugs x
Heather T

Anne said...

This looks so effective, Sue. I love this striplet.

Anne (Northampton)

rosiejt said...

Great card and great video!

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Your ideas just keep coming , Love todays card a really great idea.
Will watch the video later.
Take Care
Elaine H X

dmj from kettering said...

This idea seems good; will watch the video later!!

Doreen x

Jane Franklin said...

Loving the ombre effect a lot, so many uses. This card looks fun. Will watch the video later to see how its done. Luv jxxx

Aspiring crafter said...

Really different Sue and a card good for the men I think.
I love that striplet die!!

lilian said...

Hi Sue, lovely card,so different, might have a go at this although I don't have that die.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue

I also love that particular striplet and how you've created the design

A good card to make and store using other glitter colours and have readily available, with or without the sentiment, for that last minute card, then it will only need for you to add the appropriate sentiment

Thank you


June x

Suemac said...

This is a fun card.

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
I love the striplet dies, must play with my glitters more as I have a box full
Happy crafting
Love and hugs to all
Love Tina xxxx

Annie Pennington said...

Gorgeous card Sue. Love the glitter gradient, it's so pretty. The die is one of my favourites, it's so versatile.

Annie P

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card using one of your amazingly versatile striplets. Brilliant technique.
B xx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Love this striplet, it's so versatile and cuts beautifully every time I use it...thanks for the tip re mixing the glitters before sprinkling to achieve that graded effect...


Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, what a great technique - thank you for sharing it with us, and such a fabulous card to highlight the technique

Beryl Treble said...

Beautiful card Sue. Enjoyed watching the video.

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, great card, love the effect with the glitter, trouble is I get more glitter on the cat and myself. Even when you think you have got it all off, my daughter will say been making a card today Mum, you have got glitter in your hair. This would be a really good man card,

Love Rosemarie x x

ellyscard creatief said...

Lovely card.
Gr, Elly

Sylvia Yates said...

A very different card today Sue. You could also try as a man's birthday card. I like this idea thank you. Have a great day everybody
Hugs Sylvia xx

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue.
Ooooooh what a fabulous card this morning. I do love the look of that striplet. I'll have to get that one too of course. Will catch the video later xx
Lorraine East - radiotherapy is everyday excluding the weekends so it's about 4 weeks of treatment. And I have to travel 40 mins to Glasgow for it. I'm only in the machine for about 10 mins but seems like longer tho
Will be quicker going than chemo as that was every 3 weeks.

Bejay. - belated birthday wishes

Love to all xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Lovely card, great effect

Karen M said...

Morning Sue,
Beautiful card,lovely idea & very good video,
thank you
Best wishes
Karen M

Jan.moogie said...

Great video and great card Sue. Must admit never thought of doing this with my glitters but now you have set me thinking. Thanks for sharing, have a great day, hugs xxxxx

Elsie Smith said...

Hi Sue. A lovely card and a great effect with the glitters.x

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Love this effect. Off to watch your video now. SueL x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A great card, love the glittered effect. Will watch the video later.

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, very different from your usual cards, but looks amazing.
Will watch video later, off to cover my friends craft shop today,
Take care everyone, Jess xx

June Horrocks said...

Morning sue love the card the glitter is fab thank you xxxxxx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Fabulous card with my favourite striplet, love the ombré look with the glitters. As always thank you for the great video too

Hugs and best wishes everyone

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

A great card, sparkly yet classy. The striplet is so cute.

Going to watch the video later today.

Love Helen xxx

sued99 said...

Really like this one. Looking forward to seeing how it works.

fame01 said...

Hi Sue
OH WOW an eye catching card really love this one a show stopper
Hugs Sarah xx

Tressa said...

Well, well, another very interesting technique and very effective. Gorgeous card. Like the idea from P from Wales about perhaps a rainbow technique with various glitters. Might just have to take some pots and card with me up to our Welsh caravan to try it although I suspect my brother won't be too impressed with glitter all over the carpet. LOL


Kate's Cards said...

Very bold. xx

Littlelamb said...

Lovely card Sue and a brilliant idea. On my 'to do' list.

Sam Smithard said...

To My Special Dearest Friend Sue,
You've Done It Again, Another "Awesome Beautiful Card,"
A Little Small For Me But You Could Add Mat/Layer On To Make The Card
I Love The Fact That Really Any Off Your "Tremendous Striplets" Could Be
Used To Make This Card, I Love How You Try Out The Techniques First To
See If They Work Or Not, Like This Card You Found A Way Round What Went
Wrong. I Love How You Used The Beautiful Striplet Die With The Stunning Glitters
It Was A "Great Technique" We Could Use Any Of The "Glitter Colours" As Always Sue
Fabulous Imformative Information, Advising On The Best Way To Use The Products
Your Instructions On The Tremendous Videos Are So Easy To Follow And We Can
Watch Over And Over Its Like Having Your Talent Right At Home.
Take Great Care My Dearest Friend
Warmest Fond Wishes To Colin And Heather
Love And Huge Hugs To Yourself
Love From Sam xxx
Hugs To All Wilsonettes
Hugs To Lancashire Steph.

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Love the card Sue. love Jean xxx

Deborah Artliff said...

Good morning sue what a beautiful card and the design is wonderful

Debs cards xxx

Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

Wow Sue this is just gorgeous! Thank you for the demonstration. Your card turned out gorgeous!
♥ Jo's Scrap Shack ♥

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, I just love ombre technique!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lynda xxx

CraftyJo said...

This is lovely - and I *hate* glitter usually ;) :D

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue this is a favourite striplet and the effect you have created with the glitter looks great. Have a nice Easter love from Jackie xx

Gillyflower said...

What a super card Sue! Thanks for the tutorial, I have got both of these dies - can't wait to give this one a try! Hugs Gilly x

Suebak said...

I think you know by now that the sentiments are a favourite of mine. This particular one is enhanced by the black shadow and stands out beautifully. Circles are also something I have used more this year - there are a few around. I will be looking for this striplet die. There is a way around most things; I will remember your tip on graduating glitter when using sticky sheets. Thank you.

Susan x

Anonymous said...

Great card technique. BTW, there's a Scotch brand double sided vellum tape that works pretty well with acetate, too. The trick to it becoming invisible is to burnish it onto the surface really well. Not sure I'm making it clear.

Love the card today...another good one for the guys and I can imagine using other colors...thanks so much.

Jan D., Florida, USA

Paula said...

What an unusual card! Plus it's a smaller card, most of my cards have to be posted and bigger cards tend to get folded in the post so I like smaller cards. I make the most of the few cards I hand deliver though! Looks like I will have to do some shopping if I want to make this card, that will please the bank manager, sigh!
Hugs to all in need today,
Paula x

Val Jones said...

Just love this Sue. What a great technique.
Love Val x

Susan White said...

Interesting background effect, but I must say I'm not a mad fan of glitter even though I do like a bit of sparkle! Thanks for sharing, Susan x

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
What a gorgeous card sue x another great technique and suitable for those awkward ones ( men ! ) x will watch the video later as just finished work and off to make some cards x it still surprises me how therapautic crafting is. I made some cards yesterday next thing I know the family was coming home and wanting tea, the time had flown by along with my troubles x I think that your blog sue should be prescibed by the nhs so thankyou so much sue for all your hard work you do for us crafters x
Bejay happy belated birthday hope you had fun x
Tracy glad the radiotherapy didnt go too bad x sending you hugs x
Laine you do make me smile don't ever stop please xxx
Wheely bad sorry you are suffering so much wish I had a magic pill to make your migraines go away x sending you hugs too xxx
I do hope all the wilsonettes are well and sorry if I have missed anyone still playing catchup x
Theresa w xxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
absolutely beautiful, love the ombre effect. And the polished silk glitter is gorgeous, I always think it's like suede.
Hugs, Rose

terrie said...

Great looking card...I like the glitter look....well done Sue

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Really lovely card again Thankyou.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Great card. Hugs to all xx

Bejay Roles said...

Hi, Sue, Hi Everyone,
Now this looks like a VERY interesting card. I'm going to watch the video as soon as I've posted this.
Once again, thanks to everyone for the birthday wishes yesterday (and today). The day did get better as it wore on. I got a really pretty card from my sister-in-law...the original and best one, not the awful woman the man who used to be my brother is with now lol. My sister called me and we chatted for about an hour so that made up for the card not arriving. It got her today though and what a cheeky card it was lol. She popped it into the letterbox in the village she now lives in on Sunday, second class, and expected it to get to me on time. She used to live in Newquay and I'm in Truro, so she was about ten miles away and posting it so close to the day would work then but in November they moved across to a village just outside Spalding and I told her she's got to remember that it's got further to travel now lol.
As for the Amaryllis...the two flower buds that are thinking of opening look like a pair of bunny ears today and the buds don't look quite as tight, so I think it may be a 'go' for Easter. The suspense is killing isn't it this space, ladies :)
Bejay xx

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Beautiful card once more and I love this striplet die as it is so neutral and can be used for absolutely any occasion.

Stamps and Paper said...

Great technique Sue and lovely card...


KarinsArtScrap said...

wow gorgeous again Sue
Gr Karin

Gloria Robey said...

After Noon Sue ,I love the look of this card . This is on my to do list .Gloria (Sidcup) xx

Berina RGA said...

Such a lovely card!! Love the acetate part. Beautiful technique!
Moxie Craftie

Dawn Holben said...

I love this card and the striplet die.
This die just sings to me but has been the cause of some frustration lol
when I have the money to buy it I find it keeps being out of stock and when I don't have the money
it is back in stock. I will get my hands on it one day.
Today is the first day of hubby's reduncancy so having to really watch what we spend.

Suzzette Yandle said...

Your glitter ombre technique is fasinating. Interesting use of the acetate, too. Thanks for the video which will be very useful in trying the ombre effect.

barbara macaskill said...

Glitterific! LOVE the ombre glitter look! So pretty!

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Lovely Card. I agree with you, it is so pretty. I love the Ombre effect and how you have achieved it. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Evis M said...

Hi Sue,
I love the way you have graduated the glitter colours. I can't wait to give it a try.
Evis M.

IVY Cheong said...

Hi Sue, another beautiful card. Take care, Ivy C x

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Definitely one of my favourite striplets and I love this technique. It is very effective in grey.

Lesley Cann said...

Really like this striplet and the card is beautiful. Have not had time to watch the video yet but will do so this evening

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, who doesn't like a bit (or lots lol) of glitter? I certainly do and I love this card with its clever shading. I don't have this striplet - one of the few I don't have - but will try this with one of my others.

'P' in Wales - so sorry for Miss Pushy, is there anything the vets can do to help?
Alison - how did Scamp get on today, is she free?
Bejay - glad your day improved.


Lisbeth said...

Love this technique Sue, I can't wait until I have sold the house so I can get my glitters out again (I have no idea where they all are at the moment) and have a play. Interestingly, this card looks so dramatic as it looks as though the photos have been taken in black and white!


Wendy from Scotland said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card love the technique
Take care
Wendy x

Pearl said...

Another great card Sue, Thank you!

Pearl x

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Hi Sue, what a stunning card, I have saved your video on youtube to watch later, thank you for all your inspiration as always Sue x x x

Jan Moss said...

Hi Sue. Wow, love this card and the graduated colours. I have this Striplet die. So all prepared to have a go tomorrow. Hope you are well. Hugs. Jan.xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Another different type of card from your usual, using my favourite striplet die.
love to all.
Maureen xx

Karen Drew said...

How ingenious. Going to give this a go. This has to be my favourite far! I use this one the most
Karen xx

Janet Wilson said...

Love this graduated glitter look, beautiful card.

Theresa Pace said...

love this ombre effect. will have to wait to watch video, hugs xx

liz spooner said...

I like the look of this card Sue and the glitter is fabulous.xx

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Love your ombré card, thanks for the video, great size too!

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue what a beautiful card I would never have thought of mixing glitter to make different shades it's such a lovely effect thank you for sharing this technique with us

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue what a beautiful card I would never have thought of mixing glitter to make different shades it's such a lovely effect thank you for sharing this technique with us

Diane said...

Hi Sue
Yet another different card today, the shading of the glitter is interesting, I'm sure I've seen you or John demonstrate this on to. It's really effective.
Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx

nzillingworth said...


Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

There's not much I don't love about this circular striplet, it's delightfully retro with a modern twist and wonderful for male orientated cards. I really appreciate all the fabulous hints and tips you provide in your videos, we can benefit by your if there are any:-), just happy accidents!....and attempt to emulate your magnificence. The polished glitters are awesome, I have some in my stash but they remain unopened because I was at a loss as to what to do with them, now I know:-) I love the ombré effect and it is particularly nice with the added sparkle. Minimal dies for maximum effect! Thanks for a fab tutorial.
It's been one of those days when the mountain of housework calls so loudly they can hear it in the neighbouring street:-) The dirty washing will walk to the washing machine unaided, there are clumps of cat fur travelling across the wooden floor like tumbleweed and my duvet is covered in so much of Darceys cat fur that it's in danger of looking like a fur throw! What to do? Decided to tackle the ironing as a matter of urgency lest I develop a fur ball when I am in bed at night by inhaling the cat fur:-) it's so nice getting into a clean, crisp bed....I love my little princess sleeping with me but moulting season is a pain, it doesn't matter how much I brush her it comes off her by the handful:-(
I did manage to fit in a little remedial colouring afterwards, thought I'd better start with practicing the basic techniques before I attempt anything ambitious again...I tried to colour the skin of a stamped portrait that I had spent ages colouring the hair on only to completely muck it up with my poor blending skills, I felt useless and rubbish so back to the drawing pun intended:-)
P, I'm so sorry to hear about Miss Pushy, she sounds adorable and being so young it must have come as a terrible shock for you. What caused it and is there anything they can do for her? I sincerely hope so, I'll keep my fingers crossedxxxx
Alison, how did Scamp get on today? Has she been given her freedom again or will the cage stay for a little while longer? She has been so patient and good so she deserves to have the run of the house again, I just hope that she is more careful from now on otherwise it will be you that's having kittens:-)
Theresa, it gladdens my heart that I can help you smile even if it is at my dubious sense of humour:-) You have been through such a lot lately and I find that laughter, though hard at times, can be a great tonic that helps us cope with adversity. Sending you special hugsxxxx
I'm getting very excited about Sues upcoming release and tv shows, in fact I think I'll need double strength Tena Lady for the occasion such is my euphoria and lack of self control:-) I keep checking Icon to see if they are advertising the new launch but no sign as yet, the suspense is killing me. I have a feeling that we may see some pierced noble circles and ovals because Sue is so good at listening to the wants and needs of her adoring followers, but I'm sure that whatever she creates will be a massive hit and absolute essential on my lengthy list of must haves.
Hugs to Beth, Yvonne, Rebecca, Jan, Lorraine, Wheely bad, Linda, Pam, Melody, Maria and anyone who needs a comforting cuddlexxx


Barbara said...

Gorgeous card Sue!
Love the sparkle and bling of the glitter.

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,

Your Striplet dies always work brilliantly and this one is no exception, it's very different to earlier ones and works so well with your new statement dies. Love it!

Thank you, Love Brenda xxx

nannapat said...

What a lovely way to say thank you! Pat x

Elizabeth Beal said...

Hi Sue & lovely Wilsonettes*** writing from my iPad today & my day has been very hectic indeed so please excuse me if I forget to mention anyone who is going through a difficult or unwell time. Sincerely hope that SCAMP is ok & tasting freedom from crate. 'P' IN WALES*** I really feel for you with regards to Miss Pushy's kidney failure, it makes it so difficult to do what's best for our animals when they are poorly, because they can't tell us how they feel or what they need, we have to guess, love 'n' (((hugs))) for your lovely four paws & family x x x

Sue, I absolutely adore your glitter gradient technique, can't wait to try this myself, it goes perfect with the circles die, I was lucky enough to purchase this a while ago as it was always sold out. Thank you for your amazing card & for your video Sue, I appreciate your generosity in sharing with us. X x x

Must away now my friends as rather tired today, pray you all sleep well tonight & I will see you all tomorrow. Love to all & (((hugs))) to you Sue, family & anyone else in need of one. Take care Love Beth b x x x x x

Eunice said...

Very interesting card Sue!

DeeDee7770 said...

I have to be honest, when I first saw this striplet die, I really didn't like it (that's a first!). It is absolutely beautiful used in this card! I am shocked that it is so pretty. I guess that is why you are such a beautiful can envision it. Thanks Sue for showing an easy card! Have a great day!

Rosemary Stickland said...

An unusual card and an interesting video.
Rosemary xx

ursula said...

Quite different girl you Sue,it is really amazing, I have these dies so just might find some time this weekend to give it a try....luv Ursula xx

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card. Love the effect.

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue,

I love it I love it I love it!!! Circle striplet is a stunner and ombre glitter is fabulous. A nice one for a man an with colour changes could be for anyone... How about graduating sports team colours for the Footy fan/ rugby fan or for my best friend I'd do the colours her hockey team plays in. Hey, just think I've sorted most of my cards for the next year lol! I'm looking forward to next weekend when you'll be on TV, big hugs to you Sue from Billy and I xxx

Biggest hugs and love to Tina and family. Billy sends you a big doggy cuddle xxx

Billy sends big paw hugs to Miss Pushy cat and P. I hope the vets can help, P big hugs xxx

Theresa W, thank you, much appreciated xxx brain almost on a level and just in time, I hope it sticks for the next 48hrs at least. I'd even take just the next 48hrs if it was a certainty and pay after!!! Big hugs and I hope you're OK too xxx

Bejay, happy belated birthday, hope you had a good time and were spoilt rotten! Big birthday hugs xxx

Alison, how is Scamp? Billy sends paw hugs and big hugs from me xxx

Laine, I got so much hair out of Billy on Monday after he'd dumped a load of it over every piece of furniture and clothing in the house, my garden looked a bit like something dreadful had happened, big clumps of hair scattered over the grass. None left now as the local crows came to collect it for their nests. Love watching those big birds intelligently hopping round the garden picking up bundles of dog hair! Billy sends paw hugs to the pusses and looking forward to Brodie's next naughty antics! Big hugs and hope you're OK.

Lynda, big hugs from me and from Billy dog xxx

Tracy I hope the radiotherapy isn't interfering with your crafting too much and hope you don't feel too ill with it, big hugs xxx

Jan D in Florida, great hint about the Scotch vellum tape. Will look for some on Amazon as I'm never happy when attaching vellum or acetate. Thanks and big hugs xxx

My little sister is here tomorrow for help with her hairdressing competition costume. On Saturday I'm having my eyes tested in the afternoon so I get to see the outside world lol, need my body to play ball in a big way. Back is being naughty too but I don't need that for an eye test, just for sitting up tomorrow afternoon. Wish me luck friends... Please! Soon as I'm done here I'm off to bed, not taking any chances so a good 8 hours is the first step. Hoping to find time to visit over these two days and if not and as long as I don't pay for my exertions I'll be back Sunday. Should that not happen I want to wish you all a lovely Easter weekend and I hope you all get lots of chocolate... Or an alternative of your choice :-)

Big hugs to all of you, extra big hugs here should you need them,

T x

iReneM said...

Love this.

The glittery ombre effect is gorgeous,


Dorothy Mutafopulos said...

Hi Sue,
I always say everything looks better with glitter but this is so awesome !!! Love it! Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue. Another of your beautiful cards. Love the ombre effect with the glitters. This one would be a great one for the guys but then you could change the colours for either male or female.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Sandy H said...

Gorgeous card. Love the striplet.
Take care everyone.

Rosie said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card today
Do love your striplet and thank you for sharing your tutorial
Hugs Rosie xxxx

Nannieflash said...

Oh dear Sue, missed this yesterday and how clever are you with the glitters it looks stunning. hugs Shirleyxxxxxx

America said...

AWESOME CARD - love the black and white with these cuts- and that sparkle tops it off perfectly!

julie laz said...

Hi sue, now that's different, love it, crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

Jenny wren said...

Hi Sue
Late comment, sorry. Just looked a the video will have to try this one.
Jennywren x