Monday, 4 April 2016

Just Because

 Hello crafters!  I had wanted to demo this card as the technique is nice, but I ended up using a frame around it that wasn't on the shows so opted against it.  I will do my best to explain it though.  I started by covering a piece of card with a sticky adhesive sheet (I think I used black card, but it won't show so any colour will work).  I peeled the backing off and gilded it with Persian Dawn Gilding flakes.  Out of that piece, I cut the Sydney die shape.  I find it easier to do this rather than gilding the delicate dies, and there is another piece left with the negative shape that can be used in another card too.  Next I covered a piece of acetate with a sticky adhesive sheet.  You do need to lay it down so as not to capture a load of air bubbles, so I find that starting at one end and pushing towards the opposite end works best.  Next I peeled the other half of the backing paper off and laid the Sydney face down in the centre.  I covered the remaining exposed adhesive with Iced Snow so it becomes encapsulated under the acetate.  Now the acetate is turned so it is the front of the card.  I cut a double layered frame using both of the Double Pierced Square Noble die sets.  I placed them over the acetate, centring the die in the middle of the frame.  To the top side of the acetate, I cut the centre of the Maggie die and used the edge from the Happy Birthday Circle and glued it to the centre of the die.  I stamped my tag and cut it out with the tag from the Lauren die and mounted it across the centre of the die.  I added a pieced white mat and another final mat to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are 8" x  8" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Very gorgeous and elegant
Daily hugs to all

Karen Derbyshire said...

Gorgeous card today Sue

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card love the glitter and gilding flakes.
Nancyd xx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A beautiful card Thank You.
I hope you have had a nice rest.
Take care Kitty.

Anonymous said...

Lovely card Sue . Nice technique. JJxx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful card, love the gilding and glitter :-) Have a lovely day. Hugs to all xxx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
A very opulent card today, I love the gilding flakes. Yvonne xx

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
Another simply but beautiful card love the gilding flakes and the background thank you tracyw x

BridgetCG said...

Morning Sue, this card is superb, love the idea of "trapping" the gilded piece behind the acetate. Really lovely. Have a great day all. Bx

TDQ Karen said...

Lovely card, love this idea will definitely try it

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Gorgeous card, gilding flakes and sparkle - what's not to love! Sue XXX

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. WOW This is a very opulent and elegant card. Love the idea of all these techniques. Must get myself the noble B sets as i am missing out on doing these framed cards. Have a lovely day Sue even thou you have a busy week ahead of you.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue.
What a way to start the week. The way you've built up the frame makes it look like one of those wooden box frames, and with the 'pesky' building flakes being hugged by all that bling, all I can say is scrumptious.
I do have one request if you don't mind Sue. You know when you write the instructions for this type of framed card, would it be at all possible to tell us which frame from which set you use - e.g. - ( 2nd frame in from set A plus 4th frame in from set B )
I am really hopeless at working these frames out and spend so much time frustrating myself and waste so much card trying to figure it out I just wondered if you could help those of us that 'can't get it' by telling us which frame you used. I'm just worried that my lack of confidence with these sets will stop me from trying to work it out and i'll have 2 sets of dies that become redundant that I've saved hard for. I do hope you don't mind me asking. Sorry.

Sending my daily hugs to you Sue xx

hettygarlick said...

Very elegant and classy. I have some gilding flakes but haven't used them. I really must give it a try.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love the look of this. Must try!

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Beautiful card Sue.

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
Beautiful bling ! Lovely mix of gilding flakes and glitter with the Sydney die - just gorgeous.
Muriel x

PharmacyMichele said...

Wow-this is stunning . I love it.


anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Really nice idea - looks spectacular!
Anne M xxx

hazel young said...

Beautiful stunning card Sue x xhazel

carol quinn said...

Really elegant

hollyberry said...

Gorgeous card and explanation tells us exactly how you did it. Thank you as ever for sharing.

Debra Kenworthy said...

So lovely! Your fire and ice cards are always wonderful. Debra x

Dragonsnap2, Hinckley said...

Lovely card, Sue. Encapsulating the bling makes so much sense. I've got some gilding flakes that I've only used once so must give this a try. Thanks.
D x

Maria Illsley said...

A beautiful card Sue your explanation is spot on xx

A Happercrafter6 said...

Lovely card Sue.

lilian said...

Hi Sue, a wonderful creation to great us this morning, I follow your explanation,but think this is beyond my capabilities.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. A stunning card that has a very expensive look by combining lots of sparkle and gold flake, love it! X

Chris Curry said...

What a gorgeous,rich and elegant card. I could not afford to get all the Australia dies at once but this one is top of my list and you have shown why. Thank you Sue. Xx

Marianne's Craftroom said...

The frame is a great effect

Tina T said...

Good morning Sue,
This card looks spectacular!!!!
Love the fire and ice technique.
No bows or flowers just simplicity of the dies.
Thank you.
Love and crafty hugs
Tina T xxxx

auscrafts said...

Lovely card Sue, nice technique.

Kathy Baker said...

Morning Sue, such a lovely card I do love the gilding flakes and glitter, so classy
Kathy B x

ellyscard creatief said...

Lovely card Sue.

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, another gorgeous card today, I really like the lauren die that you have used for the4 sentiment it brings it to life for me.

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

Deborah Artliff said...

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

Debs Cards xx

Suemac said...

Another stunning card.

Jane Franklin said...

Its beauty lies in its simplicity. Its really lovely. Luv jxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What a stunning card. The technique is amazing.
Thank you for sharing.
Véronique L

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue. Great card and a lovely technique. It has a very regal look to it.

Love Rosemarie x x

ecco of Sheffield said...

Morning Sue
What a beautiful way to start the week. One of your less is more and simply beautiful cards to brighten anyone's day.
I have fallen in love with your 'Sidney' die and have to say that it's gone to the top of my 'must have' list.
Have a good day whatever you're planning. Hugs

marg said...

Hello Sue!
So Elegant!
Take care
Love Marg

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous. You explained this perfectly. I think this would look great on the wall, you could do others with different inspirational quotes. Simple

Sylvia Yates said...

A very pretty card. I like the size too, 8x8 cards can be bought pre - scored at my local garden centre. Have a great day everybody
Hugs Sylvia xx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Absolutely gorgeous - the gilding really brings out Sydney's beauty...and you're right about gilding first and then cutting the shape, gives a much cleaner finish...


Annie Pennington said...

Beautiful card Sue. I love the sparkle and gilding flake combo, it's so elegant.

Annie P

karenlotty said...

Lovely card and you've explained the technique brilliantly

foxyg said...

Beautiful card Sue. Love the technique.

Helen Bell said...

Hello Sue

Just beautiful. I love the dies used. I have not yet tried gilding flakes.....but I feel I might give it a go if I could achieve a look as good as this.

I hope you are rested a little after your shows.

Love Helen xxx

Diane said...

Hi Sue
This is beautiful and such a gorgeous shape to be gilded. Even with the glitter it would make a good masculin card, I know a couple of uncles who would be intreagued by the layers. Yank you for sharing this card with us.
Love Diane G xxx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
I am back commenting on your cards again after being a week without Broadband which was extremely frustrating. After two very long phone calls to various parts of the world they decided to send me a new router, and guess what, it worked!!!
A really elegant card today using the pretty Sydney die which I have in my stash so will have a go at creating a similar card!
Lesley S x

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, This is a gorgeous card, I love the 'bling'.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Anne said...

How beautiful, Sue. I must get my gilding flakes out!

Anne (Northampton)

Stamps and Paper said...

Beautiful guilded frame Sue and a love the sparkly background


nattyboots said...

Beautiful clean crisp card Sue.
Take Care
Elaine H X

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a beautiful card, another 'must try' technique for me to try thanks for sharing!
Hugs x
Heather T

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
A gorgeous card with great techniques! Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.

Anonymous said...

A great elegant card today, Sue, really like the idea of encapsulating the iced snow -
all explained so well.
Hope you have some down time now after all your work this weekend.

'P' in Wales

lorna said...

Hi Sue,
Card is lovely and your instructions are always excellent.
Shows were fabulous and I'm looking forward to the weekend, Ally Pally is a brilliant craft show.
Lorna D

Karen M said...

Morning Sue
Very elegant card, thank you for telling us how to do it,
Best wishes
Karen M

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Lovely card so clean looking. love Jean Z xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this is such an amazing card and I like the idea of cutting the frame out after you have used the gilding flakes. The end result is stunning. Thank you for more excellent ideas. Best wishes

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A gorgeous card and excellent technique.
B xx

June Horrocks said...

Just stunning sue I love it so elegant thank you for sharing
Love June Horrocks xxxxxxxx

gwen70 said...

Such a beautiful card

craftynanna said...

Gorgeous card Sue, absolutely beautiful. Love Johanna

craftynanna said...

Gorgeous card Sue, absolutely beautiful. Love Johanna

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. What a very effective card and a very interesting technique. I don't know how you think of all these different ideas, but I'm glad that you do.


Jan on the Fosse said...
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Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card. I would put it in a box frame and use it as home decor.
Love it

TOB said...

hi Sue, simply beautiful. Hugs Theresa xx

Elsie Smith said...

Hi Sue. A beautiful card xx

Nannieflash said...

Morning Sue on a wet but the sun is trying to come out, a beautiful card and I love the use of gilding flakes it makes it so rich to look at. hugs Shirleyxxxxx

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Hi Sue, lovely card as usual, I love the gilding flakes and I can never have enough of that ice snow effect X X X

Janice Robinson said...

Hi Sue
Love the card,the guilded frame looks like a piece of wrought iron gone rusty very cool.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
WOW love love love it, elegant in its simplicity. Thanks for the great instructions especially the tip on laying the adhesive sheet on the acetate and while I don't have some of the dies I will definitely be making something like this. I did manage to get the mounting cushion and the adhesive eraser online with no postage and your sweet heart flowers just happened to jump in the basket as well.

Hugs and best wishes everyone

Rosemary Stickland said...

Stunning card!
Rosemary xx

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Beautiful card lovely technique the dies that make the pin prick frames are lovely.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"


Lovely card. I'm going to give this a go. Thanks Sue xx

Paula said...

Such an elegant card Sue, I love everything about it! :)
Hugs to all in need of them today,
Paula x

Lesley Thomas said...

Great description of how you made the card Sue, I understood every word! AND it turned out beautifully too.

Sue MacFall said...

Lovely use of gilding flakes - I just love them.
Many thanks,
Sue Mac

Bejay Roles said...

Morning, Sue,
Just checking my stash...I've got sticky sheets, gilding flakes, sparkles and card...what don't I have...the Sydney die. I need to remedy that as fast as possible. However, I do have a couple of dies that I can use instead so I think I'm going to see if I can replicate this wonderful card. Of course, it's me talking so it's not going to turn out anything like the original but I'm sure I'm going to have fun giving it a try :). It's totally stunning, Sue and a lovely start to the week.
Bejay xx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a minimalistic design but absolutely maximum impact. A beautiful card suitable for either gender and I love it.

Bejay - your Amaryllis sounds gorgeous, well done. Good Luck with the pond, that is hard work indeed.


Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What a fab technique it looks stunning - will definitely give that a go.
Beverley W

ursula said...

OH wow, another unusual idea using the acetate and putting your die cut face down....sounds interesting, need to give it a go.....A beautiful card Sue...luv Ursula xx

Jess Watson said...

Good morning Sue, lovely card super technique, need to give this a try.
I'm really missing your bows, flowers and stick pins on your cards,
Please can we have some more cards featuring them.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. I love the gilding and the sparkling background. Thanks for another new to me technique.

Kate's Cards said...

Very pretty. xx

laura ann kempster said...

Morning Sue, another gorgeous card - I love how opulent it looks with both the gilding flakes and all the glitter, very nice! Laura x

rolfi said...

Hi Sue,
love the gilding flakes... Your card is wonderful.
But I would do the cutting first. Then glue on the card and cover it with the flakes. Otherwise I waste to much of the flakes...
Rolf xxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
A beautiful, CAS card to start my week off in the right way. You know I'm a sucker for sparkles and gilding and the Sydney die is one of my Australian favourites so there's NOTHING I would change. And the frames set it all off beautifully.
Hugs, Rose

Val Jones said...

Just perfect Sue, love the background.
Love Val in Spain x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Elegance at its best, love it.

Yorks butterfly said...

Mornning Sue, beautiful card, very elegant. Will certainly have to try this technique with the acetate.

Susan White said...

Really like the effect of the gilding on the lacy die - you're a brave woman for even considering doing something that complicated on live TV! Susan x

hotpotato said...

Managed to catch a couple of your shows over the weekend which I enjoyed. x

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Beautiful card sue x love the bling x I love making the frames too but like steph struggle a little to work out which ones on the sets you have used x I'm pretty sure with more practice I may figure it out x
Thanks sue for your inspiration x
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Lovely Card. It seems obvious now that you have said it to guild the card before die cutting, doh, lol. I can imagine it looks very floaty and sparkly, lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

SueJ said...

A really beautiful card, would be a joy to receive.

nzillingworth said...


Anonymous said...

What a clever way to guild an intricate die cut...sounds so much easier and I really like the results. Will have to give this a try.

Beautiful card.

Jan D., Florida, USA

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
Thank you once agin for a truly stunning card and for clear instructions on how to achieve it. Gilding then cutting is the only way I can do this! It's a beautifully frames picture! Thank you.
Bejay - I was on Amaryllus watch - but I only popped out for a minute and missed the reveal!!! Isn't that just typical!
Have a good day everyone!
Tracy - keep up the good work - you are getting nearer the end of the treatment! X
Myra xxx

Jackie Durrant said...

Looks so sparkly Sue super design love from Jackie xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's so beautiful Sue and elegant.

gr karin van eijk

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Just lovely. SueL x

CraftyJo said...

Very nice :)

Jean said...

LOVE the sparkle!

terrie said...

This card speaks ELEGANT and RICH....great looking card.
well done as always....tfs Sue

barbara macaskill said...

Spectacular! LOVE how classy this card is! TFS!

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Beautiful card once more and I just love the iced snow in any capacity...provides such a stunning effect

sued99 said...

Really gorgeous card. Iced snow is rapidly becoming a favourite.

Theresa said...

Hi Sue and all your crafty crew
A beautiful card indeed I love it simple but elegant
It's gorgeous
Hugs to those that need one
Theresa G xx

Lesley Cann said...

Very elegant card. I love the way you have glittered the die you make it sound so easy.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Really enjoyed your shows and obviously looking forward to the next and Phill's tomorrow. This is a very effective card, and it's simplicity.... or the look of simplicity compared to some.... contradicts the skilled technique.

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue and crafty crew.

My oh my I just love this one. I might even be tempted to get messy with those pesky flakes!!!lol great tip with the acetate too.

Lynda b. Thanks for ur daily hugs and wishes.
I'm doing fine just tired all the time. And definitely a breeze in comparison to the chemo.
2 weeks to go an a few months recovery then back to work I go. I can't believe it's been 6 months nearly since I took sick leave. It's flown by so fast. Will try enjoy my last wee bit before I go back xx

Love to all xx

Laura O' Connor said...

lovely card ,I find the flakes easier in big sections too ,can be hard on detailed pieces ,Laura O

Laura O' Connor said...

tried to order some items on Hochanda ,delivery to Ireland .They are not taking orders from outside England .Was so disappointed seems we are always penalised especially now crafters companion have moved to Hochanda too .There are lots of loyal crafters outside the UK too.Laura O

Pearl said...

Beautiful card today Sue, love the techniques and the result is magical, I must give it a try.

Lots of love and craftihappiness everyone,

Pearl x

Scottydog said...

A lovely technique, will be giving this a try as I think it would be an ideal card for those pesky men in our lives. Thank you sue!

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue
I like this die very much, and covering the card with gilding flakes before cutting out the die shape would certainly make things easier. Wasn't able to watch your hochanda show live as I only have Free View, but have found that I can catch up on my laptop,so will be taking a look later.
Margaret xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
I love this stunning card, thanks for the clear instructions.
Myra, typical of you. You've nursed that Amaryllis night and day with Bejay and it flowers while you aren't there. Better luck next time!! Did I tell you that I have planted a daffodil ha ha.
love to all
Maureen xxx

Suebak said...

'Just because'...... it's quite a regal looking card, don't you think?
Susan x

Dawn Holben said...

Oh Sue I am so glad you have put this one on today as when I saw
the sample on hochanda I loved it.
And was so hoping you would demo it.
I really love this card and your fire and ice technique.
I am one very happy crafter now lol

DeeDee7770 said...

The Sidney die is gorgeous and especially gilded! A real WOW factor. Beautiful card Sue. Have a great day!

Tressa said...

Beautiful card. I like the design and techniques used.


liz spooner said...

This is a really lovely card Sue, my next die is going to have to be the Sydney because I love it so much.xx

Barbara said...

Wow Sue what a gorgeous card. I love the frame and the gilding flakes are so pretty along with the glittery background just perfect.

Brooke Bont said...

Love Love Love when you use the gilding flakes they are beautiful

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,

Beautiful card with very clear instructions,
you really are an endless supply of inspiration,

Thank you so much.
Love and hugs, Brenda xxx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card!!! Just want to say that I really enjoyed your shows on Hochanda even though I had to watch on my iPad due to the lack of FREEVIEW channel for Hochanda at present which is very frustrating but I suppose can't be helped!!! You were totally brilliant as usual...I never tire of watching you craft!!!!

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a gorgeous card. I just love the design and the dies you have used. Take care. Hugs Jackie

nannapat said...

Stunning card Sue, thanks for the instructions. Pat x

Berina RGA said...

Such a beautiful card!! Love the gilded die cut!!
Moxie Craftie

Littlelamb said...

Oh dear my comment just disappeared. Lovely card Sue. Thank you for sharing this with us today.

Betty McAlister said...

Evening Sue. Beautiful card, especially all the sparkle. X

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

I love my flakes so top marks from me. The few fire and ice cards I have made have gone down a treat. I really enjoyed the first show over the weekend, have the rest on my sky box for a "Sue" binge tomorrow!

Tracy, I'm glad you don't have long to go, been thinking of you XXX

Tina E & family, biggest hugs always xxx

Lynda, Billy sends lots of wags and woofs and big hugs from me xxx

Paw hugs from Billy to all the crafty pets, I hope our poorly furry friends are now recovering xxx

To all my other blog friends and Sue, I've missed you loads, I need to read back if possible xxx

I've been AWOL due to an important mission, my little sister wanted help with a costume for her model for a hair dressing competition the young apprentices do. She designed it, had the donor costume but she can't sew. Step forward "ancient half sister" to save the day. It took 8 hours over 9 days. My sister did all the die cutting with some deep dish dies (she enjoyed that, Future crafter?) And she was really impressed with the set up of levers I use to control my sewing machine speed pedal with my arm (future sewer... Or closet engineer? Lol) she was around for about 3 of the hours. In between an hour here and a couple of hours there I was flat out, mostly asleep, not used to sitting up for so long. The final day, yesterday, I did three hours sitting up, sod the pain, get it done! Was given a stunning bunch of flowers to say thank you- I don't get flowers often so had to take the paint brushes out of the vase first! I think from the moment they left with the costume yesterday I felt every nerve in my lower body but when I got a text today with a picture of the 2 girls grinning ear to ear, it was all worth it.

Doing it took up what time I usually have to do the stuff I like, including coming on the blogs and what little craft I achieve. Today has been a bit of a medicinal blur and it won't be playtime yet as I have to do some boring grown up stuff. Like you do. Fingers crossed my brain gives me a few days respite as I just want it done.

I'm very tired so I am going to put Billy out for his final look round the garden and we're both off to bed.

To EVERYONE... Big hugs and happiness all round, I got extra if they're needed and you're welcome to it all :-) wishing you all a great day tomorrow. Happy crafting,

T x

Lynda's craft's said...

Good evening Sue & Wilsonetts
Beautiful card I love using guilding flakes. They look so ritch & elegant
Gorgeous. Loved all your shows Sue great demos.
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

TRACY your doing really well not long now the end is near.
Hope your feeling ok my friend sending you love & Hug's Lynda xx

Tina thinking of you Paul Claire Toby & family love & Hug's Lynda xx

BETH B hope your ok hope to see you at Ally Pally
but I'm at a disadvantage with not knowing what you look like
Hug's Lynda xx

Wheelybad sendig Hug's & cuddles for you & Billy Hug's Lynda xx

Melody & Molly thinking of you Hug's xxx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !!! What a gorgeous card !!! I love the fabulous guilding flakes and glitter combo !!! The sentiment die from the Lauren set looks beautiful. I love the frames you have created to, to frame your gorgeous design. I love, love, love the Sidney die !!! I think both your Australian and New Zeland Collections are equally beautiful. The New Zeland Collection just appeals to me a little more. Thank you for sharing your gorgeous card today Sue. Sending you lots of love and hugs from Tres x x x

Sending love to everyone from Tres x x x

Eunice said...

Such a regal looking card Sue, thanks for that. Love how the gilding flakes make any die cut so special!!!

Suzzette Yandle said...

Glitz and glamour. Love it!

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Another stunning card, love the bling. Gilding flakes are fantastic.
Di B. x

iReneM said...

Such a gorgeous card.

Classy and super sparkly


Sandy H said...

Fabulous card. So elegant. I don't have the Sydney die so I'll to see if I've got another that will make a suitable substitute so I can play with the gilding flakes.
Take care everyone.

America said...

Love your beautiful techniques here. Great idea to cover entire piece with gilding flakes to leave you with a negative for another project and not fuss with delicate intricate cuts. Such a pretty arrangement of dies and I love the sparkle of the iced snow. Lovely work as always!

IVY Cheong said...

My favourite technique! Love this card, Ivy c x

Jenny wren said...

Hi Sue
Just love this technique beautiful gliding flakes and lots of sparkle. Just up my street as they say.
Jennywren x

Jenny wren said...

Hi Sue
Just love this technique beautiful gliding flakes and lots of sparkle. Just up my street as they say.
Jennywren x

Jenny L said...

Hi Sue,
what a superb and wonderful design, and fab technique too.
This is so stunning.
Thank you for all your lovely inspiration.
Lots of crafty love. Jenny L.

Haze T said...

Hi Sue
Another stunning 'Sue' creation which looks very posh & expensive & has that 'Less is more' feeling to me which I really like.
Love the colours of the gilding flakes & the frame makes this card really stand out.
Love it.

Crafty Hugs
Haze T xx (Norwich)

julie laz said...

Just to let you no sue , I love the card, crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

dmj from kettering said...

Another technique I can see me using; a lovely card, Sue,

Doreen x

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