Sunday, 22 May 2016

Best Wishes

Good Sunday morning all!  I started by embossing a square of wisteria card with the Eternal Ivy embossing folder for some background texture.  Next I cut two of the Ravello Striplet out of coconut white card.  I backed them both with a solid white backing piece then cut them in half down the centre.  I glued all four pieces to the edges of the embossed background, overlapping them at the corners.  I cut thin strips out of wisteria card and glued them to the edges as accents.  For the focal element, I cut the Hamilton die out of wisteria card and backed it in white.  I mounted that to the centre of the card, then added another Hamilton die cut in white but I removed a bit of the design so that it could be layered up and still show some of the original die underneath it. I had originally trimmed it a bit differently but was showed a cleaner way by a friend from the blog so used that as it showed off the lower die cut much better!   I stamped a sentiment from the PetiteLavish  Sentiment set by Cr. Exp. and seated a New Zealand tag frame over it cut in wisteria and backed in white.  I finished the card in my usual manner with pierced mats and layers and added flatback pearls to the dies as accents.  The finished dimensions are 7 1/2" x  7 1/2" in size.

The winners of this week's Comment Game are:

Karen Lotty!!!
Narrowboat girl!!!

Congratulations all!  Please email me at to confirm your address and claim your prize.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Stunning card, lovely.
Congrats to comment game winners.
Hugs to all, especially, June, NanbaTina and Mick, Tracey and her Dad, always in my thoughts

Unknown said...

Good morning sue what a beautiful card and I love the dies and the colour are beautiful
And I love your design

Debs Cards xxx

hettygarlick said...

So pretty. I love the Hamilton die.

Steph Cotterill said...

Sunday smiles to you Sue. I don't know what it is that made me smile when today's card loaded, whether it was the beautiful simplicity of the border or the gorgeous collection of dies that makes up the centre focal point, but it's so beautiful and soothing both at the same time (the soothing nature must come from the gentle colour of the wisteria coloured card as it's such a subtle colour)
Many congratulations to the 3 ladies that have been chosen as comment winners this week, enjoy playing with your gift.
Whatever your plans for the day Sue, hope it's enjoyable for you xxx

hollyberry said...

Such a beautiful card and the colours so delicate and pretty.
Congratulations to all the winners.

Unknown said...

GM Sue. Such a pretty card. Love the focal element. Congrats to the winners.

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, another gorgeous card.
Nancyd xx

auscrafts said...

Very pretty card

Unknown said...

Hi Sue
A good way to use the ravello striplet. I love it so much I bought it twice! Very pretty.
Anne M xxx

JAO said...

Great card Sue.

Wacki Macky said...

Lovely card today Sue,

thank you.

Congrats to the blog winners,

Pearl xx

Tina T said...

Good morning Sue and crafters all.
What a pretty soothing colourway on a delightful card.
Have all these dies so will have to give it a try.
Congratulations to the giveaway winners!!!
Love and crafty hugs
Tina T 😀 xxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - yet another really pretty card in such a gentle colour and also a great idea for using your striplet dies too. Congratulations to the three lucky winners today. Sending best wishes

TDQ Karen said...

Lovely card today, beautiful colours. Congratulations to all the winners

Unknown said...

Hi Sue,
thankyou for your inspiring cards. It is great to have examples to encourage us to create with what we have, and use our dies in different ways.
Annette Grant

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
One of my favourite sets of dies the striplets, I don't have this one but might have to have ago with the ones I have, love the wisteria card
Mick had another good day of eating and drinking so hoping to see his weight start to go up again so he can do more physio
Congratulations to the comment game winners
Happy crafting
Love and huge hugs to everyone
Love Tina xxxx

Muriel said...
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Muriel said...

Hello Sue and all
So pretty in wisteria and white, all those lovely dies and I don't have any of them lol !!! Sure I can use some of the gorgeous ones I do have though. I have certainly got behind with the embossing folders, this one is really pretty.
Thank you Sue for another beauty to match this beautiful Sunday.
Congratulations to the comments winners
Hope everyone is having a great day,
Muriel x

A Happercrafter6 said...

I do like the ravelling border - makes a lovely frame, Sue.

Chris Curry said...

Love the card Sue, these colours always look good together. Thank you. Xx

Sunset Bay said...

Good morning Sue. Yet another beautiful card to start our morning off well. Love the colour and all the dies you have chosen. Wish I could have all your dies but I'd have to move house xxxx said...

Morning Sue.
A lovely card, Thank you.
Congratulations to all the winners.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, a beautiful card today, love the idea of the striplet round the outside and the wisteria colour is such a cheerful greeting on this wet and miserable Sunday.

Congratulations to the 3 winners, enjoy.

Good news about Mick eating a little more NannaTina, slowly but surely.

Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs June Smith xxx

Jackie T said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous as always those dies are amazing. Congratulations to all the winners. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Karen Drew said...

Lovely card. Great use of striplet.
Congratulations to the winners

Have a great day everyone
Karen xx

Karen Derbyshire said...

A pretty card Sue, love the wisteria colour.

Unknown said...

Morning Sue, this is a pretty card I do love the dies you have used and the colour wisteria it is so delicate
Congratulations to the winners
KathyB x

Anonymous said...

Pretty card Sue, nice delicate shade. Congratulations to winners. JJxx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. A very pretty card in a lovely colour way.
Congratulations to the winners.x

Anne said...

A pretty card, Sue, for any occasion.

Anne (Northampton)

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
Another stunning card today.
Congratulations to all the winners.
I'm off out shopping later while the sun is shining. Must take advantage while its dry outside,
Have a great day

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Gorgeous card, love how you have used the striplet, one I don't have.
Well done to the lucky winners, enjoy your prize.

lilian said...

HibSue, very pretty card, lovely soft colour.
Best Wishes Lilian in Cornwall

fame01 said...

Hi Sue
OH wow what a very pretty card
congrats to the winners
Hugs sarah xx

cheryl brown said...

Morning Sue and fellow Wilsonettes,

I love the soft gentle Wysteria colour of today's card Sue, it lends itself beautifully to the delicate lacey dies used. A stunning card.

Congratulations to all the winners of the comment game. You will be sure to enjoy your prizes.

Whatever you are planning to do or wherever you so roam on God's day of rest, may you find peace and happiness along the way.

Love 7 hugs
Cheryl xxx

Dragonsnap2, Hinckley said...

Lovely card Sue.
D x

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card, soft colours. I didn't recognise the striplet, how clever to use it as an edging.
B xx

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful card, very pretty & delicate.

Congrats to the winners especially KarenLotty.


Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love the framing, a gorgeous card

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
Such a pretty card and another example showing the versitility of your dies. Will it be a crafting or gardening day today just waiting to see what the weather does.
Heather R Oxfordshire

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, a really pretty card, love the effects you can achieve with your dies. Well done to all the comment game winners. Have a lovely day. Bx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Always love your creative snipping, the Ravello striplet is particularly effective cut in two and used to frame the design...

Congrats to all the winners...


Yorkie girl said...

Hi Sue and all your crafty crew
Oh what a lovely start to the day your lovely card has given to so many
I think there are a lot of your followers that love the colours you have used
Very delicate and lace looking
One I will be trying
Congratulations to all the winners enjoy
Hugs to all that need one
Theresa G xxx

Rosemary Stickland said...

The Ravello striplet is on my wishlist so
it's great to see yet another way of
using it. Congratulations to the winners
of the comment game.
Rosemary xx

Unknown said...

Love the card, these dies are beautiful
Congratulations to the winners

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card, I love the way that you have cut the striplet die & used it to edge your card given great versatility. Congratulations to all the lucky comment winners. Yvonne xx

Gloria Robey said...

Morning Sue what a clever way to use the Ravello striplet die to make a frame .This die is going on my wish list .Congrats to all the winners. Gloria (Sidcup) xx

Narrowboat girl said...

Hi Sue. I love all your striplet dies, they are so versatile and this is yet another way to use them.
Will have to experiment with the ones I own later after the chore called ironing

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Lovely. I love your Ravello striplet. At the moment it's my favourite. SueL x

gwen70 said...

Wonderful card Sue

marg said...

Hello Sue
Love the Wisteria colour on this card!
Rose in Chester, I had to look up Pulchritudinous as I had never heard of it!
I love words and find new ones interesting, thank you for this one! lol
WheelyB sorry you are still suffering, lets hope it goes away soon!
Yvonne thinking of you too!
Well done to Barb Macaskill on her Altenew win!
Congrats to the 3 winners here too!
Love Marg

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue on a bright DRY sunny morning. Love the card and of course my favourite colour choice to. hugs Shirleyxxxxxxxx

Unknown said...

Stunning card sue the dies are beautiful so preety love it thank you sue enjoy your day
Love always June Horrocks xxxxxx
Congrats to the winners

Unknown said...

Hi Sue, well I didn't think this was made out of a striplet die, very clever.
Love Val in Spainx

karenlotty said...

Woo hoo! I won Thank you Sue I love Striplet dies Not got this one but will have a play with the ones I have It does make a beautiful border To add the 1/4 ins strip deceives the eye brilliantly and hides the cut edge

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Lovely card I love striplet dies . love Jean Z xxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
what a gorgeous frame this striplet makes, and thank you so much for showing us. I'd love to have your brain, it must be very, very busy in there :-)
Love this card, it's so gentle.
Hugs, Rose

nattyboots said...

Lovely card Sue, well done to your lucky winners
Elaine H X

hazel young said...

Beautiful card Sue xx hazel

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, beautiful card, love the softness of the wisteria card.
Congratulations to todays winners, enjoy your gifts
Have a lovely day everyone, take care, Jess xxx

Beryl said...

Lovely card Sue. Congrats to the winners.

Kay said...

You have an amazing Blog x

Princess Pixie! said...

Morning Sue
Note to self - must get some wisteria card.
This is such a beautiful card and the colour is divine. I am so frustrated not to be up to carding at the moment - sooooo frustrating x
Thank you to everyone for your good wishes. Not up to my usual lengthy comments which will probably be a relief to you all, so my usual mentioning everyone by name is not an option at present.
Except for Laine of course! I notice there was no comment from said young lady yesterday. I spoke to her yesterday afternoon and I imagine that now she knows I am back on the blog she is peeved as she will no longer be the centre of attention! Seriously, Laine hope you are OK x
Thanks again to all my lovely blog buddies for your care it is very much appreciated. You offers of help to sort the boys out has been noted but we will have to get them in the same room first x
Have a restful Sunday everyone
Sending love to everyone especially those who are under the weather or struggling with issues beyond their control - hugs and happy thoughts.

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, love these colours, very restful as Steph said. Really pretty card.

Love Rosemarue X X

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, love these colours, very restful as Steph said. Really pretty card.

Love Rosemarue X X

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, you never disappoint, another beautiful card. I really love the Ravello Striplet and will be the next die I order.

Lisbeth said...

Morning Sue. What a very clever way to use the striplets as a frame. Love the card and most particularly love the embossing folder.


Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a pretty card today, I do like the whisteria coloured card. The embossing folder is pretty too and really makes a perfect background for the dies. Thank you for sharing. Hubby was going to treat me to a die as an extra birthday present yesterday but when we got to the craft shop they didn't have the ones I really wanted. I did find a beautiful stamp of yours though in their 50% off sale so that and a couple of ink pads were my treat. Mind you the whole day became a bit of a disaster involving a lot of driving and waiting for people so I cancelled my birthday and will hopefully have it today instead!! Haha. Congratulations to all the lucky winners.
Love Diane G xxx

Scottydog said...

Lovely card as usual, but I particularly like the wisteria colour. So appropriate as the wisteria is in full bloom at the moment & looking beautiful. Thank you Sue.
Congratulations to the comment winners!

Glenharon said...

Good morning to the lovely Sue and the happy Wilsonettes,
This is such a lovely card Sue in the wisteria and white and such a great way of getting a new look from your dies. The ravello frame is lovely going around the outside showing off both it and the embossing that you have done on the wisteria card. I don't have the Austrailia set yet nor the ravello but i have the New Zealand tag so i could make a start on it, lol. Thank you Sue for a lovely start to Sunday morning and for the inspiration that you bring with you.
Well done to all of this weeks winners, i hope that you have great fun with your prize when it arrives.
Well it is such a beautiful day here at the Ochil Hills today with hardly a breath of wind. It's so nice to see white fluffy clouds instead of dark grey or black ones that just seem to put a damper on the day in more ways than one. I hope that where ever you all are you have the same lovely day.
Sending hugs to all our Wilsonettes that need, could do with or just would like some, they are there for you all
love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil)

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Beautiful card. Congratulations to all the lucky winners. Have a lovely day. Hugs to all xxx

ursula said...

Very pretty practical card Sue, love the Wisteria, it is such a subtle colour....never thought about cutting the Ravello die in half and doing this, it has become one of my favourite dies, so much you can do with it....Thanks for sharing Sue....luv Ursula....xx

LauraLor said...

Hi Sue,

What a pretty card! I really like the subtle colour combination :)

Laura K x

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, love the design and the soft colours and the striplet makes a lovely frame for the Hamilton die. Congratulations to today's comment game winners, enjoy your prize
Special hugs to Tracy and her dad, Nanna Tina and Mick and anyone else who needs one

Hugs and best wishes everyone

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. Very pretty and feminine. I love the colours. Congratulations to all the lucky winners.

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Another beautiful card sue x the striplet looks fantastic as a frame x the wisteria card is a lovely soft colour x thankyou sue for your inspiration x
Congratulations to the lucky winners xxx
Yvonne so pleased to see you back and so sorry things have been tough x hopefully your boys will sort themselves out soon and realise what this is doing to you x
Laine hope you are ok x
Diane hope you have a better day today x
Nannatina great news that mick had another good day x
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Paula said...

This is a very pretty card Sue, the colours are lovely. :)
Congratulations to the winners today.
Hugs to everyone in need of them today,
Paula x

Jan's Paper Flowers said...

Good morning/afternoon Sue and your amazing Wilsonettes. Lovely card this morning Sue. I love the wisteria color and the way you used these are an artistic genius.

Congratulations to all of the comment winners...enjoy your prize!
Wheely sounds like you're needing some extra special hugs so I'm sending some your way!
Maria...yes, I did bring the right color lipstick. I actually brought four and of course Rylee chose the darker one. She's 6 going on 16.
Nanna Tina...I'm so glad Mick continues to improve!
Norah...enjoy those white fluffy clouds over your beautiful hills.
Yvonne...I can't wait for the bantering between you and Laine to begin again.

Have a beautiful day everyone! Today is our little princess' actual recital.

Hugs to all! ❌⭕️❌⭕️

Lorraine Freeman said...

Gorgeous cards over the last two days Sue, Friday's is a favourite style of mine.
Congratulations to this week's winners.
Yvonne, so sorry to hear the boy's have fallen out. Hopefully they will come to their senses very soon. Life is too short to fall out with loved ones. Gentle hugs and strength to you for dealing with the trauma.
NannyTina, I hope Mick continues to improve.
I didn't really enjoy my time out with Mum as I felt like I was being suffocated which must have been something to do with the air pressure or humidity.
I think I am still recovering from my trip to the breast clinic. Everything is fine as I thought it was but keeping it to myself and a two hour wait was rather gruelling.
Sending love n hugs to all xxx

Meg Owen said...

Hi Sue,
I love the frame effect with the striplet die. I have been wondering which striplet to buy and I think this has made my mind up for me.

Love and hugs

Kate's Cards said...

Very pretty xxx

Unknown said...

very pretty, love the colour


pippajb said...

A lovely card.

Luna-Blue Warminster

CraftyJo said...

Love those soft colours :)

BenteS said...

Lovely as always :))
Congrats to the week's comment game winners!

Sue MacFall said...

What a lovely colour wisteria is. Love the layout of this card.
Many thanks,
Sue Mac

Bejay said...

G'Day Sue and all Wilsonettes,
What a delightful card! I would never have guessed that the border was made from a striplet cut in half down the middle, it's so very effective isn't it. I've now got my very first mini striplet so will be playing with that very soon.
After two days of rain, the sun is shining today and it called to me to get out and finish the path I'd started about a week ago. It's nothing special, just gravel dividing where the path used to be in half so that I can get to the fruit trees, the compost bin and the bird feeders in the tree. After marking out where it was to go, I made a shallow channel and kept my fingers crossed that my dog - just turned 8 this month and only now learnt how to dig - left it alone until I was ready to do some more. This morning I've been knocking in bamboo edging, laying the weed fabric and then dragging around five 25kg sacks of chipped granite (not easy with my back problems). It wouldn't have been so bad if I hadn't had the sacks from when I did the first little path and the material hadn't started to degrade!! Imagine this...I pick up the edge of the bag and pull, only to end up with a bit of plastic in my hand lol.
This will make you all chuckle though...I'm bending over clearing up the dreaded dog pooh when I feel something on my's only my cat thinking he's found a great new place to sit. He was quite settled and I was groping my way around the garden like the hunchback. Did he get off when I slowly straightened up? Did he heck as like...he just made his way up to my shoulder and I ended up with a huge fluffy black thing doing a parrot impression lol. He's not a small cat either, he's almost as tall as the dog!!
Bejay xx

Tressa said...

The wisteria card is showing as greyish on my iPad which is a shame as I know it is a gorgeous colour. Nice to see its use to make a very pretty card.


Anonymous said...

Lovely card, Sue, always like wisteria (ours is out and smells divine!) and clever chopping of the striplet to create borders.
Hugs all round, esp. Tracy.

'P' in Wales

Anonymous said...

PS Well done to the comment winners
And Happy Birthday (second time around) to Diane G


Littlelamb said...

Beautiful card today Sue. Thanks for sharing. What a good idea. Congratulations to the comments winners especially Karenlotty. enjoy.

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Wow, this is so pretty. I love how you have used the Stiplet die. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

barbara macaskill said...

Congratulations to this week's comment winners!
What a pretty card. I love the framing using the Striplets die! Stunning!!! TFS!

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's so beautifullllllllllllllllll Sue

Gr Karin said...

Such a pretty colour combination Sue - lovely card. Congratulations to this week's lucky comment game winners too! Susan x

Alison Thorne said...

Love what you've done with the striplet dies - another good idea I can put into practice. Lovely card as always xx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Great card. Love the colour. Thanks for sharing.
Well done winners.

Suebak said...

Mmmm..... nice one!

Susan x

terrie said...

Nice card...tfs well done Sue

Jan.moogie said...

Beautiful card today Sue hugs x

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Gorgeous card today. Love what you've done.
Congratulations to the winners, especially Karen Lotty.
Diane, you make your birthday last as long as you like!!
love to all.
Maureen xx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely calming card, I think it must be the simplicity of it and the colours. The Ravello striplet is on my very long list, there seems to be no end of ways it can be used.

Yvonne & Wheely Bad - glad you are both popping in but sorry for your troubles. I hope they improve soon.

Bejay - I used to have a cat that did the same :-)

Congratulations to the comment game winners, enjoy your prizes.

Laura O said...

nice card as always ,Laura O

nzillingworth said...


liz spooner said...

This is really gorgeous.xx

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
Lovely card beautiful colours. Well done comment winners.

Lesley said...

Love the wisteria colour card and the use of the revello striplet die. Great card.

Unknown said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

Stunning card, particularly love the pale tones of the wisteria cardstock which I fortunately bought just last week. Ingenious use of a striplet die, I never seem to be able to think out of the box like you can, we all need a Sue Wilson in our lives:-)
The New Zealand collection is my current favourite....until I save the pennies and pounds for the Swiss collection.....and it certainly makes for a striking focal point. I meant to say this to you before, Thankyou for putting the details of the stamp sets you have chosen to use, it's really helpful.
Sunshine in Stirling today so I thought I might get a cheeky couple of hours sunbathing.....I lasted twenty minutes, what a waste of suntan lotion! Whilst the sun was out and the wind wasn't blustering, it was actually quite warm but at five and a half stones and with more meat on a toothpick, I was feeling the chill:-( what a baby!
Retreated indoors and watched some of the French Open tennis instead.
My brother brought me a belated birthday trifle, made to order with my favourite mandarin segments plus pineapple and orange jelly , it is scrumptious with the added benefit that You can't use candles so I can't be reminded of how old I am by the candles generating enough light for the whole of Stirling whilst burning my eyebrows:-)
Nana Tina, so glad that Mick is tolerating his food, hopefully he's well on the road to recoveryxxxx
Norah, I'm fortunate enough to live at the base of the Ochils too, we are so lucky to live in such a beautiful area, I never tire of looking at them and how their colours change with the quality of lightxxx
Jan, that sounds like fun with your granddaughter, I hope she really enjoys her recital.....I was four when I danced on stage with my ballet class to Summer Holiday by Cliff Richard, it was the first time that I had worn makeup, I felt so grown up:-)
Lorraine, sorry to hear that you didn't enjoy your shopping trip, good news about your breast appointment and results though, keep your chin up honey:-)
Now, Yvonne , hello stranger! How super to have you back on the blog, you have been missed....I did try to fill the gap but fell somewhere short, I didn't have the necessary vitriol and was thus a poor substitute:-( I know from our chats that your boys have been badly behaved, don't you think it's time you dusted off that old S&M Ann Summers whip you've been hanging on to, and use it to encourage them to tow the line? Failing that, cracking their heads together seems a viable option- it's about time they realised that your health is more important than their petty squabbles....we've all been there though with our siblings, I could gratefully wring my brothers neck sometimes:-) Worst case scenario, getting a retirement bungalow on your own seems like a great idea, it's always advise able to downsize as you advance in years:-)
Wheely Bad, lovely to hear from you again, take carexxx
Bejay, what a funny story about your cat, it really made me giggle:-)Good luck with the landscaping, it sounds like back breaking work so be carefulxxx
Huge hugs to Beth, Rebecca, Maria, Theresa, pat, Pam P, Frances, Tracy, Linda, Lynda and deb c, plus cuddles to anyone else in need for whatever reasonxxxx

Crafty hugs


Myra said...

Hello Sue,
A really pretty card in the lovely wisteria! Ours is blooming just now and it's so pretty!
Thank you for your daily inspiration!
Congratulations to today's winners, particularly Karen . Enjoy your prizes ladies.
Diane - I would make this birthday last for as long as you can! X
Love to all, Myra xxx

Unknown said...

Hi Sue
I really like how you use your dies,you always make stunning cards.

Lynda's craft's said...

Hello Sue
Lovely Card it's so pretty love the dies too
Thank you so much for all your inspiration
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

TRACY how are you my friend & how is your Dad I hope he is doing ok
sending you both special Hug's xx

WHEELY BAD Hope your feeling better Big Hug's & cuddles for you & Billy xx

Big Hug's for everyone xx

Lynda's craft's said...

Sorry forgot Congratlationsto to all the winners especially Karen xx

sandieann21 said...

A very late comment as travelling back from holiday with a stop off at Wembley. Lovely card and colours. Wisteria is one of my favourites.

Brenda said...

Hello Sue,

Beautiful card, I love the Wisteria colour. We have two Wiateria growing in our garden. One grows over an arch, last week it was at its best, the perfume as you walked through the arch was exquisite. This card sings to me, reminding me of the beauty of nature.

Love Brenda xxx

Sandy H said...

Lovely card. The wisteria card is a lovely restful colour.
Congratulations to the comment game winners.
Take care everyone.

DeCor said...

Congrats to all. Sue love the look of your card. It is so retro looking.

Dawn Holben said...

Wow Sue i love this, the frame from the ravello die looks so pretty.
I love the wisteria colour too, so pretty.

Eunice said...

Striplets they are so wonderful to use on cards. I have used them alot and now they have become my go to when I need a quick and elegant card.

julie laz said...

Hi sue, what a beautiful card, crafty hugs Julie laz xxx