Monday, 24 July 2017

Celebrate Your Special Day

Hi bloggers!  Back to a Fire and Ice card (just can't stay away to long, now can I!) LOL   I cut four of the Indonesian Borders out of black card.  I covered four strips of black card with sticky adhesive sheets and cut out just the outline of the border.  I peeled off the backing paper and lined them up with the decorative borders and attached them, then gilded the remaining exposed adhesive with Gemstones Gilding Flakes.  I repeated the process with the corners from the same set.  I cut a square of black card and glued the borders all the way around the edge, cutting off the excess.  I glued the corners on top and added pearls.  For the focal element, I coated the Island Blooms stamp with Flake and Glitter glue and stamped it onto black card.  I allowed it to turn clear, then gilded it with the same flakes.  I used a Rubit Scrubit pad to refine and remove the excess flake.  I seated it on a backing cut out of white card from the Sumatra die set.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it out with the inner die, added a gold edge to it with a paint pen and attached it to the centre of the card.    White and black mats were used to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are 7 1/4" x  7 1/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Good morning Sue, love this beautiful card.
It is blowing a Hoolie (gale) here, has been very windy and rainy since last evening, where has our summer gone.
Rosemary, good luck for today, we are all with you, hope all goes well for you.
Sharon, so glad you are recovering well. The wound should heal well now that the stitches are out.
Maureen, still smiling about your wonderful offer, you are a gem but I won't be going to Longbenton, 2021, I think I will be long retired by then but thank you , poor George, could he cope with 2 crafters in the house.
Elaine, hope Andrewhad a brilliant time and has not tired himself too much.
Nikki, sounds lovely to regularly see such beautiful sunsets over Lake Eyrie, lucky you.
Crewe Trish, thank your granddaughter, she made me feel better.
Fluffycat, why should you feel guilty, just enjoy your prize .
Carmen, your English us fine, I forget that it is not your first language. Donita us right, you tell the story and make me feel as if I am there, a rare talent.
Have a good day everyone, keep warm, dry and safe. Hugs to all especially our missing and poorly friends. Norah, Laine, Yvonne, hope all if you are okay and getting better.

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely, I bet this looks fab in the flesh.

BridgetCG said...

Morning Sue, a very opulent looking card, love it, especially the black background with the die cuts. Have a good day all. Bx

Theresa Pace said...

lush and opulent. eeeeehm Sue, you forgot all about covering the die cut again with double sided adhesive and adding diamond sprinkles, lol! hugs Theresa xx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Good morning.Love this card it's gorgeous.
Jan x

hollyberry said...

Gorgeous card,love the fire and ice background.

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. Oh my giddy aunt. What a fabulous sample, who wouldn't be amazed at its sheer beauty and intense sparkle as they opened this card, this shows just what can be done with the fantastic range of dies you design. Should this beauty ever be up for the Wednesday Giveaway then may I suggest that the strongest ever sunglasses are ready for use cuz this real blingarama at its best ☺
Sending you a day of happiness and sunshine Sue along with love n hugs xxx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a beautiful card.
Take care all and have fun Kitty.

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a beautiful card, very rich and opulent. I do love the Fire & Ice technique but then again I do like trying new things. The weather here is horrible the rain has been lashing down since yesterday afternoon and its still raining but now the wind is getting up. So much for it been summer time. Take care everyone if you have to go out in it.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Jan.moogie said...

Fire and ice WOW gorgeous and oh so opulent right up there with my kinetic favourites Sue, thanks for sharing. Have a great day, hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Karen Drew said...

Stunning!! Gilding flakes always make a card look rich
Karen xx

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Sue
What a dramatic card. I love the gilding flakes
Pat x

Denise Bryant said...

Love all that sparkle!

Princess Pixie! said...

Morning Sue
Oh my - what a fabulously rich and opulent looking card. It is amazing. The fire and ice technique always takes my breath away - it is so wonderful x
Sorry for not commenting last 3 days. The cards are all amazing. Particularly like yesterdays card - beautiful interpretation of said beach towel - very impressive. Even more impressive - you at the gym - how did you squeeze that into your schedule? x
It was my birthday on Friday and to cut a long story short I have been spoilt rotten and wined and dined non stop since Friday morning and all weekend. I got in yesterday tea time after a long lazy lunch at a friends and went straight to bed as I was worn out x
Do not be too unnerved by the early comment today - I woke at about 4 and have just come back to bed with a coffee - this will not be a regular occurrence x
No more breakfast lunch or dinner dates planned so I am planning to comment daily x
Apologies for not being up to date with everyone - my aim for this week is to rectify this x
Happy thoughts and lots of love to everyone specially my blog besties x
Take care
Crafty hugs
Yvonne x

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, wow this is lovely I bet it is even more glittery in real life too.

Pam I reiterate all you have said. Princess Pixie, happy belated birthday, sounds like you needed that early night after all the celebrations.

Well it is very wet here in Kent today, expecting a parcel so will not be venturing far today.

I keep meaning to say Sue that at the end of these comments I have a little box to tick 'I'm not a robot' it is from reCAPTCHA I am assuming that this also counts for the number of recorded comments, would love to see you up in the top spot where you belong.

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

Debra K. said...

Fabulous! Glittery and sparkly, my favourite :). Debra x

TDQ Karen said...

Beautiful effect, fantastic card xx

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card xx hazel

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,
An absolute beauty, love, love, love it.
Pam as always, I echo your great summary.
Have a great day everyone
Patricia xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Due, Girgeous card this morning. Love the fire and Ice technique.

Barbara V

sharon casey said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes,
Wow what a gorgeous card love the fire and ice it looks stunning every time.

Woken up to a dull wet morning here lets hope it brightens up soon.

I reiterate all Pam has said and send love and healing hugs to all that need them.

Have a good day all
Love Sharon

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, you can't beat fire and ice!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
I love your 'Fire and Ice' technique! It makes for such an eye-catching and opulent design, stunning. X

Lyn Cleasby said...

Wow, really love this, Sue. Fire and Ice is such a great look. Thanks for sharing.

PharmacyMichele said...

Wow-gorgeous card, very striking.


Betty McAlister said...

Morning Sue. Beautiful sparkly card to brighten this miserable morning. Never tried this but always sounds amazing!!! Xx

Jan Sayer said...

Stunning card Sue.

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
A very beautiful card ,love the fire and ice
I woke up to sunshine ,but now it is very dull so i expect you have all sent your dull and rain my way ,? shame on you .xx

PP happy belated birthday for Friday , so pleased you were spoilt .

Rosemary my thoughts are with you today ,stay positive .xxx

Well Andrew and his uncle had an horrendous day from start to finish, it took them 5 and a half hours to get to Cardiff with the traffic and a detour so they missed their turning, then they could not find a parking space , so thought they would be ok parking on waste ground bearing in mind they would have to walk about a mile , managed to get to the venue just 5 mins before the start .then on going back to the car they had a parking ticket fine, called in two pubs hoping to get a meal on the way home with no luck as they had stopped serving so they gave up ,and it took them 4 hours to get home it was then, 1 30 in the morning . oh and their team lost . What !!!

I will echo Pam again today
Big hugs to all.
Elaine H X

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all

Love the Fire and Ice - lust beautiful with the lovely dies too.

Getting quite cold here now at 4.30 pm but the weather has been beautiful the last few days, about 20 deg C in the day but very crisp cold nights. Hard to believe it is the middle of winter. One week and we will be taking off for your northern summer in New York, looking forward to longer days.

Thank you Pam as usual for your comments for us all,

Muriel x

Chris Curry said...

A gorgeous, striking card Sue. I love your fire and ice method. Thank you, have a good day. Xx

Muriel Kelly said...

Oops, that is just beautiful not lust oops lol !!!

Muriel x

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
A very opulent card today & one I am sure with be even more stunning in real life. Yvonne xx

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. What a blaze of glory this one is. Like another sunset card. It's brilliant. Thank you for sharing this with us all. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love it. The focal element looks very bling.

val jones said...

Very pretty card Sue.
Love the fire and ice method.
Love Val in Spain xxx

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card, stunning.
B xx

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Another stunning card I love the fire and ice technique it always looks amazing!
Hugs x
Heather T

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. A very striking card, love the fire and ice technique.
Princess Pixie, belated birthday wishes, glad to hear you were spoilt. I'll echo Pam's comments again today. Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all . stunning card morning. I always enjoy seeing your cards when you have used gilding flakes. crafty hugs all round. Wendy

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue
A lovely card love the background .
CatherineV94 xx

stitchingranny said...

lovely card and so opulent looking.

Hugs Helen x

Anne said...

Beautiful, Sue.
Must go - I have a week of lacemaking ahead.

Anne (Northampton)

karenlotty said...

Very opulent I must have another go at stamping and using gilding flakes

hettygarlick said...

Very opulent! x

Jane said...

Simply stunning, love Jane the Craft Bucket x

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue, can't get enough Fire and ice - love it. Stunning card thank you for all your inspiration xx

gwen70 said...

Stunning card Sue

Marion Scott said...

Stunning card Sue. Love fire and ice
Marion S x

Beryl Treble said...

Beautiful card. Love the techniques.

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Beautiful card . love Jean Z xxx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, a real stunner of a card today. Fire and ice never fails to please, it just looks so opulent .

Love Rosemarie X X

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue
A very rich card it!
Thinking of you today Rosemary!
Love Marg

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Wow!...this is a stunner!...always love your blingy cards and this one is a beaut - you forgot to mention which glitter you used for the topper but the close-ups show what looks like tiny discs so I'm assuming it was Iced Snow and that's my favourite way of adding sparkle too...

Betty McAlister - never tried Fire & Ice?....girl, you don't know what you're

Elaine - had to smile re Andrew's disappointing Cardiff trip - which gutted them most?...the parking ticket, no dinner or their team losing?...


Scottydog said...

Good morning Sue, just love the fire & ice technique, it always produces such an opulent effect & this is no exception. My two favourite mediums. Thank you Sue.

Tressa said...

Great card. You really can't go wrong with the fire and ice technique, especially using gemstones which is one of my three favourite gilding flakes.


Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
WOW! Fabulous, gorgeous, opulent, beautiful and elegant (I'd better stop here) card. I just adore it. You know me, sucker for fire and ice and black. You've made my week start with a bang , thank you Sue.
Hugs, Rose

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue,

Your card is glorious! Blaze of glory, like Ann Toppcards said. Your shot of the bottom left corner really shows the glow of the gilding flakes. I have to say that when you do fire and ice, I always like the fire part better. Maybe if gilding flakes came in ice blue colors. And silver instead of gold. What is the silver version of gilding?

All the best to you, Rosemary, at your appointment. Let love surround you.

Carmen, I do remember you saying that English is not your first language. But when you told the story of the Kid's farewell lunch, I was right there, and when I finished reading, I found myself wishing for more. So I wasn't joking. In fact I had to eat a little humble pie because I'd like to write that well in my only language.

Nice to see you back, Yvonne! Happy Belated !!!

And Sue, congratulations on reaching 5,000 followers! Wow!


Rosemary Stickland said...

Stunning card, ideal for a special occasion!
Rosemary xx

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a glorious card today, the fire and ice technique always looks so special. You really are spoiling us. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today xxx
Elaine oh no what a trip, hopefully they will look back and laugh xxx
PP happy belated birthday for Friday, glad you've been spoilt rotten xxxx

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A very dramatic card, love the fire and ice.

Crafty Cruiser said...

I love the dies used and structure of this card but for my personal taste, I would prefer to see lighter colours. I'm not a dark colours person! Possibly, if I saw it "in the flesh" I would change my mind.
Doreen R

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, a beautiful card. Really like the Fire and Ice Technique you always get an eye catching card with this technique

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
What a lovely start to the week your fire and ice have not tried this yet and I don't know if I am up to the task
Rosemary I will be thinking of you today and pray for a positive ou to me for you sweetheart
PP Belated Birthday wishes sounds like you had a brill few days
Hugs to all that need one
Take care and have a wonderful day
TheresaG xx

Kate's Cards said...



Lovely. Even with the glitter, it's a good male card. Thanx Sue x

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Really opulent card very striking

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

SueJ said...

This is lovely Sue, very dynamic.

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a gorgeous card. Very elegant and opulent looking. Dramatic and sparkling.

ursula said...

Gosh I do love the 'fire and ice' technique, always looks so attractive and this card has turned out a beauty....thank you Sue...luv Ursula xx

June Horrocks said...

Beautiful fire and ice love this card you have created sue love the dies
Thank you
Love always June horrocks xxxxxx

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Well, you know me, I always love a bit of sparkle, so you can't go too far wrong with the fire and ice technique for me. Love the dies you have used on this one.


BenteS said...

Beautiful, love the sparkling background!

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Stunning, stunning card, love everything about it.
Di B. x

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Stunning card, l love the fire and ice technique and while I don't have the borders and corners I do have the Indonesian background so could make something similar
Pam echoing you again today
PP belated birthday wishes, glad you've been wined and dined
Rosemary thinking of you today

Love and hugs everyone

Jaye said...

Morning Sue. Wow, this is just stunning and I bet it looks even better in 'real life'. Love everything about this card.

Owlish said...

Another stunning card like everything about it

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I'm sorry my remarks have been a bit cursory but the dreaded Migraine struck again! Feel sooo much better today!
Before I forget - ladies if you press the button at the top of Sue's Blog which has her number on it it will take you to the blog list! It's not exactly a level playing field but that isn't anyone's fault! Number 1 is usually Hobbycraft! If you look at the number of hits they have per day - it's an awful lot but Hobbycraft covers an awful lot of crafts! No matter how hard we try we won't beat that - however that doesn't mean Sue isn't our No 1. I've been meaning to do this for ages . Apologies to those who already know this!!
Today's card is gorgeous! Have I missed some new " glitter flakes?" I'm also interested to see the new CE Masking Fluid in action! It has me intrigued!
PP - belated birthday wishes! It's lovely to see you!
Rosemary - thinking of you today and praying all will be well.
I'm sorry I'm not up to date yet! Will try harder today!
Love to all, Myra ( Friend of Maureen!) xxx

Vie Carter said...

Just really beautiful


rosemary powell said...

Hi Sue and everyone. I love fire and ice. I think I would use another colour other than black, but an amazing card never the less.
Elaine sorry that Andrews trip to Cardiff didn't go as planned. Hope it didn't tire him too much.Love and hugs to you all
Love and hugs to Pam, Donita and Crewe Trish as usual.
Thank you to all of you for your support for my hospital appointment today.
After seeing the consultant and having a scan,I am relieved to say my cancer has not returned.
I feel very lucky.
The weather here in Wales is glorious today will send it to those of you who have rain!
Love and hugs to you all. Xxxxxxxxxxx

Am said...

Woohoo Rosemary, best ever outcome, I'm so pleased to say. You must feel absolutely elated. Hugs all round.

Suzzette Yandle said...

Your Fire & Ice is a lovely technique. The Gemstones Gilding Flakes are a beautiful color range. Reminds me of fall. Or I am I wishing for cooler temperatures! It is so hot here now.

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Lovely Card, very rich looking. I am also a fan of fire and ice, this is a gorgeous background and the black card works very well. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Sue MacFall said...

I'm with you, Sue. Love fire and ice and this is a great card.

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I lovely rich looking card today this is a great technique.
Rosemary I have held off commenting today hoping that you would let us know about your results and they couldn't be better I am so happy for you.Elaine I hope Andrew has recovered from his eventful trip.P P belated birthday wishes.Carmen and Donita I always enjoy reading your comments.

nattyboots said...

Rosemary, Yipeee i am so so pleased for your good news , you must be so relieved .xxxx
Lots of hugs .

Izzy i think all three were a disappointment not to mention the £50 for the ticket in the first place .

Well i have finally decided to give up my craft making, i am finding i have not got much time with one thing and another and i seem to be doing less and less , not to mention that every time i use my calibur i am finding it more and more difficult to turn the handle and i seem to always have a painful neck for a few days afterwards , my problem now is getting rid of all my stash ,it is much to good to throw away as i have card , papers, dies , ribbons,scrap booking items , flowers ,stamps all the usual stash we all have and i can not upload pics for e/bay off this old lap top . so have you any ideas Ladies ?
Oh i must add i will most certainly log on every day to see Sues beautiful creations and pin them to my Pinterest board .xx

Take care all
Elaine H X

lritchie said...

Hi sue, stunning card today, just lovely.

Lori from Canada

Lynda's craft's said...

Hi Sue
A very elegant and stunning card
Love & Hug's Lynda Brock xx

P Austen said...

Hi Sue. a gorgeous card to cheer us up. I love your fire and ice cards and this is no exception. Struggling today with shortening curtains and feel like giving up and throwing them out of the window instead of dressing them, but seeing your card has had a calming effect on me and has reminded me that you never give up So why should I. So, thankyou. Hugs xx P Austen

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, sorry I am a little late today but we have our second summer's day this month and decided to go out for a run in the car, avoiding as many tourists on the roads as possible. Today's card is stunning and I think the really light central piece helps lift it away from the black surround. The Gemstones Gilding Flakes are lovely.

PP - Happy belated Birthday greetings, you certainly know how to celebrate!
Rosemary - so happy for you that your news was good.
Elaine - no more crafting? Why not just take a break like 'P' in Wales and start again later in the year. Maybe you could save up for an electric machine in the meantime to save your poor neck. Good Luck with whatever you choose to do.


Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Beautiful and stunning effect....

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue Gorgeous fire & ice card those gilding flakes are fabulous the colours in them are wonderful
Rosemary so delighted to read your news brilliant result you must be so relieved
Elaine sorry Andrews trip was such a disaster what a shame!Sorry to hear you will be giving up crafting maybe you need an extended break you have been through such a traumatic time it's no wonder you don't have time to craft
Pp belated happy birthday sounds like you had a wonderful time
Sending good wishes to all

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue!
Gorgeous card today using the very pretty Indonesian Border which is a favourite of mine!
The card must look really great in real life and I love the fire and ice technique which I first saw demonstrated by John Lockwood at a local Craft Day.
Lesley S x

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card I just love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Karen M said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card goes with our gorgeous sunny day (not for much longer looking at the weather forecast!!!)
Love the fire & ice,
So glad for you Rosemary P lovely news
Best wishes everyone
Karen M

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Absolutely beautiful.
Rosemary - fantastic news! X
Love and hugs to all, Alison xxx

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, Gorgeous !! I'm loving the 'bling'.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

barbara macaskill said...

I have missed you so much the last few days! I was in the local hospital's ICU for the last few days with pneumonia and heart issues. Nobody thought that I would leave the hospital any way except on a gurney with a toe tag! Feeling blessed to be in my own bed today!
This is a gorgeous card and it has put a huge smile on my face! Thank you for brightening my first day home!

Dawn Holben said...

Sue this is an elegant and stunning card, i love the gilding flakes
with the black card.

liz spooner said...

This is beautiful Sue.xx

Liz said...

Gorgeous card, so elegant. xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hi Sue,
What a beautiful card, love the BLING. I have to say it has been done in a very tasteful way. Hugs Brenda xxx

Littlelamb said...

Gorgeous card Sue. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. Echoing Pam's comments. Just back from holiday and trying to catch up with everything.

Sharon said...

This card makes me want to give gilding flakes a try! I do enjoy how you demonstrate the versatility of your dies. I've started my collection and they're addicting. *sigh*

June Fletcher said...

Hi Sue

A fabulous card, love every detail

June x

Laura O' Connor said...

love gilding flakes ,great card ,Laura O

CCM said...

Hi Sue,
What a beauty today! Love your fire & ice technique. I would use a different colour than know me, but this card is beautiful. Thanks for reminding us this great technique.

PP - Happy belated b-day! Sounds like you had great time for the last few days. Any news about other princess?
Rosemary – I feel relieved and I am so happy for you! You should celebrate the good news!
Elaine – So sorry for Andrew and his uncle.
Barbara Macaskill – Welcome back (without a toe tag!):) You‘ll recover easier being at home and reading peoples' comments. Take care.
Littlelamb – Welcome back. Hope you had a good time.
Pam, Crewe Trish – Thank you ladies, you are so kind.
Donita – Coming from you,a journalist, it means so much to me. Thank you.

Dear Elaine, I really hoped to read only good news today. So sad to hear that you decided to give up crafting, but I understand your reasons. I cannot imagine this blog without you. Hope you’ll leave a short comment once in a while to let us know how are you, and Andrew, John, Helen, Mary ... Maybe you should still keep your stash for a while, you never know, right? I wish to be there to give you a big hug, promise to be a gentle one :) From the bottom of my heart, I wish you and your family to be healthy and happy. Take care, dear Elaine.

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

Latenight SandyH said...

Beautiful design, Sue. Your Fire and Ice cards are always stunning. Like Carmen I'd probably wouldn't use black though.
Rosemary, so pleased that your news was good.
Princess Pixie, belated birthday greetings.
Elaine, sad to read that you are giving up crafting. Carmen's comment to you sums up my feelings.
Well wishes to Sharon and Barbara,
Take care everyone.

Viki Banaszak said...

I love this card! I didn't even see the way you added the corners until I saw the close ups. I gotta say that since I got your dies I have somehow managed to make much larger cards. LOL

ethansnanna said...

How come I missed this one - it's lovely!!!!

Doreen x

Marie said...

Good morning all. The card today is gorgeous Sue but my first reaction was "I could never do that!" I think I'll put it on the back burner for now.
Elaine I know where you're coming from as when I left Canada nearly 7 years ago I brought so many molds for doll making and all the other things like wigs and eyes and a kiln and a hundred other things. I really thought my sight would improve after all the surgeries but now I know it will not. If you find a way of unloading your stuff without too much pain please do let me know.

CraftyJo said...


Scottydog said...

Just finished writing then my comment disappeared!
A very elegant card which I feel would be quite suitable for a man, or in fact for just about any occasion. I like the colour scheme & as usual the video explains everything so well. Once again thank you Sue.

dorothy cattanach said...

hi Sue,
Sorry not been commenting past few days, but still had to see your lovely cards.
The Stained glass window Heavenly colours with the Pixie powders.
The lovely Handbag card,
Oh the Fire and Ice, always a favourite for me of your cards, and for me to do too. Always elegant and rich looking. Thank you for sharing.
Dorothy xxx

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous Sue
Gr Karin

Eunice said...

Absolutely love the Fire and Ice technique!!! Gorgeous card Sue.

Pawprintx4 said...

These are the cards that blow me away. So gorgeous and glamorous plus there is that "how did she do it?" element. Excellent card.
Stephanie K

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love the way this radiates from the centre

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