Thursday, 16 June 2016

Raised and Shadowed



Hello crafters!  Here is a really easy card that you can make using up some of those scrap pieces of card that we all have in our stash!  It is striking and quick too, so a double bonus!







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





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127 comments:

Pam said...

This is great male cardSue, love it.
Tina, so glad to hear that Mick is home. He will probably make more progress in his own environment, hope you are getting lots of help, don't want you falling ill.
I'm feeling better every day, I'm back at work but manager is very good. I think they have found finally found the reason why my breathing and coughing is still bad 5 years after the pneumonia, at last.
Tracey, sending caring thoughts for you and Dad.
Happy birthday Harry, 1 today. Hope you all have a lovely day Norah.
Hugs to all.

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a very different card from you this morning but just as beautiful.
Nancyd xx

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Very striking! I like it. Will watch the video to see how you did it.
Anne M xxx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Fab card Sue, love this one.

Dragonsnap2, Hinckley said...

Very different but a great card. My odds and ends stash is massive so I'll definitely have a go at this one.
D x

Anonymous said...

Very different card today Sue. Like it .Ideal male card which we all seem to struggle with . JJxx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a great card and video.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, a beautiful card today and loved the video.

Pam good news that you are back at work but please take it easy, I too have viral pneumonia in 1989 and was in intensive care for a week before being flown home from Tenerife, I still suffer from breathlessness a lot now they think it is because of scaring.

Tina how good is that to have Mick home, he will I am sure come on in leaps and bounds now.

Tracey hugs for you and your Dad

Happy Birthday Harry,


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

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
A very different card from your usual but I like it, ideal for men's cards. Yvonne xx

Marion Bull said...

Brilliant card Sue. I love it. Will make a super man's card AND I already have that die! Thank you!
Happy day everyone
Maggie B xx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, wow I love this card, and seen as I have just got this die, am off to watch the video. Have a great day all. Bx

Anonymous said...

Wow, different for you, Sue - just one die!! Don't usually do anything like this and am thinking - WHY NOT?! Nice one and thanks for the video.
Great to see your H show times and some two-hour slots too.
Nanna Tina - such good news that Mick is home, guess you'll have your hands full now and hope you get some help.
Pam. so pleased you're feeling better - hope there is some treatment for you.
Tracy - hugs.
Yvonne G - could have sworn there was a comment yesterday but ??. Think you two are grooming each other lol - in the insult stakes!
DeeDee - oooh Sacha dog sounds gorgeous!

'P' in Wales

Tina T said...

Hi Sue and crafters all,
Lovely male card, the HAPPY die is brilliant.
Watched this on you tube last night and was using this die as I have 4 male birthdays next month, so doing many variations. Thank you Sue.
Love and crafty hugs
Tina T xxxxx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Brilliant card, great for teenagers.Must get this die.
Jan

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. A very different card today but I love it.
NannaTina, so pleased that Mick is home at last but look after yourself too and take any offers of help. Pam, I hope that they've found the cause of your health problems and that they sort it out soon, in the meantime please take care of yourself. DeeDee, a black labradoodle - you'll have lots of happy walks and playing. Hugs to all including our missing friends. Sue xxx

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
A great card today, now I know what to do with all my off cuts lol.
Seriously though this is an ideal card for a teenager.
Thanks for sharing
Maggie

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi Sue. Wow I love this. Yes it is different to your usual style but that's what a brilliant designer does, caters for all style of crafters. Since starting the monthly market it has shown me that not everyone wants or requires the full on cards so the CAS cards are equally as useful and even the plain and simple cutting frames that surround your beautiful striplet dies play a big part in helping make the CAS style cards as they give us the apature to add a plain and simple word or sentiment or just a single flower die or stamp, so simple but really effective cards like this are just as important as the extra special cards you inspire us with too.
37 years today I was full of nerves and excitement as at 3pm I was due to walk down the isle to start a new life with my new husband. I wonder if he would have turned up if he'd had any idea how addicted to metal I would have become lol so I'm really looking forward to seeing which die I shall get from him. His little message on his gift tag always reads ' bet you can't guess what this is !!!" Bless him lol.
On that note I will send you my usual hugs for the day and hope it's a good one no matter what your plans are xxx

auscrafts said...

Not your usual card ,but it's great to see something different

Alison Thorne said...

Really like the look of this one Sue ... working extra today so will be watching the video later. Certainly got lots of bits in my paper stash so can see me making this one in all sorts of colour themes xx

Clare W said...

GM Sue. I have this die and lots of bits in my box! So I will be giving this a try. Will watch video later.

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
This is a fabulous card for a man. I love the way you have matched up the letters. Thanks for sharing.
Pam...glad you are getting better. I would love to hear what they think is causing your breathing problems as I am still breathless two years after having pneumonia.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

rosiejt said...

Great idea and super video.

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. A great design that's modern and contemporary as well as being very good for using up leftover cardstock! X

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, love this card. Great for teenagers and men. I have a small mountain of scraps of card so should be able to come up with some bits that look good together.

Love Rosemarie x X

carol quinn said...

Great for the boys/men
Carol

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is brilliant I love the design. It is very clever how the colours line up. I am looking forward to watching the video later when I get back from work. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Debra K. said...

This will be so great for men using different 'manly' colours. Debra x

hazel young said...

Lovely card be great for the guys x xhazel

Chris Curry said...

Love this card. I have this die and have used it often, not like this. Love the idea with darker colours for a mans card too. Thank you Sue. Xx

A Happercrafter6 said...

Scraps do need using up. At craft club this week we were creating new papers out of scraps of paper - very interesting effects can be made.
Jan
Northampton

Crafti Moggie said...

What a lovely way to use up those scrap bits of card, recycling at it's best!

Thank you Sue,

lots of love and craftihappiness everyone,

Pearl xx

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
A very lovely male card, will try to find time to watch your video later,
So pleased you are feeling better Pam
Take care all m
Big hugs.
Elaine H X

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
This is different and so right for male cards,of which I have quite a few to do!
I will need the video I think!
Congrats Stephanie on your 37th Wedding Anniversay ..well done to both of you!
Love Marg

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Fab card, not just for males - with a few tiny additions, females would love it to - the non-frilly kind. :-)
Hugs, Rose

Janet Hampson said...

Hi Sue,
Really unusual and striking card.....and so simple to make.
Love Janet x
From Wakefield

doreenj said...


What a stunning card; using different colours would due either males or females,




Doreen x


IVY Cheong said...

Wow simplicity with a touch of class. Love, ivy C x

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Wow!...total contrast to yesterday's lovely girlie card...this is perfect for the dreaded "man card" and also uses up the scraps too - win/win!!...lol

Stephanie - HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!...

Izzy

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Yay! Just noticed you are returning to our screens 😊
What a brilliant way to use up our scraps, as you have with today's card, it is a very clean and simple style. At first I thought what a fabulous male card but you could use it for males and females by just changing the colours. When I first saw these dies I thought they were just sentiment dies (which of course they are) but you have shown us we can do far much more with them. I thoroughly enjoyed the video thanks for sharing.
Hugs x
Heather T

Anne said...

Love this, Sue.
Anne (Northampton)

Rosemary Stickland said...

A very different offering this morning.
Looking forward to watching the video later.
Rosemary xx

Karen Derbyshire said...

Love this card Sue-looks very effortless to achieve.

Jan.moogie said...

Wow wow wow love the look of this one Sue, have a great day am off to watch video. hugs xxxxxxxxxxxx

PharmacyMichele said...

Fantastic card-this is the reason I bought these dies! Just need to try and re-create this card.

Michele

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Fabulous card - I have the Happy perspective die and I love it :-) Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

June Horrocks said...

Love this card sue my heart skips a beat when I hear easy lol it's s lovely card thank you.love always June Horrocks xxxx
Happy anniversary Steph xx

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Hi Sue
Thank you for your helpful video and great card as always X X X

Suemac said...

Different, but not my style

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Very clever

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A great man card, and as you say easy (for you)
love it.
Will catch up with the video later.
Lydia
X

Beryl Treble said...

Lovely card Sue. Love the colours.

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue, that is such a bright and cheerful card and such a clever way with that die. hugs Shirleyx

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. I adore this card and I bought the die at Ally Pally on the strength of it. Pure and simple for a quick card, right up my street. SueL x

Jackie Durrant said...

Looks interesting Sue and we all have loads of scraps!! Will watch the video later to see how you did it. Love from Jackie xx

hollyberry said...

Amazing card that is very different. Great for those man cards.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Brilliant card and great video which also solved the puzzle as to how you got all the different colours behind the zigzag die on another card, you are so clever, thank you.
Pam glad you're feeling better xx
Nanna Tina so glad Mick is back home xx
Steph HAPPY ANNIVERSARY to you and your husband which dies did you get?
Norah HAPPY 1st birthday to Harry xx
Tracy thinking of you xx
Hugs and best wishes everyone
Pat

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Very bright and modern looking. Thanks for your video.

Deborah Artliff said...

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

Debs Cards xxx

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue This card is very different to your usual style a good way to use up all those scraps

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
A very different card for today and very bright and modern.
It would be great in so many different colour combinations for both male and female cards.
Lesley S x

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Fabulous card just what I was looking for its my Grandson's Birthday soon and this

will be ideal he will love it. Really great video good tip to use spray adhesive

to stick down the letters thankyou.


Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

sued99 said...

Great card. Clean and simple and easy to make.

TDQ Karen said...

Very different really like this

Crafty Cruiser said...

I can see this ideal for children
Doreen R

Helen Bell said...

Hello Sue and everyone

A nice striking card today. Very bright and cheerful. I will watch the video soon.

Love Helen xxx

craftynanna said...

Hi Sue gorgeous card as usual who hasn't Got tons of scrap so it's great to use it up in this way.
Pam take care of yourself, Tina glad Mick's home, Tracy regards to your dad, Happy anniversary Steph and hubby,
Will watch the video later hugs to all Johanna

craftynanna said...

Hi Sue gorgeous card as usual who hasn't Got tons of scrap so it's great to use it up in this way.
Pam take care of yourself, Tina glad Mick's home, Tracy regards to your dad, Happy anniversary Steph and hubby,
Will watch the video later hugs to all Johanna

Sue MacFall said...

What a great card for both men and women. Love it.
Many thanks,
Sue Mac

Sam Smithard said...

To My Very Special Friend Sue,
First It's Wonderful To See That Your Back On "Hochanda" In
The Very Near Future With I Do Believe "5 Two Hour Shows"
They'll Be Tremendous.
Today's Card Is A Superb Card Not Only For Ladies But Gentlemen Also, I Love The
Awesome Colour Pallette You've Chosen The White/Teal/Aqua/Wisteria/Iris They Look
Wonderful Together, So Fresh And Summery.......
Also Using Black Card To Cut Out The Awesome "HAPPY" Die
From The Perspective Collection (Which Creates A Shadow Effect)
Sue As Always Thank You So Very Much For Sharing, Your Great Informative Video You
Always Explain Everything So Exceedingly Well.
Thank You For Your Tremendous Blog You Inspire Me Daily And I Truly Appreciate Everything.
You Do.
Take Great Care Sue
Warmest Fond Wishes To Colin And Heather
Love And Huge Hugs For Yourself
Love From Sam xxx
Hugs To All Wilsonettes
Huge Hugs To Lancashire Steph "Happy Anniversary"

Karen M said...

Morning Sue,
A very clever card & very nice,
Will watch the video later
Thank you
Karen M

Suebak said...

I would never have thought of layering up so many HAPPY words before seeing your video. I love and have this word die and cannot wait to try this technique. Great for men. Also, the stripes could be stamped on as you highlighted with the off-cuts. If you read this, could you tell me what spray glue you use and does it have a strong odour? Thanks.

Susan x

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, I love this CAS card and the colours are lovely. This is why we need you, to point out what should be obvious to us but isn't!

Nanna Tina - so glad and happy for you both that Mick is home again.
Pam - pleased you are feeling well enough to return to work but don't overdo it.
Steph - Happy Anniversary to you and your husband. A metal addiction is not as bad as some others and at least he always knows what to get you to make you happy :-)

Frances

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
Wow oh wow what a striking colourful card today. What a great card. Thank you for sharing.
Take care
Love Diane G xxx

Pam good to hear you are back at work, sounds like they are looking after you. I hope the doctor can sort something out now they know what it is xxx
Tina good to hear Nick is home now, look after yourself and accept all the help you can get xxx
Elaine and Andrew Tracey and dad sending hugs xxxx

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
Love this card. I am currently trying to use up my bits so will certainly try this
Pat x

Lynne L said...
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Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, nice card not my style but different. love Jean Z xxx

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. This is a great card for those men and boys and I am sure it could be "prettied" up a bit for us girlies by using, for example, some of your papers instead of plain card.

Lisbeth

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
A very different card from you today. Not too sure about it yet, I think it's the colours.
Nana Tina pleased Nick is home xx
Pam, great that you're back at work but please don't overdo it or you'll be back to square 1 xx
Steph happy anniversary have a lovely day. Xx
Love and hugs Alison xx

Bejay Roles said...

Hi Sue,
I LOVE IT!!! I'll admit that I was sitting here for a moment wondering how on earth you did it but once I watched the video, I realised that it was quite a simple technique but very, VERY effective. I think it's great for a 'man' card and would even work with shades of oranges and browns. I think it could also work very well for us girls too with a nice cluster of flowers and perhaps a hat pin. Of course, now I have to add even more dies to my wish list lol.
Bejay xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
What a great way of using up scraps.
Thank you for the demo.
Véronique L

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue what a great card and a fantastic way of using up scrap card. Love it.
Wendyx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue First time commenting, like your card, can be used for any age group
CraftyJacques

Susan White said...

Really modern and unusual design Sue - like this a lot,as I'm always up for ideas to use up those bits and pieces! x

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,

What a brilliant idea you have come up with for this card.
Very modern and trendy, I know lots of young people would absolutely love to receive this card,
you could in any colour way - male, female or just be trendy. Love it.

Love Brenda xxx

Sandie Braithwaite said...

A really interesting technique. Need to study it carefully before having a go.

Gloria Robey said...

Hi Sue what a clever idea I love it .You do come up with so many different styles. Thank you . Gloria (sidcup ) xx

barbara macaskill said...

WOW! So different than your usual make but equally awesome! LOVE how you added the "birthday"! Definitely going to have to try this one! TFS!

CraftyJo said...

Lovely! Very striking as you say :)

Lorraine Freeman said...

What a clever idea, but sorry not keen on this one. Good to see that everyone else likes it :)
Yay so glad to hear Mick has made it home. Tina please go steady and accept any offers of help.
Tracy, how are you and your Dad?
Wheely gentle hugs for you sorry the migraines are so bad again.
I am doing well at the moment. I had one on one hydrotherapy yesterday and it was wonderful. Did I already say that? Apologies if I did.
Made one ornate card today and finished some that had already been started. I am loving crafting at the moment and it stops me thinking about food so that's brilliant.
Sending love n hugs to all xxx

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
I absolutely LOVE this card.....in fact when I saw this card for the first time that inspired me to order the HAPPY die set!!!!! I have yet to try it out like this but I defo will when I get the time!!!!
Love
Sam
xxxx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

I love this card. As you say plain and simple but so striking. This theme would be great for male cards. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Jane Franklin said...

What a Clever card, so many colours could be used. Back from work so can watch video and enjoy. Luv jxxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeoussssssss what a fab and great idea Sue

gr karin van eijk

karenlotty said...

I think I saw you demo this on Hochanda and knew I had to try this so I took a photo of the tele screen! Great card for both sexes of a big age range One to have in your stash for those lad minute requests too

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Love it!!! Fabulous "not over the top" card for boys or men. Thank you.
Pam, take it easy. The effects of Pneumonia are not always apparent immediately.
Love to all who are poorly or are caring for them.
Maureen xx

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
What a great card for a man or a teenager! I love it!
So pleased Mick is home Tina - take care of yourself too!
Happy First Birthday Harry!!!
I see I am following Maureen - well - someone has to keep an eye on her you know !!
Love Myra xx

Berina RGA said...

Such a fun card!! Nice colors!
-Berina
Moxie Craftie

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Simply love it and probably my favourite post for a while and all of those have been gorgeous

terrie said...

Great looking card...one day I will try to make one of them....tfs
well done Sue

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Wow - what a fab card and quick into the bargain- great for males and those awkward teens.
Beverley W

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone.
Truly fabulous card, the colours together are
great. Brilliant card for the MEN :-)

Pam - take care and don't overdo things x
Glad to see Mick is at home, Take care both
of you x
Happy 1st Birthday Harry. Loved to see a photo
Norah, he must have changed so much x
Bejay - well done for laying the flooring and
good luck with the carpet x
DeeDee - how wonderful with a puppy :-) Have some
lovely times together x
Tracy - hope you are alright,sending hugs x
To our two debating, insulting to each other friends Lol,
I hope you can work something out so you have a top
time meeting up.xx
Beth, Jan and Rebecca where are you, you are very much missed x

To all Wisonette's and my dear friends, have a nice evening
hugs Maria x



liz spooner said...

Fabulous card looks very 3d.xx

julie laz said...

Wow love it, crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

Narrowboat girl said...

Hi Sue. What an interesting way to use up all your scraps. I have a drawer full of them so will be trying my own version of this

Karen Drew said...

This is one of my favourite dies. Love the idea on using up scraps. Will be giving this one a go
Luv
Karen xx

Jean said...

Amazing card!

Theresa Pace said...

this is a brilliant card. i will pinch this idea. i have the dies so i know i can do it. love this. and by changing the colours it can look completely different, hugs xx

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I thought I had managed to click onto the wrong blog today how do you manage to come up with such different examples, you are amazing looking forward to your upcoming shows. I hope you enjoyed your birthday meal last week.

Yvonne G said...

Evening Sue
Oh how I love a perspective card! Watched the video and love the stacked hello to create dimension - ingenious.
I have the happy die and I have oodles of scraps so think this could be a card that many will be receiving. Thank you Sue x
Very quiet day - resting up as out tomorrow with a friend. We are going to a Clarity Stamp open day. Really looking forward to it but I have been 'conserving energy' so I will hopefully not end up too knackered.
For that reason a short post today.
Sending loads of love to everyone - especially those going through difficult times. For the record - Laine - I'll be back x
Take care everyone
Happy thoughts
Crafty hugs
Yvonne
x

weefortune said...

Nice, very different card for your Sue but I really like it simplicity. X

Lynda's craft's said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card I haven't had a chance to watch video yet. But looks a very interesting
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock.

Big Hug's for all my friends

Vie Carter said...

Ideal for a male card

Vie
x

Tressa said...

My soon-to-be-fourteen year old nephew sprang to mind when I saw this. Simple, clean lines make this ideal for the problem men for whom my usually more complicated cards would not be appropriate, even though they appreciate the effort. A great idea for which I am grateful.

Teresa

Laura O' Connor said...

so different Sue a really lovely card ,Laura O

Eunice said...

I absolutely LOVE this card. I love that you use craps to create it, wonderfull!!! The die is amazing as well.

Wheely Bad said...

Hi Sue

Great card for boys and men plus with links, purples or pastors it'd be fab for those hard to please tween and teenager girls. Really striking design. I love it. Sending hugs to you Sue x

Happy anniversary Steph and Mr Lancs. Hope whatever you do today it is a special day, hugs x

RIP Tina E's Cat Summer, Tina biggest hugs from me and Billy x

Pam, take good care and I hope you get well soon. Hugs x

Nanna Tina, great news about Mick, so happy for both of you, hugs x

Tracy, thinking of you and your Dad, hugs x

Norah, birthday wishes to wee Harry. Hugs for you x

Yvonne, enjoy your crafty day out, hugs x

Lorraine F, thank you for thinking of me x I hope things are good at the minute, hope the hydro helps (it used to wipe me out totally but it did a lot of good). Hope you've been able to craft loads, hugs x

To P and Maria, Billy says there are openings in his fan club if you want to join! Paw hugs from him and hugs from me x

Lynda, paw hugs and waggy tails from Billy to you and your furry and feathered friends, hugs from me x

DeeDee, welcome to your furry friend from Billy and myself. Labradoodles are great dogs, really trainable. Hugs to you both from me and wags n woofs from Billy x

I'm ticking along very carefully. Got the concert with my best friend Saturday. Been packing a little each night, have my dark glasses and a special pair of ear plugs where I'll hear all the music but it won't be loud enough to set my head off. Mr started flapping a few days ago but he's just worried about me, my best friend has been briefed what to do and when if need be. I'm feeling a bit anxious about being on the train on my own as the last time I went to a concert with my friend was the last time I went on a train alone, 4 1/2 years ago. I've not really gone anywhere alone since then, but I'm sure chocolate will help calm my nerves (any excuse for chocolate) It might be the last time, I don't know, thought I'd already had last time so I'm lucky to have a great friend happy to be my PA as well as my friend for the day. Looking forward to it but will miss my 'little' dog. I'm only away a day and night but I'm so ingrained into being home with Billy it's going to feel very weird. If anyone saw the programme on channel 4 about training rescue dogs to help disabled people this is very similar to the type of training Billy did. I am going to be exhausted after so if I don't visit you all tomorrow or for a day or two after you'll know why, no need to worry bout me :-)
OK, Billy's garden time and early to bed. This has took quite a while (well over an hour!) so apologies if I missed anyone who blogged while I was typing.

Lastly tonight, Thinking of the family, friends and constituents of Jo Cox MP. A tireless campaigner who just wanted to make the world a better place.

Wishing you all a wonderful, crafty weekend. Sending smiles and hugs to everyone, there's plenty extra if you need one.

T x

June Fletcher said...

Hi Sue

I think it's a great idea for using all your bits of leftover card. The tiny sentiment looks great on the 'H'

June x

June Fletcher said...

PS.... I think there'll be a great amount of people received striped cards in the future!

June x

June Fletcher said...

PS.... I think there'll be a great amount of people received striped cards in the future!

June x

Littlelamb said...

Really like this card Sue. I have this die and love it. Great for male cards. Thank you for the video tutorial. Very useful. Thank you.

Sandy H said...

Great card and video. The Happy die is probably the die I've used most frequently this year and now you've shown me another way to use it.
Hope Harry had a lovely first birthday, Norah.
Steph and hubby, belated Anniversary greetings.
Take care everyone.

Nanna Tina said...

Hi Sue
I have this die so lovely to see another way to use it I have a huge but box with lots of strops so will be having ago at this one as it's quick and easy.
Mick is settling in nicely I have 2 carers who come 4 times a day and family also help out, he has his next PET scan on Monday so I have mixed feelings I don't want them to find anything so we have 3 months for him to gain weight but I do want them to find something so it can be treated and ease some of the symptoms he has but he does need to be strong enough to cope with treatment, thank you for your kind words and wishes they mean the world to me.
Happy crafting
Love and huge hugs to you all
Love Tina xxxx

Kate's Cards said...

Oooooh very different!

theresa w said...

Lovely card sue x would be fantastic for the guys x always looking for ideas for the awkward ones !
Theresa w xxx

fame01 said...

Oh Sue
What a card great for the men in our life's
thanks for sharing with us
Hugs Sarah xxx

Diffy said...

I love this die set I have made so many mens a teenagers cards using this - it's really good for using with other dies and images aswell. Love your card, thanks for the inspiration x

Diffy said...

I love this die set I have made so many mens a teenagers cards using this - it's really good for using with other dies and images aswell. Love your card, thanks for the inspiration x