Tuesday, 12 July 2016

Fabulous Day

Hello crafters!  Another Heated Pearls technique card for you today. I had a bit of leftover from a larger piece that I made and just couldn't let it go to waste, now could I!    I embossed a piece of coconut white card using the Blossom Brocade embossing folder for texture.  I added a thin black mat to my strip of heated pearls and glued it to the left side of the card.  If you would like to see how this was created, you can watch the Heated Pearls video on the Creative Expressions You Tube channel.  Next I cut the Hamilton die in black and backed it in white, then cut the centre out to make a frame.  I stamped my sentient then added the frame over it with foam.  I seated it on the right and added Beaded Swirl Flourishes above and below it as accents.  Two black Dazzlers accented the lower corner. A white pierced mat, a thin black mat and a final white mat were added to complete the card. The finished dimensions are 6 1/4" x  7 3/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Stunning card Sue, I love it.
Yvonne, I know it's only banter with you and Laine.
Daily thoughts for Tracey and family, Elaine and Andrew, Tina and Mick, and all our missing friends, I haven't seen Cheryl for a while, hope all is okay.
I am going to my cousins funeral today, he was the eldest in the family at 69, a year older than me. He was my hero when we were kids, taught me to ride a bike, roller skate, those were the days. So very sad.

Dragonsnap2 said...

Great card. I'll definitely have to try that technique. Thanks Sue.
D x

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card and you have to use every piece.
Nancyd xx

Unknown said...

Hi Sue
No you must not waste a piece like that! It's a beautiful piece to add to a card and the card is so much prettier for it.
Anne M xxx

Kim Dibben said...

Gorgeous card Sue xx one if the techniques on my to do list, wish I had more spare time xx love Kim D

Kim Dibben said...

Gorgeous card Sue xx one if the techniques on my to do list, wish I had more spare time xx love Kim D

Jan.moogie said...

Now this could very easily be adapted to a male orientated card and still be enjoyable to make. Wow Sue you are the greatest, have a fantastic day, hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Karen Derbyshire said...

Very nice.

auscrafts said...

Lovely card ,nice embossing folder

Muriel said...

Hello Sue and all
Fabulous technique and it would be a shame to waste such a lovely piece, love those New Zealand dies, they make such great frames for sentiments.
Thinking of you Pam,
hugs to you and everyone in need
Muriel x

Anonymous said...

Nice card Sue. Haven't tried this technique. JJxx

hazel young said...

Stunning card Sue xx hazel

BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, such a striking card, the heated pearls panel really makes everything pop. It is a technique I have yet to try. Have a great day. Bx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, I so like todays creation especially with the black beaded swirl flourishes to finish it off and such a lovely way to use up that left over piece of the heated pearl technique.

Pam my thoughts are with you on this sad day, but look back and cherish the wonderful memories that you have of your cousin.

Also thinking of Tina and Mick, Elaine and Andrew and Tracey and her family, hugs to you all

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

tracy w said...

Hi Sue
Another stunning card love the colours and the dies thank you tracyw x

JAO said...


Steph Cotterill said...

Morning Sue.
Another lovely card for us today. What stands out to me the most is how powerful the Hamilton die looks in black backed by white, it really draws your eye into the whole card. A really masculine card if the beaded swirls were omitted and could really girlyfy it up if you changed the colour, so this particular sample is great the way we see it but shows us how versatile it is with a couple of minor changes.
Thank you Sue for sharing your inspiration daily with us.

Thinking of you today Pam. You are always there for others, now it's our time to be here for you today xxx

My usual hugs coming your way Sue and to Sam. Hope you both have a good day xx

Hunnymummy54 said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
Another Gorgeous card definatley have to try that technique
have a lovely day all

TDQ Karen said...

Not tried this techniques, will have to take a look

Unknown said...

Morning Sue this card is gorgeous its nice that you can use your left overs on another card I do like the die you used it really does stand out in the black
KathyB x

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Lovely card, it's always good to use up "bits".
Hugs to all but special thoughts to Pam and Tracy. Sue xxx

Unknown said...

What a lovely way to ue up "leftovers"!

Maggie B xx

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and all your crafty crew
You are right how could you not use that gorgeous heated pearls piece
Love your card and the technique used ohh and the dies
In fact I love it all
Off to the Great Yorkshire Show today hope the rain stays away
Hugs to all that may need one
Love Theresa G xx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue. Lovely card and as you say you can't waste this beautiful piece. I love the way this technique comes out.

Love Rosemarie X X

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. I really like the beaded swirls. Thanks for sharing.
Pam....my thoughts are with you today.

Unknown said...

GM Sue. Lovely card. The beaded swirl die is one of my faves.

Annie Stamps said...

Stunning card Sue. I love the texture of heated pearls. The swirly die cuts are gorgeous, they really to add that finishing touch.

Annie P

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card.Love this technique.
Jan x

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue.
A wonderful card that highlights the beauty of both the heated pearl technique and the Hamilton die. Gorgeous! X

Unknown said...

Wonderful card! Has an Art Deco feel to it. Debra x

kittyedavies47@gmail.com said...

Morning Sue.
A beautiful card, Thank you.
We crafters keep every piece of special card.
Thinking of you today Pam.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

Maria - Ivyleaf Crafts said...

A lovely card Sue.
I did try this technique but still have to make something with the piece I made .... xxxx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
It's a WOW card, the panel and the dies just work together beautifully, thanks to your placement. The heated pearl is stunning in its effect.
Hugs, Rose

Jackie T said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous I love the design the dies are fantastic. I must try that technique it looks amazing. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Wacki Macky said...

..and i hope you have a fabulous day too Sue, the card is certainly fab,

thank you,

Pearl xx

crossstitchmarg said...

Morning Sue,
Another lovely card today.
Thanks for sharing

PharmacyMichele said...

Stunning card, perfect way to use up that extra panel.


hollyberry said...

Amazing card and really love the heated pearls.

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
A very lovely card today, i do love the design and the dies you have used.

Pam,,,,, it is so nice that you have so many wonderful memories i will be thinking of you today my friend .
Andrew had his tube out yesterday ,we just hope that the fluid will not collect again .
He now sees his Consultant on Thursday .

Take care everyone big hugs.
Elaine H X

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Such a striking beautiful card & as you say we crafters always use leftover bits & wow what a leftover bit to use. The Hamilton die cut in black really is a beautiful die & great frame. I have a feel of art deco when I look at this beautiful card. Yvonne xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, A lovely card, I'm loving your heated pearls strip, I will be re-watching your 'How to' later.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Anonymous said...

Great card, Sue, makes me think of the Twenties for some reason. Bought some cheap stuff to try that technique when you first showed it - not very successful though!
Yvonne G - isn't it a bit early in your relationship to give Laine a ring lol?? What she needs is a big bowlful of banoffee pie, and I'm on my way.... blow the diet!
Wheely - hope you're migraine-free now. Sorry Mr W didn't get the job, not so easy now on that front. Cuddles to Billy. Hugo our 'office boy' adds a hair to most projects, luckily tabby so quite easy to spot before posting - he loves craft.
Pam - so sad to hear your news - 69 really quite young. A difficult day for you so sending hugs - and to Tracy and all who may need one.

'P' in Wales

shabbycraftcabin said...

How beautiful and elegant this card is. My favourite technique used. Love it, Ivy C x

Chris Curry said...

A lovely card Sue, very striking. Thank you. Xx

Gloria Robey said...

Morning Sue I like the look of this card but I must have missed this technique .Will watch the Creative Expressions you tub later today .Thanks Gloria (Sidcup) xx

Barbara (C) said...

I love this technique and often make an A4 sheet up and then cut to requirements as and when needed. This is a lovely card and shows how even a small panel can be so effective. Think it could make a Male theme card with just the panel and a sentiment. That will be todays challenge for myself. Thank you Sue...

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card, great use of leftovers.
B xx

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Fantastic card and using my favourite swirl die! Us crafters NEVER throw anything away and will always find a use for left over card etc lol!
Hugs x
Heather T

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Lovely card I like everything about it. love Jean Z xxxx

Jane Franklin said...

Beautiful card and I love the embossed background. Its on my want list! Will check out the video later as I could use it in the 'thank you teacher' cards my grandson wants. Luv jxxx

SueJ said...

Stunning card Sue, really elegant.

Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous card so elegant, love the heated pearl technique.

Rosemary Stickland said...

A really striking card this morning ... love it!
Rosemary xx

marg said...

Hello Sue
Beautiful card.Love this technique.
Love Marg

BenteS said...

Just wonderful!

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Too right you couldn't waste that glorious piece - it looks like hot lava!...in fact as Barbara C said why not make up an A4 piece and cut out panels for a batch-making session with a different die and sentiment on each card...

Pam - will be thinking of you, hold on to the wonderful memories...


Beryl said...

Beautiful card.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love the right hand side but the left hand side isn't doing it for me today,

karenlotty said...

I love the technique will be looking for that on You Tube later

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Gorgeous card, haven't tried this technique yet, love the effect it gives.

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue, yes those heated pearls are definitely different they look more like molten metal than pearls. Love the design. hugs Shirleyxxxxxx

Crafty Cruiser said...

A really lovely card - and so suitable for a male.
Doreen R

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a fabulous card today, I do love the look of this tecnique and must give it a go. I must not think of my coloured pva as precious, it's easy to buy more!! Love this die cut in black and white, it's quite Art Deco isn't it. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx

Pam thinking of you today, hold on to those lovely memories, I'm sure after the sadness of the funeral there will be a few stories shared as you chat about him at the wake. Sending you a big hug xxxx

Anne said...

This is beautiful, Sue. I must try this technique.

Anne (Northampton)

Unknown said...

Stunning card sue the die is beautiful and the stamped image great!!!!
Thank you sue love always June Horrocks xxxxxxxxx

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Stunning card, love the gorgeous colours of the heated pearls. Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

Lynne L said...

Good morning Sue Lovely card I haven't seen the heated pearls technique but it looks fabulous will have to watch the video

gwen70 said...

Wonderful card Sue, will watch video later, not seen this one before

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue

I love the heated pearl technique and have used it quite often lately. I also have those dies and, again, use them often especially the beaded swirl flourishes..

June x

Lynda Mellor aka Loopy Lynda said...

Good morning Sue, waste not want not as the saying goes!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Love those beaded swirls.
Beverley W

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Hi Sue
A very lovely card, the heated pearls technique looks fab, the beaded swirls finish the card off beautifully X X X

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, stunning card, thank you for sharing.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

sued99 said...

Great card. I do try to use leftover pieces wherever possible but find that pile is just getting bigger and bigger.

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, what a great way to use up your leftover pieces. Such a pretty card. I will really have to try the Heated Pearl Technique as it looks beautiful, and so different.

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Lovely card the heated pearl technique looks stunning would make a fabulous space

themed background for a card.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Anonymous said...

Stunning card Sue reminds me of the 'roaring twenties'. Love the heated pearl technique and
Those beaded swirls have now been added to my wish list!
VC Cumbria X

Unknown said...

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

Debs Cards xxx

scrAPpamondo said...

Gorgous card, so classy!!! Great technique, too!!

Unknown said...

Great card

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. Dramatic looking with the heated pears and the white & black.

Bejay said...

Morning Sue,

WOW!! - I think that just about covers it :)

Pam, I'm so sorry for your loss. Be strong today at the farewell, I'll be thinking of you.
Bejay xx

Sue MacFall said...

Lovely use of a leftover bit. Love it.
Many thanks,
Sue Mac

Paula said...

Another lovely card Sue, I must look for the video to see how the heated pearl was done, I've seen so many of your videos that I can't remember this one. But I know as soon as I start to watch it I will say "Of course, I remember now!" :)
Hugs to all in need of them today,
Paula x

joyceone said...

Hi Sue, super card. black and white with a touch of drama.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
I think the heated pearls looks fabulous but haven't been able to try it as I don't have any gloss card, will it work on ordinary foundations card? Lovely card that uses that left over strip so well
Pam thinking of you today, hold on to those lovely memories
Yvonne the banoffee crumble sounds delicious might even be tempted to make it
Wheelybad so sorry Mr W didn't get the job but hopefully something better will come along soon. xxx
Daily hugs to Tracy,Elaine and Andrew,Nanna Tina and Mick xxx
Hugs and best wishes everyone

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue,a lovely card and it would have been criminal to throw away such a pretty piece of card. I actually like the black today, maybe becuase it does look a bit Art Deco and I love the beaded swirls which I use often. I have been having fun making my first Christmas shadow box card and using up very small pieces of coloured card. The baubles for the tree are so tiny - thank goodness for tweezers! I am pretty pleased with the result.

Pam - I hope things go well for you on this sad day. I find talking over memories always helps even if it means a few healing tears. Thinking of you.

Wheely Bad - I do hope your head feels less like a balloon today, this has been a really bad spell for you. Sorry Mr W did not get the job, it is not easy these days but keeping fingers crossed for him.

Thinking of all the other poorly Wilsonesttes, especially Tracy.


Unknown said...

To My Very Special Dear Friend Sue,
Just A Quick Message As I'm On My Way Out!!!!!!
But I Just Couldn't Go Without Say I Love Today Extremely
Beautiful Card I Love The Awesome Colour, And The Beautiful Dies.
I'm Extremely Tired At Present For Some Reason...
Love And Huge Hugs To Colin And Yourself
Love From Sam xxx

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
What a stunning card! When I first looked at it I thought the Hamilton die cuts in black and white had been stamped! Love the effect of the heated pearl technique too.
Thank you Sue for daily inspiration!
Some Christmas dies arrived yesterday!! They are gorgeous!
Pam - you are so good at helping us to remember others! Today I will be thinking of you and hoping that you will have a day when many happy memories are shared and a life celebrated. Your cousin sounds like my cousin David and he is eleven months older than me!
Hugs for all those who are unwell and their loyal Carers .
Special hug for Tracy who has been through such a lot!
Myra xx

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Another stunning card again today. I think that keeping the sentiment section simple in black and white really accentuates the beauty of the heated pearls panel. I am sure anyone would be pleased to receive a card like this.


KarinsArtScrap said...

this is gorgeous Sue you have no problem with designs

gr karin van eijk

Kate's Cards said...

I love this technique, it makes such striking cards. xxx

CraftyJo said...

Very nice :)

Jean said...

This is gorgeous! One of my faves!

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Beautiful card again sue x think I saw you do this technique with pixie powders at ally pally and I was amazed xxx you are so clever sue x
Pam thinking of you and sending love and hugs x
Tracy , elaine and andrew , tina and mick sending you all hugs x
Yvonne hope you didn't get an earbashing for calling late ! Did you make a normal crumble for the topping ?
Wheely bad sending a huge hug x
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Clare Powell said...

Gorgeous card, love the effect the heated pearls creates x

Jayem said...

Hi Sue

This is a stunning card. I have seen the video but will definitely have a refresher.


Jan from NSW (Aus)

Suebak said...

Fabulous card. Your flouishes are so useful and suit any time of year.

Susan x

ursula said...

Such a pretty card Sue, love the heated pearls background, I too keep pieces like this to use on other projects and this one of yours is a fine example, those swirls just finish this card using black card....luv Ursula xxxx

barbara macaskill said...

If I was to receive this card it would be a Fabulous Day for sure!! Absolutely gorgeous!! TFS!

Unknown said...

A very beautiful card


Tressa said...

My immediate reaction on seeing this was that it reminded me of 1920’s flappers. I think this Hamilton die in black and white along with the spray brings out that feeling. Beautiful.


gailgale said...

Fabulous card!!!!!

Princess Pixie! said...

Afternoon Sue
Oh how I love gilding flakes. They are so beautifully shiny and opulent and just get absolutely everywhere! Lol x
I cannot brag as I did yesterday about being the proud owner of all the dies used to create this beauty but with a little die substitution could try and accomplish something similar!
It is a gorgeous card Sue - thank you x
Well I am a little earlier than usual. I thought it best as I am going to the pictures a little later and didn't know if I would be up to writing my usual essay on my return. So here I am with my feet up, a coffee and a slice of homemade bakewell tart that would be big enough to feed 3 - do I care - what do you think?!!
Going to see a very adult like film - The secret life of pets. Yes me and 3 friends are going to see a cartoon. Once again - do I care - absolutely not, can't wait.
That was the reason I had to do my duty and phone Laine last night. Tuesday is our usual catch up night where we talk for England so I considered her feelings and decided rather than just not bothering I would make the effort last night. No doubt little Miss Snooty will give you a tale of woe about how inconsiderate I am but don't be taken in. Lol x
Pam - I'm sorry to hear about the loss of your cousin. I hope that today went well and was a chance to remember happy times which I always find a huge comfort. Lots of love x
Elaine - I hope Andrew's appointment with the consultant brings positive news. We will all be there in spirit. Hugs x
P - it wasn't our first call. I can think of many things that Laine could do with but banoffee crumble is not one of them. Lol. We are really hoping that Laine will be able to come and stay in September and her ladyship has already begun to make unreasonable demands for obscene amounts of cheesecake. I had better oblige or she'll only make a fuss. Lol. You are more than welcome any time. Croydon quite a way though. I am more than happy to be anyone's feeder. Hugs x
Pat - honestly you must give the crumble a go - so easy but soooo delish x
Theresa W - I just let Laine waffle and make appropriate noises so that she thinks I am listening. Lol. The crumble I make is gluten free as I have Coeliac Disease but ordinary plain old crumble would be fine. The bananas and caramel are so gloriously sickly sweet and sticky that it just does not need any fancy topping. Now stop dribbling and go make one x
Wheely - sorry you are feeling so rough hun. Sending gentle hugs x
Tracy - thinking of you lovely lady. Sending love and hugs x
Tina - hope things are going smoothly for Mick at the moment. Lots of love x
OK better go get my well rounded bottom into gear in preparation for my evening of entertainment. It has been really dull with on and off showers all day - mainly on! I hope everyone is OK.
Take care all
Love and happy thoughts
Crafty hugs

P.S. Laine don't go on too much about how neglectful you think I am because it just won't wash. Everyone will see through you before long just like I have x

Princess Pixie! said...

P.P.S. Maria - how are you hun. Will you be Ally Pa!lying in September?

ssn.wht@gmail.com said...

Fabulous card Sue - will have to check out the video on that technique when I get some time, as it's really effective. Thanks for sharing, Susan x

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Stunning card and love the heated pearl effect. Must have a go at that one. Love how it is all set off with the black. Just gorgeous.

Laura O said...

Stunning card sue love the gold melted feel to it fab, Laura O

Eunice said...

The heated pearls technique is different, but I really do like the small amount that you used on this card.

sandieann21 said...

Lovely card,Sue.

Dawn Holben said...

Absolutely stunning, i love that strip of gold colours.
Such a rich look and the other die gives it such an elegant look.

liz spooner said...

Gorgeous really love this background like molten rock.xx

Unknown said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

Oh what joy! You're using the New Zealand collection so I'm a happy bunny.....Yvonne will be annoyed that it's not the Belgian:-)......I have been trying to exercise my mojo at present but it appears to have not only left the building but the country too:-), so this gorgeous card gives me some real inspiration to get my motor going again. I love the heated pearl panel but can't quite remember the products/ techniques used.....is it cosmic shimmer glue on acetate with mica powder then heated until bubbling like lava? I'll need to refresh my memory because the colours are like molten metals, absolutely gorgeous! Great way to use up spare scraps. Love the EF and the beaded swirls, very luxurious, fab card going straight into my definitely to do folder.
Apologies for my absence the past two days.....my mum has only just scrapped me down from the ceiling after winning the comment game last week:-)......I've been having real trouble with my Outlook mail account, they've changed the format in their infinite wisdom and I now can't make heads nor tails of it;-( I spent over two hours writing and attempting to send an email to Sue only for it to keep disappearing. I'm SO annoyed! I eventually had to admit defeat and my own idiocy to Yvonne and ask her to message Sue instead....she thinks that I did it deliberately to rub her nose in the fact that she is indeed a grade A loser and NOT Sues no. 1 fan....okay, true:-)......she , in a rare act of kindness agreed, though I wouldn't be surprised if she gave her own address:-)
I had every intention of posting yesterday after my conversation with Yvonne....BIG mistake!....apart from being about 30 mins later than scheduled, choice words were exchanged as a result:-), I was emotionally frazzled after spending the best part of an hour listening to her piffle.....she is very high maintainence as I'm sure you've gathered, and demands that the main theme of the conversation revolves around her. You get the gist, I heard all about the banofee crumble, cinema experience and umpteen amount of washings she had on the line today and I was totally drained, needing an early night to recuperate:-)
P, you think that it's too early in our relationship for a ring? I think I deserve some recompense for everything I have to put up with, being involved with Yvonne should come with sweeteners/perks. I'm fully expecting to be the size of a small people carrier by the time I return home from Ally Pally what with the promise of Eton Mess, cheesecake and white chocolate fudge....shame that she has to resort to blatant bribery to get people to visit her though:-(
Pam, I'm so sorry to hear about your cousin, that's a relatively young age to be passing so you must be in a state of shock, particularly given your close relationship. Cherish those fond memories, it keeps their spirit close to you during the tough times. Sending hugsxxxx
Wheely Bad, sorry to hear that you've been struggling and that Mr W was unsuccessful in his interview:-( hope things will improve for you both soonxxxx
Elaine, how did Andrews appointment with the consultant go? Any good news about the next stage of treatment?
Tina, is everything okay with you and Mick, thinking of youxxxx
Maria, how are you sweetie? Missing youxxx
Tracy, thinking about you lovely lady, big cuddles coming your wayxxxx
Yvonne, enjoy your trip to the cinema....not surprised it's to see a cartoon, just about your intellectual level isn't it?
Hugs to all my bestest blog buddies, take carexxxx

Crafty hugs


Brenda said...

Hello Sue,

What a beautiful card, just love it all. Thank you for sharing. Love Brenda xxx

Theresa said...

lush card. another technique that i need to try, hugs xx

Karen Drew said...

Fabulous card
Karen xx

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue!
This technique is lovely and gives such a dramatic effect.

Anonymous said...

Such a fabulous card. Thanks so much for your inspiration. Love the effect on the panel - will give it a try and hope it turns out OK.
C MacHugh

Maria said...

Hi Sue and everyone.
Oh this is a nice card, must have a look at the heated pearl
technique. Had great fun using Alcohol Inks with Julia on
Saturday. Looking forward to see you soon.

Pam- so sorry you have had a sad day but so many
lovely memories to remember.Sending you a hug x
Tina and Mick- hope all is fine x
Sending hugs to Tracy and family x
Wheelybad- hope you starting to feel better x
Lynda- hope you get a better night x
Yvonne- my friend, of course I'm going to A P in
September, would be rude not to Lol Banana crumble and
Meringues sound very nice. Enjoy the movie x
Well wishes to all who are poorly and many hugs to
you all, Maria x

Tres said...

Hi Sue. A gorgeous card today !!! I love the look of the heated pearl technique. I will have to investigate how to do this technique. It produces a lovely effect. I love the beaded swirl die and it is on my wish list. The Hamilton die looks fab in black and white. I have this die and have just finished a card using it today !!! I will try and send you a photo of it Sue. I used your gorgeous Roccoco striplet die to. Thank you for sharing this gorgeous card today. Sending lots of love to you Sue from Tres x x x

Sending love to everyone from Tres x x x

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Fantastic card, love the way you used the piece of heated pearls, no, you couldn't waste it, it is too pretty.
Di B. x

Lynda's craft's said...

Hello Sue sorry I'm late
Wow I love this card the heated pearl technique is lovly
I have done this & realy is easy & looks stunning.
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xxx

Hug's for my special Friends xx

Betty McAlister said...

Beautiful card Sue. Must check out this technique.
Pam so sorry for your loss but you have great memories to support you.

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue

Wow this is striking. Lovely embossing folder too. I am kicking mysel now as I almost bought the Hamilton die at the weekend, but opted for the Sydney one instead, (amongst others). However, I am happy with my choice as I've seen some stunning samples you have made with the Sydney set. I love the black and white with an opulent gold strip. Just lovely.

Love Helen xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue. A beautiful card. Loving the beaded swirl die and the heated pearls technique looks fab must give this a try.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Sandy H said...

Gorgeous design. Love the heated pearls panel. I still haven't located my mica powders so this technique is still on the 'must do' list.
Take care everyone.

Berina RGA said...

Such a beautiful card!! Love the black and white!! the heated pearl technique is lovely!!
Moxie Craftie

Littlelamb said...

Well I don't know where yesterday went but I realised I had failed to comment. This is a gorgeous card Sue. Must watch the video again and try this technique. Thank you for sharing.

Craftychris said...

Awesome, awesome, awesome! xxx

Suzzette Yandle said...

Cool technique for the "Heated Pearls". I went back and re-watched your video again. I must give this technique a try. Love how the effect looks with the mica and Cosmic Shimmer Dries Clear Glue. Your card today is lovely.

Jean Bullock said...

Oh my gosh, I love that blossom embossing and Hamilton die. The card is beautiful of course! I pinned it to my Sue board.

julie laz said...

Hi sue, sorry again for the late feedback (had a bad few days)
This is beautiful, you always do beautifu,l that's why your blog is loved,
Big crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

Unknown said...

Hi Sue
I love the black and white theme with the texture and colour of the heated pearls. A beautiful card.
With best wishes
Elaine Ann

julie laz said...

Hi sue, sorry not commented, but been too ill,
just want you to no I always go back and look at your art work,
I love all your cards and I copy most of them lol,
Crafty hugs Julie laz xxx