Sunday, 14 May 2017

Many Thanks

Good Sunday morning all!  I found this one in one of my older files, but I liked the relative simplicity of it so I thought I would share it today.  I started by covering a piece of acetate with a sticky adhesive sheet.  I turned the acetate over and sponged on Flake and Glitter glue and waited for it to turn clear.  Once it was ready, I coated it with Persian Dawn Gilding Flakes and used a rubit scrubit to refine them and remove the excess.  Next I turned the piece over and removed the backing paper from the adhesive sheet and coated it with clear microbeads.  It gave an interesting look as you can see the gilding through the acetate and the micro beads. I matted it with a piece of black card.  Next I cut two of the Geneva outer die, one in silver and one in black.  I used the black die cut as a shadow behind the silver one.  I added mounting foam to the back and attached it to the background, adding glue for extra hold.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it out with the Pierced Flags and tucked the end under the oval frame.  I used the Classic Rose die set to make two 3D flowers out of silver card.  I seated them at the end of the sentiment with Lace Edged Leaves, tulle and black jute as accents.  I completed the card with white and black mats and layers.  The finished dimensions are 6 1/2"  x  7 1/2" in size.

The winners of this week's Comment Game are:

Rosemary Stickland!!!
Hazel Young!!!
Catherine Lyons!!!

Congratulations all!  Please email me at to confirm your address and claim your prize.  All for now, Sue x

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nancyd said...

Morning Sue, a gorgeous card. Congratulations to the lucky winners.
Nancyd xx

Pam said...

Beautiful Sunday card Sue, it's lovely.
Congratulations to all comment game winners.
Elaine, hope Andrew us much improved after his treatment, the sickness is the awful part, it used to upset my dad so much. You are having fun with Maureen planning this Zimmer parade/race, something to see I'm sure.
Maureen, trust you to be sedate and ladylike, your inactivity is causing your mind to run riot. So happy to hear how cheerful you are.
Marg, hope your CT scan goes well, migraines are dreadful and still people class them as headaches till they too get them.
Norah, hope you are well, after looking after little Harry, grandmas never want to miss out with their little ones even if they suffer afterwards.
I've had a relaxing weekend knitting hats fir Romanian children, let's see what next week brings. My constant thanks for all of your kind words and support, you are my grounding, my rocks and my friends, love you all.
Daily hugs to all, poorly friends and especially all our missing friends.

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
Love this card with the gorgeous flakes and micro beads. May be an oldie but a real goodie.
Congratulations to all the winners, I have missed a couple of days - in Sydney with family for our Mother's Day this weekend
Muriel x

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you so much, for the inspiration,
I was in at a stand sill with card making.
Congratulations to all the winners.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

Dragonsnap2 said...

Love the card Sue. You have such great ideas for your backgrounds. I would never have thought of it. Congratulations to the comment winners.
Thoughts and prayers to all. Crafty hugs,
D x

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, such a pretty card today, as you say elegant, and look at that rose it is magnificent.

I reiterate everything that Pam has said above.

Congratulations to all the winners x

Went to the Create it show at Detling yesterday and had a brilliant time, there were over 50 exhibitors with lots of bargains, plenty of room in the isles to get around, lots of seating areas to rest those weary legs (although I was in my scooter), was in the audience of the first TV show. I was watching John Lockwood demoing and a lady came up and spoke to him, we were saying how much we like your dies Sue and this lady gave me one of your new die sets that I didn't have, she would not take any money for it, she said she had a duplicate, how kind people are. Hope to have a relaxing day today.

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

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Happy Sunday to you Sue. I have very little to say about today's sample compared to my usual post. It's simplicity is calming the background and floral element adorable and not over powering, it really is a lovely pretty sample Sue. The guilding flakes you have used is one I have but not yet had the confidence to use which is such a shame as they look so beautiful shimmering away in their pot, maybe one day 😐
Hope you are having an enjoyable weekend, sending love n hugs your way 🌹 xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, lovely pretty card this morning, understated but beautiful. The roses are gorgeous.

Barbara V

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
This card today is simply gorgeous.I love micro beads but I have never thought of using them with gilding flakes.Must give it a try.
Congratulations to the winners.
Jan x

hettygarlick said...

Lovely background. I never think to use microbeads. I have a full container just sitting there!

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Amazing card, love the idea of both gilding flakes and micro beads on acetate, and if course your roses are beautiful.
Congratulations to all the winners. Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, I agree it's simplicity is gorgeous!!!
Congratulations to the winner's!!! Enjoy!!!
Have a good one!!!

Denise Bryant said...

Love the leaves! Beautiful card!

hollyberry said...

Beautiful card love the roses. Congratulations to the winners.

Debra K. said...

Lovely card!
Congratulations to the three winners , enjoy your prizes! Debra x

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and Friends,

Just this week I pulled out that Geneva oval! Decided against it but have a die cut now to use later. This card has a lot of class. I bet the microbeads make the gilding flakes look like water is running over them.

In looking at yesterday's card, I see what's wrong with my chrysanthemums. They look like spiders because I curled them down instead of up. Duh.

Congratulations to the comment winners. If I may change my mind, P in Wales, and join the party in saying well done! Maybe it doesn't make sense for a drawing, but it does celebrate the person's happiness and success. You've won me over.

I spent a week making a Mother's Day card but I'm having regrets. Might switch to something simpler. And without spiders.


Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
I love the rich, opulent look of today's design and your flowers are, as usual, gorgeous.
Congratulations to the winners.x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Great background and love the corsage.

Pussycats said...

God Morning Sue and all... A WOW card this morning.. So beautiful with the rich colours from the flakes .. The flowers are just so stunning.....Congratulations to the winners ..... Wendy

Anonymous said...

Great card, Sue, never tried microbeads on gilding flakes but may give it a go now. Love the Geneva ovals frame and the flowers too.
OK Donita aka Spider Woman - back with the Well Done! So pleased for the comment winners.
Echoing Pam, as ever.

'P' in Wales

Chris Curry said...

A very elegant card Sue, like the idea of gilding and micro beads. Thank you, have a nice Sunday. Xx

Jan.moogie said...

Wow Sue simply elegant and stunning, definitely one to try for me. Have a great day, hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great card Sue, bet the colours a better in real life.

Marion Scott said...

Good morning Sue, this card is beautifully elegant. Must get my micro beads out again.
Congratulations to this weeks winners.
Marion S x

Christine Collins said...

Hi Sue
A stunning card and a great technique for the backing,
Have a lovely day
Chris xx

Jan Sayer said...

Pretty overall effect. Gilding flakes do make a card look special.

TDQ Karen said...

Like this idea, one to try later.
Really lovely card.
Congratulations to all the winners xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. WOW This is a very elegant and opulent card this morning. Loving the different background with the flakes and beads i bet it give the card a gorgeous texture when done. Your flowers are always stunning. This is another one to try today. Your imagination must is endless and i just wish that i had a small portion of it lol. Congratulations to all the lucky comment winners. Enjoy your day Sue.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
The gilding and micro bead technique is definately one I'm going to try it looks gorgeous. Your card is simply fabulous I don't know which bit I like the most!
Congratulations to all the winners!
Hugs x
Heather T

Jackie Trinder said...

Gorgeous morning Sue this is a gorgeous card I do love gilding flakes. Congratulations to all the winners. Have a great day today. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
A very elegant & decadent card today. Congratulations to all the lucky comment winners. Yvonne xx

Anne said...

What a gorgeous card, Sue. I must get my gilding flakes out!

Anne (Northampton)

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card. Interesting effect of gilding flakes on acetate and microbeads.
Congrats to the winners.
B xx

hazel young said...

Beautiful card xx hazel

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Love these Golden Oldies when they pop up on the blog - it's like meeting an old friend unexpectedly, cheers you up for the rest of the day...

Congratulations to the Comment Game winners..

Donita - save those "spiders" for a Hallowe'en card!


Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a beautiful card again today, love the gilding flakes as a background and your beautiful roses. I loved yesterdays card too but didn't get a chance to comment as I was making afternoon tea for 30 in the garden to celebrate our silver wedding anniversary. Congratulations to today's comment winners and to Dorothy for winning yesterday's card. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam thank goodness they took no action at least you can relax now although it's a pain you know you will go through it all again. Why not just say we know you have a medical condition and know it can't be helped! Especially as you return to work while still fighting it. Sending hugsxxx
June I will have to watch on catch up and see if I can spot you in the crowd, glad you had a good time, what a lovely lady giving you her duplicate die. Xxx

karenlotty said...

It may be an oldie but it's still up to date It's gorgeous

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful card-so classy & elegant.

Congrats to the winners.


Netty The Runner said...

Lovely card, like the technique with the acetate and gilding flakes.
Annette x

June Horrocks said...

What a beauty sue I love this die the card is stunning
Love always June horrocks xxxxxx

marg said...

Good Morning Sue
Thanks for showing Noble Dies I use these so much!
Congratulations to comment winners!
Thanks Pam for wishes for me that these M******** stop, the pain is something else!
Love Marg

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue, maybe simple but very pretty. Congratulations to the 3 winners xx

CHERYL Brown said...

Morning Sue,

A simply understated stunning card today. Love the gilding flakes autumnal look.

Congratulation to the comment winners.
Gentle thoughts and healing prayers for all our poorly blog friends and their families.

Love & hugs
Cheryl xxx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
An elegant card today, love the gilding flake and micro bead background.
Congratulations to the winners.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Lovely floral arrangement

snowy said...

Gorgeous card. love the flower arrangement. Hugs xxx Snowy Owl 36

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - I love this style and have made quite a few cards like this as it looks so stylish, although I haven't used the acetate technique. Congratulations to the three ucky winners today. Best wishes

val jones said...

Very pretty Sue. Beautiful flowers and background.
Love Val in Spain xxx

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, lovely card,this is an interesting technique, I think I will have to try.

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Very beautiful . love Jean Z xxx

rosemary powell said...

Hi Margaret ,I am on Sumatriptan for my migraines find it only helps if you take it as soon as you feel one coming on. I have to take codeine and paracetamol at the same time ( gp's recommended it ). Hope you feel better soon. Sending hugs xx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, a really beautiful card, very opulent with the gilding flakes. Must remember to try the micro beads with the flakes. Well done to the comment game winners. Have a great day all. Bx

rosemary powell said...

Morning Sue and everyone. I will definitely be trying g the acetate with the microbeads and glitter glue, have tried the "high low " technique with great success, but do have trouble when you have to use flake and glitter glue any tips anyone ?
Thank you . Co gratulations to the winners, I won a beautiful stamp set when I won the comment game it is of beautiful spring flowers. Love and hugs to all who need it right now xxxxxxxxxxx

ethansnanna said...

Congrats to all the winners, and a lovely start to a Sunday!

An elegant and stunning card, just up my street!!

Doreen x

Crafty Cruiser said...

Lovely! Congratulations to all the lucky winners
Doreen R

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Thank you for showing us this absolutely beautiful card. I love the design, wish I could do my flowers as lovely as this. And gilding RULES OK!
Have a good Sunday.
Hugs, Rose

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful background to this card and gorgeous flowers and leaves.
Congrats to your lucky winners.

June I thought about you all day , so pleased you enjoyed Detling and lucky you getting a freebie .
Donita , Well done for changing your mind , xxxxx

Maureen ,oh yes we must take Pam with us she would do a good sum up of all our antics and the trouble we get ourselves into , not too sure about her sitting on the front though , if we toppled over front first ,,,,,,,,,eeeks no not a good idea mate. Hope you are continuing with good progress . xxx

Pam we love you too , so pleased you are relaxing ,i am knitting another little cardigan for the prem baby unit ,it takes my mind off things and it really does relax me too .Hope you are feeling a lot better and have another good day.Echoing you again .xx

Take care everyone
Big hugs to all
Elaine H X

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue a beautiful card i love the background and those Roses are devine .
Catherine V94 xx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
This card is stunning in its simplicity. (Although not simple in technique). Thanks for sharing.
Congratulations to all the winners.
Have a great day everyone.

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a very stylish card and the Finishing Touches are all gorgeous. Love the Persian Dawn Gilding Flakes.

Diane - Congratulations to you and your OH for your Silver Wedding Anniversary. Afternoon tea in the garden sounds lovely.

Congratulations to this week's comment game winners - Rosemary S, Hazel Y and Catherine L. Enjoy playing with your gifts.


Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. I love the the gilded background, the beautiful roses and leaf sprays. Congratulations to this week's lucky winners.

Kate's Cards said...

Beautiful. xx

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Beautiful card this morning Sue got to say I have never got on with gilding flakes I have loads of them looking at the results you can achieve I may give them another go
Congratulations to all the comments winners
June glad you had a brill day did you shop till you dropped ? How nice of that lady to give you a die I expect to see all your makes with your new stash pretty please xx
Hugs to all that need one and I will again echo Pam's comments
Have a wonderful Sunday folks
Theresa G xx

SueJ said...

Love this card, I don't make as much use of the gilding flakes as I should.

Well done to all the comment game winners.

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
A really lovely card today! It's so simple yet so lovely! Haven't used the micro beads in ages! Your flowers are just gorgeous !!
Very stylish card.
Congratulations to today's winners!
I've got some of the family coming today so must get on! Having a coffee break!
Maureen , Elaine and Norah - will you have number plates on these vehicles? May I suggest WOW 1. WOW 2 and WOW 3 !! That would be suitable for your crafting connection and driving/ behaviour!
Have a good day everyone!
Diane - I'm so glad it dried up for yesterday's lovely Tea! Fingers were crossed and prayers said! X
Love to all, Myra xxx

Rosemary Stickland said...

What a lovely surprise this morning to see my name as one of the comment game winners .... thank you so much Sue (email on its way). Congratulations to Hazel and Catherine too.
Love today's card, I really must get myself some gilding flakes.
Rosemary xx

Tressa said...

A very elegant card. I agree that it is good to see a blast from the past occasionally and this one was worth bringing out. Love the background, I tried it once at one of Julia's workshops and don't understand why I have never repeated this effect again.


Norah McPhee said...

Good morning Sue and the Wilsonette,
I like the style of this card Sue and with those beautiful roses on it just finishing it off a treat. Ehhh, i'm a wee bit miserable and cut the flat bits of the acetate from the protective covers that they come in. I can't get them out and back in them when i have used them so it seems an awful waste of good quality acetate, so all that goes in the recycling is the roundy bits. I find that if it is not the full front of the card that i am wanting covered them using one of my "freebies" bits of acetate works fantastically. See told you, miserable to the last but it just seems an awful waste if i leave the covering intact to go to the recycling, but hey your knew i am a Scot, ;-DDDD. Thank you flower for such a nice design that without the tulle, would be nice for a man as well even with those stunning roses.
Well after a horrible day yesterday we have the sun shining once more across the Central Region of Scotland today. My hills are so clear in clarity once more that you can see all my nooks and crannies that make up their magnificence, even if there is that tad touch of grey in bits of the those white clouds. I hope that wherever you all are that it is as beautiful.
Maureen, Elaine, what are you trying to do to me, make me crazier than i normal? I was quite sane until i met up with that Maureen (and if you believe that). I think for Pam to sit on the front of the handlebars we would need to make a seat that she could be strapped into and a blindfold so that she wouldn't be nervous of our driving. It's nice to see that your humour has not deserted you where you legs did Maureen, although i know that you like to match as well but i really wouldn't go for the matching look in the hip department flower, i don't think George would survive it? I hope that he is doing ok though, but he will be missing David some what so give him a hug from me and please be kind to him, ;-D
Elaine, knitting is a wonderful invention that helps get through a lot of things both stress wise and otherwise. The baby unit never get enough of these wee delicates for their wee scones that are trying so hard to survive, so they appreciate these tender handmade gifts so much. When i was expecting Kirsten i was in and out of SRI for weeks at a time so Mum kept me going with my wool from my stash as it was a nightmare for me having to sit and do nothing when i was so used to working so many hours in the day. I had a lovely pile of wee boys clothes made up for my wee boy coming, for him to turn into a her and i had to start again. She would have made a brilliant footballer going by her kicking when inside of me. Anyway flower it allows you to concentrate on something else for a wee bit while, your Andrew will get there i hope, it's just going to take longer than originally planned. Sending hugs down.
Pam, the knitting will keep your hands busy flower and do so much good for kiddies that really need that wee bit help and thoughtfulness. As for my wee horror comic, he is really a Papa's boy and can't understand why Papa can't lift him, so tomorrow night should be fun when he comes to stay again because Campbell normally lifts him up to his bed. Glad that you've had a better weekend though flower and i hope that you get that feeling to be allowed to carry on through the week. Hugs winging your way.
June flower, there are some really lovely people in this world who are kindness themselves, enjoy your new die and because of it's origin, it will always bring a smile to your face that their are kind people in this world. Glad you had a good time at the show and that there were some good buys to be had. So i will send hugs to all the lovely Wilsonettes that need, could do with or just want, they are yours,
love and crafty hugs
Norah (glenochil)

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
There you go again tempting me to try the gilding flakes this is a simple elegant design with many uses I hope you are having a lovely weekend.
Pam so glad you are managing to take it easy this weekend I agree completely with your comments I find such comfort from everyone and consider you all my friends

Jaye said...

Gorgeous card. I love gilding flakes but don't have this one and the effect is stunning. I never think of using micr beads, perhaps I am missing something! The rose is beautiful, too. How you thinkup all these designs- Sue, you're amazing.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

It's lovely. Roses look fab.

Sandie Braithwaite said...

It's lovely. Roses look fab.

Anonymous said...

So pretty....I love gilding fun to play with....every panel is unique.

Great the leaves....I have that die set and use it all the time.

Jan D., FL, USA

Nana on the Hill said...

Simply beautiful Sue, and l`m willing to bet it looks even better in 'real life' guilding flake always does x

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
It may be a simple card but it is so gorgeous, love the gilding flakes with the micro beads and of course your classic rose, just one thing how did I miss that lovely oval Geneva die!!
June glad you had a good day at the show and how lovely of that lady to pass on one of Sues die, a random act of kindness
Diane happy anniversary and glad the weather held for your garden party
Pam thank you for your daily roundup and echoing you if I may

Sending love and hugs to everyone

June Fletcher said...

Good afternoon Sue

This is a very beautiful card. When I saw it and before reading about it I thought you had used acetate and it works so well!

June x

stitchingranny said...

Although simple I love the way the addition of the flowers turn this into something special

Hugs Helen xx

Kim Dibben said...

Gorgeous card Sue xx love the background technique, it looks stunning. Congratulations to the winners. xx love Kim D

dorothy cattanach said...

Many thanks Sue for the beautiful cars I have won.
Also thank you everyone for your good wishes.
Congratulations to all the winners too, you will treasure your cards.

A beautiful card again today Sue. I just love using Gilding flakes too. They really make a card so special.
Best wishes to Sue and everyone.

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
A beautiful card today and I am glad you found this one! The design may be simple but it is a lovely card using the gilding flakes and micro beads.
I too, can't remember the Geneva die but it will be going on my list!!
I have missed a few posts this week as I have been away on a break.
Sending my good wishes to you.
Lesley S x

sued99 said...

i love the clean and simple lines of this card. It's beautiful.

Eunice said...

Very pretty card Sue, love the simplicity of the Geneva die. Interesting look with the gilding flakes and the micro beads.

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous and fab background Sue
Gr Karin

Sue MacFall said...

Great Sue, love the gilding flakes and the flowers are just beautiful. Thank you.

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Love the oval frame - there is something really pleasing about the oval shape.


Viki Banaszak said...

This is so pretty! The background is divine and the floral spray is beautiful.

barbara macaskill said...

Fiery and fiercely gorgeous! TFS
Congratulations to this week's community game winners!

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Beautiful Card. I love this for its relative simplicity. I really like the gilding flakes, the basic shape die and your florals, lovely. Thanks for sharing.

Congratulations Rosemary Stickland, Hazel Young and Catherine Lyons.

Best wishes

Suzzette Yandle said...

WOW! Such an interesting mix of mediums on this card. Lots of microbeads, too. I bet this card is heavy from the beads. Thank you for sharing yet another technique using other mediums that work so well together making a beautiful card design.

Jess Watson said...

Hi Sue, such a lovely card, it is ages since I used my micro beads, time to get them out again I think
June what a lovely lady to give you her duplicate die, there are some lovely people in the world, and most of them are crafters.
Congratulations to todays winners.
Just be careful these these walkers ladies, we don't want any more mishaps.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Love the elegant card today, sometimes less is more.
Pam, hope you are well today. It's been an exciting day here. I came downstairs by myself and walked halfway up the street and back with my granddaughters using the zimmer with the seat. I am feeling almost human but of course many people would disagree with that. I see a Fracture Consultant tomorrow to find out if I am as wonderful as I think I am ha ha.
June, there are some very kind people about, look at the mad 8 who put up with me!!! By the way, did you get the name and address of the very kind die lady - I'd like to write her a begging letter ha ha.
Elaine, I thought very carefully about where Pam could sit, and in the front to take the worst of any impact seems like a good idea to me lol. (Just kidding Pam - maybe!!!) It's Norah we have to watch out for!!!
Donita - Spider Woman!! Keep them for Halloween, what a good idea, I'll have to try turning the petals under.
Congratulations to the comment winners.
love to all who are poorly or lonely and their carers.
Maureen xxx

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

Beautiful card. I love the gilded background.Thanks for the inspiration.

Congratulations to all the lucky winners

Happy Mother’s Day!
Still a newbie to Craft / Not longer the newest, or the only Canadian Wilsonette

Helen Terry said...

Hi Sue Simply Stunning card today love the gilding and the pin prick detail on the oval die . Thank you Helen Terry xxx

Nanny Jo said...

What a lovely texture the beads give to the gilding flakes, Sue! The card is quite simple, yet very pretty. Jo x

liz spooner said...

This one is very nice, elegant.xx

DeCor said...

I do like when you do show older ones. It is always nice to jog the memory to use your other dies. It is a really nice card. Great idea of using the gilding flakes and Micro beads. Thank you again.

Doreen said...

wow just stunning.x

CraftyJo said...

Beautiful :)

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue Lovely card those silver roses are beautiful as is the background, I haven't used my micro beads for ages Ill have to get them out again!
Congratulations to the three winners

Theresa Pace said...

this is lovely. simple maybe (by your standards), but stunning, hugs xx

Narrowboat girl said...

Lovely Sue. I love going back & using some of my older dies so seeing you using them is an extra inspiration. Love the roses

Lynda's craft's said...

Hi Sue
I love this card
. I must try this technique again it has a lovely effect
That's the trouble tend to forget the old technique
Thank you for reminding me.
Love & hug's Lynda Brock xx

ursula said...

A very pretty card Sue, have made this in the past but found that using micro beads it made it very heavy, nonetheless it is a brilliant idea...thank you so much....luv Ursula xxx

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,
Love this card. Great technique, haven't tried this for a long time.
Guess what I will be doing this week!
Hope you have a good week, love and hugs, Brenda xxx

Betty McAlister said...

Beautiful card Sue. The background must be stunning in real life with the gilding flakes and micro beads. Gorgeous.
Congratulations to your comment game winners. Xx

Vie Carter said...

A beautiful card today, the elements go so well together

Just love it


alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card, congratulations to the lucky winners. Love Alison xxx

Fiki said...

very nice card!
congrats to winners!

Owlish said...

This is a very interesting card something I need to utube and have a go sometime
Congratulations to the winners

Littlelamb said...

Sorry could t comment on this yesterday but wifi was very intermittent and kept going off before I could comment. Lovely card. Better go before it goes again.

Laura O' Connor said...

Fantastic card sue. Love the flowerswirls Laura O

Pawprintx4 said...

This is so gorgeous. I love all your cards capturing material in acetate. I love the captured in crystal technique I learned from you.
Stephanie K

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue.

Absolutely stunning. Xx