Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Textured Mask Overlay Card

Hi bloggers!  I was having a bit of a play with Texture paste and Pixie Powders and I just loved the result.    I thought I would share it with you in this video and you'll want to give it a go too!

The finished dimensions are 7 1/4" x  8 1/2" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Lovely card Sue, gorgeous. Julia's shows last night were fab, she showed so many new ways to use your beautiful dies, lovely demos. Either Dave Bradford is getting taller or Julia is shrinking but doesn't she look so well.
Kitty have a wonderful holiday. Alison, hope you are rested after your journey. Would have loved to see the Minky whale pod, so graceful.
Patricia, welcome back, hope you had a great holiday.
Elaine, I too would like to see the new you, hope Darren can get a photo posted for you, although I liked the old one too.
Diane, good news the fingers are a little better but they won't be if you keep catching them, take it easy.
Carmen, hope your internet is working now, hiw us the Kid doing.
My little men dud very well yesterday, they looked so grown up, they were very quiet last night but I think it was a lot to take in for them. It is such a traumatic event especially the way Rob died. He would have been so proud of them. Thank you all for your concerns and caring thoughts, it really does help.
Daily hugs to all poorly and missing friends always in our thoughts, hope you are all doing okay.

hollyberry said...

Gorgeous card.

TDQ Karen said...

Love this look, the effect is beautiful xx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Very interesting looking card today.It's beautiful.Will have to catch up with the video later.
Jan x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, lovely card today. Love the way the texture paste works.

Barbara V

Jan.moogie said...

Woohoo something to watch after work, lovely card Sue. Thanks for sharing, have a\ great day , hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Hi Sue. Intrigued comes to mind, so I'm chomping at the bit waiting to watch what you got up to when putting this lovely sample together. I'm still playing with my Pixies and I'm still not sure what to think, I really am a sucker for delicate 'soothing' colours so that side isn't quite working but looking at so many cards on fb and what you show us, everyone makes the most lush backgrounds etc, whereas mine looks like Cassie has upchucked on a piece of my cardstock !!! So perseverance is needed on my part I think.
Things are moving here, so I'll send my love n hugs and go unlock the door, wave my 2 off and watch your inspiration xxx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, what a stunning card, great video showing how to achieve that gorgeous background. Love the colours you chose. Have a great day all. Bx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a lovely card and great video.
Thank you Pam I shall try to have a good holiday.
Take care all Kitty.

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, a beautiful sample today and interesting video.

Pam I reiterate everything you have said above. Also I just thought I would say and that although I have never met you or your grandsons, I feel very proud of them for how they were yesterday, it is never a nice thing to go through and at such an impressionable age too, so give them a special hug. Hope you are OK.

I too watched Julia's show last night and again watched it this morning, some interesting techniques there and very good advice.

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

P Austen said...

Morning Sue, a lovely lacey card today. Like Stephanie, I don't have much success with 'messy' crafting as I call using texture paste etc. But, maybe I should persevere more. I've only just about mastered using gilding flakes so now they're on most of my cards.lol Hugs xx P Austen

Marion Scott said...

Gorgeous card Sue and your video is fantastic at showing the technique used.
Marion S x

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Great effect Sue.

Beverly Fuchs said...

Hello Sue,

Lovely card today, gives the impression of a faux stained glass window. I've just started using Pixie Powders so this is another interesting way to use them, something that I will have to try. I always find your videos so informative and you really explain things so well.

Hope that you have a nice day. The weather here is so unbearably hot so that's the perfect excuse to craft.

Beverly from Maryland, USA

Denise Bryant said...

Pretty card! Love the Texture Paste!

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Lovely card, you know I'm a fan of anything messy and the colours are right up my street, will have to save the video for later though.
Julia has been doing a fabulous job showcasing your dies.
Pam, the boy's granddad would be proud of them, I'll echo the rest of your comments. Hugs to all, especially our missing friends. Sue xxx

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card. Intriguing background, will watch the video to see how you did it.
B xx

Stephanie Cotterill said...

My first thought was that I was intrigued. After watching your lovely tutorial it's now WOW ! What an amazing background and sample, I absolutely love it ☺ have a great day Sue xx

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I am in awe I have just finished watching your video this card is amazing.Another busy day ahead the grandaughters will be arriving soon so breakfast and then the school run Tuesday and Thursday is Leighton laps when the whole school run around the school field before lessons start I of course walk my running days are over.Pam you must be very proud of your little men my two are undecided yet but Katie is only six.
Hugs to everyone

Debra K. said...

Great card design! Debra x

Kim Dibben said...

Fabulous card Sue xx love the background technique xx love Kim D

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
Just had to watch the video first, couldn't wait to see how you achieved that look - it is a great technique and yes, it does look a bit like a stained glass window too. I have so far resisted pixie powders but am feeling it wont be much longer ! lol !!
Muriel x

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue
A beautiful card and a great technique love the pixie powders.
Catherine V94 xx

Owlish said...

Hi Sue
This is a great card loving the video and colours u used
Joy Xx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
Thank you for another great video tutorial and the wonderful inspiration; I love the design and would never have thought to use my pixie powders with texture paste. I'm looking forward to having a go myself. X

ethansnanna said...

A lovely card today, Sue, it almost makes me
want to do "messy crafting!!" which I don't
normally do!!

Doreen x

PharmacyMichele said...

Gorgeous card-it's like looking through a stained glass window. Beautiful.


sharon casey said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
Gorgeous card today , I haven't tried that technique yet but definitely must have a go as it looks stunning, and I agree it does look like stained glass too.

Pam Pam, So glad it all went well yesterday for you all, the twin's granddad would be so proud of them, sending you and them big hugs and love xx

Sending love and healing hugs to all that need them

Have a good day all

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, what a striking card. Definitely one to have a play with. Like others my messy crafting sometimes ends up looking like something te cat dragged in, to use one of my Mothers favourite expressions. I will persevere.

Love Rosemarie X X

Viki Banaszak said...

WOW!!! What a beautiful looking card!

Chris Curry said...

A gorgeous card Sue. I used the clear texture paste this weekend with a small butterfly stencil and sprinkled different glitters on it. It looks good but now I want to try the pixie powders too. Thank you. Have a good day. Xx

hazel young said...

Stunning card Sue x xhazel

Heather Treble said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card, great tips in the video.
Thanks for sharing,

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue,

Love this look, and love how you did it. Looks like so much fun!


P.S. Beverly Fuchs has mastered Pixie Powders!

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
I love the background of today's card I've yet to try pixie powders! Although I love your card I would have used a different colour to black. I prefer pastel colours and only use black as a highlight. I enjoyed the video thanks for sharing, Julia's shows were fabulous!
Hugs x
Heather T

nattyboots said...

Lovely card Sue, i will watch the video later thank you .xx

Pam , Granddad would have been so proud of the twins ,moments like this are very hard to take especially when you are young .xxxx I will echo your lovely words today .

I seem to have twisted my knee , { doing too many wheelies on the new wheels probably } i have had about 2 hrs sleep as it is really painful so i am going to rest today .
Andrew felt a bit Yuk yesterday but will bounce back in a couple more days. { hope so cos Daniel is taking him away for the weekend it is a surprise Fathers Day Present , it could be fishing or a gig , we will have to wait and see }

sending big hugs to all
Elaine H X

Clare Powell said...

Gorgeous card, love the background x

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue!
Looks like I will have to buy some Pixie Powders! lol
I will have to watch the Video to give an honest opinion as it looks so dark on my screen.
Watched Julia last night I miss the later shows on Freeview though!
Love Marg

Anonymous said...

Oooh your top matches the card, Sue, now was that intentional?! Love the background but still don't have the ingredients. Really nice card and thanks for the video and inspiration.
Donita, had you at about 28 so you must be kidding us surely. Tried to 'blow up' your photo but can't.
Pam, echoing as usual - pleased the boys coped, difficult times.
Hugs to all.

'P' in Wales

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Beautiful card Sue. I have not watched the video yet I will do that after breakfast that OH is making as I type
Pam glad the twins got through yesterday I am sure that you will have the right words to help them through this sad time
Elaine what have you done to your knee ? I hope you managed to get some rest and catch up with your beauty sleep
My usual hugs to you and Andrew and Helen what a lovely surprise for being planned for Andrew x
Well breakfast is ready so I will echo Pam and her perfect words
Hugs to all that that may need one
Take care folks
Hugs Theresa G xx

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue, a stunning card. Love the pixie powder/texture paste background xx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Absolutely exquisite card, I love doing this style of card as it is such a beautiful way to get a great effect. Loved seeing Julia's show's last night. Yvonne xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. Another beautiful card. I love the background colours, still need to watch the video to see how you made it. Something else which will have to wait until later as i have appintments all day. The striplet looks like a piece of lace and even with the black card it still looks very delicate. Thanks for the video.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Anonymous said...

Good Morning, Sue
A really striking card from you today.
The video was great with your little tips which are always a bonus!
I can visualise this card in softer colours, too!
I must dig out the masks which I have hardly ever used!
Lesley S x

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all, stunning card this morning and will be watching the video later. I am hooked playing with Pixie powders at the moment and I would love to try having a play with paste. Julia is showing your dies of wonderfully..... Wendy

val jones said...

Hi Sue, a real stunner Sue. Will watch the video later.
Love Val in Spain xxx

June Horrocks said...

Hi sue a stunning card this one I love it I haven't used pixi powders yet but I did that with other stuff and was fine.

Julia did great demos with your dies last night love you sue xxxx June horrocks

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Beautiful card , love Jean Z xxxx

Beryl Treble said...

Beautiful card Sue. Enjoyed the video.

Diane King said...

Gorgeous card. Xx

Maria Alder said...

Morning Sue and everyone.
Fab video and such a beautiful card. As long I get some paste in I will
give it a go. You always look so lovely.

Sending love and hugs to everyone today
Maria x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Very lovely. Yes I must try!

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, gorgeous card, I will watch the video later when Inhave a little more time
Pam, so glad the boys coped yesterday, it would have been quite traumatic for them.
Hope everyone has a lovely day, take care xx

Crafty Cruiser said...

A really striking card today. A different look that works very well.
Doreen R

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Gorgeous card, love pixie powders.

Paula said...

I love this card today Sue, it's stunning! :) I'm off to do the usual, make a cup of tea and sit down to watch the video. Thanks Sue,
Paula x

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
Wow what a lovely card today and a great video, I think I prefer the darker version you used although the one you demoed will probably dry darker. I wondered where you were going with the double layer but it looks fantastic in the end. Thank you for sharing. I might wait a while before I try pixie powders although it might brighten up my dressing!!
Love Diane G xxx
Pam your grandsons were little troupers yesterday, I bet you were all proud of them and you know grandad would have been too. Sending hugs to you all. I'm trying to be good and careful, it's quite hard resisting doing things though! Echoing your comments today xxx
Elaine oh no not what you want, you poor thing. Lots of rest xxx

Anonymous said...

Beautiful card Sue, I made this the other day and put 'Fathers Day' on it....it is such a lovely masculine card....thank you...luv Ursula xx

June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

Gorgeous card, the colours blend so well together. Thank you for sharing this technique

June x

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. A lovely background for the intricate delicate die cuts. Thanks for your video.

CraftyJo said...

Lovely :)

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue This looks interesting. Will watch the video later.

karenlotty said...

Ditto Margaret This looks interesting and I have the ingredients So I will definitely be having a go

Anonymous said...

Really beautiful...love the powders and will give this technique a try. I think I'll also try the powders with some deco transfer gel, too, that dries shimmery and clear. I found some black foam tape and foam squares that I like to use on projects using black cardstock. I used to take a marker and color the edges of the foam tape that can be seen from the sides, but that wasn't fun to do.

Great video....thanks so much.

Jan D., FL, USA


Just lovely. I must get some more Pixie colours!!!! Thanks Sue x

Scottydog said...

Hi Sue

Loving the effect of the paste & pixie powders combined, will certainly be giving this a go. I like the effect of the black but I know many people don't like too much black on cards. Thank you for the inspiration.

Kate's Cards said...

What a lovely effect! xx

Rosemary Stickland said...

Love the wrought iron effect you get from cutting
the striplet in black cardstock.
Rosemary xx

Sue MacFall said...

What a great effect with the pixie powders and texture paste. The colours are perfect too.Thank you Sue.

Suzzette Yandle said...

Gorgeous card design. Yes, I will try this technique of the clear texture paste and those lovely pixie powders. I picked up something today that I have not seen you use on your cards before now. You may have used this product before and I missed it. You used some mounting foam core. I am familar with foam core but not mounting foam core with a sticky side to it. I think using this mounting foam core is brilliant to give a greater depth to one's card design. Thanks for the great video.

Tressa said...

I love the combination of clear texture paste and pixie powders and you have used this to good effect on this lovely card.


Vie Carter said...

Love the design, but a little too dark for me


Ann said...

Hi Sue

Gorgeous card

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
this is yet another fabulous card. Your pixie powdered backgrounds always look gorgeous. Mine are a bit hit and miss but it doesn't put me off..........
The video is a godsend, just in case we forget..............
Thank you for all your hard work.
Hugs, Rose

scrAPpamondo said...

Amazing card with a fab technique!!

Pawprintx4 said...

I always love the backgrounds you create. I saw this card on You Tube and it is one of my favorites.
I enjoy watching Hochanda and wish they would let me order from them! I went back and watched Julia. Beautiful cards!
Stephanie K

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Love the look. Not to if I'd like the pixie powders a bit lighter though.

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. I have just watched the recording on how the card was made and I was wondering how you managed to get the pixie powders into such a regular pattern behind the die. It has all become clear now and this is definitely one for me to try. Thanks for the inspiration.


Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
First Of All Sue, Can I Say What An "Tremendous Ambassador" Julia Was Showcasing Your
Stupendous Cutting Dies Etc, She Showed Us Different Techniques Which Is Always Such A Pleasure To
Well It's Been A Busy Day Today Out All Day I Met My Friend For Lunch, (But Dinner Always Goes Cold)
Too Much Talking Lol!!!!!!! We Don't See Each Other Very Often So Lots To Talk About.
Today's Card Also The Superb Video Tutorial Is Just Exceptional I Love The Use Of "Pixie Powders"
Also Your Exquisite "Cutting Dies"
Products Used In Today's Card:-
"Creative Expression Clear Texture Paste"
"Creative Expression Open Mask (Very Beautiful)
"Creative Expression Mounting Foam"
"Creative Expression Coconut White/Black Foundation Card"
"Creative Expression Cosmic Shimmer Pixie Powders Aqua Lagoon, Candy Pink, Midnight Blue" (Tremendous Products)
"Creative Expression Amazing Sentiments Clear Stamps"
Star's In Today's Card:-
"Sue Wilson Mirrored Mini Striplet"
"Sue Wilson Mini Frames From The Indonesian Collection"
"Sue Wilson Double Pierced Rectangles Set A/B"
Sue You showed Us How To Use Our "Texture Paste" With The Remarkable "Pixie Powders" Giving A Truly Superb
Background, As Light Or As Dark As You Wish The Video Tutorial Was So Informative Lots Of Tips/Techniques
Thank You So Very Much For Sharing, I Appreciate Everything You Do.
I'm So Looking Forward To The New Christmas Collection Not Because Of The Dies But The Chance To See All Your
Truly Tremendous Cards & The Projects Its An Amazing Collection Also It Will Work So Extremely Well With The Previous
Two Years Collections........
Sue, Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗
From Sam xxx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Beautiful Card. I love the idea of all the possibilities using other colours. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Thank you for a great video, always learn from watching you, love playing with pixie powders as every piece turns out different. I only have the sparkly silver texture paste wonder how that would work! Amazing card. Loved the card on Julia's blog today which she demonstrated last night, will have to watch her other shows on catch up as it has been a busy day
Pam I'm sure Granda would have been proud of your wee men sending you all hugs xxx and echoing your lovely comments
Elaine ouch your poor knee, rest up and I hope Andrew enjoys his Fathers Day surprise

Sending love and hugs to everyone

Ann said...

Good Afternoon Sue. What an amazing tutorial. I havnt tried out the masks yet but now I feel inspired to have a go. Only just started to use the pixie powders so this could be a double whammy for me. Kind regards Ann Toppcards

Patricia said...

Hello Sue,
Todays stunning card and Video are brilliant, love, love, love everything.
Pam sending you a few of these (((((hugs))))).
Your Grandsons did well but will need lots of TLC in the days and weeks to come.
Thinking of you and your family at this time.
Have a good evening everyone
Patricia xxx

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

The card is gorgeous.The result of pixie powders is amazing each and every time you use it. Will watch the video later.Thanks for sharing.

Pam – Granddad would be proud of your little men. It will take time to heal. Thinking about you and your family.The Kid is doing fine, thanks for asking.
Elaine – Poor you. Lots of rest now. Sending you all my daily special hugs.

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

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, Fab card today!!! Off to watch video I know I'm late!!! Sorry!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Janet Wilson said...

Gorgeous card, love the 2 backgrounds together, must try this idea soon.

Princess Pixie! said...

Hi Sue
Will watch the video a bit later - need to know how you achieved this stunning look x
Julia has done you proud on Hochanda. I have watched her shows today and really enjoyed seeing her work her magic with your amazing dies x
Thank you everyone for your love and good wishes - still not up to my usual dazzling self - mum and dad are still here and it has been lovely. They go back to Geordie land tomorrow.
I am plodding along at a very slow pace and you will know when I am back on top when the length of my comments reaches it's usual essay like length x
Have not spoken to Laine whilst my mum and dad have been here so cannot update you on how she is at the moment x
Sending big hugs and lots of love to everyone specially my besties. Thinking of all going through tough times x
Take care
Crafty hugs
Yvonne x

rosemary powell said...

Hi Sue and everyone. A great card clever use of striplets and mask to make a stunning card. Pam you must be so proud of your grandchildren, love and hugs to you all. Elaine, I hope Andrew picks up and enjoys his surprise, you must let us know what it was, love and hugs to you all also to Crewe Trish.
Was it Diane who trapped her fingers? So sorry I am new can't remember you all at mo. Well who ever trapped their fingers I hope they are less painful.
Love and hugs to you all and thank you all for accepting me onto this blog. Is there a Facebook page you are all on ? Xxxxxxxxxxx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card (if a little dark for me) and my first thought was of a new stained glass technique. Like the way you created the background with both texture paste and pixie powders to add dimension and although I don't have either, I think I can use your idea of a raised acetate/diecut panel over a piece of perhaps alcohol coloured card to achieve a similar effect. Thank you.

Pam - glad that the twins got through yesterday and I am not surprised that they were quiet, there is a lot to take in the first time. Hugs for you all.


Princess Pixie! said...

P.S. Sue - your festive launch must be any day now. Can't wait x

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's beautiful Sue
Gr Karin

liz spooner said...

Gorgeous card love the colours.xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
This looks fabulous
Beverley W

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
wonderful technique today, thank you.
I'm all behind (stop it Myra) and late today.
Pam, hope you are well and glad that the twins got through yesterday. They will have each other for support and comfort and will reach out when they need more. Are you back to work tomorrow?
Elaine, sorry to read about the knee, you are determined to master more tricks than me on the old wheelie, aren't you? I hope Andrew recovers in time for his Father's Day surprise.
'P' don't blow up our poor Elaine!!!
Yvonne, how lovely to see you but may I just say that your post is quite long enough ha ha. Safe journey back to God's county for mam and dad.
Diane, that 4 litre wine box is far too heavy, put it down ha ha.
I have received my comment winner's prize already but don't want to say what it is until the other two have received theirs as I don't want to spoil the surprise in case they get the same. I am delighted.
Love to all.
Maureen xxx

Dawn Holben said...

Sue this is stunning, the background with the texture paste and pixie powders
looks absolutely amazing bihind that die.
I really love this card.
Thank you for another fab demo, how you manage to stay so tidy with the pixie
powders i would love to learn lol

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue fabulous card love the technique with the texture paste and the pixie powders
I Have managed to watch some of Julia's shows she has been doing some fab demos with your lovely dies I'll have to watch the shows I've missed on catch up
Pam glad your Grandsons got through yesterday alright you must be so proud of them
Oh No Elaine poor you!
I hope you have managed to get plenty of rest today and your knee will improve soon
Diane how are those fingers feeling I hope they are improving
sending good wishes to all

Annie Stamps said...

Love this technique Sue. The pixie powders are luscious.
Enjoyed watching Julia showing just how versatile your dies are.

Annie P

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,

Beautiful card Sue, love this technique.
Thank you again, you are such an inspiration.
Love Brenda xxx

Theresa Pace said...

fab. looks like a wrought iron window. that background is so clever, hugs xx

Laura O' Connor said...

wow ,love the black over the lovely bright background colours ,Fab card ,Laura O

Saba said...

Hello Sue
I love this card and I really enjoyed watching the video. So much so I got out my pixies and some clear embossing paste and spent a happy hour playing " let's copy Sue". I think I need more practice lol, most of mine went in the bin! I also enjoyed watching Julia today and have finally succumbed to a few of the Indonesian collection and the Lily of The Valley sneaked into my basket too. Resistance was futile once I'd seen all the lovely samples she showed. So now, I'm broke, and have pixie stained fingers into the bargain.

Pam, Dave Bradford said he had lost a bit of weight that's probably why he looked so tall. Glad the boys coped well on such a difficult day for them.
Crewe Trish, it's a difficult decision as to whether really young children should attend or not. When I lost my beautiful sister last year two of her little ones were six and eight and they chose to go and in some ways they coped better than her older grandchildren who understood more. I'm sure you make the right decision. Big hugs.
Oh Elaine, as if you haven't got enough to cope with hope you get a more comfortable sleep tonight and hope Andrew is well enough for his surprise trip away.
P- that is really not nice of you trying to blow Donita up! Say you're sorry!
Yvonne it's lovely to see you back, hope you are soon up to full steam ahead. Please tell Laine we miss her too when you speak to her. Maureen, how many times do I have to tell you? It's Yorkshire which is Gods own county, it's official, and we even have hymn to prove it.
Love and hugs for all
Saba xxx

Jan Sayer said...

This is lovely. Love pixie powders and learning new ways to use them.

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card. I will be watching the video tomorrow it will be my treat. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I love today's card and watched the video with interest! It looks lots of fun and is very effective! I think I may wear gloves! ! Lightweight surgical type ones not my best leather ones!! Saba was going to clean her hands with bleach !! You made no mess at all! Maybe there is a happy medium! ? Your frames are fantastic now that I have both sets it's even better. I have the square ones though.
I have lashed out and bought two of the Indonesian Dies! -Sumatra and Java! Julia did a great job!
Pam - I'm glad the boys coped well yesterday. You must all have been very proud of them.
Elaine - were you a child bride? I knew you were young - but - 28 !! However that's no reason to blow you up!
Maureen says she is all behind but I wouldn't stick a pin in her !! Well not tonight anyway!
Yvonne - good to see you! I'm glad you are feeling a bit better!
Well, I'd better get ready for bed as I'm rather tired which is unlike me at this time of night!
Night Night Everyone,
Love Myra xxx

Littlelamb said...

Lovely card Sue. Will watch the video tomorrow now as getting quite late and I am very tired.

Latenight Sandy H said...

Lovely design, though a bit dark for me. Another technique for the 'must try this'
Take care everyone.

SueJ said...

Lovely card Sue, great effect.

Marie said...

I do so love all of your cards Sue and hope to buy some of your dies when my Daughter comes to take me out shopping. I don't have a TV as I am not only low vision but also low hearing and trying to make sense of TV nearly drove me crazy. I do often go to U tube and always watch your videos on my PC with the magnifier on. Thank you so much for being part of my day!

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, Great card, I often use Pixie Powders in the Texture Paste and I always get a fabulous background. Love both products.

barbara macaskill said...

Spectacular, magnificent and breathtaking! TFS!