Monday, 1 May 2017

More Candy Machines

Hello crafters!  I thought I would share with you a few more of the Candy Machine samples this week.  Here are another five samples, all different, but all quite fun.  I really enjoyed matching the candies and theming the samples!  The first one here used the You're So Sweet Stamps to Die For that come with the sentiment stamp as well as a curved gumball stamp to use inside the machine.  With a simple post it mask, you can stamp it and make a lovely border for the top and bottom of your card!  The last sample has heart shaped red hot candies to match the border.  Green minty candies for the St. Patrick's Day sample.  Pink and blue for  baby themed sample and a frosty snowflake card with silver candies!  You can see that there is just an endless amount of creativity that can go into one of these Working Candy Machine cards.  Let me know which one is your favourite so far?   I hope you have found some cute ways to use the die set too!   I would love to hear about it as well.   All for now, Sue x

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nancyd said...

Morning Sue, these are so fun dies you can do so much with them.
Nancyd xx

Pam said...

Happy Bank Holiday Monday Sue and Wiksonettes, what a lovely set of cards to celebrate with, gorgeous.
Elaine, I hope the weather clears up fir Andrew and Helen, so that they can stay and enjoy the caravan. How is your back doing, hope you are getting plenty of rest.
Maureen, your inactivity is making you mischievous , poor George,, stop tormenting him.
I too have missed Saba, hope all is well .
June, your crafty jaunts always sound so much fun, wish I could be there too. I have the Eureka stamping press, it is brilliant.
Sharon and Helen, hope you are both feeling better, any news on your Results Sharon.
Maria, let's hope you don't need the shoulder op, the knee one is bad enough, you will have to get June and Sharon to give you tips.
Nice to see you back Julue Laz, hope you are feeling better too.
Bejay, think I will be needing a new laptop soon, I'd better get saving.
Hugs to all, thinking of our missing and poorly friends, and their careers/butlers/hooverers, Maureen take nite .

hollyberry said...

Great,fun cards.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Great cards. Unusual and eye catching. Love them all!

Jan.moogie said...

Love your candy machines, have a a great day, hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dragonsnap2 said...

Amazing how different these can look depending on the colours, backgrounds and even the sweets. Fabulous set.
Reiterating all Pam's comments as she always puts it so much better than I could. Have a great bank holiday everyone. We are at a classic car show in Stratford upon Avon today so hope the current rain clears up very quickly.
Thoughts, prayers and crafty hugs,
D xx

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi Sue. Fun cards and a fun gift for most occasions.
Whatever your plans for the day I'm sending my usual love n hugs your way simple as that ! xxx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, I really like the candy machine set, as you say it is so versatile and what a joy it is for a child (or adult come to that) to open the card and see how it is a working creation, all those little sweeties falling out, brilliant concept Sue.

I reiterate everything that Pam has said above. Pam yes you will have to start saving for your new laptop, ha ha, you never know when your current one will finally give up the ghost on you.

Met one of my craft ladies at our local craft show yesterday who was with her husband and they are going to come to the Detling show on 13th May and want VIP tickets too so I will have someone to share the day with whilst her husband sits in the hospitality suite and does his own thing, I am so looking forward to this new show by Createit and Hochanda, there are about 40 + exhibitors so far. Sorry Sue not sure if I should mention this here but I know that a lot of the stalls will have your dies and stamps for sale (saw loads yesterday and they were flying out the door - no surprise there is there.)

Hopefully having an easy day today doing some prep for my Wednesday class, the emphasis this week is on stamping and embossing incorporated in our card this week.

Happy May Day everyone.

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

Beverly Fuchs said...

Hello Sue,

What a lovely collection of cards showing off your candy machine die. They are all so bright and colorful. Wonderful for any holiday or occasion and would certainly delight the recipient.

Have a wonderful day and enjoy your bank holiday.

Beverly from Maryland, USA

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
Great cards and they really show the versatility of your candy machines. They are such fun cards for all occasions.
I hope everyone is having a good bank holiday,
Muriel x

Lyn Cleasby said...

Love what you have done with the gumball machine, Sue. I particularly like the one with hearts, would make a great Valentine or Anniversary card.

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Great cards & very unusual. I have still to make one even though I have had this die for a while now. Yvonne xx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Great cards so unusual and fun.
Jan x

Clai01 said...

Think I like the first Candy Machine Sue if i had to choose one. x

Craftynetty said...

What a great selection of cards from one set of dies. Your ideas are amazing.

Marion Scott said...

Great fun cards Sue.
Marion S x

Debra K. said...

Yummy selection of cards today Sue! My favourite is definitely the first one with the stamped gumballs. That must have taken ages to stamp and colour them all but so worth it :). Debra x

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you so much for all the brilliant ideas.
I love them all.
Once again i am having problems with this very old computer,
so when it gives up I won't be back on.
Have a great Bank holiday all take care and have fun Kitty.

hettygarlick said...

Some clever ideas on here Sue. I like the way you've used the stamp on the first card.

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Lots of fun gumball machines.
Echoing Pam's comments again. Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. WOW What another fantastic selection of your Candy Machine cards. They are all gorgeous but i do like the Baby and Christmas ones. You have given us crafters loads of ideas for making our own Candy Machine cards. Have a lovely Bank Holiday Monday everyone.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Catherine Lyons said...

Hi Sue great fun cards my favourite is the first one.
Catherine V94 xx

Denise Bryant said...

Awesome cards! These look so fun to make!

Pussycats said...

Good Morning sue and all.. What a great collection of cards using the Candy Machine dies, Oooo its so hard to pick but I think It would have to be first card , I love the Candy stamped on the card. There all amazing.......Wendy

hazel young said...

Lovly candy machines Sue xx hazel

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
It was a lovely surprise to find 5 cards in today's post. Picking a favourite is difficult, and not just because I struggle to make decisions! But I think the gorgeous colours in card number one might just be my favourite. Thank you for all the inspiration and very clever die.x

Theresa Pace said...

these are all so clever and so fun, hugs xx

Netty The Runner said...

These cards are so much fun Sue, how on earth you came up with this idea I'll never know, it's amazing.
Annette x

Netty The Runner said...

These cards are so much fun Sue. How on earth you managed to come up with this idea, I'll never know, it's fab.
Annette x

PharmacyMichele said...

Great cards, such variety.



Hi Sue,

Superb concept!
Innovative and creative.
Love It!!

Croquet Queen x

Anonymous said...

Great selection, Sue, lots of fun here - quite taken by the snowflake one. As mentioned before, don't have this set but always like to see what you can do with them.
Kitty - computers! Our new (well, refurb) also plays up. We both really dislike Windows 10 after many happy years with XP - why are new versions so often not as good?
Really missing our old friend.
Echoing Pam, as ever.

'P' in Wales

Jan Sayer said...

Great cards for some people but sorry, not my thing at all.

Jackie Trinder said...

Good morning Sue these cards are amazing the Candy machines are such a fun idea. Your cards show just how versatile they can be. Take care Hugs Jackie xxx

Jennie - The Crafty Wife said...

Such fun cards today but loving the Baby card, perfect for a baby shower.

karenlotty said...

Lovely cards Sue Other ideas..? Something different for Easter with your lovely bunnies and chocolate buttons

Christine Collins said...

These cards are brilliant Sue and such varied designs.
Chris xx

Karen Drew said...

Such fun cards, with a little extra inside. Love these cards
Karen xx

scrAPpamondo said...

Great inspirations to use this fun die!

Anne said...

These are great fun, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
My you do have some great ideas for this die , all cards are lovely.

Andrew and Helen braved the weather yesterday and by early afternoon it was all calm , the Man next door kindly offered to help Andrew fix the new awning { they have had it for over 12 months but with being ill it got left } so it is now in place and ready for the sunshine .
Helen is relaxing with her book today and has told Andrew to go and do some fishing so all is well there.

Pam i am trying to rest as much as i can , but John does not vac corners or wash the bottom of the plates ,tut tut it just goes to show i have thoroughly spoiled him the last 54 years .

Echoing Pam as ever
Take care , big hugs to all and a gentle one for Maureen

Elaine H X

Patricia said...

Good morning Sun,
More super fun cards, love them all. Your tempting me!! but I know I would not use them as much as some of your "pretty" Dies.
Saba is OK she is at her daughters having fun with her grandson. Last I heard she was running round the house playing the part of Princess Lia!! maybe it was "Wonder Woman" or atacking a vase of flowers with a Nerf Gun!! ha!ha!ha!
Great summary as always Pam, I will echo it all as always.
Have a great day everyone.
Patricia xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, lovely variety of fun cards. You have shown how different you can make them look.

Barbara V

Jackie Meechan said...

Great collection of cards. These dies are so different and fun.

sharon casey said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
What a lovely selection of these fun cards so versatile and fun for so many people.

Pam I get results tomorrow as I had a phone call to go to the doctors, so fingers crossed all will be ok, glad your feeling better now chest infections are lethal so you take care.

Love and healing hugs to all who need them and I like everyone else echo all Pam said as always so kindly

Have a lovely May day


Donita Naylor said...

I'm with the majority liking the classic red gumball machine. What could appeal more to the kid in everyone? Except maybe a working ce cream truck, but that would be hard to accomplish in paper. Along with Debra K, I'm admiring how hard you worked coloring all those gumball you stamped.

Thanks Marg for explaining the bank holiday. Lovely that you have two holidays in such a nice month.

Yes, in a buyout, they offer you money to leave. If they didn't get enough takers, they were going to lay people off. Some people who took the incentive to leave last time have returned as part-time workers without benefits. That seems ideal.

I spent Saturday cutting lots of open shapes from neutral card stock. Like I did with the flowers, I laid the dies on two wide strips of clear tape, about 4 by 11 inches long, covered the whole with wax paper and cut a bunch at a time, two papers thick. For the more intricate dies, I'll cut one thickness at a time. Then I can send my Dad a bunch of loose sentiments that he can put inside the blank cards I made for him.

Really like the sets that combine to make layers of the same shape.

Enjoy your bank holiday!

Love, Donita

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a fun card! There are so many possibilities with this selection of dies.
Hugs x
Heather T

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Fun cards.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - these cards are all so very different and quirky. Hard to choose a favourite but I do like the heart one - it would be such a fun card to receive. You never cease to amaze me with your incredible ideas. Sending best wishes

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

It's just as I thought with the first batch of Candy Machine cards - you're making all these just so you can eat loads of sweeties! think my favourite is the first one with the matching stamp top and bottom but they're all fun and a brilliant concept.

Really scary to read about all these old computers dying - mine is a Windows Vista and I'm dreading having to set up a Win. 10 when it finally gives up the ghost...


Clare Powell said...

Great set of cards, the snowflake one is my favourite x

June Horrocks said...

Happy May Day sue love this set you have shown us this die is very clever so much fun for little ones thank you xxxx love June horrocks xxxx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, a lovely selection of cards for us this morning. I particularly like the Christmas one.

Love Rosemarie X X

Jean Z said...

Hi Love the card so clever. love Jean Z xxxx

Rosemary Stickland said...

Lovely selection of cards.
Rosemary xx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, another wonderful group of cards, love all the different colours and themes. Just shows how versatile the dies are. Have a great day all. Bx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, what fun cards, I can't see me doing them, but love the concept, thank you.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
Thank You So Very Much For Today's Spectacular Array Of Cards
Featuring "The Stupendous Candy Machine" Well Sue, My lovely Friend It's So Very
Difficult To Choose A Favourite, As They Are "All Extremely Striking Cards" All Very Different
Giving Us Lots Of Superb Tips/Techniques, You Must Have Had Great Fun Making These Cards.
I Must Admit I Really Love "Number One" Where You've Incorporated It With The Fabulous
"You're So Sweet Stamp Fom Creative Expression" I Love Incorporating Your Stupendous
Cutting Dies With My Stamps, Which Many Are From "Creative Expression"
I've Also Got A Fun Little Mouse Stamp That I'd Add To This Card.......
Then The Next One Has To Be "The Christmas Candy Machine" (As I Love Christmas)
I Love "The Christmas Border Die" Which You've Used (Which I Have, I've Used On Many Occasions)
Also "The Silver Snowflakes" (On Taking A Closer Look At The Photograph Of "The Christmas Candy Machine"
It Looks Like You've Added Glitter To The Outside Of Your "Candy Machine" Or Am I Going Mad Lol!)
With This One The Night Sky Die With The Star's Would Look Awesome You'd Possibly Have To Cut
The Card A Couple Of Times To Give A Larger Night Skyline But If There Was A Join It Wouldn't Matter
As Your "Candy Machine Would Hide Any Join Add "Father Christmas/Sleigh" Going Across The Top
And You've Got Another Tremendous Christmas Card (Well I Think So Lol!)
Another Is The Extremely Exquisite Black "Candy Machine" With The Red Hearts Across The Top/Bottom
Making It More Romantic You Could Use Stamps Of "Paris Etc On The Background" Or A Map Where Your Recipient
Would Like to Visit, So Many Fantastic Ideas.
Sue, Thank You So Very Much For Sharing Today's Extremely Exquisite Cards Also For The Great Tips/Techniques
Thank You For Your Daily Inspiration I For One Truly Appreciate Everything You Do On This Tremendous Blog.
Sue,Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗 For Yourself
Love From Sam xxx

rosemary powell said...

Hi Sue and everyone. I really like the snowflake Christmas card, one I will definitely make. Look forward to "blogging" with you all. Sharon Casey whatever results you are waiting for I hope they are good. Love to all xx

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I think my favourite is the Christmas one it is something different to make for the younger generation.Elaine is it this week you get your home visit concerning your back problems.Sharon fingers crossed for tomorrow.Pam hugs as usual.

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a gorgeous selection of cards today, you really have had fun making these cards ....and sampling the candy too! The first one is my favourite I think as it's so bright and has the sweets stamped on it but then I do like the snowflake one, great for giving a small gift and card together. The penny has just dropped that it looks like you have used cake decorations in the baby card, what a wonderful idea. I wonder if small jelly tots or dolls mixtures would work although they might be a bit sugary and soft. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments again today, you do make me chuckle. You have got the measure of our Maureen xxx
Elaine I think you should talk to Maureen, just smile sweetly when the jobs are done for you, count to 10 and remember once you are up and running again it can all be sorted. Xxxx

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, this is a really fun die and it is great to see so many different styles you have created from it.

Karen M said...

Morning Sue
Great cards,a lot of fun,my favourite is the St Patrick Day card.
But there all good
Best wishes
Karen M

KarinsArtScrap said...

hi Sue they look fab and colourful

Gr Karin

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, more great fun cards with the candy machine. Such a variety of different designs and colours. I love them.

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

These are so much fun - just fab..

Annie Stamps said...

Super card samples Sue. The die set is good for loads of occasions.

Annie P

SueJ said...

Great samples Sue, shows just how versatile this die set is.
Thanks for the inspiration.

jean.phillips1 said...

Morning Sue, lovely fun collection of cards. Have a lovely Bank holiday. Love Jean from Wiltshire xxx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, I love all of these samples but I think the first one is a favourite, mainly because of the stamping and lovely colouring. The Christmas themed snowflake is a close second.

Just for a change we have a lovely bright and sunny Bank Holiday although there is a fairly stiff breeze. Hope everyone has a good day.


Pat L said...

Hi Sue
While I don't have this die I really appreciate all the wonderful samples you've made, love the first one with the sweets stamped as borders.
Have a lovely bank holiday whatever you're doing

Pam echoing you as always
Love and hugs to everyone

sued99 said...

All very cute. I love how you've carefully colour matched the candies.

ursula said...

Oh gosh, how wonderful....just love these cute cards, sure plenty little uns will also love them...thanks Sue...luv Ursula xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
What a great selection of cards today, all made with the Candy Machine. It just shows that a little imagination goes a long way.
Pam, hope you are feeling much better today. I see you are missing Saba, let's hope she misses you as she's driving today ha ha. (Oops, I'll be in trouble again!!) George is going to iron this morning - I don't know if I can stand it ha ha.
Sharon, I hope the results are good.
Elaine, it's good that Andrew and Helen are enjoying their break, you just relax while they are away. Now it's taken over 50 years before George has managed to do anything, and as for washing the bottom of the plates - he just puts those in the dishwasher ha ha.
'P' as George would say "corners, what are corners?"!!!!
Donita, it sounds as though you have a good production line set up.
PP and Laine, I hope you are both feeling much better and have more energy today.
Carmen, you are a clever woman if you have managed to get the measure of "our friends" ha ha.
June S, the crafting show sounds good - enjoy it when it comes.
Alimecca, you know me, I'll do anything to attract attention so decided to do a head over bottom flip in the middle of the main street in Newcastle and ended up with a fractured hip. Worst thing is that they cut off all my clothes to treat me at the RVI!! Oh dear ha ha.
Have a good day everyone, I'll be dancing round the May Pole later or maybe not as the zimmer frame is not a good look!!!
Maureen xxx

Owlish said...

Hi Sue
I can see how these would be great fun
but I can't see me using them but I think ur cards are great love the variety
Joy Xx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Wonderful Candy Machines, all of them. I used to LOVE the little sugar pearls (the ones you've used in your baby machine)......... so not only are your candy machines lovely to look at, they bring memories, too.
Hugs, Rose

Crafty Cruiser said...

They're all really great!
Doreen R

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
A fabulous collection of cards. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.

CraftyJo said...

Very cool :)

Vie Carter said...

Love these fun cards


Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
What a great selection of cards for today,
I love your first card as it is so colourful but love the Snowflake version, too!
Lesley S x

Sam Roberts said...

Great ideas Sue! I might have to have a close look through the lolly aisle for inspiration lol

Sam Roberts from Aus xx

Yorkie girl said...

Good Morning Sue and everyone
Well what fun you have given us this bank hol Monday your inspiration is to be admired and I do admire it
I have to echo all of Pam's comments as per usual thank you `Pam
Have a brilliant bank oliday everyone
Hugs to all that need one
Theresa G xx

val jones said...

Hi Sue,

i haven't actually got this die set but I just love All the fun samples you've made for us today.
Love Val in Spain xxx

Anonymous said...

I'm still shaking my head at how clever you are to have designed this die set. Amazing.

Jan D., FL, USA

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I love them all.
The Candy Machine is such a great concept.
Thank you for sharing.
Véronique L

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I think my favourite candy machine is the Christmas one! However they are all lovely and such fun! I rather like Izzy's thought that you designed them so that you could test the sweeties!!
Elaine - I'm glad Andrew and Helen's trip away is going well. You relax now!
Saba - is fine - well we hope so!! She is travelling to what she calls God's own County today!! That's Yorkshire for those of you who wouldn't know that!! It's just an opinion - not universally shared! Safe travel dear!!!
Maureen - you asked for nostalgia - what about Chorlton and the Wheelies!!! There is a Saba shaped one out there on the roads!
Some of you lovely ladies have been missing for days and others weeks! We miss you!
For those unwell - hope you feel better today!
Love to all,
Myra xxx

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Love the candy machine and the one we made at the workshop I gave to my grandson for his birthday last Saturday, he was so excited about it and he could not believe that he could get can from it. Makes it all worthwhile when you get that reaction from them.
Di B. x

Jackie Durrant said...

Hi Sue although they don't really appeal to me I can appreciate how novel they are and are certainly something different love from Jackie xx

Suzzette Yandle said...

Fun, fun, fun: designing the card, finding the candy to match the design, hands-on-action of the design, and let's not forget - eating the candy, too.

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Great cards I just love the first one with the red machine and the coloured jellies

it look so tempting.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Sonia Stephenson said...

Hi Sue. These are fabulous - love the different variations :-) Hugs to all xxx

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, Wow!! A plethora of gorgeous candy machine cards, I love them all, but the Baby one appeals to me most because of the colours.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Lovely styles for the Candy Machines. Especially like the St Patrick's day.

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
What a treat for us today sue x fantastic samples you have shared with us today x I love them all and the last selection you showed us x thankyou sue x
Take care everyone xx
Theresa w xxx

Kate's Cards said...

I love the first card, such bright colours. xxx

June Fletcher said...

Hi Sue

A fabulous selection of your fantastic candy machine creations. I've now made quite a few but no where near the amount that you've made LOL

June x

P Austen said...

Hi Sue, whilst I don't have these dies, I do love what you can do with them. My favourite one has to be the snowflake card. Hugs xx P Austen

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue, what a lovely display. Love the Christmas one but not too sure about the one with the green sweets.


Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

There are some great ideas here, they look so different. I'm sure anyone would be delighted to receive one. I don't think I could pick one, lol. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...


barbara macaskill said...

I am so in love with the gumball machine die set! All of my grandchildren have one and keep asking me to make one for this friend and that friend. Yours rock! TFS!

liz spooner said...

Truly a card that keeps on giving.xx

Fiki said...

love it!
it is fantstic card!

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue Oh how lovely what a fabulous selection of cards very difficult to choose favourite as they are all fab I do like the first one with the borders as its so colourful but I also like the Christmas one.
Sharon I hope all goes well with your results tomorrow.
Thinking of all our missing friends

Dawn Holben said...

Sue all of these are gorgeous and i can't possibly pick a favourite.
I do love using this die and the card i made for hubby has been refilled
quite a few times.
I try it out when i go round dusting, only to make sure it still works lol.

Saba said...

Hello Sue,
What a brilliant selection of gumball machines but so difficult to pick a favourite but if I had to choose it would be the St. Patrick's day one, it's such a fun card. I can imagine the fun you've had creating these. Thank you.

Pam and Carmen, sorry I had you worried, I've been visiting my grandson who is six and he has worn me out and by evening I have just crawled to bed!
I am however now in Gods own country as Myra so rightly said, in the Yorkshire dales and it's so good to be "home". I'm here for a week having a new wood burning stove fitted to our cottage before heading back to stay with mr. Bundle of energy for a few days before flying back to Germany. It's perishing cold here and will be until the fire is installed and up and running, at least I don't need to chill the wine!
Maureen and Myra I will have my revenge, Chorlton and the Wheelies indeed! At least I don't confuse green for go and red for stop at traffic lights like some I could mention!
Pam I'm jumping on your train and echoing everything you said today, hope that's ok.
Love and hugs fro all
A very shivering Saba xxxx

Barbara said...

Fantastic cards Sue!
I bought the whole Gumball kit and even got some sweets to go in it but so far haven't made one yet.
I have a leg ulcer and have my first compression bandage on and am finding it hard to get used to. I am walking about in an old pair of crocs as I cant get my foot into anything else. I need to get back in to card making and seeing your cards today has given me the urge to have a go.

Littlelamb said...

All lovely cards Sue but not something I would make myself but that doesn't mean to say I don't like them I do. Saba sorry you are shivering. Know how you feel. I spent all day in a cold ice rink but lovely to see my Granddaughter and GtGranddaughter together. There is 2 years between them and they get on so well. Never want to say goodbye. Usually tears. Pam echoing your comments again.

Lynda's craft's said...

Hi Sue
Wow so many candy machines they are all gorgeous love all the different coloured cany in them. ( are you tasting all the different candles)
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

Hope you have all had a good bank holiday xx
Pam I echo what you have said. Your amazing. Hope your chest infection is feeling better.Hug'S.xx

lorraine eastwood said...

Good evening lovely Sue and her crafty crew!

How lovely to see all your variations of the candy machine, I particularly like the first one, the colouring is lovely.
Just to let you know that Yvonne is having problems with her router again but it should be resolved tomorrow.
Sending love and hugs to all my bestest buddies, hope you have enjoyed you're bank holiday weekend:-)

Crafty hugs


alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
I don't know how you come up with do many ideas. I'm sure all of the recipients of these would love them.
Gosh Maureen, I bet that raised a few eyebrows on Northumberland Street! I know what you mean about having your clothes cut off too - when I fell in the garden in January and dislocated my artificial knee the paramedics had to cut my Rohan trousers off me , or should I say cut 1 leg off! When I woke up in my hospital bed the next morning I looked a right sight in them! I had to ask for a pair of scissors to cut the rest off as I couldn't move my leg - oh the indignity off it! Well I'm sorry that I missed the tale but am really pleased that you are now recovering . Love and hugs Alison xxx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !!! Such gorgeous cards today !!! I do love your Candy Machine Dies, they are fab. I think my favourite one is the St Patrick's Day card, purely because it is green !!! But I love them all. Thanks for sharing. Lots of love to you Sue from Tres x x x

Lots of love to everyone from Tres x x x

Eunice said...

The Candy machine die is awesome!!! Love the cards they definitely give you an array of ideas.

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

I love Candy machines cards in all colors. This set of dies is brilliant.Thanks for the inspiration.

Saba, Laine - Welcome back!
Maureen - I have my moments:)
Elaine - Glad to hear that Andrew and Helen are enjoying their break.

Still a newbie to Craft / Not longer the newest, or the only Canadian Wilsonette

Viki Banaszak said...

I think these look delicious! My mouth is watering ;p

Marianne's Craftroom said...

These are amazing

Diane King said...

These look like such fun to make. Xx

Latenight Sandy H said...

More fabulous candy machine ideas. So clever.

dorothy cattanach said...

Hi Sue, Love this Candy machine, My great granddaughter 3 yr old loved it on her Birthday. I am making anoher now for another gr grand daughter. Such a choice of colours here.
Thank you for sharing. Have a good day .xxx
Dorothy xx

ethansnanna said...

Another few cards I missed, what is the
matter with me??

Doreen x