Friday, 10 March 2017

Just For You

Hi bloggers!  I  just love to bring out the custard coloured card from time to time and I think it works so well with this card!  I started by embossing a piece of custard card with the Double Pierced Noble Rectangles and embossing it with the Jacobean Floral embossing folder.  I cut the Radiance Striplet in white and nipped it in half and used it at the top and bottom centre of the card above and below the focal element.  I cut the Geneva die in white, and added mounting foam to it.  I cut the inside decorative portion of the die in white and backed it with custard card and cut the centre out.  I added mounting foam to it as well.  I cut the smallest die in the set and backed it in custard card.  I layered up all the pieces and recessed the smallest die cut into the centre.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it out and added it to the centre of the card.  Using the Exquisite Poppy die set, I cut several out of vellum and made three flowers of varying sizes.  I seated them in opposite corners of the frame and added a ribbon bow as an accents.  The final touch was a pearl swirl in the other corners.  White on white mats finished the card.  The finished dimensions are 7" x  9" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Happy Friday Sue, beautiful card, lovely. My beautiful Azores die came yesterday, it's stunning and quite large, will make a stunning centrepiece.
Myra, thank you for the update on Norah, it's good to know she is recovering, it has been a while and I know how debilitating it can be. Please send my love and best wishes to her, she is missed.
Elaine, poor Andrew, hope he starts to feel better soon, he has gone through so much.
June and Sandy, hope the grandchildren had a lovely birthday. June did you get to see your granddaughter open her candy machine on Skype. Loved your card fir your twin and bil's annuversary on FB, clever girl.
NannaTina, think of you and TinaT every day, wishing you comfort and peace.
P, poor Harry, I whispered to St Francis for you.
Hugs to all, hope our missing and poorly friends are doing well.

nancyd said...

Morning Sue, absolutely gorgeous card.
Nancyd xx said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a lovely card.
Take care and have a great weekend Kitty.

auscrafts said...

Lovely card for today

Chris said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card as always, love the Custard Coloured card.
Chris xx

Craftynetty said...

A gorgeous, springlike card! Love it. Thank you Sue.

Steph Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. Ohh Custard, it seems like ages since I pulled my pack out to use, I've just bought some dark cocoa, now is the time, thank you for the reminder Sue. I'm still saving every spare penny I have to complete the full collection of Noble dies, I'll be claiming my pension before that happens me thinks !! Until then I will just have to keep admiring the samples and pinning all the inspiration you share that use these dies. This is just one other gorgeous work of art to ogle at. It has to be said there is no better way to start the day than visiting the BEST craft blog ever. Sending many hugs this Friday, have a lovely happy day xxx

Denise Bryant said...

Lovely card! Love the colors!

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, a very elegant and beautiful card, love everything about it. Have a good day. Bx

hollyberry said...

Really beautiful card,love the flowers.

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
I have fallen in love with the custard card at the moment.I seem to reach for it for special occasion birthday cards and it always looks so pretty.Your card is beautiful.
Thanks for sharing.
Jan x

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, a stunner today Sue, love the custard colour and the way you have made this card, the flowers look really good with the custard and pearl centres, finishes the card off a treat.

My granddaughter was so thrilled with her Candy Machine card yesterday, she was up at 5 all excited about her birthday, her Mum picked up the parcel from the Post Office whilst she was at school and her little face when she opened it was such a delight and well worth it. Saying that the candy machine is not hard to make at all really, and the instructions are inside the packet too. I managed to get some I think they are called 'millions' (little tiny chewy sweets) to go inside it, they worked a treat.

Pam thank you so much for your kind comments about the card I made for my twins and b-i-l anniversary, on fb, it was a labour of love and was so well received.

Elaine, give Andrew and Helen a special hugs, it can only get better now.

I reiterate everything that Pam has said above.

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

JAO said...

Very pretty card Sue,

TDQ Karen said...

Lovely card today, love the custard card, and I am a real fan of the poppies xxx

Barbara (C) said...

A Spring-time feel to todays card with the Custard card. A lovely die combination hat makes for a very elegant card. BarbaraC

hazel young said...

Stunning card Sue x xhazel

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card, Sue, love the custard and poppies and the touch of asymmetry - unusual to see in your cards but a good look here. Altogether very pretty - will be doing a version of this, for sure. It's another 'saved' one!
June, you really are a Star Maker - in every sense - pleased that all your cards came out so well, especially the Candy Machine.
Thanks Pam, Saba, Fluffycat - appreciated.
Theresa G - any news??
Thinking of all our poorly and missing people.

'P' in Wales

Suemac said...

Absolutely stunning card

Kim Dibben said...

Lovely card Sue xx the custard is so spring like and cheerful, really brightens my day xx love Kim D

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
A beautiful card and great alternative way of using a striplet die. Love the vellum poppies. X

Unknown said...

A really lovely card today Sue! Debra x

Unknown said...

GM Sue. Very lovely. Fab flowers as always.

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
This is gorgeous! I love the colour. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you Pam. Yes, my grandson had a fabulous day. Nana is a bit tired today though!
Have a great day everyone.

Jackie T said...

Good morning Sue this card is gorgeous I love the colours and the dies are amazing. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Dolly Daydream said...

Morning Sue,
Wow! fabulous card today, but then again every one of your cards are fabulous. Very spring like colours and the custard cards makes a real change and I love it, thank you.

Hugs to everyone xx
Dawn Searle

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card, I love the custard colour.
B xx

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
This card is gorgeous I love everything about it! The custard colour card is so pretty and very springlike!
Hugs x
Heather T

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful card, love all the layers on it. Perfect spring colour to brighten up a wet start to the day.


DeCor said...

Your beautiful card makes me feel like spring is here! Love the custard card and the way you embossed it before using the Noble dies. The Nobles are top of my list,I love them. Just have to decide which set to go for. Have a wonderful day and weekend.

DeCor said...

Your beautiful card makes me feel like spring is here! Love the custard card and the way you embossed it before using the Noble dies. The Nobles are top of my list,I love them. Just have to decide which set to go for. Have a wonderful day and weekend.

Chris Curry said...

Love this colour Sue, gorgeous card. The flowers made from vellum are exquisite and I love the centres of them. Thank you. Have a good day. Xx

Croquet Queen x said...

Hi Sue,
Stunning colour combo... and the Poppies, WOW!
L Dewar

dj2908 said...

The custard card makes it so spring like, Sue,
and great to see the pearl swirls again!!

Doreen x

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely exquisite card today. I love the custard card & your poppy flowers are so delicate looking just like real poppies are. Yvonne xx

cheryl brown said...

Morning Sue,

Gorgeous card and beautiful dies to show it off.

Oooh custard card, along with peach it is a favourite of mine. Although saying that why is there a shortage of peach card these days? So many colours with strange names are appearing but still no peaches.

Going to Hollywood Bowl to celebrate my eldest daughter's birthday tonight. That is one venue that appeals to us all and we have a lovely family get together. Great granddaughter Milly-May, almost two, is coming as well so it will be very interesting to see what she makes of it all.

Gentle hugs and little prayers sent to those who need them.

Love 7 hugs
Cheryl xxx

Rosemarie said...

Hi Sue, Today's card is very Spring like. I tend to forget the custard card, must get some out. Not very Spring line here today, perhaps it will improve later.

Love Rosemarie X X

ahappycrafter50 said...

The custard colour works well. Such pretty flowers too.

Karen M said...

Good morning Sue
Gorgeous custard colour card & beautiful poppies lovely lovely card,
Thank you Sue
Best wishes everyone
Karen M

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Very pretty card love the colours . love Jean Z xxxx

Anne said...

Such a pretty card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Very pretty card this morning and I love the soft colour scheme, really sets off that Geneva die and just goes to show that you don't need high contrast colours to produce a beautiful design.


Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a beautifulcard today, I'm really liking the custard coloured card.its such a gentle yellow that's not too in your face. The vellum poppies are gorgeous as always Sue. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam you've got an echo here today 😀Xxx
June I'm glad your granddaughter liked her card xxx
Sandy I think nanna needs a rest today! Xxx
Cheryl have a lovely evening, MillyMay is 2 now! Goodness where did that time go!! Xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, such a lovely springbcoloured card. The colours are beautiful and the dies really show it off.

Barbara V

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
Love this card and the Custard cardstock is such a warm colour!
Love the Vellum Poppies too!
Love Marg

Jennifer Smith-Kirk said...

Hi Sue
Another beautiful card today, I must say the vellum flowers look great x x x

BenteS said...

Beautiful design and details on this card!
The vellum poppies are wonderful :))

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all. Beautiful card this morning and the custard card works so well with the design. The Poppies look stunning made with vellum. I need to try the flowers in the vellum..... Wendy

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Such a beautiful card , loving the dies and layers.

June , Bet you were chuffed to bits seeing your granddaughters face when she opened her card . I will most certainly pass on your hugs . xx

Cheryl ,it all sounds good to me, i hope you have a lovely evening .xx

Thank you all for your good wishes for Andrew , they really do mean a lot to us.

Its another Echo from Pam again today ,thank you Pam

Sending big hugs to all who need one , the poorly animals too.

Elaine H X

Unknown said...

Beautiful, elegant card. Love the colours. X

Unknown said...

Morning Sue a beautiful elegant card the Vellum flowers look lovely .
Catherine xx

Marion Scott said...

Good morning Sue, beautiful card, very spring like in custard.
Marion S x

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card this morning. The custard cad is such a pretty colour and I love the vellum poppies. Love and hugs Alison xx

Unknown said...

Good morning Sue

This is a stunning design, it really is so beautiful. Loving the custard card as it gives a softer look and complements all the detail on your card

June x

Scottydog said...

Lovely card, but not sure about the if it was blue!! Love the lacy striplet background & the vellum poppies & liked the way you have used the pearl sprays. This is the second attempt to post a comment so fingers crossed!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card with such a pretty colour combination.
Thank you for sharing.
Véronique L

karenlotty said...

What a lovely change to see custard card It's not a colour I would go to but I'm changing my mind ...

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - I love the design of this card and the clever use of your striplet die. The Geneva die is so pretty and it's not one I have so will be buying this one I think! Sending best wishes

Muriel said...

Hello Sue and all
love this card! The color and design and of course the vellum poppies. If I get some spare time (ha ha) i think ir would be a goid idea to nake a numver if them to keep on hand,
Muriel x

Netty The Runner said...

Absolutely fabulous card, like how you have used the striplet Sue.
Annette x

Crafty Cruiser said...

Truly beautiful. I love custard!
Doreen R

SueJ said...

This is a really lovely card Sue.
The custard card is just perfect.

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, What a pretty card, I am not usually a lover of yellow cards, but this shade is so pretty and I have to say just makes the card. I think I am converted.

Bejay said...

Hi, Sue,
I really do like the custard card, you should use it more often. What is it about the poppies that make them look completely different every time you use them...they're magical😊. I especially love them in vellum.
Bejay xx

Unknown said...

What a beautiful card love the colour the dies are awsum and your flowers wow !!!!!!
Thank you sue
Love you june horrocks xxxxxx

Unknown said...

Dear Sue and Wilsonettes,

I haven't posted lately because every night I see the blog and put more stuff on my order. After this week, I'm so sold on the exquisite poppies, plus gilding polish, Jacobean and dot matrix embossing folders, iced snow, Madison Square, the other two Pacific Ocean islands and another California. So glad I already have Calabria.

Well, I found my kitchen, and after that the craft room, and my cleaning angel found my dining room table under the remains of the frenzy of Christmas cards, thank you cards and 100+ cards for my Dad to send. He has asked for more Get Well and Sympathy sentiments,(he's 85, and most people he knows are up there too) so I've also ordered those. I gave him blank-inside cards with relatively simple fronts and lots of loose sentiments on tags and ovals that he can stick on with the mounting foam dots I gave him. He sent me a newspaper clipping inside one of those cards, and I liked it! Although I had envisioned it as a sympathy or thinking of you in your time of sorrow.

Sue and Pam, I was thinking of you as you marked your loss anniversaries. When we are young, they don't tell us that if we're lucky, we will live long enough to lose people we love beyond words.

Could you design a kinetic that can dispense hugs, emotional comfort, healing energy and palpable prayers to help ease emotional pain? That would be a treat cup that would sell out no matter how often you resupplied.

Off subject, but today I got an unexpected package from my mother's sister, who is 77. It was a quilt she made for me from fabric Mom had collected (Mom was a hoarder, although a very tidy and organized one). Dad gave the fabric and a sewing machine to Juanita after Mom got dementia. Aunt Juanita made quilts for Mom, their widowed sister-in-law, Juanita's daughter and all of her granddaughters. And now me. (Mom and Juanita were Wilsons, btw, and I do have a cousin named Sue Wilson.) It's pieced in a sailboat design I've never seen before. I've posted a picture on my Facebook page, if you want to take a look. It kind of smells like my aunt, who must wear her perfume even when she's sewing.

Treat cups of emotional well-being to everyone.


Jennie - The Crafty Wife said...

Such a pretty and springlike card made with the custard card stock.

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous and chique Sue
Gr Karin

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, This card is stunningly beautiful.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. You are right, it's not very often we see any shade of yellow card but I think it's a lovely colour and just right for Spring. SueL x

Lynne L said...

good morning Sue todays card is really beautiful I love the custard card and the vellum flowers I have several birthday cards to make this month so may try this one.
Donita what a lovely surprise to get the hand made quilt from your Aunt I'm sure it will be treasured for many years
I'm going to a craft make and take at my local craft store today so will just send best wishes to all on this wonderful blog

Unknown said...

Morning Sue another stunning card .I love everything about it. You did name the poppy die correctly.they are Exquisite.Thank you for sharing . Gloria ( sidcup ) xx

Unknown said...

Just went back to read yesterday's comments. And now I'm smiling about Myra's computer trying to call us portly!


Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Exquisite - love everything about this and you wouldn't have thought the colours would work as well as they do...just stunning and perfectly named....

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
delicious card - I love the colour (so springlike) and the dies, it's a gorgeous arrangement. Must use my striplets like you have done, not thought about doing that before I saw it today. Have a lovely weekend, everyone.
Hugs, Rose

hettygarlick said...

Another beautiful card. I love the custard colour. I don't know why I haven't got any - must get some!

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, love custard, love this card. Coincidentally I am using custard card in a wedding card that I am making at the moment. The Geneva die is so pretty, it will have to be moved further up my wish list and the poppies are, as always, exquisite.

Donita - what a lovely gift from your Aunt. Something for you to treasure it always.


Hilary Bunker said...

Morning Sue , Thank you for yet another stunning card. Love the spring colour scheme. Have a lovely weekend Love Hilary

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. Lovely colours, beautiful dies, flowers and pearls you have used.

Kate's Cards said...

Beautiful! Love the custard card too. xxx

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Today's card is just stunning so elegant and pretty just what we need a little

sunshine in our lives Thankyouxx

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Sue MacFall said...

Hello Sue and thank you for the inspiration. Love the custard coloured card - gorgeous !!

Fikreta said...

gorgeous card!
have great weekend!

Beryl said...

Lovely card Sue.

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Love the custard card, it's a very delicate colour not too bright. Gorgeous card.

Laura O said...

beautiful card Sue ,love the custard card ,Laura O

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I got the custard card out just recently and it does make me think of Spring! After a lovely week we have a drizzly kind of morning!
Really love today's card as I love the Geneva Die! Love the vellum poppies too! All in all a winner!
Was playing with Pixie Powders yesterday and your Cascading Butterfly Die set! I wasn't messy at all !!! Fairly pleased with the results!
Happy Birthday Jess! Have a lovely day!
June I'm glad your little granddaughter loved her card! It was lovely that you could see her open it!
Donita - I love the sound of your quilt - a real family heirloom - hand made with love.
Love to Ealaine , Andrew and family! Tina, Tina , Laine and PP .
Cheryl - have a lovely time with your sister.
Love to all, Myra xxx

ursula said...

This is just oh so pretty, how do you cut a frame out of your pierced rectangles and then again emboss it, do you not lose the edge on the pierced frame ????? Love the colours and the vellum poppies Sue...thank you...luv Ursula xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue beautiful card particularly like the piercing around the topper and the flowers. Have a good weekend love from Jackie xx

CraftyJo said...

Very intricate :)

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

Wow, I love this card. It is so springlike and just gorgeous. I actually have the Geneva die, but unbelievably have not used it on a card yet! That will change as soon as I can craft again. The colour of the custard card is so pretty. I'm still in love with the vellum poppies too.

Donita, what a lovely gift of a quilt with special memories. Made me smile saying you had a cousin called Sue Wilson. We had a joiner doing quite a lot of work for us last year. He was interested (briefly) on a tea break of what I was doing with my die cutting machine one day. So I got really excited explaining what it did and the dies I love to make cards with. I told him my favourite brand of die and how Sue has a blog showing samples everyday etc etc... he started to smile, then said that his wife was called Sue Wilson.

Love Helen xxx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous gorgeous card, love the custard and white colours and of course my favourite poppies

Cheryl have a lovely evening with your family celebrating your daughters birthday
Donita wow you've found your kitchen and the dining table you have been busy and what a lovely surprise receiving a quilt from your aunt
Myra pixie powders and cascading butterflies are a match made in heaven. Please tell Maureen I was asking for her and missing her
Happy birthday Jess

Love and hugs to everyone

Unknown said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
Yet Another "Truly Tremendous Card" With The Beautiful Custard Card (Nothing Yellow About
This Awesome Card Its A Wonderful Soft Colour And Looks Fabulous In Real Life)
Products Used Today:-
"Coconut White/Custard Foundation Card" "Vellum"
"Double Pierced Noble Rectangle"
"Radiance Striplet Die"
"Geneva Die"
"Extremely Exquisite Poppy Die"
"Jacobean Floral Embossing Folder"
"Pearls" "Pearl Swirls"
"Satin Ribbon Bow"
Today's Magical Card:-
I Love "The Colour Combination" You Have Decided To Use The White And The Custard Card
(The Custard Card Is So Soft and Pale Not Yellowish at All)
Sue You Started Today's "Masterpiece" By Embossing A Piece Of Custard Card Using "The Double Pierced
Noble Rectangle Die" And Then You Embossed This Using "The Divine Jacobean Embossing Folder"
Sue Then You Cut Out "The Beautiful Radiance Striplet" In White Card, Then You Cut It In Half Placing
Half At Top/Bottom Centre Of Your Card, So It Shows Above And Below Your Focal Element.
Sue Then You Cut Out "The Geneva Die" In White Card This Looks "Stupendous" Then You Cut The Inside
Decorative portion Of The Die In White And backed In Custard Card and Then You Cut Out The Centre,
Sue Then Then You Cut Out The Smallest Die In The Set From White Card And Backed With Your Custard Card
Sue Then You Layered Up All Your Pieces, And Recessed The Smallest Die To The Centre, Sue You Then Stamped
Your "Delightful Sentiment" And Cut it Out Placing This In The Centre Of Your Card.
Sue You Then Cut Out "The Extremely Exquisite, Poppies" You Cut Several Out Using "Vellum" You Made Three
"Magical Flowers" Placing Them On Opposite Corners Of Your Frame, Adding Your "Satin Bow" Placing Your
Largest Flower On Top To Cover The Knot Of Your Bow (On Left Side) Then Placing Your Other
Two Flowers On Opposite Corner On Frame.
Adding Final Touches Of Bringing Back Pearl Swirls And Attaching To The Other Corners To Your Flowers
"Small Pearls" Added To The Centre Of Your "Whimsical Flowers" Then Attaching To Your White/White Mat/Layering
Plus Your Very Own Signature Piercing. Sue You've Shown Us Yet Once Again Just How Versatile Your "Impressive
Cutting Dies" Are.
I Am Aware I Say This Each And Everyday But You Really Do Inspire Me, And I Can't Begin To "Thank You"
I Truly Appreciate Everything You Do.
Sue Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin And Heather
Sue lots Of Love And Huge Hugs 🤗 For Yourself
Love From Sam xxx

Annie Stamps said...

Gorgeous card Sue. I love the colour. It's perfect for a Mother's Day card. One of my Grandaughters loves the colour yellow so I might make something similar to this design for her to give her mum.

Annie P

Jaye said...

Such a beautiful card today. All of your cards are fabulous, Sue but this one makes me think of Spring and the custard card is such a lovely soft yellow ( why haven't I got any in my stash?) I do love those poppies and the way you have used the striplet, once again showing the versatility of your dies. Thank you.

Unknown said...

Hi sue and friends.

What a georgeous card sue. The custard is very pretty might have to try that one. Love ur flowers too.

Donita. What a lovely gift. My gran too used to make quilts. In fact mine was the last one she made before she passed away. I still treasure it.
Loved the idea of a hug dispenser that really made me smile!! 😊 Xx

Love to all xx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Beautiful Card. I love the dies you have used, the flowers are so pretty and the colour is lovely. This is one I will have to copy. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Pam B said...

Hi Sue, beautiful design, colours are not really me but everyone is different and I can imagine this in a teal
Happy weekend
Pam xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue. WOW This card is a beauty. The colours are nice and fresh looking. A girlie card i think but those stunning flowers. I think this is a one for my box of stash. I will be recording Johns shows over the weekend to see what he is going to do with your dies as he comes up with some great ideas but i would rather have you on the tv demoing your dies but as there say there is only so many hours in the day and i know you are a very busy lady. Have a great weekend Sue.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Unknown said...

Beautiful card, just love this poppy die and the noble dies


gailgale said...

This is such a lovely card!!!
I love it in that yellow or mustard color.
I am glad you show us ways we can use the older dies and not just the new ones.
So, so, lovely.
Thank you for sharing.

Patricia said...

Good afternoon Sue,
I really love today's "work of art" using the beautiful Custard Card, once again the Vellum Poppies are wonderful.
I have not had my custard card out for some time I must go rectify that.
Norah, we need you well for April, please look after yourself.
Jess, Happy Birthday have a great day.
Donita, what a wonderful gift, I just love the idea of treasuring all those memories.
Sending hugs to all who need them.
Have a great rest of the day.
Oooopps! nearly forgot you Pam, please forgive me. I echo your wonderful summary.
Patricia xxx

sued99 said...

I really really like this card. It is so pretty. X

Rosemary Stickland said...

Gorgeous card, I love the vellum poppies.
Rosemary xx

Brenda said...

Hello Sue,

What a beautiful card, love this custard colour. Today's card really shows this beautiful colour at its best.
I don't use this colour often enough, you have inspired me to go and take some out of my drawer and have a play.

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

Suzzette Yandle said...

A luscious card in custard and white. Love the pearls on this card. I like how you extended the card design by nipping the striplet and adding the pieces on top and bottom of the focal element. Very nice composition.

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
This card is just what we need to cheer us up on these dull days. No rain here but very dull. Must find out my custard if I have any left and see what comes into my head to make.

craftynanna said...

Such a beautiful card Sue it really is gorgeous and yet again you show us how to make our dies indispensable, you really are one clever lady, the vellum poppies are lovely I must get my vellum out and have a go at making some, tonight I am making stick pins of all shades as I have thousands of beads courtesy of the charity shop, thank you Sue once again,
Pam I am echoing you words of comfort, thank you lovely lady,
Donita I would have loved a quilt like yours from your aunty, get the most enjoyment from it.
Huge hugs to everyone please take care, Johanna

Anonymous said...

So beautiful....and yellow is my favorite color. Jan D., FL, USA

Nannieflash said...

Good Afternoon Sweet Sue, sorry Ive been missing for a couple of days have been in hospital and not to well so I hope you will forgive me.
Your card today is stunning love the colour and the design its so beautiful to look at. Hugs Shirleyxxxxx

Helen Terry said...

Hi Sue Wow i absolutely love this card, I have all those dies and that card stock so i
am going to make a similar card to this. Thank you for sharing Love Helen xxx

barbara macaskill said...

Very luxurious and elegant looking! It makes me think of a perfectly baked flan that is sweet and melty in your mouth!! tfs!

Wendy from Scotland said...

Hi Sue, I love this card, love the poppies and the colours in the card are gorgeous.
Wendy xx

sandieann21 said...

Such a pretty card.

liz spooner said...

This card is just so wonderful, as always love your colours.xx

Beverly Fuchs said...

Hello Sue,

What a beautiful card that is so cheerful and bright reminding us all that Spring is just around the corner. It's nice to see the Geneva die, it's such a beautiful one and gives a light and airy look to the card. The custard card and the layout are just perfect.

Have a lovely day.


Narrowboat girl said...

Such a beautiful card Sue. Live the custard/ white colours., they make a lovely springlike combination

Owlish said...

I love the custard colours as well so different from the norm very beautiful card

julie laz said...

Hi sue, well I'm sat here watching your new dies on hochanda and love ❤️ them,
the card you did today is beautiful and a card that makes you smile,
I have money so I'm just waiting to see all the Products on show so I can put them into my Flexi basket,
Big crafty hugs Julie laz xxx

Tooth Fairy Jo said...

Hello Sue,
Today's card is beautiful, I love custard card, actually I love custard in any shape or form! I like the idea of using a snipped striplet to elongate and add more interest to the focal point, very clever. The vellum poppies look so soft and delicate, a perfect finishing touch. Thank you Sue, it's lovely.

Happy birthday to Jess, ( just heard from her and she's been on the wine, so definitely having a good evening)
Nannieflash sorry to hear you've been unwell get well soon.
Donita what a treasured gift your aunt made for you, my sister was also a quilt maker so I know how much love goes into each one. Love the idea of a hug dispenser.
Cheryl I can't believe Milly-May is almost two, doesn't time fly.
Pam thank you again I'll add my echo to your words.
Love and hugs for all
Saba xxx

Theresa said...

so pretty. this colour combo works o well and i'm always so surprised that it does, hugs xx

Dawn Holben said...

Sue this is a gorgeous bright summery card.
the flowers are gorgeous too.

Margaret corgi owner said...

Good evening Sue
Another beautiful and elegant work of art from you, I adore your vellum poppies they look so delicate.
Happy Birthday to Jess she has been taken out by her lovely husband tonight for a meal has enjoyed a few glasses of her favourite drink.
Our naughty Nine group will be able to toast her in person before too long!
Pam my I echo your sentiments again today written so lovely as always.

Margaret xxx

Betty McAlister said...

Evening Sue. This is a beautiful elegant card today. Love the custard and white colours and Your vellum poppies look gorgeous.
Love your card.
Donita your quilt looks wonderful and is a beautiful gift made from your mothers materials. Happy memories for you.

Littlelamb said...

Beautiful card today Sue. Love the colour and the poppies. Thank you for sharing and all your wonderful ideas. John showed your dies off to perfection tonight. Glad Jess has had a lovely birthday. I did remember. Echoing Pam's words.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,

Lovely card for today. I love the Jacobean Floral embossing folder and the dies that you used. The combination custard and white is a winner for me. The card is elegant and clean and makes me feel like spring is coming ... one day in Toronto. For now it is -8 (feels -17), cloudy and we might get some snow...

Pam – Thank you again for the daily summery.
Stephanie Cotterill – I agree! It is no better way to start the day than visiting the BEST craft blog ever. I do it before work every day.
Elaine - I hope Andrew feels better soon. Hugs to both of you.
Cheryl – Happy belated b-day to your daughter. Hope you had a great time!
Donita – What a special gift from your Aunt. A real family heirloom.
Laine & PP/Yvonne – I’ll call 999 if you won’t be back here in a day or two! Hope both of you are fine, having long and pleasant conversations over the phone...

Happy weekend!
Still a newbie to Craft / Not longer the newest and the only across the pond Wilsonette

Eunice said...

Very pretty card Sue. Love the color and the embossing folder is definitely an eye catcher!! Thanks for sharing.

Sandy H said...

Delightful card. The vellum flowers and the custard coloured card are lovely.
Take care everyone.

Pawprintx4 said...

I really love the Geneva die. I use it in bits and pieces often and find it one of the most useful that I own. This card is so pretty and the buttery yellow is so nice for spring.
Stephanie K

Dorothy of Baldock, GB said...

Hi Sue,

I love this card. I am not a fan on yellow however when in Spring with the yellow Spring flowers, yellow is one colour I do like, as long as its in Spring flowers etc.

When I saw this card at first glimpse, I thought it would be ideal for an Easter card. I love this shade of yellow.

Love Dorothy
of Baldock

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Lovely card

Unknown said...

It's lovely Sue , card and colour!