Sunday, 19 November 2017

A Friend Is Like A Rainbow

Good Sunday morning all!  This card was quite a funky little demo I did on my last shows.  It is a great way to use up some of those extra scraps of card we all have (and boy do we!) LOL  I attached strips of yellow, blue and raspberry card to a piece of copy paper using some spray glue.  Next I randomly cut small frames from it using the Stitched Hexagons die set.  On another piece of coconut white card, I glued them into place across the corner of the card in a sort of honeycomb fashion.  There was no match to the colours at all, just random.  In the upper corner I added my sentiment which I stamped on to a separate piece of card, then cut around it using the inner die from the Lavish Accented Hexagon die set.  Then I added a multi layered frame around it using a wider white frame and one of the hexagons with colour on it.  I liked that the sentiment related a friend to a rainbow, which is just what the card ended up looking like!  The card was completed with white on white mats and layers.  The finished dimensions are 7" x  8 1./4" in size.

The winners of this week's Comment Games are :

Yvonne 19856!!!
Marleine Rayner!!!
Sunnybec!!!

Congratulations all!  Please email me at americansue1@gmail.com to confirm your address and claim your prize.  All for now, Sue x






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117 comments:

Pam said...

Love this card,, it's clean, colourful and very modern looking.
Congratulations to comment game winners. Enjoy your prizes.
So many happy recipients of Sues generosity, we are truly blessed on this blog.
Ann Topcards, I'm so sorry to hear that your brothers treatment has been postponed. I hope he recovers enough strength to have his treatment soon. He is lucky to have such a loving sister to help him.
Crewe Trish, what a day you had. Hope Mum and hubby are feeling better now. Now you need a treat and Sues dies would be perfect for you.
Tracy, it's no wonder you are feeling tired honey. You have so much on your mind at the moment. At least when you get your new dies, I bought them too, you may have inspiration to use them. I'm going to use mine on mixed media too. Sending you lots of supporting hugs too.
Donita, loved your bubbles therapy, sounded so beautiful and relaxing.
Saba, no offence meant. My die set with the two cocktail glasses arrived yesterday, it's huge, beautiful and you would love it too.
Carmen, it must have been a huge wrench to leave your family and homeland to emigrate, you have done so well and made a wonderful life for you and your family. You truly have a formidable inner strength to overcome that and a new language to.
Daily hugs to all, hope you are enjoying your weekend. Special thoughts to poorly and missing friends and also the Wiksonettes who are daring for poorly family members.

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Fabulous card, I saw it and thought how much patience you must have to paper piece the hexagons and then I read how you'd made it! Brilliant way of using up scraps of paper, and I love the sentiment too. Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a very happy card so pretty.
Congratulations to all the comment winners, enjoy your prizes.
Take care all and have fun Kitty.

Lyn Cleasby said...

Love this, Sue. What a great way to use scraps or patterned paper.

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. A colourful simple but happy kind of start to our day. Left over bits !!! Where do I start ? An old plastic small storage box with small leftovers separated into similar blues, shades of pink etc on the bottom of my cardstock shelf, I have an A4 cellobag where I 'play' - a disorganized mess where all sorts of leftover bits get thrown, and a hugh plastic box full, when do you realise its time to stop and have a sort out. Every little corner or strip I keep for tiny centre's of flowers or leaves, I even cut the excess card left from the negative when I've cut a die to use for the smaller daisy or peony etc and the once I did have a sort through, the guilt of recycling my card was ridiculous lol so yes we know what you mean about scraps 😕
A lovely sample with fresh happy colours.
Congratulations to the comment winners, have fun with your gift.
Sending love and hugs and thanks for sharing today's inspiration xxx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Love this card, clean and neat.A good idea for teenagers card (with a different sentiment)
Congratulations to this weeks winners.
Jan x

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Great card. Must try this!

Beverly Fuchs said...

Hello Sue,

What a clever way to use up leftover bits and pieces. And the end result is a very colorful and happy card that would delight anyone.

Have a wonderful day. I hope the weather is better where you are. It's cold and very rainy here.

Beverly

Heather Rogers said...

Morning Sue

I hope Thanksgiving wasn't a wash out.

Lovely fresh card today - and using leftovers as well. It just goes to show what can be achieved if you just give it some thought. I think Jan is right it would make a great trendy teenager card. This age range especially for boys I find is very difficult. It seems so much easier for teenage girls.

Congratulations to our winners hope you have fun with your prizes.

Happy Sunday

Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

carol edwards said...

Hello Sue, really like the simple layout and the sentiment on this very modern looking card. Congratulations to the winners Carol x

Ann said...


Hi Sue

Lovely card a great way to use up the scrapbox bits n bobs.

congratulations to the winners

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Marion Scott said...

Good morning Sue. I remember you demonstrating this card on Hochanda and remember at the time what a great way to use up leftover bit and pieces - must sort mine soon!!!

Congratulations to this week's comment game winners.

Marion S x

Debra K. said...

A really different card today!
Congratulations to the three winners! Debra x

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue. This is a beautiful clean & simple card once you know how you have used the cardstock. Love the way you have used up card scrap's to make this beauty. A great jazzy one for the teenager's then change the colour's for the guy's. Congratulation's to all the comment winner's.
Best Wishes
Denise T x

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
What a fabulous idea to use up our 'scraps'! I love the card and colours you've used.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Hugs x
Heather T

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card, I remember you demoing it.
Congrats to the winners.
B xx

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

A very different card Sue, great use of the hexagon dies.

TDQ Karen said...

What a great idea to use up scraps, the result is great xx
Congratulations to all the winners xx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
Fab card, saw you demo this and can only agree - brilliant way to make use of all the scraps. And so easy to do.
I LOVE the hexagon dies, it is impossible to make a rubbish card with them. And they are extremely versatile.
Hugs, Rose

sharon casey said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes
I love this card and did make some with the die after seeing you demonstrate it, its so clean and fresh.

I reiterate all that Pam has said above and send love and healing hugs to all who need them xx

Have good day all
Love
Sharon
xxx

hettygarlick said...

Such a clever idea and very effective.

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, such a pretty sample this morning and as you say a great way to use up those left overs. I too have loads of them I try to put the left over bit back into the same packet/box that the card came from that way I don't have loads of different bits and pieces that I have to sort through, have you noticed how many different shades of white and card sizes there are, to me there is nothing worse then putting the wrong white on a card, it shows up so quickly. Anyway I digress, I really like the sentiment, it means so much to so many people.

Pam I reiterate all you have said, and I am giving away free lots of hugs too, just help yourself.

Off to a craft workshop all day today, lots of stamping, inking and flower making, it is our last monthly one of the year so we are having a little Christmas party as well, crafting to Christmas music, looking forward to it. I think hubby is going to put the decorations up today, he is like a little kid and always puts them up so early, but he loves it.

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

Clai01 said...

Lovely card Sue
great for colour combination experimenting also x

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
What a fabulous and very efffective way of using up our scraps!!! Thanks to the beautiful detail of your hexagon dies this technique and design looks modern, clean and eye catching. X

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - I really love the concept of this card and I love using the hexagon dies as they are so versatile. Such a quick card and easy to make too. Congratulations to the three lucky ladies today - you have given so much away again in one week Sue, you are so generous. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.
YvonneMayxx

CHERYL Brown said...

Morning Sue,

I love today's hexagon card. So simple yet appealing.

Love 7 hugs
Cheryl xxx

Pussycats said...

Good Morning sue and all.. I think to days card is brilliant , I remember you making this card on Hochanda, its a great idea to use with the hexagon dies.
crafty hugs and well wishes to all..... Wendy

Scottydog said...

I agree a funky card for a teenager! I often look at my scraps & think what can I do with them, so must try that. A simple concept but Striking card. Thank you Sue.
Congratulations to the winners. Yet more of Sue's generosity!

hazel young said...

A fabulous card Sue, very different, love the colours and a great way to use up scraps x xhazel

Anne said...

Love this card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

val jones said...

I love this quirky card Sue and what a beautiful sentiment.
Congrats ons to the lucky winners.
Love Val in Spainxxx

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue
Love the colours of the Hexagon shapes, and yes, I too have oodles of scraps !
Makes a beautiful card good for male or female!
Yvonne 19856, Marleine Rayner, and Sunnybec well done!
Love Marg

Rosemarie said...

Morni g Sue. A lovely card and very cleaver way of using up the mountain of scrapes we all have. As some have said a great card fir a teenager, especially a boy as they are so hard to make for.

Love Rosemarie X X

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
Brilliant way to use up scraps - we sure have plenty of them. It is such a fabulous CAS card too and suitable for so many occasions
Congratulations to the winners this week, enjoy your prizes
Hugs
Muriel c

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
What a wonderful fun, bright & cheerful card. Congratulations to all the lucky winners. Yvonne xx

hollyberry said...

Gorgeous bright and cheerful card. Congratulations to the winners.

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. This would cheer anyone up. So bright and colourful.... and has a modern twist to it. Really like it Sue.
Could I thank every once again for all the lovely wishes I had from this fantastic family of crafting bloggers. It really lifted me. My brother also sends his many thanks. Hopefully in the near future he will be well enough to have the treatment he needs. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds




PharmacyMichele said...

Brilliant card, could be used for many occasions.

Congrats to the winners.

Michele

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and Crew,

How clever! And thrifty! And cute!
Congratulations to the winners of the comment draw. Sue, your generosity is much appreciated.
Crewe Trish, your mother apparently has the pluck to make the best of an upset, but your poor husband, going from cut to fall to bashing his head. I hope he feels like himself soon.
So sorry Ann Topcards about your brother.
Tracy I hope you'll be gentle with yourself while your energy level is low. Almost all of your emotional and physical energy is needed for the basics, with hardly any left over.
Saba, thank you for the jolly rainbow bubble hug.

Best to all the weekending Wilsonettes.
Love,
Donita


stitchingranny said...

Bright, funky and very modern looking. Would make a great teens card, though I certainly would not limit it to the teenagers.

Hugs Helen x

June Horrocks said...

Love this card sue I remember the demo lots of peeps would love this card
Congrats to the winners have a great day sue love always
June Horrocks xxxxxx

Tressa said...

Someone above used the word quirky to describe this and I agree. It is beautifully quirky. Somehow I must have missed the show in which you demonstrated this so must make a note on how to do it. But then I need to get the hexagon dies to reproduce it.... in time......

Teresa

Evis M said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely card to start the week.
I have the hexagon dies and will certainly try this
card. A wonderful way to use up the scraps of card.
Regards,
Evis M.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Very clever

rosiejt said...

Love this idea!

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a great card today, as many have said perfect for teenagers and a double bonus as it uses up scraps. Love the sentiment too. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today xxx
Congratulations to all the lucky winners xxx
Tracey sending hugs xxx
Donita I think bubbles make everyone smile regardless of their age, what a lovely thing to do xxx

Anonymous said...

Ingenious Sue.. You are full ideas no. One else would dream of.
VCCumbria xx

Marleine Rayner said...


Morning Sue,

Love this card for being so different. Full of inspirational ideas. This would be a great idea for scrapbook page.

Thank you for picking out my name too. X

BenteS said...

What a fun way to use all the scraps :))
Your card is great.
Congrats to all the winners this week!

Beryl Treble said...

Lovely card. Congrats to the winners.

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

I remember seeing this and thinking that it was a little bit contemporary and original... Love it.

Congrats to all the lucky winners from the week

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
When I first opened the blog and saw today's card I thought wow that's a lot of piecing and sticking and glueing.
I should have known it was easier than that, what a great idea for leftover scraps, makes a beautiful uplifting card.
Congratulations to the comment winners.
x

BridgetCG said...

Morning Sue, what a brilliant and bright card to make everyone smile on a cold frosty morning. Such a fabulous sentiment too. Well done to the comment game winners. have a great day everyone. Bx

Krafty Runner x said...

Hi Sue,

Yeah, you're so right, scraps everywhere and in every colour!!
When I get stressed with the mess, I start well, getting rid of all those stupid little bits and then common sense prevails and I pause, and this card is one of those pause moments, what a fabulous use of scraps!! And WOW those stitched hexagons, sensational!

Krafty Runner x

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, brilliant way to use up the mountains of left overs : )
Congratulations to comment winner's!!! Enjoy!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, another brilliant card, and the sentiment is so true.
Congratulations to today’s winners, have fun with your gifts.
Take care everyone, Jess xxx

Crafty Cruiser said...

Lovely funky card, perfect for teenagers!
Doreen R

STELLA MUNN said...

Love this card. I have the hexagons & they were a really good addition to my dies. The sentiment is beautiful and so true. Thanks Sue x

nattyboots said...

Happy Sunday Sue
Loving todays card ,so beautifully made with left overs .
Well done to the comment day winners enjoy your prize .

Ann Topcards , sending hugs and loves to you and your brother xx

Tracy Hugs and loves to you too xx

Crewe Trish , what a day you had hope your Mum and Hubby are both ok now ,We decided to go to Market Drayton to do some Christmas shopping half way there the road was blocked off , so what is usually an hours drive turned into one and a half { i kid you not i just didnt know where we were ,going around in circles } then to top it all off i fell in the car park good job i had my stick to correct me a little or i think i would have gone flat on my face i am sure , so with that we headed for home having only bought one present Grrrr , think i am going to look on line for the rest of my presents it will be safer . That is if the Lappy holds up .

Echoing Pams comments
Loves and huggles to all
Elaine H X

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

A fun colourful card today and a good way to use up the many many scraps we all have.

Congratulations to all the comment game winners. Enjoy. X

Love Helen xx

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
What a clever use of leftovers! It’s very effective. Thanks for sharing.
Well done to all the winners.
Have a great day everyone.
Hugs.

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Lovely card. love Jean Z xxxx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. Very fresh and modern looking. Congratulations to the lucky winners.

Kate's Cards said...

Looks like a science diagram!

Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
First Of All I Have Just Finished Watching Lisa Horton’s Amazing Shows
On Hochanda With Your Tremendous “Industrial Chic Collection” You Were Unsure On Peoples
Reaction, Lisa’s Shows Sold Out Twice Which Was Just Stupendous She Shared Fabulous Demo’s
With Us...... Showing Your Dies Was Tremendous.............
Products Used In Today’s Card:-
“Creative Expression Coconut White Foundation Card”
“Creative Expression Mounting Foam”
“Creative Expression Cosmic Shimmer Specialists Dries Clear Acrylic Glue”
“Strips Of Yellow/Blue/Raspberry Card”
“Spray Glue”
“Rangers Jet Black Archival Ink Pad” (For Stamping The Sentiment)
Star’s In Today’s Card:-
“Sue Wilson’s Stitched Hexagon Die Set” (From The Noble Collection 12 Cutting Dies)
“Sue Wilson’s Lavish Accented Hexagon Die Set” (From The Noble Collection 10 Cutting Dies)
Today’s Card Is Clean & Fresh Extremely Beautiful Also Can Be Turned Into A More Grungy Style
With A Different Background Etc:-
As You Mentioned This Card Is A Fabulous Way To Use Up All Those Scraps Of Card, You Attached Strips
Of Yellow/Blue/Raspberry Card To A Piece Of Copy Paper Using A Piece Of Copy Paper Using Spray Glue
Next You Randomly Cut Small Frames From It Using The Stitched Hexagon Die Set, On Another Piece Of
White Card.
Sue, You Glued Them Into Place Across The Right Hand Corner Of The Card In A Honeycomb Fashion
As You Mentioned There Was No Match To The Colours At All Just Random, (But They Look Tremendous)
In The Upper Corner You Added The Most Beautiful Sentiment Which You Stamped On Another Piece Of
White Card, Then Cut Around It, Using The Inner Die From “The Lavish Accented Hexagon Die Set”
Then You Added A Multi Layered Frame It Using A Wider White Frame, Plus One Hexagons With Colour
On It Adding Mounting Foam To The Back You Attached This To A Piece Of White Card Which You’d
Added Your Famous/Signature/Piercing Then Glued This To Another Piece Of White Card.................
Sue, Thank You For Sharing This Weeks Stupendous Cards Also The Video Tutorials
Sue, My Wonderful Dear Friend Take Great Care
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗
Love From Sam xxx
Congratulations To This Weeks Comment Gift Winners 👏👏👏 Enjoy Your Gift............

Vie Carter said...

Very clever use of dies and colours

Vie
x

CraftyJo said...

Love this! What a great way to use up some scraps :)

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Lovely Card. I do love the clean and simple look. I really like the Hexagon dies and the rainbow colouring is delightful. Thanks for sharing.

Congratulations Yvonne 19856, Marleine Rayner and Sunnybec.

Best wishes

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, lovely card. I remember you demoing this card and thought how modern and clean and different it was, also a super way to use up our leftovers.

Barbara V

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a very modern take on CAS and what a clever way to use up some scraps. You could make this card with multiple differing colours and no two would be the same.

Congratulations to this week's comment game winners - Yvonne 19856, Marleine & Sunnybec. Enjoy playing with your prizes.

Frances

Jeannie Donnelly said...

Great card, I've a few odd ideas for these hexagons too. Must get a move on and get some cards made. Xx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue, how you amaze me with your ability to take scraps and make a beautiful card. Thank you for the inspiration. Wakey L

Poppyfield Card Crafts said...

Hi Sue

A fantastic way to use left over pieces of card and your design is stunning!

Congratulations to the comment winners.... enjoy!

June x

Jackie Durrant said...

What a great design idea Sue xx

Suzzette Yandle said...

I enjoyed watching you make this card on Hochanda. Thanks for any and all suggestions for using the multitude of scraps that one collects.

karenlotty said...

This is lovely When I saw it shown on HOCHANDA I took a photo of the screen!

ursula said...

A most unusual card, and what a wonderful way of using up scraps of card, as you say, we all have....love those colours together too....beautiful...luv Ursula xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's beautiful Sue
Gr Karin

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card I do love those dies. What a great way to use up that endless supply of scraps of paper. Congratulations to the winners. Enjoy the rest of the weekend. Hugs Jackie

Yorks butterfly said...

Hi Sue, what a great card and such a good way to use up the scrap card.
Wendyx

Eunice said...

Good morning Sue, boy are you right when you say that we all have scarp paper that we tuck away and really don't use it. Thanks for the wonderful hexagonal idea to help use them up!!

Karen M said...

Hi Sue
Unique card today,great use of scraps,
just got back from a short break in Cornwall very very nice,so congratulations to all the winners,
best wishes
Karen M

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
You brighten our day every day with your wonderful cards, what a way to use up scraps of card, love it. Congratulations to the three lucky ladies Yvonne, Marlene and Sunnybec, enjoy your prizes
Pam I will echo you as you say it so much better than I do

Sending love and hugs to everyone with an extra special one to Tracy
Pat

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
This is a brilliant idea for using up our stash of card though most of mine now go to Katie for use with her baby machine which she still loves. Hopefully I have dropped enough hints to my husband that your 3 sets of hexagons are top of my wish list.
Mum is feeling a bit battered and bruised bless her and my husband just feels stupid he has a lovely shiner.
d
Donita I love your bubble idea.Huggles to everyone who needs them

Littlelamb said...

A brilliant idea Sue. I did see you demonstrate this on Hochanda. Would think you could use a similar idea with pieces of left over backgrounds etc., thank you for this idea. Echoing Pam today and hugs to all who need or want them.

P Austen said...

Hi Sue, counting down the sleeps till we go home on Tuesday. Looking forward to catching up on your videos. Lovely use of those hexagon. If anyone doesn't have enough scraps of card just let me know. lol
Congratulations to the winners. Hugs xx Pauline in RSA but not for much longer

sued99 said...

I remember seeing you demo this one. Such a simple idea but so effective. X

Sunnybec said...

Thank you for picking me for a prize, I have emailed you. I love this card I do quilting as well and make hexagons so this card appeals to me!! Linda

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Love this card as it demonstrates why I like the hexagon shape so much, just imagine all the different designs you can make with them.

Lisbeth

Karen Drew said...

Great idea for using up scraps of card or paper. Looks so clean. Love the sentiment .
Luv
Karen xx

Chris Curry said...

This is what you call a very colourful and imaginative card Sue. Thank you.xxx

Dragonsnap2 said...

Gorgeous card today. I thought you’d had the patience of a saint piecing all those bits together until I read how you’d created it. Marvellous.
Apologies for not commenting over the last couple of days but I’ve been in Swindon and the wifi was iffy so ...
Congratulations to all the die winners on Friday, enjoy your dies and thanks to you Sue for giving us all the chance.
Congratulations to the cardwinner and also the comments winners. Well done to all of you"
Crafty hugs,
D xx

Lynne L said...

Hi Sue What a lovely card such a clever way to use up scraps yes I have to confess I too have a huge supply of scrap card but thanks Sue I will have a go at this idea to use some up!
Congratulations to todays winners enjoy your prizes
We have just returned from our weekend in Leeds with my daughter and family so I'm relaxing looking at this lovely blog and enjoying reading all the lovely comments
Elaine thank goodness you have your stick and didn't break any bones!
Crewe Trish I hope both your Mum and hubby are recovering what a day you all had yesterday!
Sending good wishes to all

pinky said...

Oh I have this die but never knew how to use it lol. Brilliant!

Pawprintx4 said...

Jan said it. Great for teens and we have a number of them. Plus always good whittling down the scrap stash. I think I can just sit and make colorful hexagons and then pop them on a card in various configurations as needed. Very clever.
Congrats to the winners and everyone enjoy the remainder of the weekend.
Stephanie K
SC/ USA

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Great card today. Love the colours you've put together.

Viki Banaszak said...

What a great idea! I have 3 drawers of scraps.

DeCor said...

Love how you did this card so effective. Congrats to all the winners

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, What a brilliant idea, and so so effective.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
Today's card and sentiment are great. I especially like the way you've made the multi-coloured hexicons.
Pam, hope you are well this weekend.
Elaine, sorry you've had such an awful day. Good job you didn't fall.
June S, hope you enjoyed your craft and your Christmas party.
Ann, I hope your brother gets his treatment soon.
Tracy, sending love and prayers.
Crewe Trish, I hope you are relaxing and I also hope mam and hubby soon recover - what colours are the shiner?
Congratulations to the comment winners - enjoy your prize.
love to all
Maureen (friendly Myra's fiend) xxx

Nanny Jo said...

Sue, I saw you demo this card and thought how beautiful it was. It inspired me to use my hexagon dies more and in lots of different ways. Thank you! Jo xx

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
What a clever way to use strips of card. Yes we all have lots!
Lovely fresh looking card today, - love it.
Hugs Brenda xxx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
Such a great way of using all those leftover pieces of card
Lovely card with those wonderful Hexagons.
Lesley S x

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
I’m rather late - again!
What a clever idea! I really love this card . I love the Hexagons and all the colours which you have incorporated into your design!
I’m sorry everyone as I haven’t read the comments today. The family came and now I’m rather tired. Will catch up tomorrow, all being well!
Goodnight and sleep well,
Love to all, Myra ( Friend of Maureen!) xxx

Craftychris said...

This card is sooooo cool! xxx

Saba said...

Hello Sue,
I absolutely love this card. It's bright, it's cheerful and it's ingenious. I'm not terribly good at random! I'd have been spending ages matching the colours up, I blame the fact I'm a Virgo. I wish I'd seen you demonstrate this, I've been trying to work out just how wide the strips need to be to get the same effect. When I've got a bit more time I'm going to have a go. Thank you for the idea.

Congratulations to the lucky ladies who have won the comment game prize, enjoy your gift.
Pam, no offence taken, Cheers. Enjoy using your dies.
Elaine I hope you are alright, it must have shaken you up. I'm thinking of doing a lot of my Christmas shopping this year on line too.

Love and hugs for all, Lorraine and Yvonne hope you are both alright, missing you.
Saba xxx

Theresa Pace said...

what a nifty way to use up scraps. i could make thousands of these sort of cards, hugs xx

Betty McAlister said...

Fabulous card Sue, ideal for all ages, male and female. Did see you demonstrate this on Hochanda recently too.
Congratulations to your comment winners, xx

Tres said...

Hi Sue. This is a lovely card !!! I love the different colours you have used and I love the Stitched Hexagon dies. I have collected all of your amazing Hexagon die sets now and I really love them and use them all the time. I have always loved the Hexagon shape and I am so pleased I can finally use this fab shape to create cards with. A great sentiment to and it looks so elegant being showcased by a beautiful Hexagon frame !!! Thanks for sharing this fab card today. Los of love to you Sue from Tres x x x

Lots of love to everyone from Tres x x x

CCM said...

Hi Sue,

Another lovely card! So elegant in its simplicity! Great used of scrap paper that we all have. Thank you, Sue, for this great idea.
Congratulations to the three lucky winners: Yvonne, Marlene and Sunnybec, Enjoy your prizes,ladies!

Pam – Thank you so much.
Elaine - Hope you are alright. I don’t like online shopping but as you said, it is a lot safer specially in this period of the year.
Long and busy day now I feel tired.

Hugs to you all,
Still a newbie to Craft / not longer the newest, or the only across the pond Wilsonette
Carmen-Dorothy

Latenight SandyH said...

Lovely modern-looking card. Such a fabulous idea for using up our scraps.

Congratulations to Yvonne 19856, Marleine Rayner and Sunnybec on winning the comment game.
Elaine, glad your fall wasn't too bad. It still shakes you up though.
Crewe Trish, hope your Mum is soon feeling better and that you had a more restful day on Sunday. Well wishes to your hubby and his shiner, too.
Take care everyone.

barbara macaskill said...

Very funkaliscious! It makes me think of the ‘70’s and bell bottoms! TFS!

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Saw this demo on Hochanda and liked it so much I rushed straight into my craft room and cobbled up my version but using patterned papers that I've had for donkey's years and that worked fine too so thanks for the inspiration!...

Congrats to the comment game winners...

Izzy

SueJ said...

This is gorgeous, what a clever idea.

Laura O' Connor said...

Fantastic card sue love the bright colours.well done to the winners this week . Laura O Springfield

redfox said...

I love this card and when the "Silly season" is over I'm going to make something similar. I love how simple but effective it is.

djones said...

Well done to the winners!! This is a good way
to use up your bits 'n' bobs!!



Doreen x