Tuesday, 30 August 2016

Snow Globe Shaker Card


Hello there my crafty friends!  Today's video shows how to use the new treat cups in conjunction with the Snow Globe die.  It is really very easy and I will walk you through it step by step in the video.













The finished dimensions are 7" x
 7 1/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x
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123 comments:

Pam said...

Stunning card, lovely.
Had a lovely day yesterday, working in garden, planting my two new white cone shaped hydrangeas, they are stunning. It was my daughter Lesley's 24th wedding anniversary yesterday, her 47th birthday today, gosh am I really that old?
Tina T, good news that Peter was a bit brighter, he has a lot of us ladies asking after him and you, you must take care.
Elaine, glad you are feeling better and hope Andrew and his wife had a lovely meal.
Yvonne, what fantastic news, it has taken a while but the boys are back together, now you must settle down and get stronger.
June Smith, I am so impressed at your organisation, spreadsheet for your dies, well done. I have a few that I have duplicated lol.
Tina and Mick, hope all is well with you.
Julie Laz glad to see you back .
Hugs to all

Dragonsnap2 said...

Beautiful card. I'm struggling to think about Christmas yet as I go on holiday on Thursday.
D x

Anonymous said...

Like colours on today's card Sue. Treat cups look interesting. Willwatch video later.
Pam I have a white cone shaped hydrangea the flowed are beautiful., it gets better every year. JJxx

tracy w said...

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

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
Great video, love the card also
Pat x

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely stunning card, I love shaker cards & your treat cups give extra dimension. Yvonne xx

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a fantastic card love it.
Nancyd xx

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
Great Shaker card, love the colours you have used and that little touch of glitter. The video is so good and shows the treat cups off to perfection, looking for them now- lol !
hugs
Muriel x

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. Now this is what i call a christmas card. It has everything going for it, beautiful colours, a little bit of sparkle, a shaker card and its so cute . Thanks for another informative video as i bought some of the treat cups but couldnt work out how to use them, i think it must be an age thing lol.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, a brilliant card, love the idea of using the treat cups, they make it so much easier. Great video. Have a good day. Bx

dmj said...



This is a stunning card, love the wht/blue combination of colours too,




Doreen x

Marion Scott said...

Good morning Sue. Stunning Christmas card and the treat cups are brilliant for shaker cards. Great Video. Marion S x

Jan.moogie said...

Wow Sue this is gorgeous will watch video after work. Have a lovely day hugs xxxxxxxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, stunning Christmas card. Love the colours and the glitter.
BarbaraV

Debra K. said...

Gorgeous Shaker card today! Love everything about it and the treat cups are a wonderful idea. Thanks for the great tutorial Sue :). Debra x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Great card and love the colour combo you've used. Will watch video later.

nattyboots said...

Lovely card Sue as always, i will watch your Video later with a good rest and coffee.

Pam, at last Andrew has his appointment for Thursday 7.00pm .
Glad you had a nice day in your garden it was glorious sunshine, yes we are really that old Pam and the older you get the quicker the years go by , it is our 53rd Anniversary tomorrow the memories of our 50th party don't seem to be 3 years ago, oh dear.

June, i did manage to do some Mirri cutting all nicely stored in a box ready for my Christmas cards , eee lass if you had been with me you would have been dead proud of my effort.

Tina T, i hope Peter is continuing to feel brighter.

Diane ,i think the medication has now kicked in , the leg is certainly less painful .

fluffycat, i had a right chuckly at , " a touch of Vincent Price at the Doctors "

Big hugs to all
Take care
Elaine H X

auscrafts said...

Lovely card ,like the colours

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
I have already made my shaker cards using the snowman. The shaker cups really do look good ( one will be sent to 3 Italian boys, sons of very good friends.
They will love it.

Jan x

Tina T said...

Good morning Sue and crafters all,
Beautiful Christmas card today Sue. How ironic I was watching you make this on the website last night whilst making a birthday card for my sister . So ordered the snow globe and treat cups and are eagerly awaiting their arrival.
Peter had a fluid drip up yesterday to help lower his creatinine level due to his dehydration. Thanks for all the good wishes ladies, you are a boost to my moral.
Love and crafty hugs,
Tina T xxxx

sharon casey said...

Good Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
Another gorgeous Christmas card, havent started making my cards as yet as going on holiday and then into hospital for operation so head is all over the place at the moment.
Hope you all have a good day
Sharon
xxx

Barbara (C) said...

Just the card to get me off the ground with the Treat Cups....Thanks for the detailed video too,,,

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Gorgeous card and a fabulous video, love shaker cards but don't often make them, perhaps I'll make that today's challenge. Hugs to all. Sue xxx

DeCor said...

Lovely card Sue. Like the colours. Makes it look cool and crisp. The snow globe is so clever. Like how the centre can be charged.

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card Sue.

Anonymous said...

I love snow globes so this card is right up my street xx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, I am loving this shaker card, I have all the ingredients so will have a try.

Yes Pam, if I didn't do the spreadsheets I would be so lost I have 1,600 dies registered but of course these are the packets so there must be a few 1,000 actual dies in total, I just hope the floor doesn't collapse with the weight. That of course is not forgetting the Stamps and Embossing Folders, Groovi plates, etc. etc. I suppose this stems from work when I used to teach people how to use the systems. I have a simple spreadsheet for my bank accounts, so everything that comes in and out is recorded, and then I know at any one time what I have left to spend that month, I actually love doing it too which is a bonus.

I bet the Hydrangeas look really lovely, unfortunately I don't have green fingers at all (unless I am using colour cloud or something) I leave all that up to my hubby who loves it, I just reap the benefits, but our garden does look beautiful.

I know what you mean about feeling old, my youngest will be 40 in a couple of months, only seems like yesterday that my boys were all young.

Yvonne, I was so pleased to read that your boys are back together again, I have 3 of them all grown up now but 2 of them don't get on with the eldest one, it does cause so many problems but we learn to live with them.

Elaine and Andrew, hope things continue to improve and that Andrew enjoyed his meal

Tine T, I hope that Peter had a good day yesterday and continues to be brighter.

Tracy - I know what you mean by expanding waistline - xx

Steph - sorry that the market was pants, and you didn't cover your table costs, I know from experience that a lot of work goes into preparing and setting up the tables, but don't get too down hearted because the next time it will be much better, as you say what with holidays etc. that would be why.

Elaine, hope the leg is feeling much better.

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

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hiya Sue. Have seen this gorgeous sample numerous times and thought how pretty it looks especially in these cool crisp colours. I've heard these great cups mentioned many a time and seen stills, but no treats (no white chocolate fudge bribery treats inside though ) !!! Now I kinda get it - well at least when I've watched the video tutorial I will lol so looking forward to watching a little later, I'm almost certain these will go down a great at market so I'd better watch, but what I need and get my act together, I do find it really hard to think of and get excited about making any festive projects during the summer months though, but come October, like it or not I have to start and get my festive stash out ready to try and get my brain in gear to top up my festive market baskets even then I find it difficult to get going !
So after all that rambling, I'll send you my usual daily hugs and wish you a lovely day xxx

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue today's card is gorgeous I love the design and the dies are amazing. The treat cups are so easy to use. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

PharmacyMichele said...

Stunning card, one that any age would love.

Michele

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A beautiful card and great video Thank you so much.
To all the Wilsonettes best wishes through all your troubles.
Take care all and have fun Kitty.

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue.
A truly stunning design and great video tutorial. Love the ease of the treat cups and the Twinkle Twinkle embossing folder is going straight on to my wishlist. Thank you for the wonderful inspiration.x

Chris Curry said...

Love this card. I have already got the cups and looking forward to using them. Thank you Sue. Xx

hazel young said...

Stunning card Sue x xhazel

anne mather said...

Hi Sue
Great card and video. Love snow globes.
Anne M xxx

lilian said...


Hi Sue, lovely frosty looking card, love the treat cups?
Best Wishes Lilian

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Love the card and great snow globe. love Jean Z xxxx

Anne said...

What a fun card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

Jackie Durrant said...

Christmas and snow globes a perfect union love from Jackie xx

Suemac said...

Lovely card,

hollyberry said...

Gorgeous card.

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. Fabulous card. Have a great day. Hugs to all xxx

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue a lovely Christmas card today love the treat cups .

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue a lovely Christmas card today love the treat cups .

Gloria Robey said...

Morning Sue, I enjoyed your video. Love the look of the snow globes . Will have a closer look at them at Ally Pally. Gloria (Sidcup) xx

Rosemarie said...

Hi Sue, lovely snow globe. I need these treat cups as I know they would go down well with my grandchildren. Great video.

Love Rosemarie X X

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A gorgeous card, I'm looking forward to watching the video to see how to use the treat cups.
B xx

June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

This card is stunning. Aqua is a favourite shade of mine in the foundation card stock and it gives a gorgeous subtle effect on your card. Beautiful!

June x

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
A beautiful card and great video, I haven't bought the Snow Globe or the Treat Cups...YET!
Love to everyone!
Love Marg

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful and fun card, what a treat! I've got those cups but only special people will get them (and where they don't have to be posted).
Thank you for the video, great watching.
Hugs, Rose

CHERYL Brown said...

Hi Sue,


Stunning card! There is something magical in Snow Globes, I well remember getting my first one as a child and marvelling at how they could get all the glitter in the water without spilling any of it. Still haven't fathomed it out and funnily enough I bought one for a good friend only last Christmas.

Just the right kind of card to start making with the Brownies Group. I bet they will love making these, once I purchase the dies and cups of course.

Fantastic time spent in the shadier parts of my garden, I think my mojo has finally come back and I am enjoying gardening again. A lot of clearing up and sorting out round the back of the greenhouse has resulted in bags of rubbish. I think my son will need to come back with his van to clear it away, it certainly won't all go in my little Corsa. I will tackle the greenhouse tomorrow.
Healing thoughts and gentle hugs for all our poorly fellow Wilsonettes and gurt big squishy ones for everybody else.

Love 7 hugs

Cheryl xxxx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card today using the snow globe. I couldn't comment on yesterday's as Google wouldn't let me sign in as I was signing in from a different location than usual. Loved it though. Especially liked the pinpoint embossing folder and the border die.

Nannieflash said...

Good Morning Sue, wow what a fabulous card not that I would be sending one to my great grandsons as I have a feeling they would want to get to whats inside those cups, and can you image what their mother would say with it running all over the wooden floor. Hope youve enjoyed your weekend. hugs Shirleyxxxx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

This looks fun to do - thanks for the really informative video, I must add the treat cups to my C wish list as they would certainly make my shaker cards much easier to put together.

Izzy

Scottydog said...

Lovely card today Sue, but so hard to think of Christmas with this beautiful weather. However I have started as I have been experimenting with your festive card which you did a couple of weeks ago. Just need to get the right shade of colour cloud. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card today and wouldn't this be great for the little people in our lives. Haven't made a shaker card but they look such fun.
Regards
Heather R Oxfordshire

DeCor said...

Lovely card Sue. Like the colours. Makes it look cool and crisp. The snow globe is so clever. Like how the centre can be charged.

Bente Sørflaten said...

A lovely Christmas card, the colours are so pretty!
The snow globe is great, so thanks for showing how to use it!
Love that it is possible to change to inside of it :))

Deborah Artliff said...

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

Debs Cards xxx

Rosemary Stickland said...

Fabulous card!
Rosemary xx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Just gorgeous, thanks for the video, nice to watch a demo without interuptions.
Lydia
X

carol quinn said...

Absolutely stunning
Carol

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Now that is fabukous, love it all

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - love the snow globe especially with the colour you have chosen. Am now only just beginning to think of Christmas cards and you have given me some great ideas. Look forward to watching the video later. Best wishes
YvonneMayxx

rolfi said...

Thanks for the great video, Sue.
This is one I have to keep for trying once.
Rolf xxx

Beryl Treble said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful shaker card.

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, I love,love,love this card, shakers cards are a favourite of mine. I'm off to watch how you made this now. Thank you for the vid, Sue.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

IVY Cheong said...

Love this card and I have the dies! Just need the cups and micro beads :-) thank you , Ivy c x

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, lovely card, very effective and I like the colours you have used, quite frosty looking.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

Kate's Cards said...

Very pretty.

Lisbeth said...

Morning Sue. I love shaker cards but am not necessarily a fan of snow globes but I can see this would work just as well without the snow globe die. A nice wintery feel to the card - perfect for Christmas.

Lisbeth

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue and crafty friends.

Ooooh a snow globe. I do love snow globes. I don't have the die but I'm sure I could do something with a circle die. Wouldn't be as fabulous as urs tho sue!!

Tina t. Glad Peter is continuing to do well and that the comments give u a little pick me up. They do go a long way don't they! Xx

Yvonne g. Glad ur boys have sorted themselves out and ur happy again. Still not used the pixies but will soon. I'm building up my confidence first lol

Barbara- I know what u mean about going to craftworld in Glasgow. It's an amazing store and the girls are very helpful. June is my favourite assistant she's kept in touch with me throught my treatment etc this year and helps with my phone orders!

Where about a are u from there? I'm about 40 mins drive but hubby has to drive as I hate driving there lol

I'm waiting on gilding polish coming this week. I'm getting excited. Less mess than their counterpart the waxes. I wonder if their smell will be as good tho lol

Love to all xx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous Christmas card. I love the snow globe, poinsettias and the colours. Thanks for your video.

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card with a frosty feel to it and one that should release the inner child in all of us. Clear video and love the tinsel :)

Elaine - glad your leg is getting better, just take it easy.
Myra - thanks, only 2 phials taken yesterday but I always think of the Tony Hancock sketch and smile to myself.
Yvonne - so happy for you that George and Jake have made it up. Hopefully you will now be less stressed and able to relax properly.

Frances

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Beautiful card love the colours and I adore snowglobes this die set is on my wish list

for my Birthday.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
I love the snow globe sue x its on the top of my ' need ' list and the cups are a fantastic idea x its a lovely card sue and shall watch the video this afternoon x
Yvonne so so happy your boys have sorted their differences and your sons back home x
Laine glad you had a restful day x
Wheely bad hope you are well x
Tina t sending you amd hubby hugs x
June wow you are so organised may have to borrow your services as only last week after I spotted one of sues dies , falling in love with it , purchasing it , taking it home only to discover I already have it ! I'm sure I'm not the only one to have done this xxx
Tracy I too am awaiting delivery of some gilding polish x I have a couple already amd love them x I find them so much easier than the wax x I had a play on some scrap card first to get the hang of them xxx
Take care everyone x
Theresa w xxx

Annie Pennington said...

Absolutely fab card Sue. Youngest grandson loved it and asked me to make him one for Christmas. Love the domes, they make a card look professional.

The house seems to be very quiet now daughter and Grandson have gone back home. I'd better spend some time in my craft room to cheer me up.

Annie P
xxx

Sue MacFall said...

How pretty - children would love shaking this card !!
Sue M

Paula said...

This is such a pretty card Sue, I love the snow globes, reminds me of one a friend of my mother's had, she used to let me shake it when I was very young, as long as I was careful. I treated it like the most precious thing in the world! :) I'm off to make a cup of tea so I can watch the video in comfort.
Hugs to all in need of them today,
Paula x
(WelshPaula)

Alison D said...

Hi Sue, lovely card. I love shaker cards, so does my husband. He likes anything you can play with, lol. Love and hugs,
Alison D x

SueJ said...

Gorgeous card Sue, I have the snowglobe dies but not used them yet.
The cups will have to be my next purchase!

Deb Curtis said...

Hi Sue and lovely ladies
sorry not been able to get on to comment for soooooo long and unfortunately it will probably be hit and miss going forward. Most recently, my father-in-law has been in hospital 7 weeks and we're pretty sure he has dementia, very busy trying to sort everything out for him. Just found out on Saturday that my cousin passed away too (on her late mum's birthday), don't know what happened yet but she was only 49 and lived on her own, so sad.
On a much happier note though, love shaker cards and this one is gorgeous. The frosty colour scheme is one of my favourites and your video demo was brilliant Sue, so inspiring. The glossy flowers are a touch of design genius.
Hope everyone is OK, stuff happens in life and we have to soldier on but my thoughts are with those who are struggling for whatever reason.
Love and blessings to all.
Deb C xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,

Thank you for another brilliant video and what a gorgeous card, love the aqua colour.

Hope you're having a good day, love Brenda XXX

CraftyJo said...

Lovely - will watch the video a.s.a.p. :)

cr@fty said...

Hi Sue
I watched the video earlier and forgot to leave a comment! I love your snow globe dies from the first moment I saw them. The flat cups are a clever idea and make it so much easier to post. The white micro beads are on my 'list' they look gorgeous. I love the card and enjoyed the video thanks for sharing.
Hugs x
Heather T

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Great Card. It would be such fun to receive, I can imagine it would give hours of pleasure. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Leanne said...

Beautiful card!

Clare Powell said...

Lovely, fun Christmas card. Love the look of the snowglobes x

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's a very beautiful shaker card Sue

gr karin van eijk

Suebak said...

A real fun card. The additions poinsettia set could be useful to have in ones collection. For drama the snowglobe could be cut out of black card and guilded. However, I love the colours you have used. Thanks.

Susan x

Anonymous said...

Great card, Sue, and so pretty with the aqua colourway and poinsettia trim. A good fun card with an elegant touch. Thanks so much for the video, nice to see your 'set' all done up for Christmas!
OMG June, you are so organised - however, with that many dies you would need to be. Staggering. Do any sit lonely and unused? My (very few) redundant ones go off to eBay and pastures new when they have done their duty, and finance the next ones.
Princess Pixie (you must realise this may be a short-lived title once Tracy gets going) - sooo pleased the boys have reconciled - just in time for Auntie Laine's visit, can feel your sigh of relief.
Hugs to all our poorly pals.

'P' in Wales

sued99 said...

A fabulous shaker card. I've never made a shaker card and keep meaning to but never got there! X

Suzzette Yandle said...

FUN! FUN! FUN! I want one! Great Snow Man Shaker card with the poinsettias cut from glossy card. I like the added touch of the tulle to give that extra special look to the snowy card. Thanks for the helpful video.

karenlotty said...

Love this idea

Denise Bryant said...

This is one of my favorites! I love the snow globe!

Sandie Braithwaite said...

Pretty pretty. Must try using the globe die which is still unopened on my stash!

Janet Wilson said...

Beautiful shaker card, so nice to see how to use the snow globe dies.

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Gorgeous card Sue again, this video is definitely one to refer to - thank you X X X

Norah McPhee said...

Good evening SUe and the Wilsonettes,
Oh the memories that snowglobes bring back to me of a childhood like no other in many ways. I have loved this card since you made it up to show off your new dies for this christmas Sue and the shine has not worn off yet as i still love it. The aqua colour that you have used along with the white is just so perfect for this card, nice and subtle keeping that dreamy look. Thank you lovely lady for such a beautiful piece of inspiration.
June, i did the same about a couple of years ago in making a spreadsheet up to take all the dies i had as i got fed up finding i had already had it. I have my embossing folders on another page and my stamps on a third, video/cd roms on a 4th. I have listed mine in numerical order under each makers name. The only thing is i seemed to delete my last column and because i am not proficient in data base work i couldn't work out how to get it back, idiot that i am.
Well my daughter, s.i.l and grandson go away their holidays tomorrow to Majorca so it is going to be quiet for the next fortnight. I have embroidered all his towels with his name for her and the same for a special neice who is going with them for her wee boy. Wee tots are funny though once they can start speaking as her son is amazed that his towel has come with his name on it, imagine that the shop had one with his name on it. I forgot just how much fun my machine is when i get it out and going so i might just get one other things done while it is out.
I hope that you all have had a lovely day, sending hugs to all that need, want or could do with them,
Love and crafty hugs
Norah (Glenochil Village)

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sandra and everyone.
Fabulous card, love shaker cards but haven't made many myself as
find them a bit fiddly to do. Might give it a go again after seen
the video. Thank you Sue.

Tres- I and some other from the Cotswold crafter's are going on the Saturday
17/9 and it would be lovely if we had a chance to say Hi to eachother if you
like and maybe sit down for a coffee.x
Hope to say Hi also to our June Smith and found out how you manage to have so
many dies in your collection :-) no wonder you need to be very organised so not
buying more then one.x
Elaine- good to hear Andrew has got an appointment. Hope he have some luck
with the fishing. Glad to see your leg is getting better, take care x
Tina T, wish everything goes well for Peter x
Julie Laz- sorry you been so poorly, hope you feeling better soon x
Tina and Mick- hope he coped better this time with the hotter weather
we have got again, take care x
Tracy- any pixie mess yet ? When I tried them the first time it
went absolutely everywhere, so much fun :-) Fingers crossed for you when
you see the doctors.x
Pam- hope you daughter had a lovely day on her birthday. Hope your
grandson doing well. Take care x
Yvonne- so good to hear that your boys have sorted their differences and
are on speaking terms again. Glad you had a nice weekend, hugs x
Diane- so good to see Emma still enjoying the Uni. but uj what a long
bus journey for her to get back up.
Laine- hope you are doing ok, it was nice to speak the other day :-) x
Wheelybad- sending hugs to you and Billy, hope you are alright x
Lorraine- hope to hear from you soon. Hope you had a good weekend with OH x

Sending hugs to all Wilsonette's and to all lovely friends,
Maria x





Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I have watched the video and this is such a neat, tidy way of making shaker cards/ snow globes . My Monday children would love to make something similar but there are rather too many of them now! The class has grown! Maybe something I could split into several weeks while the others made something simpler! I will think about it !! I can hear many a sigh from here!
I love the colours you chose - so fresh and snowy!!
Deb - lovely to see you again! So sorry about your husband's Dad! A very difficult situation and my heart goes out you . Sending you a hug!
Love to all others going through times of stress and worry .
This is a lovely blog! I've said it before and I'll say it again!
Thanks Sue, Love Myra x

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
What a beautiful card to make for special people - like granddaughters!!!
Maria, enjoy A.P.
love to all in pain, having treatment and their carers.
Maureen xxx

Diane Green said...

Hello Sue
Oooh I like a snow glob and this one is beautiful. Your snowman die is quite jolly, some dies on the market are quite scary!! The cups are a good idea too. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx

Elaine good to hear the medication is working, good luck for Andrew tomorrow xx
Tina sending a hug to you and Peter xx
Tina and Mick sending hugs too xxx
Tracey the polishes look good, have fun xxx
Deb you have been having a hard time sending hugs xx

ursula said...

A really pretty card....luv Ursula xxx

scrAPpamondo said...

Awwww.... Such fabulous shaker card!! Adorable in any detail!! The new snow globe die is amazing!

Littlelamb said...

Lovely card Sue and thank you for the tutorial. Very easy to follow.

Lorraine Eastwood said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

Gosh!Wow!Amazeballs! How much do I LOVE this card! I'm not ashamed to say that I almost wet myself with sheer delight at the sight of this stunning creation:-) I think that it may possibly be my favourite festive card to date, you really produce the goods when creating Christmas cards Sue, I'm in absolute awe at your talents.
I haven't started buying my Christmas dies yet as I'm saving for Ally Pally first ......in all honesty, I bought about 25 of last years release and can't really justify buying more but this release is just so different that I simply cannot resist temptation....but the snow globe die is right up there on my wish list, as are all of the accompanying dies used on this card. I do have the twinkle EF though which is a start. The little cups are ingenious, they are sure to be a sell out, love them with the micro beads as the shaker element. I will definitely be blatantly copying this card at some point:-) Fabulous tutorial, special thanks for the measurements of the card layers.
A sunny, if breezy, day here in Stirling so I took the opportunity to have a little sunbathe with the neighbours...we all congregate outside like flies when the sun shines bidding farewell mid September until April the following year:-)
Had a FaceTime call with Yvonne planned earlier so that she could show off her newly organised craftroom and the pixie powder backgrounds she been creating, however, she let me down:-( She hadn't finished the job because of George's return....I think I can forgive her this time because she is one happy mummy enjoying a harmony between her boys that has never been witnessed before and I am so happy for her:-) Yvonne has promised me that her boys walk around topless and even in their boxers occasionally which is an improvement on Tracy's FaceTime call with Lynda :-) Some of you may think that gazing at young men who I could ,just , have been their VERY young mother is wrong on so many levels but Yvonne has kindly given me her permission...as long as I refrain from touching:-)
I'm quite excited to try the pixie powders, you really are the pixie princess now Yvonne and I look forward to benefitting from your experience in the field and trying all the colours before I buy, what more could a crafter ask for?
June, I am well impressed with not only your organisational skills but also your die collection. I counted my Sue collection and have just about 200 die sets and counting, I dread to ask how many you have lest I feel ashamed of my own collection. Do you use all of your dies from other brands? I find that mine are gathering dust whilst I stick to using Sues releases. Yvonne has developed a method of record keeping that involves a pen and a garish notepad that I will utilise also in the hope that I don't double up on any more dies.
Deb, lovely to hear from you, so sorry that you've been having such a tough time, I hope things improve for you and that we see you more often on the blog.
Tracy, good luck at the doctors, Nevermind that expanding waistline, more for hubby to grab hold of...men don't like skinny chicks like me:-)
Elaine, good luck with Andrews appointment, glad to hear that your leg is improving
Maria, lovely to hear from you the other day, shame we can't meet up at Ally Pally:-(
Norah, nice to see you back
Frances, hope you're blood tests come back with a clean bill of health...did you get tea and a biscuit afterwards:-)
Sending cuddles to all my blog bestiesxxx

Laine1972xxx

liz spooner said...

Hi Sue what a beautiful card and the design is fabulous.xx

Dawn Holben said...

Sue this is one gorgeous christmas card and a shaker one too.
It is beautiful and would bring out the child in all of us.
I absolutely love this.

Laura O' Connor said...

fab card Sue ,love the embossing folder ,Laura O

Yvonne G said...

Hi Sue
Oh what a fabulicious card. Not had a chance to see the video yet but have been informed by Laine that it is brilliant.
Can't wait to see the treat cups in action and no doubt they will be added to my wish/want/need list.
Love the snow globe die and with all the different variations you have given us it has got to be added to my collection. Thank you Sue x
So Princess Pixie has had a rather pleasant day. George cleaned my front room window, tidied the kitchen and emptied the dishwasher and I watched. Got to give him something to do, would hate him to get bored. Unfortunately he is not working at the moment but really has no idea what he wants to do. My child benefits and child tax credits will cease this week so going to be on an extremely tight budget. Told him that I have lots of jobs lined up for him. Think this will make the job hunting a more desirable prospect. If not I will hire him out as a handy man. There will be an extra charge for him being topless and if I can persuade him to wear even less clothes then perhaps I could make a small fortune. Anyone interested? Lol. Not you Laine x
Laine - I don't know who I should be most afraid for when you stay. You or the boys!! You are in for some serious Micky taking my girl. If you think I'm bad you wait until all three of us gang up on you. That said after your comments this afternoon, which cleary showed a somewhat disturbing excitement on your part that you will be within touching distance of bare male flesh during your visit, I think it best that I advise the boys to find alternative accommodation between 13th and 22nd September. Looks like I will have to find something to distract you. Hugs to you x
June - spreadsheets - how impressive. However I do think you are bragging - what is wrong with a notebook from Pound Land and a Bic Biro?! Lol. Laine may well mock my system in public but I can assure you she was incredibly enthusiastic when I told her I had got her her very own notebook. Sparkly and blue and holographic don't you know?! I cannot tell you how delighted I am that we are all back together under the same roof but sorry to hear about your boys. It makes life so difficult. Hugs x
Pam - I love hydrangeas. Jake seems to be quite green fingered in the hydrangea department and we have quite a few in the back garden in various different colours. I always think they are such happy flowers. Hugs x
Elaine - hope Andrews' appointment goes well on Thursday. I'm glad that your leg has eased up. Hugs x
Tina T - sending you and Peter love and hugs x
Tracy - let me know bout the gilding polishes. Really fancying them.
Fluffy - honestly I am so much more relaxed already. Hugs x
Theresa - hugs x
Deb C - hello lovely. Missed you. Sorry you're going through it hun. Sending you love and hugs x
P - yes a huge massive sigh of relief which has now been replaced with apprehension as to what Laine thinks she is allowed to get up to during her stay. Lol hugs x
Maria - lovely weekend and in for a lovely week. Hugs x
Well 2 weeks from now and Lippy Laine will be here! Unless I manage to talk her out of it. Lol x
In for a sunny week but cooler than last week. Mind you 25° is still very warm. Mind you George has gifted me with plenty washing to keep me busy.
Sending lots of love to everyone especially to absent friends x
Take care
Crafty hugs
Yvonne
Oops I mean
Princess Pixie
x

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue! I have already watched the video on YouTube and loved it, I haven't started my xmas cards yet but will be making a few shaker cards for sure.

TRACY I am originally from the east end of Glasgow but moved to a small village called Carnwath just outside Lanark. I have lived here for 9 years and love the country life. As I don't drive its a rare treat to get to Craftworld and I usually spend a fortune!!! My other craft shop is Stampers Grove in Edinburgh which has a fantastic selection of stamps.

Eunice said...

Not really a fan of shaker cards, but I love the dies that you used and I would do something a little bit different. Thanks for sharing Sue!!

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Away on a crafting retreat this week but I have your snow globe and your snowman die all ready and waiting for me when I get home to make a few Christmas cards with so will save your video to watch when I get home. SueL x

Tres said...

Hi Sue. Ooooh I love your beautiful snow globe card today !!! It is gorgeous Sue !!! Your video is fab to. I love the look of the Chic grey blue colour cloud ink. I may have to consider getting this one. I really love my Aqua colour cardstock and still have much of it left as I can never bring myself to use it as I want to keep it !!! I know I sound mad but it is one of my most favourite cardstock colours !!! I love the snow globe die and the snowman decorative die is my favourite one. The little snow globe cups look really good to as they are flat across the top instead of curved which I think will make it much easier for crafting purposes and postage !!! The Twinkle, twinkle EF is on my huge long wish list, along with your new Poinsettia additions dies. ( You can never have to many Poinsettia dies in my opinion !!! ) I love your idea to make the Poinsettia's with white gloss card. It is just something different and a bit more special looking, especially with the micro beads shaker. The ribbon looks great and the sentiment to, giving your card it's beautiful "Sue Wilson" style finishing touches !!! Thank you Sue for sharing your gorgeous card today. Sending lots of love to you Sue from Tres x x x

Hi Maria Alder. I am so excited that you have replied to me !!! I would love to meet up with you all on Saturday 17th at Alley Palley. I am hoping to meet my wonderful crafty friend Gloria Robey there to. I will leave a comment on the Cotswold Crafters blog. Sending lots of love to you from Tres x x x

Sending lots of love to everyone from Tres x x x

dragonswing said...

What a fantastic card!!! Your video is so great at explaining how to make it. I do wish you would offer a package that contains the dies, beads, glue and cup used to make it so we could order everything easily.

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

Sorry so late today. ( I suppose it's really tomorrow now!). Gorgeous card so cute, and the video is great. Sorry need my bed now...

Love Helen xxx

TDQ Karen said...

What a fun card xx

Crafti Moggie said...

Love the card today Sue, the snowman looks so happy!

Thank you,

Pearl xx

Vie Carter said...

another fantastic card

Vie
x

julie laz said...

Hi sue, I'll be doing this one, just love it, crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

Theresa said...

Hi Sue and all your crafty crew
Well this is a different card design
It is a lovely card creation Sue I don't have all these dies but may just have to endulge myself. Lo
Hugs to all that need one
Theresa G xx

Bad Kitty (Fiki) said...

so nice!
love it!
Fiki