Thursday, 24 August 2017

Just For You

Hi bloggers!  I have another great unisex card for you today!  Add some flowers to dress it up if you like, your choice.  I started by cutting the Infinity Striplet three time, out of black, ruby red and coconut white card.  I backed each of them with a differing colour background.  I picked the background colour of the striplet next to each of them so there was a sort of order to it.  I attached each of them side by side on another piece of card for my background.  For the focal element, I cut the centre of the Lucy die twice out of white and twice out of black card,  I offset the black ones behind the white ones, then offset both of those to give a more circular look to it.  I stamped my sentiment and cut it out with the inside of the Indonesian tag and mounted it in the centre.  White, red and black mats and layers were used to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are 6 1/2" x  7" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Hello Sue, such a beautiful card, gorgeous. As you say perfect for males too.
Elaine, I hope you get sorted with the council soon, this is not good for you, you have so much to cope with at present.
Rosemary, hope the med increase doesn't cause any problems, keep going you are a trooper.
Sam, thank you for your kind comments, I have told the GP and she really reinforced the reason for absense and signed her name in that box too. Let's hope they take notice. Reading the comments so many people have been through this with their employers, it is a shocking way to treat loyal staff when they are down.
Laine, lovely to see you back, take it easy, you don't want a setback.
Tres, hoping for better days for you.
I've seen some new names on the blog, welcome to the best blog in the world although I would rather not apply for a loan lol.
Donita, if I didn't know already I would say you had a wonderful way with words.
Carmen, hope you are okay..
Hugs to all, missing and poorly friends especially.

hollyberry said...

Beautiful card xxx

hazel young said...

Lovely card Sue and great for any occasion xx hazel

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card, love this striplet die.
Jan x

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, this card is stunning, love the striplet die, and the way you have done the colours. Have a great day all. Bx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, oh this card is so effective with the striplets in the different colours and as you at a real unisex card, love it.

Pam I reiterate all you have said above. How are you feeling today, sounds like you have a good days and bad days. Have you got a date for the op yet.

Got some clearing up in my craft room today - got a big weekend ahead of me.

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

Jan.moogie said...

Striplet dies are so so versatile Sue, lovely card. Have a great day hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Fab card Sue.

Marion Scott said...

Stunning card Sue, very clever to arrange the colours as you have. Also great to have a card suitable for men as well as the ladies
Marion S x

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
A brilliant card thank you.
June I wish I could tidy my craft room, I go in determined to do it then I find a pretty card and start crafting lol.
Take care all and have fun Kitty.
Oh then the mess is worse than ever.

scrAPpamondo said...

So beautiful card! Always love your creative use of striplets!

Chris Curry said...

Great card Sue, I have this striplet die and enjoy using it. Thank you, have a good day. Xx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a beautiful card and as you say a great unisex one. Can see this one made in some gorgeous colour ways and a brilliant one to use some of those bits we have lying around.
Best Wishes.
Denise T x

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card, very striking. It would look lovely in other colourways, dressed up with flowers for a more girly look. Great versatility.
B xx

Princess Pixie! said...

Morning Sue
What a striking card. Really eye-catching. Great one for the awkward men!
Been awake since 2 and did comment on yesterday's card. Started my comment at 4am and it was quite lengthy. Was feeling very pleased with myself but then it all went terribly wrong and I managed to lose the whole lot! Grrrrr x
Yesterdays card was my favourite from the festive launch. Not usually one to be drawn to cards with such bright and bold colour themes but that just took my breath away x
Sue your new dies really are something else. I will not give anything away as I know there are many on the blog who like to wait for the big reveal. We are in for such a treat and one heck of a launch x
Needless to say, after telling myself that I really don't need any more dies, at all, ever, I want the whole shebang! My crafting this year has been practically non existent but I will not be moved and am coveting each and every one of your new collection x
Pam - when people start to stroke your head, tell you you're a good girl and give you a treat - start to worry! Walkies x
June - I admire your willpower - only a couple pre-ordered - how on earth did you decide which ones?
Carmen - do not be sucked in by Laine's facade. She will pretend to be your friend then drop you like a hot potato! I got sucked in and look at me now x
Laine - trying to replace me? Well I look forward to putting you in your place later on when we chat x
Marie - shaker cards are always a way to use up the glitter. If you truly cannot find inspiration for your box full of sparkle donate it to a worthy cause. I have a neighbour who volunteers for a craft group for cancer patients. Any time I give her my 'unloved' bits she is always so grateful. It is an offence to 'dump' anything, lol. So sorry you had a tough day on Monday. Anniversaries such as these are always so hard. Sending hugs x
Donita - hugs x
Teresa - they do say leave a little sparkle wherever you go x
Sharon - try checking out Joanna Sheens website for new dies. That said they do seem to be on many of the websites x
Elaine - hugs x
Fluffy - hugs x
Tres - sending you love and hugs x
Well I think it's bedtime!!! Lol. This crazy sleep pattern is making life interesting - she said try I ng to put a positive spin on things! I really do need to get some rest to prepare for Laine's incessant whining this evening. It is a tough job but someone has to do it - just wish it wasn't me x
Sending happy thoughts and lots of love to everyone especially my blog besties x
Take care
Crafty hugs
Yvonne x

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, lovely card, very striking colours.

Barbara V

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all.. Beautiful card this morning . I love the effect you have created with the striplet by using three colours. Going to have a try at this.
Well wishes and crafty hugs and extra hugs to Pam.... Wendy

Clare W said...

GM Sue. The infinity die is a fave of mine. Great card.

rosiejt said...

Striking and effective.

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue.
A great card love those striplets.
Catherine V94 xx

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. A wowser of a card, very striking and for some reason gives me a 60s feeling! Hugs to all with special ones to anyone going through tough times. Sue xxx

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
A striking unisex design, great colours and gorgeous striplet! X

PharmacyMichele said...

Wow-I just love this card. The colour combination is so striking & the card could be used for many occasions.


Paul said...

Love this card. The centre piece is genius!

Jan Sayer said...

Love the colours you've selected and this striplet die.

TDQ Karen said...

This looks stunning Sue, very striking xx

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. Love this as a male card. I think I must invest in this die. I have seen it used in so many ways. Looks like I have a spend coming along, especially with the new launch coming up. Thankyou Sue. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds

Laura O' Connor said...

Great use of colour sue great dies and a lovely card. Laura O

sharon casey said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
Gorgeous card today I did one very similar perfect for a man,love the colour contrast of this.

Pam hope your feeling a bit better and resting thinking of you love and healing hugs sending your way.

Princess Pixie thank you I did look on Joanna Sheen's website yesterday and saw all the new ones now to decide what i need lol.

Sending love and healing hugs to all that are poorly and need them.

Have a good day all

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

Love the colours, love the striplet die so bright and cheerful.


Heather R Oxfordshire

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Another stunning card today & I love the way you have brought the colour into it. As you also say ideal for male card. Yvonne xx

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a striking card! Suitable for male or female, I love all the dies from your next launch!
Hugs x
Heather T

margaret driscoll said...

Hello Sue
Lovely card and good technique, could use lots of colours on this, even mono would look good!
Love Marg

karenlotty said...

This is such a lovely idea Fairly easy to achieve (I think) This is a Striplet that I promised myself

val jones said...

Hi Sue, just might have to borrow this lovely idea. Great card for either sex.
Love Val in Spain xxx

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue. I really love this card, so striking in these bright colours. As you say, great for a male card.

Pam, thinking if you, hope you are feeling better today. X

Love Rosemarie X X

hettygarlick said...

Very smart! I love the Infinity Striplet.

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
A great card, love the colours.

Crafty Cruiser said...

Such a versatile card, with bold striking colours. Love it!
Doreen R

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a striking card today, as you say perfect for a male card. This would look good in football team colours too. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today xxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - a really unisex card which would look good with any colour combination I think. Just love what you do with your dies Sue. Sending best wishes

stitchingranny said...

Good morning, a lovely bright card today, which would also make a rather nice teens card.

Hugs Helen xx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Great unisex card, the colour pattern you've created with the Infinity Striplet does make visual sense but I was surprised to see how well Lucy goes with it too...


Owlish said...

Love this card also love striplet l must use them more often

nattyboots said...

Loving your idea and color way for this card Sue , the Striplet die is so versatile.

PP Grrr it happened to me twice this month , it just flew away and both lengthy posts it is so annoying .Hope you get some rest ready for your catch up with Laine.

Tres, so sorry to hear of all your upsets , stay strong both of you .

Carmen sending you a big hug .

Myra, Maureen and Crewe Trish , a big hug to you too .

Rosemary , i hope you are still not having any side effects .xx

Pam ,Andrew said he was Ok yesterday , well i know by the sound of his voice if he is well or not and he is clearly not well at all , i do feel worried as these last two treatments have been the worse so far and he usually has between 7 - 10 days of feeling something like normal before the next treatment . I hope today he will sound more like himself .
I echo you again today , lets hope your employers get the message and leave you alone so you can get on with getting better , hope you have a good stress free and pain free day .

Hugs to all poorly and missing friends
Elaine H X

Suemac said...

A great card for men

Clare Powell said...

Great card, love the contrast of the colours x

Scottydog said...

Such a striking card today. Love this colour combination & I'm just thinking this could be done in football strip colours for the men. Haven't got this die but maybe one of your other striplets will work just as well, if not guess which die I will be buying next! Thank you Sue for another brilliant idea.

BenteS said...

Great card with a lovely design!

Anne said...

I love the versatility of the stripper dies, Sue and this card really shows this one off at it's best.

Anne (Northampton)

Bejay Roles said...

Hi, Sue,
What a brilliant card and very striking using the red, black and white. I think anyone, male or female, would love to relieve this on their special day.
Bejay xx

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card I love the design and the dies are amazing. You are so talented Sue I love visiting your blog every day. Take care. Hugs Jackie

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Lovely to see my most favourite striplet being used. Lovely card. SueL x

Sarah Wrightson said...

Morning Sue, I have been looking for inspiration for a male card and this one just hits the spot - thanks xx

Rosemary Stickland said...

Love the design of this card, the striplets are so versatile.
Rosemary xx

SueJ said...

Very striking.

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card, very striking.

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. A useful unisex design suitable for those hard to please men in our lives. I love the the pattern on the striple die you have used.

Kate's Cards said...

Very striking. xxxx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, brilliant card, so suitable for any sex, just a change of colours and you are set, and as Diane said, great for football colours.
Take care everyone, Jess xx

craftynanna said...

Hi Sue, once again you have wowed us all with this lovely card it's great and I love the colours, hugs to all Johanna

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Great male card. Love the colour scheme.
Thank you for sharing.
Véronique L

June Fletcher said...

Hi Sue

This is an ideal unisex card/design

June x

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Very striking card so useful for lots of people.

Hugs to all

Annx without an "e"

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and Everyone Who Feels Special By Belonging To This Blog,

Okay, Lucy does look good in a full circle like this. And with these three colors, Infinity shows she can rock and roll, baby.

So sorry Tres about the heartache you're going through on top of your recent losses. Emotional pain takes so much energy, so you both will need more rest. Go easy on yourself and indulge in naps.

Today I had my first good day in weeks. Free of pain, able to focus, not dragging. And maybe, just maybe, the heat and humidity are done for the summer.

My strategy for the September launch is to close my eyes, plug my ears and say "la, la, la, la, la," until it's over. How else can I not want everything?

Thanks for the hugs and kind words.


fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, I love the Infinity Striplet and I think that I like this card but it is just not speaking to me in the way that your cards usually do. I love the Lucy die in the centre so maybe it is just going to have to grow on me.

Tres - paws crossed for good news for Charlie dog next week and I hope that you and your other half will start to feel better soon.
Laine - you are so considerate of Yvonne but have you seen what she has written today lol Pippin and the girls are well and I do believe there may be a slight thawing in hostilities.
PP - perhaps you should just pretend you are a night shift worker and turn your day upside down but then maybe the boys wouldn't like having cornflakes for dinner or a roast for breakfast :-)
PP & Elaine - if you know you are going to write a lengthy post why not type it in Word saving as you go and then just copy it into the blog. I did this for quite a while even for short posts when my laptop wasn't behaving and erased everything as I was trying to post. It certainly saved a lot of frustration.

Wishing everyone a good day.


Jaye said...

Such a striking card, I love it and think it would be great for a male card ( and they are always difficult!) The striplets are brilliant.

CraftyJo said...

I like this :)

Diane King said...

Great card. Love the colours x

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Fab card. Colours right up my street. And I love the Lucy die and the striplets.
Hugs, Rose

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Fabulous card today! Love it! So kind of you to do it in Sunderland's colours - my husband loved it!!
Sending love and hugs to everyone, Alison xxx

barbara macaskill said...

Wowzers! ❤️ ❤️ ❤️ this card! I love making cards like this one because it is fun to see how I can combine the colors and elements evenly so that the card doesn't wind up looking like a rodeo 🤡! Thank you for sharing this beauty with us! TFS!

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Great Card. I really like this style, a great design. The dies, the layout and the colour combination works so well. I also like the unisex element. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue great card, this is one of my favourite Striplets so great to see this card.

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
A great card today. As you say abgreat unisex card.

Yorkie girl said...

Good afternoon Sue and everyone
Well what a lovely very striking card you have given us I love it and I have this die so I may have to have a play later
Pam I will echo you comments I hope you are feeling a bit better today employers today I don't believe what they do but I am not surprised by it they use tHe pretence of welfare visits Yeh yeh Forget work
Elaine I hope ou can get your access issues sorted soon
Hugs to all that need one
Take care folks
Theresa G xx

Pawprintx4 said...

A lovely card, very useful. I don't have that stripper but several others. I need a couple of sympathy cards sadly and think I will give your great inspiration a try.
Stephanie K

Pawprintx4 said...

Well of course the iPhone switched striplet to stripper . I know Sue isn't coming out with any such dies.
Stephanie K

Suzzette Yandle said...

An interesting black, red and white card. Strong color combinations.

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue!
The Striplet dies are so versatile and the ideas that you come up with are amazing.

theresa w said...

Hi sue and lovely wilsonettes x
Fantastic card sue x the infinity striplet is so versatile x
Theresa w x

Lynda Mellor aka Loopy Lynda said...

Good morning Sue, fab card!!! I love it!!!
I'm on holibobs so signal is very random😡
I will when I can😘
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

sued99 said...

A very striking card. Love how you've used the striplet. X

Sue MacFall said...

Simple and elegant and my favourite colours = thank you Sue !!

Evis M said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely card.
Evis M.

Unknown said...

Hi Sue!
PartiCraft is one of my first reads every morning, today being no exception. Your ideas and presentation are always so inspiring. I love your dies for quality and beauty, and own as many as I can afford, and I admire this card - I may have to shop again.... le'sigh! Thank you for sharing with this wanna be papercrafter!

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Great idea with the use of the colours and as I own all these die there is no excuse for me not to have a go at something similar. Thanks for the inspiration.


rosemary powell said...

Hi Sue and everyone
Sue I'm sorry but this card doesn't do it for me maybe the colour combo asI tend to go for pastel colours except for Christmas.
Pam sending love and hugs and hoping all is sorted for you soon.
Donita I'm sorry you haven't been well but so pleased you are having a good day you go girl! Sending love and gentle hugs.
Elaine so far so good on the increased meds. Hope Andrew feels a bit better tomorrow.sending love and hugs to you all.
Crewe Trish love and hugs as usual and to you all xxxxxxxxxxx

Vie Carter said...

A very striking card, a clever use of a striplet die, love it


Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Another lovely card today, like you say totally unisex, but also sentiment neutral as well - a good just because card...

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Love all your striplet dies, they are so versatile. Today's card is very striking probably due to the colours used but I love it.
Donita I wish I'd seen your strategy for the September release earlier, just had to preorder one or two of them!!
Pam echoing you and sending special hugs to you and all our poorly and missing friends

Love and hugs to everyone

ursula said...

Great card Sue, just suitable for a mans day....I just love what you do with the stiplet dies...thank you Sue....luv Ursula xx

Littlelamb said...

Great card Sue and I have the striplet die. Great male card as well. Thank you for sharing. Echoing Pam's comments and hugs to all who need them.

liz spooner said...

This is very unusual, but great for male cards.xx

Narrowboat girl said...

Love the choice of colours Sue

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I am not sure why this card isn't for me it may be the colours.I keep looking at your new collection with envy there are so many I like I will never catch up I still have a few I want from your Christmas dies.Luckily I have a birthday in a couple of weeks time.i
Pam I hope you have had a pain free day look after yourself.Rosemary fingers crossed the medication is starting to work.Elaine I hope Andrew has had a better day you must be so worried.Donita I hadn't realised you hadn't been feeling well

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I am not sure why this card isn't for me it may be the colours.I keep looking at your new collection with envy there are so many I like I will never catch up I still have a few I want from your Christmas dies.Luckily I have a birthday in a couple of weeks time.i
Pam I hope you have had a pain free day look after yourself.Rosemary fingers crossed the medication is starting to work.Elaine I hope Andrew has had a better day you must be so worried.Donita I hadn't realised you hadn't been feeling

Karen M said...

Hi Sue
Really like using striplets so this one is a lovely idea,
Best wishes
Karen M

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I like today's card very much because it really got me thinking! That's hard when you are old you know! Like so mani ideas it's simple - but only if you think of it in the first place!! Love the colours but maybe three shades of pink, blue or lilac would work too! Thank you!
Donita if you can keep that cacophony up for over a week - every credit to you - I'm just glad you are on the other side of The Pond!! I'm too nosey - I'll have to look!!
Elaine - thanks for the hug! I appreciate that! Sending one to you too! Hope Andrew is feeling a bit brighter today!
Lynda Mellor- have a lovely break! I see you are on your holibobs - have you been on the holijuice by any chance?! Just kidding - have a lovely time!
Pat L - I always suspected you were too quick for your own good!! Lol! So pleased to hear your husband is making such good progress!
Like Maureen - I think of Sarah often. She is such a little star!
Pam - take care my dear, and many thanks!
PP - I'm so sorry and I truly mean it , that you have been so unwell and your body clock is misbehaving! It's not funny! It happens to me occasionally in summer because of Hayfever! It's gone now! ( not summer - Hayfever!) .
Laine - I do have a social life! I talk to my husband daily! I occasionally wander into the garden ! I talk to the neighbours too!
Please may I just say that my lovely granddaughter got excellent GCSE results today . Her big sister got great A Level Results last week! Have we all been stressed - never!!! You can't keep a proud Grandma down! Sorry!
Love to all, Myra ( Friend of Maureeen!) xxx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !!! I really love todays card !!! I have the Infinity Striplet Die and I have used it a few times now. It is absolutely fab !!! Such a fantastic design. I also have the Lucy die so no excuses for me !!! I would love to have a go at creating my own version of this card with these dies. Like you say Sue it would make a fab card for a man. I love making cards like this one. I love the colour combo to. Thank you for sharing. Sending lots of love to you Sue from Tres x x x

Thank you to everyone who left kind comments about our Charlie doggie. All our pets have been very loved and spoilt rotten. They have all been part of our family. Losing two of them just seven weeks apart has been so hard to deal with. We were hoping to have Charlie dog ( the youngest of them all) for at least another year or two. We are hoping it won't be really bad news. We will just have to wait and see. Sending everyone lots of love from Tres x x x

Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
Very Quick Short Comment I've Been Out All Day, But I Had To Mention How Much
I Loved Today's Card, I loved The Fabulous Background You'd Created Using The Infinity Striplet
Then The Exceptional Focal Point Using The Lucy Die Sue, You Are So Extremely Clever At
Transforming The Dies To Create Different Images.
Thank You For Sharing Today's Extremely Beautiful Card
Sue, Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗
Love From Sam xxx

Betty McAlister said...

Hi Sue. Like this card very much and as I have the dies can try my own version. Thank you for sharing. Xx

Tressa said...

This is certainly a very dramatic card. I like the design and the colours used.


Jackie Meechan said...

Gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous card. Love this, would not have attempted three different colours, tend to stick to one or two but this definitely works. Brilliant.

Viki Banaszak said...

This is so pretty! I love the colors and the design you used for the center.

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Another stunner, red, black and white always looks good together, fantastic die.
Di Br. x

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

I love this card for its simplicity and elegance. It looks easy to make it and I think that comes in handy for those with little skills or experience. A card with striplet only is a winner from the start because all your striplets are so versatile. Lucy is a nice addition for this particular card (and not only), but it doesn’t mean that if you don’t have it, like me, you cannot make this card. Just choose the right shape and place for the sentiment. Thank you, Sue, for making and sharing cards like this one, giving hopes to those who love crafting but are less gifted than you.

Marie – Wish you many, many happy b-days! I have a feeling that your life’s story is very interesting and I am hoping that you’ll share it with us, whenever you want. Glad you enjoy your card classes and you found this blog, where we all share the love and passion for crafting.
Pam – Hope you had a better day and no manager bothered you.
Elaine – Of course Andrew is trying to be brave and telling you he’s better when he’s not. He knows how much you have on your plate, so fewer worries from his side will be beneficial for you. What he doesn’t know is that a mother can feel her child’s pain even no words are said. Hope he had a better day today and tomorrow will be a day with less pain for everybody. Hugs for you all.
Tres - Pets hold special places in our hearts. Wish you better days for the three of you.
Donita – I am so sorry, I had no idea you are not well. I read every day (with pleasure) your comments and didn’t know /feel you are in pain. Wish you days free of pain. Take care. A gentle hug for you.
PP – Oh, dear, for sure I am not envy you for anything. Happy to be across the ...pond (let’s say). It is safer.
Laine – Are you playing Cat-and–mouse game with PP?

Hugs to all that may need one and to those who would like one.
Still a newbie to Craft / not longer the newest, or the only Canadian Wilsonette

Latenight SandyH said...

Super design. I love the Infinity Striplet. These colours aren't singing to me but like Diane's suggestion of making this design in someone's football team colours.
Take care everyone.

P Austen said...

A really striking card Sue. I just love this striplet. It's my favourite, favourite!! The colours are exactly right for my husband's football team. So, will have to keep this one in mind for his next birthday. Hugs x P Austen

Jan Jay said...

Hi Sue, love this card, the infinity die is fab too love the colours x

Marie said...

Good morning Sue and all Wilsonetts.
I really love this card and I do like to play around with my striplet dies. ( spellcheck just got me on Wilsonetts and Strplet!)

PP Thank you for the hugs and advice on my stock of glitter.
CCM If I told you all of my life story I'm sure it would be for adults only! lol.

I have made a card for one of my Granddaughters Birthday (not until OCT) and she is a staunch
Blackpool fan so I used their colours on the card, now I sort of wish I had used the striplets so maybe I'll diary it for next year. (maybe I'll have popped my clogs by then eh?)
I made a basic card to take with me to class yesterday and had pre-cut the embellishments on my Gemini to make a fishing card. I did all the matting and then found that I'd left the card at home Senior moments abound!!

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Lovely unusual card

doreenj said...

I do like this card, less is more sometimes!

Doreen x