Tuesday, 17 May 2016

Background Striplet



Hi bloggers!  If you love the look of a striplet, you can use your background dies to give you a similar look for your cards!









The finished dimensions are 7" x  8 1/2" in size.   All for now, Sue x






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134 comments:

Pam said...

Truly gorgeous card, love it.
Welcome back Laine, the blog has been quiet without you, hope you are felling better.
NannaTina, hope Mick has started to improve, take care of yourself too, it can be very draining when a loved one is ill.
June, my heart goes out to you,. So many setbacks but you will get there.
Daily hugs to all, Dawn with her disc problems, all who are not well or sad and our missing friends.

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A very lovely card Thank you.
A great video too.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

Dragonsnap2, Hinckley said...

I love this card! Fabulous. Thanks Sue.
D x

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue.
WOW this is gorgeous and looks so detailed, but sometimes the more difficult they look the easier they are to do ( for some) lol so can't wait to watch your tutorial.
Hoping you have an enjoyable day Sue, sending hugs as usual xx

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
Another stunning card love the colours and the dies just watched the video is great thank you tracyw x

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a beautiful card do like this striplet.
Nancyd xx

Jan.moogie said...

Had to watch the video Sue as the card is stunning, love it. Thank you for the tutorial and thanks for sharing. Have a great day, hugs xxxxxxxxx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card & the colours are beautiful. I love the versatility that you can get with your dies & your inspiration. Yvonne xx

Crafti Moggie said...

Great card today Sue, colours and shapes look really nice and the striplet die takes centre stage!

Thank you,

Pearl xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. A beautiful card. Lovely use of the dies to give a gorgeous detailed finish. Thanks for another great video.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

ang said...

Fabulous card and video, I have this background die so I can give it a try angxx

TDQ Karen said...

I love the strong look of this card, really love striplets so live how you have used them here x

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, what a great video showing another way to use these very versatile dies. Love the French Navy and white, so classy. Have a great day. Bx

CraftySuetoo said...

Hi Sue. Fabulous card. You've shown us how to make a background out of a striplet now it's how to make a striplet out of a background - your dies are second to none in their versatility and beauty and you constantly show us different ways of using our stash - thank you. Hugs to all. Sue XXX

Anonymous said...

Great card, Sue, love that Australian background and clever chopping to make in into a perfect striplet. Another die to lust after!! Thanks for the video.
Laine great to have you back, so sorry about the tough time - how's your partner in crime?
Fluffycat - good luck with the pusscat, hope you find the owner. If not, you've been chosen! (And I know what that means - finding another name lol.)
Hugs to all poorly people or just if you need one.

'P' in Wales

Tina T said...

Good morning Sue and crafters everywhere,
What a coincidence !! I was only watching this video on CE website yesterday. This is a beautiful card, love the French navy and white, I guess any striplet and background die you will be able to make this card.
Love and crafty hugs
Tina T xxxxx

Karen Drew said...

A fab idea of making the larger dies look so different. Thought it was made up of striplet dies at first. Love how it looks

Luv
Karen xx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Fabulous technique for making our own striplet dies, which are my favourite! Lovely card. Thank you for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
Wow what a lovely card, I need to try this I have the die set you have used.
Thanks for sharing with us.
Maggie

hollyberry said...

Really gorgeous card.

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
I love your striplet dies, so versatile, this card is stunning hope to watch video later
Thank you to everyone for your kinds words and wishes for Mick, I managed to get him to have some fluids, yogurt drink, some ice cream,a yogurt and a high energy shake still very restless consultant came to see him and they are looking into his tablets to see what they can do there as their goal is to have him pain free but awake to eat and do his physio but because his condition is very rare his treatment is causing some problems as he also has other medical issues with disc degeneration in his spine and neck, they are hoping to find a wheel chair so we can take him out into the gardens and watch the rabbits a bit of fresh air would do him the world of good.
Happy crafting
Love and huge hugs to everyone
Love Tina xxxx

carol quinn said...

Nice card!
Carol

laura ann kempster said...

Hi Sue,

Lovely card - I love the striplet dies so this is going straight into my "projects to try" list!

Laura K x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. I love navy and white together. I was lucky enough to win this die on your blogathon so I will be giving this a try. Such a clever idea. Fab video as always. TFS

Debra K. said...

Lovely card! Great idea for those of us who don't own a striplet die but like the look of them. Debra x

Aspiring crafter said...

Love this card Sue and look forward to watching the video!
XxxRuth

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
What a wonderful idea. This is a great idea to make your dies go further.
Anne M xxx

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A fabulous card, I'll watch the video later to see how you did it.
B xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A brilliant idea, and a beautiful card, this background die lends itself beautifully to this technique, we will all be looking at our background dies to see if we can do this with those too.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

PharmacyMichele said...

Gorgeous card & a brilliant use of the larger die as a Striplet.

Michele

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a brilliant idea turning the background die into a striplet, I just wish I had some of your creative genius. I love that French Navy card it's such a pretty colour. I enjoyed the video thanks for sharing.
Hugs x
Heather T

lilian said...


Hi Sue, this certainly very clever, wish I had your imagination, it's a card for all occasions and people.
Will watch video later, great card.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

Annie Pennington said...

Beautiful card Sue. I love the Australian collection.

I don't have any dies from this collection but we celebrate our 32nd wedding anniversary tomorrow so I expect my husband will want to treat me to a few new dies. He knows I am easily pleased when it comes to your die sets so he has a very long list of die sets to choose from. :-)
Annie P
xxx

Anne Crawford said...

Lovely card, I love how you always manage to see so many different ways to use all the dies!
Anne xo

Kathy Baker said...

Morning Sue, this is a really nice card, I do like the way you have used this die as a striplet aswell, I have ordered this die so can't wait to use it
KathyB x

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, looking forward to seeing the video in a minute when having my breakfast, looks interesting and am looking forward to it.

Tina, hope Mick is improving. Pam I am off to the wound clinic this morning but I get the feeling that it is really improved (hopefully not just wishful thinking) let's see what the nurse says.

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

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, so pretty love it. love Jean Z xxxx

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
The French navy and white are such a stand out - the card goes wow !! straight away and then the clever cut down of the Australian background, even more versatility, it really looks like a striplet card and the video is so good as usual. You make everything that looks so complicated so easy to achieve.
Hugs to all that need them, hoping you all see improvements very soon,
Muriel x

hazel young said...

Beautiful card Sue x xhazel

Chris Curry said...

What a great card, would be good for a man too. Thank you. Xx

Gloria Robey said...

Morning Sue What a fabulous idea to cut the background die like that .How do you manage to see so many ways to use this die ? Gloria (Sidcup) xx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Fabulous card showing the versatility of your dies. Have a lovely day. Hugs to all xxx

Karen Derbyshire said...

Very nice Sue, love the colours.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Beautifully done

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

At first I thought it really was a new striplet I'd missed during your last die launch so had to watch the video straight away and it turns out to be the Aussie Background!...how clever of you..

Izzy

hettygarlick said...

This is such a clever idea makes a very classy card. Love the colour.

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, I love the white and French navy. Your dies are so versatile thank you for showing what they can do. Makes them money well spent.

Love Rosemarie x X

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Lovely card and another great video. Clever use of the die, wish I had your imagination.
Lydia
X

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card and a great idea .
Take Care
Elaine H X

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Like the look of this card and am looking forward to watching your video later.
SueL x

auscrafts said...

Love how versitile these striplet die are

June Horrocks said...

Stunning card sue love the Layers and how its created thank you
Love always June Horrocks xxxxxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this is such an interesting card and a great way of achieving a striplet. Am looking forward to watching your video later. Thank you for all your amazing ideas, they are so impressive. Kind regards
YvonneMayxx

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue on yet another beautiful sunny day. I love this video and what a great way to create that striplet diecut in the middle. So pretty. hugs Shirleyxxxx

gwen70 said...

Beautiful card nice to see something unusual

Rosemary Stickland said...

Love this card, such a clever use of the background die.
Rosemary xx

Lynne L said...

Good morning Sue Such a clever way to use the Australian die to make a striplet I'll have to try this one The card is so pretty

Lynne L said...

Good morning Sue Such a clever way to use the Australian die to make a striplet I'll have to try this one The card is so pretty

dmjones said...



What a good idea, this could be used for male or female cards too, depending on the colour used,



Doreen x

Tressa said...

I agree with all the comments above about this clever way of using the Australian Background die to make a striplet. This makes the die so much more useful especially for those who perhaps cannot afford to have a lot of dies in their collection. Thank you.

Teresa

Anonymous said...

Good Morning Sue
The Australian background is a favourite of mine so I will be trying out this lovely card.
Such a clever use of the die to make it look like a striplet. The colour combination is very striking!
Great video tutorial as usual!
Lesley S x

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Very striking card today gorgeous.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Alison Thorne said...

Lovely card Sue and yet another use for background dies. You are so clever xx

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
Wow oh wow this is such a good idea! It's a good thing you come up with these good ideas Sue, just little nudges in the right direction and we are away. I keep looking at this set and thinking it's lovely so if the birthday fairy doesn't bring some then I might treat myself over a few months! Thank you for sharing
Love Diane G xxx

Nana Tina I hope you get to take kick for some fresh air today, as you say it will do him good. Xxx
June I've got my fingers crossed for you xxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
absolutely BEAUTIFUL card. Thank you for showing us how to do it, so very glad that you've got all these ideas churning around in your head - makes mine feel relatively empty :-) LOL

I shall certainly use this card idea, can't wait....
Hugs, Rose

fame01 said...

Hi Sue
What a great card today love the concept
I have just treated myself to 2 of your new dies this week cannot wait for them to arrive HAPPY DAYS !!!!
thanks for sharing
Hugs Sarah xx

ursula said...

Another woweeee card, I just love how you use these striplets and come up with something so different, lovely card Sue....thank you.....luv Ursula xx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Such a clever way to use the background and turn it into a striplet, wish I could spend a day in your head to get some of your fantastic ideas!! I have this lovely die but haven't used it enough yet

Laine good to see you back and sorry you haven't been too well
Nanna Tina getting out in the fresh air and away from the hospital ward should do Mick the world of good if he feels up to it
Tracy hope you enjoyed your holiday, thinking of you and your dad

Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Stunning card today its just beautiful x love the navy it seems to have the same ' popability' as black without being black if that makes any sense ! Hubby tried to get the australian background for my birthday but it had sold out so had to wait patiently and it just so happened to drop through my letterbox yesterday x yippee x looking forward to watching the video after my chores x
Laine its great to have you back missed you xxx so sorry you haven't been too good x
June fingers crossed again for your clinic visit x if they don't give you a gold star I will x
Nannatina sending you and mick healing hugs x
Annie p happy anniversary for tomorrow incase I forget x
thinking of all the missing wilsonettes x
Dawn hope your back gets sorted soon x sending hugs x
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue.

This card is stunning. Will have to watch video to see what's what.

Well ladies had a smashing time at loch long. Did lots of walking and my legs are aching. Scenery was amazing who needs to go abroad when u have this on ur doorstep! Lol.
I thought it was near Pitlochry but it's not lol it's actually closer to Loch Lomond. What a numpty hee hee weather was fab too. Internet signal there was practically non existent so I gave up lol
Dad still not great but hopefully on Thursday we might have a better idea after the hospital appt.

Nana Tina. I hope everything gets a little better for u both soon

Dawn. Hope ur back gets sorted. Been there many a time but I keep refusing the operation. I just keep popping the pills. Lol

Love to all xx

Theresa Pace said...

this card is delightful! just love the colour combo. reminds me of my wedding day as blue and white was the theme, hugs xx

Paula said...

A beautiful card Sue, I love everything about it and I can't wait to see the video! :) You made it in my favourite colours again too, you spoil me!!! lol I'm off to make a cuppa so I can watch the video in comfort.
Hugs to all in need of them today,
Paula x
(WelshPaula)

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, another gorgeous card. Lots of beautiful lacy detail. Thanks for your video. Will watch when we are home later today from a long weekend with our caravan at the Dan-yr-Ogof Caves in the Swansea Valley/Brecon Becons National Park.

Norah McPhee said...

Good morning lovely Sue and the merry band of Wilsonettes,
This is gorgeous Sue and just for a change i guessed and got it right with the die used, although i'll not get too carried away as i will probably be down at the bottom of the class againg tomorrow, hee hee hee. The french navy is a lovely colour and looks really nice against the white. I haven't got the Austrailian collection yet but i'm working on it as i do like it's back ground die and it's various districts dies.
Tracy flower, i am so glad that you had such a lovely time at Loch Long and as you say it is so beautiful there, peaceful and so many beautiful sights to see. I hope it did you some good flower even with the sore legs from exploring. I hope that your dad and family get some answers soon to his problems, as i think you are better able to cope when you know what is wrong and if it can be fixed. I'm sending some hugs to you flower for you and your beloved dad. x
June, glad to see that you are seeing a difference in your leg wound, so here's hoping that the nurse sees it clearing up as well.
Nanna Tina, poor Mick certainly has more on his plate than others but i do hope that they can get his pain relief sorted out so that he can do his exercises at physio without the pain. If it's a lovely day Tina, it's a beautiful time to get Mick out and about seeing all that nature has to offer, just make sure they give you a wheelchair with it's tyres pumped up as pushing a chair that's tyres are down, so will you be within a very short while. Sending love and hugs to you and your lovely Mick and i hope that you both can enjoy a pleasant time out of the stuffiness of the wards or rooms. x
We had a dry day here at Glenochil today but it's decided that it isn't going to smile on us, it's going to stay in it's grumpy mood so i will just have some fun indoors. I have a card to make for one of my lovely new friends that i met down at Carlisle, as she is going to be another year with the vat going up on the number 21. So i will leave you all with hugs to all the Wilsonettes, honary or full members that need, could do with or just would like one, they are there for the taking.
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil Village)

June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

I love this die collection and how you've achieved another stunning effect with this beautiful card

Smiles :)

June x

Elizabeth Harborne said...

Good morning, Sue What a lovely card. Inspired by similar designs on Bloglovin I used a lattice design recently for a retirement card. Was so pleased with the result😀. Thank you for all the inspiration.

iReneM said...


Brilliant!

You are such a good judge cutting bits of dies
that fit back together so nicely

x

Theresa said...

Hi Sue and all your crafty crew
Well I loved the video and have this die on order so this is defo one I will be trying
Your eye for colour combos is just brilliant it is a beautiful card Sue
Hugs to all that need one and even if you don't it's always a nice thing to receive so HUGS to ALL
Take Care
Theresa G xx

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
You are clever! I thought this was a Striplet I didn't recognise but it's not! I have the Australian Background Die so I will give this one a try! It's really lovely and I do like the colour way you have chosen!
Thank you!
Love to all, Myraxxc
PS - so pleased you had a great holiday Tracy even if Loch Long had slipped slightly !!! Ha ha! X

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

I think this is so clever, what a great way to use the same die and make it look so different. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. This really is a very clever design, it does make you look at your dies in a completely different way and imagine all the possibilities. Love the colours.

Lisbeth

Vie Carter said...

clever use of dies

Vie
x

Val Jones said...

A lovely idea Sue. Thank you.
Love Val in Spain x

Anonymous said...

So clever....loved the video and the resulting card. Jan D., Florida, USA

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi sue
Cutting down the Background die to make a Stripllet is a wonderful idea. I don't have this particular die, but I am sure I can do the same with some of my dies. I shall certainly be having a go.
Margaret xxx

CraftyJo said...

Great idea

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's again a beautiful card Sue.

gr karin van eijk

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I haven't had the courage to chop up your dies yet they are all so beautiful in their entirety I can't bring myself to do it.

Bente Sørflaten said...

Lovely card and a great way to use the striplet dies!

Sue MacFall said...

Very ingenious, Sue - love the result.
Many thanks,
Sue Mac

IVY Cheong said...

Great card for the guys, I think. Hugs, Ivy C x

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

A stunningly crisp card today. Looking forward to watching the video and see you creating the striplet with the background die.

Love Helen xxx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue your card is stunning. I will watch the video soon I love your videos I learn so much from them. Take care. Hugs Jackie

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, beautiful card and brilliant cutting. I wouldn't dare do it by eye as you did, I would have to measure it and would probably get it wrong even then! I have the Australian background so will have to give it a try.

'P' and Laine - no joy in the neighbourhood and the little chap is not microchipped either. The vet took their own pictures and will put it on their FB page. There is nothing on the local CPL site either so it looks like we have, as you say, been chosen :-)

Frances

Barbara (C) said...

Your tutorials are always good for me if I can't grasp the idea! So easy to follow. Another great card...never ending inspiration. Thank you

nzillingworth said...

HI SUE
great video. i love this background die. like to thread the ribbon through it. i cut it across the middle horizontal to make a square then threaded ribbon through. looks great.
fabulous card you have done today. Think i would get some sparkle on somehow.
hehe thats just me . Grand job you did on this card. Thumbs up from me.
born again spellbinder
Nadine hug xxx

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Lovely again and particularly appeals because of the straight lines. Colour combo also a winner and can clearly see this as a masculine card - just gorgeous...

Scottydog said...

Ingenious card today Sue. How do you come up with the ideas, like others I thought it was a new striplet! Loving all these blue cards. This one would be good for a mans card. Thank you so much Sue!

Wings said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card,lovely colour way,I really like it,
Best wishes
Karen M

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful as ever. I do so love the striplets.
Love and hugs, Alison xx

Bejay Roles said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card, lovely colours and what a clever way of making a 'striplet' for those of us who still haven't got our act together and bought some :). I loved the video, Sue...although I wish my laptop would let me view it full screen. I end up having to search YouTube so that I can actually see what you're doing lol.
I hope everyone had a great weekend and that Monday has been kind to you all.
Bejay xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
What a fabulous architectural type of card, ideal for men!!!
love to all,
Maureen xxx

Janet Wilson said...

Great card, love the way you have done the centre panel

craftynanna said...

Lovely card Sue you always amaze me at the things you come up with to use your dies, showing the marvelous ways we can adapt them, brilliant, hugs to all Johanna

craftynanna said...

Lovely card Sue you always amaze me at the things you come up with to use your dies, showing the marvelous ways we can adapt them, brilliant, hugs to all Johanna

terrie said...

Beautiful card...I like what you did with those dies....well done Sue

Suebak said...

Enjoyed the video. Love the dies and colours used for this wonderful card.

Susan x

barbara macaskill said...

Luscious layers on today's lovely card!! Drooling all over my keyboard! TFS!

Jess Watson said...

Hi Sue, another lovely card and a super idea, off to watch video.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

Narrowboat girl said...

Lovely card Sue. Dinner time here then I can sit back & watch the video

karenlotty said...

Very nice indeed Will try watching later Laptop still poorly so doing everything on iPod not even an iPad!

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, this is one of my favourite dies so I was really interested in seeing how you created the striip!et from it. Love the card and will certainly have a go at using the die a a striplet. Thank you for sharing all your brilliant ideas
Wendyx

Dawn Holben said...

Sue this is gorgeous and another beauty using one of my favourite dies.
I love this one and the colour too.

liz spooner said...

This is such a lovely card today Sue.xx

Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

Another corker for video day I see...I haven't had a chance to watch you work your magic so apologies if I display any more than my usual ignorance whilst I dribble over the astounding results:-) It feels rather masculine to me but that could simply be the bold colour choice, navy is so very chic don't you think? Or it could be the absence of embellishments or glitter, anyhow, I wouldn't think twice about giving it to even the most hard to please, grumpiest of men! I'm intrigued by the'striplet' in the centre, so it will be interesting to see how you achieved it....are there no ends to your brilliance and creative flair? I love the finished result, and I am pleased to say that as of tomorrow when I recieve my own Australian background die....as well as the Melbourne and one of the Adornments.....I will be able to recreate this little gem:-)
Well ladies, had a busy old day getting my eyes tested....only to be told that without my glasses I would be registered blind!....I don't know why I bother, I should wear them all of the time because I'm like Mr Magoo but I'm too vain and only wear them when absolutely necessary...I guess my mum was right about the lines around my eyes from squinting all the time though. I also went and bought myself a 60" tv, sound bar and blu ray player for my bedroom...an early birthday gift to myself because I'm tired of squinting at my current model:-)
Yes, it's my birthday again tomorrow and my mum bought me a bath bomb from Lush to have a luxurious sparkly soak in the morning, well at least I'll have the skin of a newborn even if I have the face and body of a pensioner:-) 24 plus VAT SEEMED ANCIENT TO ME IN MY TEENS AND TWENTIES BUT IT CREEPS UPON YOU SO QUICKLY
Annie P, congrats on your wedding anniversary , 32 years is impressive and I hope hubby treats you like a princess. Have a nice dayxxx
June, hope you got some good news at the clinic and your infection has abatedxxx
Frances, it clearly looks like you have been chosen as adoptive mummy, I'm sure that there is part of you that is secretly pleased to be the lucky one:-) what does he/ she look like and what are you going to name your new family member?
Nana Tina, a stroll outside sounds like a wonderful idea, I know that it really perked me up to get off the ward for even a little while when I was in hospital for extended periods. Glad Mick is able to eat a little too, keeping his strength up is important. Best wishes to you bothxxxx
Tracy, it sounds like you had a fabulous time and how well deserved! That area of our beautiful country is stunning, I'm just a teeny bit jealous if truth be known:-)
Hearty hugs to Yvonne, Beth Rebecca, Jan, P,Pat, Pam, Linda, Lynda, Wheely Bad, Lorraine F, Maria, Theresa and anyone else in need of a gentle squeezexxxx

Laine1972xxxx

nannapat said...

Fabulous card again Sue. I love the dies you have used and the colour is gorgeous. Pat x

Lynda's craft's said...

Hi Sue
I just went back to yesterday's post & my comment was no more it must be floating in cyber space any way your card yesterday was gorgeous. Wow Todays card is amazing I lovei haven't seen the video yet but I have just ordered that die as I loved John's demo's on Hochanda he did some lovely demos with your dies Sue.
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

TRACY pleased you had a lovely holiday sounded lovely must have done you the world of good.( would love to see your photos please )
I hope your dad gets sorted out soon must be a worry for you all.
Lots of love & Hug's Lynda xx

Nana TIna hope you managed to get a wheelchair & take Mick out in the fresh air. Pleased to hear he managed a little to eat. Sending you both som BIG HUG 'S xxx

WHEELYBAD hope you feeling better missing you,is Billy 🐾 looking after you Sending Hug's & Cuddles for you both xx 💐

BETH missing you hope your ok sending you BIG HUG'S xx

Thinking of you Melody & MOLLY hope your all ok xx

Berina RGA said...

Such a beautiful card!! Love the striplet you have used!!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

Suzzette Yandle said...

This die is becoming one of my favorite dies. And you, Sue, are so very clever to make this die cut into a striplet. I am so glad you are sharing ideas with us Wilsonettes, because I am not that clever. YET! Thanks for the video.

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card.......great idea!!!!!!
Love
Sam
xxxxx

Janice K said...

Hi Sue, a very clever and pretty card. Thank you for the great video tutorial which shows us exactly how we can achieve this result.x

sued99 said...

Really pretty. A great use for striplets.

Virginia Davey said...

Love this card going to try to make it for my husbands birthday thank you Sue for showing us how to do it

jenny Briggs said...

Good evening Sue
Love the way you have used the dies to make this card and love the colour combination

pippajb said...

Clever idea.Stunning card.

Luna-Blue Warminster

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,

I really love this card, and the extra dimension it adds to the Striplet die,
definitely a winner.

Love and hugs Brenda

Elsie Smith said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful card. I have this die so thank you for showing another way to use it. x

Eunice said...

This card is wonderful and again made with mainly one die!! Awesome!!!!

gailgale said...

Hi Sue,
I absolutely love this card!!
I watched you video 4 times.
Thank you for showing us how to cut the die.
I love the effect!!!
Beautiful Card!!!

Littlelamb said...

Lovely card Sue and what a clever idea. I must watch the video ASAP. This die is on my wish list so had better hurry up and get it.

Sandy H said...

Fabulous card and video. I only registered the word Striplet in the title of today's card and wondered how I'd managed to miss this one!!! So pleased when I watched the video as I have the Australian background, though would not have thought to cut the die like this if I'd stared at it all week. Love the colour too.
Nanna Tina, so pleased you managed to get Mick to eat and drink a little.
Take care everyone.

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Hi Sue,

Delightful card, suitable for any occasion I would say. I love the colour combinations too. I like your clever ideas.

Love n hugs from Dorothy of Baldock
xxoo

Laura O' Connor said...

fab card ,great dies ,Laura O

Marianna Hammer said...

Thank you for a wonderful video with such a lot of inspiration and tips. Lovely card!