Saturday, 9 July 2016

Floating Alcohol Ink

Hello bloggers!  While it is probably a bit odd to some of you to see a truly clean and simple card come from my hands, I just felt like this technique required it to show off the beauty of the finished piece.  It is great fun to do so I hope you will watch the video and give it a go yourself!

The winner of this week's Wednesday Card Giveaway is:

Theresa G!!!

Congratulations!  Please email me at to confirm your address and claim your card.

The finished dimensions are 6 1/2" x  7 1/2" in size.  All for now, Sue x


Pam said...

Gorgeous card Sue, love it. Simple but effective.My Christmas Starry Sky and cottages dies came yesterday, they are gorgeous, you are a clever lady.
Congratulations to Theresa, you lucky lucky lady, enjoy.
Caring thoughts to Tracey and family, Elaine and Andrew, Tina and Mick, and all who are not well or sad.
To everyone I wish you a happy weekend , hugs to all.

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Love this card and technique. Will catch the video later.
Have a good weekend.
Jan x

Unknown said...

GM Sue. I am intrigued. This looks lovely. Will watch video later. Happy weekend.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

I really like the cas card

Dragonsnap2 said...

I love this card. Gorgeous.
Congratulations to Theresa G.
D x

Unknown said...

Wonderful CAS card! I didn't know you could use alcohol inks that way so thanks for the tutorial on that. Debra x

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue from a gorgeous day in sunny Spain. The first day of what i am hoping is going to be a beautiful weeks holiday lol. Todays card is wonderful. Will watch the video when i get back home. Congratulations to Theresa on winning her beautiful card. I recieved my nativity,cottages, christmas roses dies and stamps, stocking gitf card and christmas shadow box dies just before i cams away they look amazing and i cant wait to use them when i get home. You are a very clever and talented lady who gives insperation to everyone. Have a great weekend.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Steph Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. There is nothing unusual or strange about today's sample. Those that have been following you since you started this blog - what, about 5 - 7ish years now maybe (I found you just over 2 years ago) have seen so many changes in the designs of your work,from the Spellbinder days to now, your own collection with your name on how incredible is that ? So nothing ever surprises us when we open the door to your lovely blog each day our eye's just get bigger our mouths wider and our WOW'S louder oh, and our bank accounts smaller, so keep doing what you do because we love looking forward to whatever comes next, and whatever is coming next. A lovely soothing, calming start to our day, with a more masculine colour change in the background this would make the ideal CAS male card.
Many congratulations to Theresa G. What an honour it is to own the gorgeous Wednesday card, another lucky 'blog friend' to join the club.
Sending my usual hugs to you Sue and Sam. Have a great day xx

Anonymous said...

Like the simplicity of this card Sue, love the colours of the background. . Congratulations to Teresa. JJxx

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card. Congratulations Theresa.
Nancyd xx

Karen Derbyshire, said...

Clean and simple, lovely!

Unknown said...

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

Debs Cards xxx

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. I love the clean lines of this card. Congratulations to Teresa on your win. Hugs to all, especially Tracy. Sue xxx

JAO said...

Congrats Teresa, great card Sue.

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card, I am a fan of clean and simple. I'll watch the video later. Congrats to Theresa.
B xx

Hunnymummy54 said...

Good morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
Lovely clean simple card
have a good day all
Sharon xxx

Unknown said...

Love it, love it, love it. Clean and simple and so effective - just that I like! Thank you Sue
Maggie B xx said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a great any occasion card.
Congratulations to Theresa.
It is carnival day today so lets hope the sun comes out.
Have fun Take care Kitty.

Muriel said...

Hello Sue and all
What a fabulous technique, I will have to seek out my alcohol inks, I didn't know they could be used this way either. I can see so many lovely colour combinations behind your dies, specially the background dies, mind is whirring again. After the school holidays I will be playing with so many of your inspiring ideas.
Congratulations Teresa, enjoy your beautiful Sue original
Have a great weekend
Muriel x

Wacki Macky said...

Hi Sue, yes, an unusual card but so crisp and clean,

thank you,

Pearl xx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue. Oh my goodness!!! I hadn't realised that you could use alcohol inks in this way! The marbling results are stunning and I can see hours of fun ahead of me 'playing' with all the different colour combinations-thank you Sue for bringing this to our attention.
Congratulations to Theresa, enjoy your beautiful card.x

T Simmons said...

Love this card. Thank you for the tutorial. Hugs

T Simmons said...

Love this card. Thank you for the tutorial. Hugs

Wings said...

Morning Sue
Stunning & elegant thank you for the ideas
Best wishes
Karen M

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Just FABULOUS. I'll have to try this technique, too............ If only the day had 48 hours....... LOL
Hugs, Rose

Unknown said...

Wow gorgeous
Congratulations theresa on your win

Jackie T said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous I love the design. I am looking forward to watching the video later. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Anonymous said...

Another technique to try - don't have any alcohol inks, but think may just need some! Really like the wee die cut into the larger one. Your video, as ever, much appreciated, Sue.
Pet pals - thanks for asking. Little Beauty (black of course) was a feral cat who never grew so is about the size of a 5 month kitten. She still doesn't like being touched but needs must (plus sedation at vets).... slight kidney problems and anaemia, so B12 jabs and fingers crossed. Thankfully will live to fight another day, but she doesn't have any 'spare' fat to sustain her - only 2.2kg. Was very fearful and still am, but for the moment she is happy enough and eating.
Well done to Theresa on the card win.
Hugs to all, especially Tracy and our poorly friends.

'P' in Wales

TDQ Karen said...

Love these type of cards, will try this with my happy birthday set.
Congratulations to Theresa x

PharmacyMichele said...

Love this card, it's so different .

Congrats to the card winner.


BridgetCG said...

Hi Sue, this is a great technique, and a fab card. Just inspired me for 2 birthday cards I have to make this weekend. Off to watch the video. Well done Theresa on winning the giveaway card. Have a great day all. Bx

Annie Stamps said...

Good morning Sue. Fab card today as always. I love the colours, they blend together beautifully. I always struggle when I make cards with a lot of white space.

I shall watch the video a bit later when I put my feet up, literally... my ankles and feet are swollen again so I have to elevate them. Hopefully I can avoid getting cellulitis, fingers crossed.

Have a lovely weekend everyone.

Annie P

Chris Curry said...

What a lovely card Sue. A great sentiment that can be sent any time, and I really like the alcohol inks idea. Thank you. Xx

SueJ said...

Lovely clean simple card Sue, perfect for so many occasions.

Congratulations Theresa, enjoy your card.

Unknown said...

Hi Sue, this is definitely a CAS card but beautiful.
Love Val in Spain x

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
Wow that's a different you card but isn't it lovely. Must try this mar belling tecnique. It's lovely to see one of the word dies up close, what amazing detail. Thank for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx

Congratulations Theressa enjoy your card xx
Denise happy holiday xxx
Annie keep those feet up! Xx
P I hope your little cat is ok xxx
Tracey sending you a huge hug, my thoughts are with you and the family xxx

Gloria Robey said...

Morning Sue ,lovely card .This is so different .Did enjoy the video Thanks Gloria (sidcup ) xx

Craftychris said...

Ooh I am loving this card! The alcohol ink background is so pretty and I love the die set! Thank you for a fabulous video too! xxx

Unknown said...

Morning Sue, I do like this card it is so simple yet can mean a lot for different reasons
KathyB x

marg said...

Morning Sue!
This is a must Video..I don't have alchohol inks so that will be interesting!
Well done to Theresa on your win.
Love Marg

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a clean and simple card, these dies are such a clever idea. I loved the marbelling technique and to cover it in micro beads makes it awesome! Once again I thoroughly enjoyed the video thanks for sharing. I agree with Steph you have come a long way since you first started your blog I have been with you from the beginning and I'm thrilled you are getting the recognition you so richly deserve.
'P' in Wales hope Little beauty gets better X
Congratulations Theresa!
Hugs x

Clare Powell said...

Beautiful simple card, love the colours behind the hugs x

scrAPpamondo said...

Fabulous technique, thanks for sharing! Your CAS is adorable!

gwen70 said...

Simple but stylish, love it

Anne said...

I had no idea you could use alcohol inks in this way - it looks great and I will have to give it a go. A beautiful card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

Rosemary Stickland said...

Love the look of this card, clean and simple
but suitable for so many occasions.
Rosemary xx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue
A great CAS card. Will watch the video latr.

Unknown said...

Stunning card sue love it !!!!!! You are so gifted and generous with your gift thank you
Love always June Horrocks xxxxxx
Congrats to the winner xx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
A clean & simple card but a great look. Congratulations to Theresa. Yvonne xx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Love it, love it, love it!....and so different to yesterday's girlie offering but no less gorgeous...

Congratulations to Theresa G, you will love your card...


nattyboots said...

Clean neat and simple, Sue i love it .
Well done to Theresa enjoy your beautiful card .

Thank you for your continued good wishes for Andrew , he was admitted to Hospital again yesterday as the fluid is still a big issue ,the consultant said if the fluid was infected they would have to do a small operation , however after tests etc it turns out that Andrew has a tube that is infected so he was allowed home with antibiotics ,he has to go back on Monday.
We just hope that the tablets do the work and he will be able to start the chemo.

Sending big hugs to all
Elaine H X

CraftyJo said...

Love it :)

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Lovely card Sue and very useful video. I love the two different effects you get from the gloss card verses normal card. Thank you Sue X X X

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, great card, so simple but so effective. Love it. Hope e ery one has a peaceful weekend.

Love Rosemarie X X

Bejay said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card and great video! When I saw the effects from the alcohol ink on the card it made me want to say, "Groovy Baby,". Yes, sadly I'm a child of the 60s...please note I said CHILD lol.
Theresa, congratulations on winning the lovely card on Wednesday, you're going to love it!
Healing thoughts to all who need them right now, and crafty hugs to everyone. Happy Saturday!
Bejay xx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, oh this is such a lovely card, looks so stylish and of course you can batch make them, how lovely this is, your so clever Sue.

Congratulations to my friend Theresa G on winner the Wednesday giveaway, well done xxx

Thinking of you all including Tracey and family, Tina, Mick, Elaine and Andrew and anyone else who can do with a big hug today.

Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs June Smith xxx

karenlotty said...

This is lovely I have the HAPPY and SMILE dies so will be eagerly watching this video

Leanne said...

Great technique for this beautiful CAS card.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love love love the card and the video too, the perspectives are great for clean and simple cards, thank you for sharing

Laine thank you for asking, Sarah enjoyed the few days away, hotel had a kids club so there was lots going on and they visited the Tayto theme park and crisp factory and Dubin zoo. Sarah and Michael coming for sleepover tonight so off to sainsburys now to stock up the fridge!!
Sending caring hugs to Tracy, Elaine, Nana Tina and Wheelybad xxxx

Hugs and best wishes everyone

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
A lovely clean and simple card. The colours are so pretty. Thanks for sharing.
Congratulations to Theresa G on winning the card.
Have a great day everyone.

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Oops I forgot to say Congrats Theresa on your win X X X

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, what a pretty crd, I love the clean and simple style of this card. The video is as always so clear to follow. Thank-you

Unknown said...

To My Very Dear Special Friend Sue,
Sue You've Done It Again You've Created The Most "Extremely Exquisite
Card," Also A Very Informative Video With Lots Of Tips And Techniques, I Must Say
I Love "The Hugs Die Used Today From The Perspective Collection."
I Love Watching You Showing Us All Fabulous Techniques, I Really Enjoyed Seeing You
Use "Alcohol Inks," The Colours Were Very Beautiful.
Also You Used The Awesome "Micro Beads" (I Keep Forgetting To Use Mine)
Sue Thank You So Very Much For Sharing You Inspire Me Daily, I Truly Appreciate It So Very Much....
Warmest Fond Wishes To Colin And Heather
Love And Huge Hugs To Yourself
Love From Sam xxx
Hugs To All Wilsonettes Congratulations To Theresa G For Winning The Beautiful Wednesday Gift Card Enjoy...
Huge Hugs To Steph, Steph I Couldn't Have Said Things Better Than Yourself About Sue's Wonderful Blog Long May It Continue.....

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. Looks simple (but it's not) and stylish. Thanks for your inspirational video. Congratulations to the very lucky card winner. I keep hoping one day.........

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Love it! Sometimes that's all that needs to be said. SueL x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Love this card - sometimes less is more and great for those awkward men and teens in our card making lives.
Beverley W

Paula said...

Now that is my ideal card today Sue! I love clean and simple, even if I have been converted to your other cards. :) I can't wait to see the video, so I shall go and make the cup of tea I can't seem to watch your videos without.
Hugs to everyone in need of them today, especially Tracy,
Paula x

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Gorgeous card clean and simple I love these dies so useful I really enjoy making

backgrounds to enhance the words I have even used bright ribbon with multi coloured

stripes. Thankyou for the Alcohol inks idea I must dig out the box hidden away and

try this.

Congratulations to the card winner

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Fantastic card today sue x the sentiment looks great as the main focus and can't wait to watch the video later to see how you done the background x
Congratulations Theresa g xxx must admit to getting excited for a second then I saw the 'G' !!! Lol x still excited for you though xxx
Recently became auntie to twin girls and although mum was very prepared all the bits are too big for them so off to look for tiny clothes to take down tomorrow when we go for a cuddle xxx
Sending love and hugs to tracy x
Elaine really hope the antibiotics work quickly and andrew feels better x
Tina and mick sending hugs x
Wheely bad hope your well rested and your migraines are keeping away x
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Karen Drew said...

Oh wow!! Didn't know you could use the alcohol inks in that way. I have seen them done with shaving foam. Not got this die but going to give it a go using a striplet die.
Love the clean and simple idea
Karen xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Love today's card, it is simply gorgeous, thank you.
Congratulations to Theresa G, commiserations to Theresa W!!!!
'P' in Wales, Black Beauty deserves love and she has the right owner to give her that.
Love to all who are ill and their carers.
Maureen xx

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. What a lovely clean and simple card today that would work for either gender.
I will have to try this technique as the result looks so striking.


Deb E Isle of Wight said...

What a simple looking but stunningly effective card - just love it...

sandieann21 said...

Simple and stylistic

Glenharon said...

Good morning Sue and the Wilsonettes,
This is a bonnie clean and simple card Sue and i think that our Tracy could just use some of what it conveys at this time. I love the softness of the colours that are behind the hugs and it shows that it doesn't need to be strong and vibrant to make an impact. Thank you Sue and a lovely card that just says everything it needs without needing to shout.
Well done Theresa G on winning this weeks card, that was a really bonnie card and i hope you have it's place all ready for it.
Sorry that it wasn't your turn Theresa W but it will be one day. Congratulations on becoming an Auntie, have fun looking for those tiny clothes for the babies and the cuddles that are just waiting upon you opening your arms. Twins are normally smaller than other babies because there is the two of them, i was 5lb and my twin Jim was 4lb 7oz and there was 46 minutes between us. The doctors kept telling mum that she was only having the one baby as she was too small to have two in there. They were trying to get Mum cleaned up and checked over after Jim came along when they discovered ooops they had made a mistake and there was another baby waiting it's turn to come. The most surprising thing about it all was when we moved to Sauchie and started after the christmas holidays to find another girl not only born on the same day as us but she was born inbetween our births. Enjoy the babies' and their cuddles.
Pam flower, i am so very proud of Rory as he does have things that are more like scaling Mount Everest to overcome but he is doing it one at a time and getting more control of himself. The thing that i wish is that i could get him to join in with others more but he is very much a loner and finds it difficult to join in with others, although if he finds someone a bit like himself he takes to them like a fish to water and it's trying to prise him away then from his new found friend. Thank you for thinking about my boy Pam it is really kind of you.
Sending hugs to Tracy who could do with them wrapped around her and her sister, Andrew and i hope the antibiotics take effect Elaine for him over the weekend as your boy isn't half going through the mill the now, to Mick who i hope is improving even if it slowly by each passing day and all the rest of the Wilsonettes that could really do with, want or need some, the hugs are there for you all,
love and crafty hugs
Norah (glenochil)

Suebak said...

These words are my favourite dies. The upper case font makes them so bold. Thank you for reminding me of this alcohol ink technique. Love, love, love the white space. Ace card.

Susan x

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely clean and simple card. Love the technique using inks in water and then adding microbeads, it makes a great background. My Christmas Shadow Box die arrived earlier and I am going to have a little play this afternoon.

Congratulations Theresa G on being the Wednesday Winner, enjoy your card.
Elaine - Hope the antibiotics work quickly for Andrew.
'P' - Little Beauty is really little - 2.2kg is tiny, no wonder you are so fearful. Fingers crossed that the B12 jabs do the job.


Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

I think the technique you've shown us is another great way to use the alcohol inks. I really like this 'clean' look also

Congratulations to Theresa... enjoy

Have a great weekend Sue

June x

Doreenj said...

Another great card,Sue,


Jean said...

I loved watching how you made this! Such a pretty background! Lvoe it!

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Fabulous card. Congratulations to Theresa :-) Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

barbara macaskill said...

WOW! Alcohol inks coming out today!!! This is so cool and I really love the effect it gives!! Beautiful card! TFS!
Congratulations Theresa G on winning this week's card!! Enjoy!

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous card Sue

and congratulations to theresa.

gr karin van eijk

nzillingworth said...


Unknown said...

Good afternoon lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

Clean and simple cards aren't usually my thing but after watching the creative process on your video I could be a convert:-)....normally, if it doesn't have a flower, glitter and pearl embellishments then it's unfinished in my world. However, the fact of the matter is that this delightful card doesn't need any of that. I love the water bath technique with the alcohol inks, it's so effective.....and adding the micro beads is a stroke of pure genius that gives the background not just colour but texture too. The Hugs die is fantastic and suitable for males and females of all ages....I have it but ashamedly haven't used it yet:-(. I think that I will definitely be giving this little stunner a trial run.
What am I going to do with my time when the tennis has finished tomorrow ? I'm not sure if my Mum always shares my enthusiasm though since she's spent the past three hours or so dead to the world:-)....I think that she might make a bigger effort for Andys game though.
I have been repeatedly, and rather rudely, interrupted by two rather sodden pussies wandering in and out of the rain....I don't know if they are peculiar in their joy at being rubbed within an inch of their lives with an old towel:-) So a rather quiet and un eventful afternoon.....
P, Little Beauty sounds so dinky, she's half the size of my Darcey, who isn't a big cat either. I think that you must have a season ticket to your local vets:-) I hope that the B12 injections help your baby with her anaemia and that her other ailments subside....I hate to hear of a furry four paws being unwell, I'd much rather suffer the illness instead, hope she perks up soonxxx
Elaine, sorry to hear of Andrews trip to the hospital, hope the medication puts an end to his woes so that he can proceed with the next stage of his treatment, hugs to you bothxxxx
Annie, how awful for you to have oedema, it can really get nasty and rather painful to boot....I had cellulitis a couple of years ago that developed into blood clots on my lung so I do hope that you don't develop it, keep your legs elevated above your waist if possible, it can helpxxx
Hugs to Tina and Mick, hope you are continuing to improvexxx
Hugs to my poorly bestie Yvonne, life's just not the same without your acid tongue dear, get well soon dearxxxxx
Cuddles to all my blog buddies, take care and I wish you well and a happy weekendxxxx

Crafty hugs


Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
Such a beautiful clean card just right for those difficult teen and male cards. Pat so glad Sarah enjoyed her time away. Elaine I hope Andrew has better news on Monday.

Barbara said...

Love this card Sue! So simple but effective and a great video too.

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, Ohhhhh, this is different, CAS but very lovely. I'm off to see 'how to' do this 'tie die'.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Congratulations to the lucky card Winner !! Almost forgot !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Nannieflash said...

Good Evening Sue, oh that is so pretty, I love the design and the colour choice. hugs Shirleyxxx

Welsh Dors said...

Hi Sue,
Thanks for the video an excellent reminder of a forgotten technique. Lovely card.

BenteS said...

A very pretty card and a great technique!
Thanks for the informative video!
Congrats to the Wednesday Card winner!

liz spooner said...

This card is very clean but I am not surprised by anything you produce Sue, as they are all uniquely you.xx

Anonymous said... are amazing. I've been crafting for a number of years now and I've used alcohol inks a lot, but I have never seen the floating technique done before. Learned something new today--thank you. My crafting friend is coming over again next week and we were going to play with the alcohol inks, so this was perfect timing.

Loved the video and loved your card. (big smile)

Jan D., Florida, USA

Littlelamb said...

Lovely card Sue. Haven't tried this technique so must look out the alcohol inks and give it a go. I have the Hugs die and love it. My new Christmas dies arrived yesterday but haven't had time to play yet. Been out all day. Whacked now. Thank you for sharing this with us.

Theresa said...

i'm sure you've posted this video before but it is anyway a great card. i really need to try this technique, hugs xx said...

Great card Sue - sometimes less is more! X

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
...I just love this card!!!! The perspective die sets are well up on my list of favourites....they are just that little bit different!! ...and what beautiful cards they make!!

hazel young said...

Stunning card xx hazel

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Absolutely beautiful! Love your clean and simple cards. Congratulations to Theresa G, you lucky thing!
P I hope poor Little Beauty makes a full recovery. She is so tiny bless her. Scamp is only very small too, bigger than Beauty though! I'm sure with all your love and nursing she will come through well.
Love and hugs to everyone, Alison xxx

Dawn Holben said...

This maybe simple but it is still gorgeous.
I love those colours in the background.
I also think that beautiful die works beautifuly on it's own.

Tressa said...

At last, back to reasonably fast internet and the blogosphere. I have now to catch up on nearly three weeks of your blogs. Discovered I missed out on a chance to win your new dies, congrats to the winners, commiserations to me!!!!!

Another very interesting and very effective technique, now I just need to spend some pennies on alcohol inks! Love the simplicity of this card. The technique makes it ideal for a man's card where something fancy is not appropriate.


Yorkie girl said...

Good evening Sue and all your crafty crew
I love today's card and like a lot of the other Wilsonetts I have never seen the technique you used before but I will be trying it out
And I am totally gobsmacked at winning the Wed card.... and what a stunner it is to ......I have been out at a craft show all day Yes I know and yes I spent to much But I did get some lovely crafty stuff
I have to Thank you all for your congratulations messages
Hugs to anyone that may need one
Love Theresa G

Betty McAlister said...

Hi Sue. Love the simplicity of this card. Will watch video tomorrow. Congratulations to Theresa. X

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

A gorgeous card Sue, not had chance to watch the video yet, but will definitely do soon. Nice clean and simple card with beautiful colours coming through.

I have been to the craft show at Doncaster racecorse today, which is why I am so late commenting. I bought some bargain dies, 2 of Sue's, 1 Spellbinders and two small Presscut ones. Some Cosmic shimmer PVA and some foundation card. I joined in the make and takes , making a parchment butterfly, and a spray of blossoms from paste.

I was pleasantly surprised to see John Lockwood demo'ing there. He didn't have much room, but he was so nice to the people watching him and asking questions. He has a lovely calmness about him, not to mention being very talented.

I am hoping to return tomorrow to hunt out more bargains. It was great to see Sue's dies everywhere, especially the new Christmas collection.

Love Helen xxx

Helen Bell said...

Hi , Sorry Sue for second comment, but forgot to wish Theresa G congratulations on her Wednesday card win.
Wonder if you were in Donny too today Theresa?

Love Helen xxx

shabbycraftcabin said...

Fantastic alcohol ink technique, love it. Simple but classy card. Hugs, Ivy C X

Unknown said...

Hi Sue
Great video and I love the really clean lines of the card. sometimes less is definitely more.
With Best Wishes
Elaine Ann

Sandy H said...

Lovely car. Great video, such an effective technique.
Congratulations to Theresa G on your card win, I'm envious.
Take care everyone.

Denise Bryant said...

Love that HUGS die and the pretty background for it! Awesome card!

dragonswing said...

Great video! I haven't tried marbling with the alcohol inks, but it is now on my to-do list. Love the Hugs die---but I think I will try using a colored cardstock in back to make the &kisses stand out more. Thanks for the tutorial.

Janet Wilson said...

Love the alcohol ink background, I've never seen it done with water before, looks stunning.

Meg Owen said...

Different but I like it a lot.


Unknown said...

Not really my sort of card, but neat clean design