Friday, 21 July 2017

Heartfelt Thanks

Hi crafters!  I debated on showing this card as it got a bit damaged in transport.  I tried to flatten it out, but it still has a bit of a wavy look to it, but I don't use green very much and thought it might be a welcome change.  I started by cutting the Pacific Ocean Borders into the sides of a piece of coconut white card.  I backed it in white for a tone on tone look.  For the focal point, I cut the Swirly Vines Background out of green card from my stash.  I backed it in white and cut the centre out to create a frame.  I added mounting foam to raise it.  I cut the Delightful Daisies in white to use in the frame.  I stamped my sentiment on a separate piece of white card and added a very faint blue cloud like background around it.  I attached the daisies inside the frame and added the backing with the sentiment.  White on white mats were used to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are 7 1/2" x  8 1/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x


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128 comments:

Pam said...

Beautiful card Sue, love it. So pretty and feminine,
P, will miss your comments, hope you are back soon but good luck with the tasks you have in front of you. Lovely to hear Yeti is coming round, always knew you would do it. Big hug for you till we hear from you again, will miss you.
Elaine, you have to know what was going through the Policemans mind, poor soul. It's good Andrew can laugh through this. He is a very special man.
Carmen, it is a wonderful opportunity for the Kid, enjoy your lunch, wish him all the best and tell him to keep in touch with you all, or he can join the blog and be one of us . Good luck Kid.
June my mum used to say about the crusts and curly hair, also eat your carrots and see in the dark, I used to say it to my girls too.
No prescription yet, think both the hospital and GP have forgotten, however breathing is good at moment.
2 managers leaving, one today and one tomorrow, they are making him work the Saturday, 14 leaving in Sept to go to DWP, very soon there won't be enough left to maintain the building. My manager is looking for a new job, she can't stand our HO, happy days.
CraftySue, you are wel, out of it. Hope you are settling to your new life, may be joining you sooner rather than later.
Hugs to all, our missing and poorly friends, always in our thoughts.

Jan Jay said...

Morning Sue, loving the daisies, such a pretty card x

Jan.moogie said...

Wow what a pretty card Sue, love it well worth showing it to us. Have a great day, hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Dragonsnap2 said...

Pretty card that definitely deserves its day. I love it.
Thoughts and prayers to all who need them.
Crafty hugs,
D xx

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, this card is lovely, the frame in the darker green shade works perfectly with the white, thank you for sharing it. Have a great day all. Bx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you so much this is a very pretty card.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, this is a lovely card today, nice and fresh looking, I also very rarely use just white and green but you have given me inspiration here.

Pam I reiterate all you have said, will have to look back and see what P has said. It will by like the Marieseleste (sorry can't spell) in your office soon, you will be able to pick and choose where you sit then.

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

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. Thank you for showing this card it's so lovely. It does deserve it's day on the blog. The dark green is very different for you and it is a beautiful card. The Daisy die is a little beauty. Have a great weekend everyone.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. It's very seldom I use green but this is so pretty.
Jan x

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Beautiful card. I'm not usually a fan of green but this has me converted, it's the perfect shade.
P in Wales, enjoy your crafty break but will miss your stories. Elaine, Andrew is an inspiration for how to get on with life and not let this hideous disease define him - same goes for " the Kid" in Canada. Pam, maybe things will get better if all the managers leave! Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Marion Scott said...

Very pretty card Sue, love the daisies.
Marion S x

Theresa Pace said...

sweet card. and the colour combo works, hugs xx

hollyberry said...

Love today's card,very pretty and a little different.

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
I'm glad you decided to show today's card because it's beautiful, I do like green but like you I don't use it that often. I love the pretty little daisy dies.
Hugs x
Heather T

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue a very pretty card xx

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue a very pretty card xx

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
What a lovely card today & the green really suits perfectly. Yvonne xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Lovely pretty card today. The colours are lovely and fresh.

Barbara V

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card Sue.

Karen Drew said...

Really pretty card.
Luv
Karen xx

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card love the green x xhazel

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
I think is really lovely. The green gives it a fresh feel.. The card has a clean and simple look ( not that I'm implying that it is simple!) which appeals to me and it is so pretty.
Pam, at the rate people are leaving, there will be nobody left! Surely that must be setting alarm bells off to the management ? Glad to hear that your breathing is good at the moment but sorry that they haven't sorted your medication out yet.
Love and hugs to all, Alison xx

Maria Illsley said...

A really lovely card I do like green and I don't think it's used enough xxx

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Great card. Love the green.

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
Thank you for sharing this card with us as, despite the damage, it's beautiful and has a lovely filigree look.x

TDQ Karen said...

The green is lovely it gives the card a really fresh look, so pleased we could see it xx

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue,
Such a pretty card im glad you showed it to us and i like the green.
Catherine V94 xx

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all.. Such a beautiful card this morning . I am glad you have show the card . The colours work so well . I have the Delightful Daisies and have to admit I have not made a card with them but after seeing your card this morning makes me want to use them. crafty hugs ... Wendy

Denise Bryant said...

Love this one! The daisies are a favorite!

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Great card. I love the flowers flowing over the frame. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, my favourite favourite colour green!!! I love it!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Diane King said...

Lovely card x

PharmacyMichele said...

Lovely card today, definitely one worth sharing.

Michele

Netty The Runner said...

Glad you did show it Sue, it's lovely.
Annette x

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. A little later than my norm - sadly packing up to leave this gorgeous area in Northumberland a place we'd strongly recommend for a peaceful staycation with amazing beautiful beaches that equal those hundreds of miles away.
Anyway this should be all about your sample not me. Damaged or not it so deserves its day on the blog, most of us are damaged in some shape or form and we show up daily so what does it matter that this beauty has the odd wobble its still really pretty. The green brings out the design of the frame so nicely and surrounds the sweet flowers so we'll, so a good choice, damage and all. Must go, so much dog hair to vacuum up !!!
Sending love n hugs from Rock (Nothumberland) xxx

Chris Curry said...

A lovely, fresh looking card Sue, even with the waves. Thank you, have a good day. Xx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, A lovely card today, so glad you decided to post it. Very fresh looking. I don't use green very often but this shade is lovely. I hope e eryone has a peaceful weekend.

Love Rosemarie X X

Lyn Cleasby said...

Great card, Sue. Love the way you have framed it. Glad you shared it even if it is a bit wavy.

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A delightful card, so glad you decided to show it.
B xx

Debra K. said...

What a wonderful card! A lovely simple design which is so effective. Debra x

Jan Sayer said...

Very effective. I do like the swirling vines die.
Jan
Northampton

Krafty Runner x said...

Hi Sue,

It's gorgeous, even with a few wavy bits and the green really accentuates the frame.

Krafty Runner x

val jones said...

Ah, this is so pretty Sue. Love the green.
Love Val in Spain xxx

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. Gorgeous card today. This is what I call "a me card" It's lacey and green. Green being my favourite colour. I love it. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds

Doreen said...

Beautiful,love how you framed the flowers.xxx

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
So glad you decided to show this card Sue. Yes it is different in the green but lovely and the frame is one of my favourites. So handy for quick cards. The whole card is just beautiful
Hugs
Muriel x

P Austen said...

Morning Sue, a lovely fresh looking card this morning. I love your border design and as for the daisies, they are delightful. Hugs xx P Austen

hettygarlick said...

Glad you showed it Sue - it's lovely. I don't use green very much either, but that is a lovely shade. x

BenteS said...

Beautiful, love the pretty daisies within the frame!
Nice green colour too :))

Clare Powell said...

Beautiful card, love the green against the white x

ethansnanna said...



When I first saw it, I thought, Sue doesn't
use green very much, and there is the description,
you say that it is not a favourite!! Well, it is
perfect for this card; lovely!!


Doreen x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - this is such a clean and fresh looking card and I love all the swirls you have created. Glad you showed it to us. Sending best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Jennie - The Crafty Wife said...

Nice!!

Patricia said...

Good morning Sue,,
I just LOVE today's card, right up my street.
Sorry, I have been missing, busy, busy, busy here.
Like lots of people I often do wonder how I ever had time to work!!
Pam, as always I echo your great summary.
Have a great day
Patricia xxx

stitchingranny said...

Love it, simple but pretty and a certain elegance too.

Hugs
Helen xx

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue
A beautiful card, and I do like the Swirly Vines Background in Green. makes such a statement against the White...lovely.... Sue.
Love Marg

Anne said...

Lovely card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
It may be a bit wavy but it's still gorgeous, love it.
Lydia
x

Annie Stamps said...

This is beautiful Sue. I love the swirly frame and use it often when I make cards. It's good for males too when I use a dark cardstock.

Annie P
xxx

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Lovely card this morning I quite like the use of the green card it works well
Pam I will echo all your comments but I have to admit I need to go back and read some of the comments made yesterday
I am sorry that your workplace is getting no better for you I won't be surprised if I read that you are finishing soon too
Have a wonderful day everyone
Hugs to those that need one
Theresa G xx

Karen M said...

Morning Sue
A lovely fresh looking card,the green on white go well together,
Thank you for showing this one wobble and all,it's lovely.
Best wishes to P in Wales & Pam
Best wishes everyone
Karen M

karenlotty said...

Very pretty and looks beautiful in green It's a colour I don't use very often too But I am red/green colourblind I'm fine with flowers but I'm not a huge lover of mixing pink and greens for matting and layering and so steer clear of green

Beryl Treble said...

Lovely card Sue

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Absolutely love this card - I was so happy when the picture popped up on my screen and I saw the Swirly Vines frame cut in green rather than your go-to blue!!..lol...it's my favourite colour too and I see from the comments left so far that lots of us love green so maybe we can see it used more often...?

P in Wales - come back soon, we'll miss you...but I'm sure that by the time you do return Yeti will be a totally civilized feline...

Izzy

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Another beautiful card that is stunning in its simplicity and that lets the dies do the talking - gorgeous..

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a pretty card today, it's lovely to see the green being used as it's such a classic colour. I don't know how you do it , flying back and forth with a suitcase full of craft items, cards and just a few clothes. The card doesn't look damaged in the photo even though you've told us it is. I do like how the daisies have made a focal element in the frame, it's such a pretty die and deserves to have its time on the blog. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today. Blimey at this rate you will be promoted to management and will be in charge of the place!! Have a lovely weekend xxx
Elaine oh my goodness what a fright the policeman got! Good for Andrew getting out and having fun xxx
P we will miss you xxx

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and Those Who Practice Sueness,

This card really takes the cake! Count me in with those who love green. It's cool how you often do foliage in white and it still reads as foliage, and here you do a swirly frame in green and it also reads as foliage. I like how the daisies come at you right out of the frame, and that it's so easy to color the sky behind them.

A little light has gone out of my life since P in Wales said she was leaving. I'll miss her stories, especially about the taming of Yeti. I hope it's only a short while before she feels the pull of the blog again and has to know what creations are posing on the runway and how everybody's lives are going.

Love and hugs to Rosemary.

Have a safe weekend everyone.

Love,
Donita

Cards2Di4 said...

Morning Sue. This is a lovely card, damaged or not. I don't think I've ever used green on a card. Maybe I should give it a go!! Take care. Diane (Cards2Di4) xx

Evis M said...

Hi Sue.
A lovely card. The colours are so clean and crisp
looking.
Regards,
Evis M

nattyboots said...

This card is so sweet Sue , and a lovely shade of green, i love it all.

P in Wales ,will miss you mate so you just take care of yourself , " do you hear ".xxxx

John has been told his cataracts are not bad enough just yet to have them removed { i do wonder how bad they have to be because while walking on sunny days he could not see the kerb on the pavement } however they have found a bleed behind the left eye and it will be investigated within two weeks .

Pam ,so pleased your breathing is good , hope you get your meds soon, Andrews says their were 4 more security men behind him in a blink of the eye, just shows what a good job our Policemen are doing , i will echo you again today, thank you .

big hugs to all
Elaine H X

Jackie Durrant said...

Good morning Sue must be because of everything in my life at present but I immediately thought change the sentiment and you have a beautiful sympathy card. Like you I rarely use green but this will be an idea for the future. Love from Jackie xx

Rosemary Stickland said...

Love the fresh feeling and clean lines of this card.
The daisies are so cute.
Rosemary xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
I am so pleased you decided to show us this lovely card.
As others have said it is a lovely clean and fresh card and it looks great in green!
I love the Swirly Vines background die and the Delightful daisies, too!
Lesley S x

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Beautiful card. love Jean Z xxx

STELLA MUNN said...

So lovely & fresh-looking. Love it. Thanks Sue x

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card today. Love the swirly vines die.

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue
Like this card very much
Margaret

Bejay Roles said...

Morning, Sue,
What a delightful card. I had a good giggle about it being a bit wavy...most of mine end up like that without being packed anywhere lol. I love the way the flowers peek out from the frame you made for them.
What a miserable morning down here in my corner of the world. I live on the rim of the basin that Truro sits in and from my front with down I can see part of the other side of the town and the spires of the cathedral...today it's raining so hard that I can only see a curtain of grey, I'm glad I live on top of the hill.
At least I'm safe as I can't go out in the garden lol. The arm is doing very well, it looked a LOT worse than it was as I'm a bit of a bleeder. In the end the saw just bounced off my arm and mercifully didn't go very deep. It's healing up well thank goodness, a bit red but it shouldn't leave a big scar. Today I may actually get around to starting a sort out of the craft room today, I ant find ding the worktop right now lol.
Bejay xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Morning Sue, This card is really pretty, I'm loving the colour combination, very fresh-looking.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Scottydog said...

What a lovely fresh, clean looking card. Simple but lovely. I'm not a Green fan, usually a blue girl but this really does do it for me, will have to start using Green more. Thank you Sue.

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
I am so glad that you've showed this card which doesn't look damaged at all to me. I love the colour combo (use quite a bit of green in mine) and the design. Those daisies are lovely.
Hugs, Rose

June Horrocks said...

Hi sue what a beauty love thi card the green frame is so lovely this card deserves its day in the sun thank you love always June horrocks xxxxx

Owlish said...

Hi SUE
I love those daisies and green doesn't get used often enough ur wavy effect doesn't show that much only on the last picture but very nice all the same
JOY Xx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, thank you for showing this lovely card wrinkles and all. I love green and the Swirly Vines Background makes a beautiful frame in this colour. You have proved that with just three dies you can create a beautiful card - my problem is knowing which three!

Marie - good luck with the house sale and when you are packing remember to do just a little at a time and take plenty of breaks. I am a fairly organised person and like to keep most things just so but when I'm crafting everything is everywhere and the desk disappears lol. I don't actually know any tidy crafters and if they should say they are, I don't believe them :-)

Wishing everyone a happy Friday and a good week-end.

Frances

Yorks butterfly said...

Morning Sue, so glad that you decided to showcase this card as I think its lovely. The daisies are fabulous and its is so nice to see a bit of green in your cards.
Wendyx

SueJ said...

So glad you decided to show it, it's gorgeous.

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Such a lovely card and the little bit of damage doesn't detract from that in the least. The daisies really are delightful.

Pam echoing you again and sending special hugs to all who need one and to all our missing friends
P in Wales we will miss you and hope you come back very soon

Love and hugs to everyone
Pat

Sandie Braithwaite said...

I have this flower die snd have struggled to use it ,so really pleased to see this card. Going to use it on a sympathy card this afternoon

CraftyJo said...

It's very pretty

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue from a very wet Cornwall so glad we are going home Sunday. A gorgeous card. So very pretty with the daisies. The card from your photos does not look at all bent to me at all on my phone.

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

Damaged or not, the card is beautiful and certainly does deserve its own day on the blog. Love the green (I am working on a b-day card using green & white as well), you should use it more often. It is one of those colors that give the fresh look to a card. Love it.

‘P’ in Wales – You’ll be missed. Hope you’ll be back sooner rather than later. Take care.
Pam – Have ready a champagne. You have to celebrate once your boss finds a job. Pleased that your breathing is good. Maybe you should call the GP or the hospital. Good luck.
Elaine - So glad Andrew had his treatment. You made me laugh ... poor Policeman. Sorry to read about John. Fingers crossed to have that investigation soon. Hugs for you all.
CraftySuetoo - Hope you enjoy your freedom. A big hug for you.
Marie – Good luck with the house sale. Sorry, I have no idea how to keep your place tidy while you do some craft. I am not a tidy crafter at all. Lets hope we’ll find out together, maybe somebody will give us some tips:)

No lunch update yet, here is only 8:40am.

Have a great Friday and weekend everyone.
Still a newbie to Craft / not longer the newest, or the only Canadian Wilsonette
Carmen

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous Sue
Gr Karin

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card I love the design and the dies are amazing. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Vie Carter said...

Simply beautiful

Vie
x

Suzzette Yandle said...

So glad you presented your lovely green and white card. If you had not mentioned this card was damaged, I would not have guessed that it was bent.

Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
Please "Don't Ever Say" Your Card's Don't Deserve There Day On The Blog
Everyone Of Your Exceptional Cards Deserves To Be Shown, As There Is Always Some Tips/Technique's
To Pick Up From, Like Today's Card With The Extremely Exceptional Colour Combination Of
"The Green/Coconut White Card" So Scrumptious.
Products Used In Today's Card:-
"Green Card" (From Your Stash)
"Creative Expression Coconut White Foundation Card"
"Creative Expression Mounting Foam"
"Creative Expression Cosmic Shimmer Specialists Dries Clear Acrylic Glue"
"Creative Expression White Flat Backed Pearls" (I Believe 5mm Were Used)
"Rangers Jet Black Ink Pad" (For Stamping Of The Sentiment "Heartfelt Thanks")
Star's In Today's Card:-
"Sue Wilson's Pacific Ocean Borders Cutting Dies"
"Sue Wilson's Swirly Vines Background Cutting Dies"
"Sue Wilson's Delightful Daisies Cutting Dies"
Sue, You Started By Cutting "The Pacific Ocean Borders" Into The Sides Of A Piece Of "Coconut White Card"
You Backed With Another Piece Of "Coconut White Card" For The Tone On Tone Look, Attaching With
"The Cosmic Shimmer Acrylic Glue"
You Then Cut Out "The Extremely Exquisite Swirly Vines Background" Out Of "The Beautiful Green Card'
(From Your Stash) You Backed With "Coconut White Card" Then You Cut Out The Centre You Added
"Mounting Foam" To The Frame For Dimension.
Sue, Then You Cut Out "The Delightful Daisies" Out Of "Coconut White Card" To Place Within Your Frame
You Stamped Your Sentiment On A Separate Piece Of "Coconut White Card" You Added Very Faint Blue
Clouds, like A Background To Your "Beautiful Daisies" You Added "White Flat Backed Pearls" To Your Card
Along The Four Corners Of Your "Swirly Vines Frame" Also On Your "Pacific Ocean Borders"
Then In "The Centre Of Your Daisies" You Added This To Another Piece Of "Coconut White Card"
Which You Added Your Famous/Signature/Piercing Plus A "Coconut White Card Mat/Layer
Sue, Thank You For Sharing Today's Extremely Exquisite Card Thank You For The Daily Inspiration
Which I Can't Begin To Tell You How Much I Appreciate, You Work So Very Hard To Bring Us Your Daily Blog..
Sue, Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue,Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗
Love From Sam xxx


Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I love the clean look of this card I am glad you showed it to us.
Stephanie I am so glad you have had a good holiday.P in Wales I have so enjoyed reading about your animals I hope you can come back soon.Elaine my younger brother is 62 and had his eyes operated on 1 month after his appointment do you think it is an age thing.Pam it doesn't seem to get any easier at work.Craftysuetoo I hope you manage to find something job wise soon but until then make the most of your freedom.Rosemary hugs as usual

karenlotty said...

It may be slightly wavy (not that I really noticed) but it's still a fabulous card

rosemary powell said...

Hi Sue and everyone. Sue I LOVE this card. Simple but elegant and effective. Love the colours ( no black lol!! )
Pam glad the managers are leaving . Now you can be a manager and sort the place out ! Sending g love and hugs.
Elaine glad Andrews treatment went ahead, hope John's eye gets investigated soon. Missed the comments about a policeman sorry, sending you all love and hugs .
Love and hugs to Crewe Trish and Donita as usual. Bejay glad your arm is getting better. You must be careful. Sending love and hugs to you all and special thanks for your support. Am dreading Monday, feeling depressed today.
Xxxxxxxxxxx

sued99 said...

Love it. It's just perfect for me! X

Crafty Cruiser said...

I'm so glad that you decided to show this card - it's really lovely and deserves a showing!
Doreen R

June Fletcher said...

Hi Sue

Love this stunning card. The green and white looks delicious

June x

Tressa said...

Glad undecided to show this despite the 'crumpling '. I like the green and white combination, makes .it very classy. You should use it more often!!!

Teresa

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue so glad you showed this card it's lovely I like the green it's so fresh looking and the daisles are delightful!
P I hope you will come back to the blog very soon we will miss yoElaine sorry about John's eyemail I hope he gets that appointment very soon
Hope you all enjoy the weekend

Tressa said...

Sorry, that should read 'glad you decided'. Flaming predictive text on the iPad!!

T

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. I am glad you decided to show this card as it is a little bit different and I think it is just so pretty. I would have to say that I don't use green card that often either and this goes to show that sometimes we should use something different.

Lisbeth

liz spooner said...

I have this gorgeous background so I should really try it out.xx

ursula said...

All in all a very pretty card, as you say green is not really your colour, but it is very catching...thank you Sue...luv Ursula xx

Laura O' Connor said...

Fantastic card sue love the flowers. Laura O

Barbara said...

Gorgeous card Sue!
I love the frame and the beautiful flowers.

Welsh Dors said...

Hi Sue,
I really like this card, the lovely shade of green makes the flowers pop.
Best wishes
Dorianne

Betty McAlister said...

Lovely card Sue and I too like the green and white. Xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Such a pretty card with a great colour scheme.
Thank you for sharing.
Véronique L

Littlelamb said...

Love this card Sue. Thank you for sharing . Looks perfectly OK to me. Echoing Pam's comments.

Viki Banaszak said...

This looks beautiful to me! I didn't see any bad spots. I really love the green.

Judy Hollers said...

Love the dies you have used. Beautiful card. Would never have noticed it was "wavy." In other words, we just love ALL your cards!!!

Di said...


Hi Sue,
Love the card and dies, great background.
Cheers
Di B. x
Tasmania

Latenight Sandy H said...

Delightful card. Glad it had it's day in the sun, damaged or not.
Take care everyone.

June Fletcher said...
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Marie said...

Lovely card Sue. I love the green and will certainly give it a go. Thank you to CCM for her comment on my house move. My first viewer is this very day.

Jane said...

Just beautiful, one of my favourites love Jane x

Dawn Holben said...

Sue this is absolutely perfect in every way.
I really like the green which is unusual for me.

Pawprintx4 said...

The green is a pleasant surprise and really pops this card. I love the look.
Stephanie K
SC/USA

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue,

I like the simpler lines to this Card and using the green to make a frame was a really good idea. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love the flowers popping through the frame

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue, This is stunning. I like the clean, light and refreshing look and feel of this two tone card. The use of the green frame just sets off the card and it oozes elegance. Thank you. Take care! Craft Owl by the Sea, north Norfolk.

Laura O' Connor said...

Fantastic card sue love the flowers. Laura O

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