Monday, 27 November 2017

Feel Better Soon

  Morning all!  I have been playing with the hexagons for today's card.  I started with a piece of coconut white card and embossed it with the Aztec Flower embossing folder for texture.  Next I cut the outer decorative frame section from the Classic Adorned Hexagon Nobles out of both blue dusk card and black card.  I offset the black behind the blue and glued it to the card.  I cut the next section of the die in the same manner, but attached the left sides of the frame on top of the first one to offset the entire frame.  Finally, I cut the next section down in the set the same way and skewed it to the left as well.  All three frames and their shadows were lined up at the left corner and glued into place.  I stamped a sentiment and cut it out with the Stitched flags die, lightly inking the edges.  I stamped the Pinwheel Flower stamp in black and cut it out with the Pinwheel Floral dies, inked the edges with Stormy Sky ink and assembled into a 3D flower.  I mounted it on a thin white satin ribbon bow and added white leaves from the set as accents.  White, blue dusk and black mats and layers were used to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are
8 1/4" x  8 1/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x

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Pam said...

Lovely card Sue. So very elegant.
Donita, I googled DEAF1 but it was quite medical in the descriptions. I have got a much better idea from your description. That is what you will bring to people's awareness, the human side of the illness and the impact on the sufferer and families. So sad that in this world, so many scammers have spoiled it for genuine sufferers. I hope the girl and her family get the help they need. Keep up the good work, you are a trooper.
Elaine, has Trici been fixed yet? I had to laugh as I have never thought of naming my laptop or iPad.
Little lamb, well done on your craft fair successes. I have the Industrial Chic dies but have not yet used them. Must try them soon.
Saba, glad your back is behaving, just take it carefully so you are fit and well for Christmas.
Cheryl, like you, I think I was so lucky to have my husband in my life. I feel your pain but I know you have wonderful memories to keep you going. Sending a special hug fior you.
Maureen, thank you, I have had a quiet weekend, just resting and crafting. Made 4 Christmas cakes, a mixed media circular canvas board picture that I am delighted with.
Daily hugs to all, keep warm and well. Special hugs to missing and poorly friends.

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a beautiful card.
I know this die set is in Santa's sack.
Take care and have fun Kitty.

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
The stamp on the flowers looks fabulous Sue, love the hexagons, the whole card is just lovely.
We are having a nice big storm at the moment, has cooled it down a bit and the rain is a treat.
Achieved a couple of Christmas cards today and will have to keep going, I have been very naughty this year but it has absolutely flown, so glad I have some of your lovely dies Sue.
Muriel x

Jan on the Fosse said...

Good Morning Sue
A beautiful card to start the week.The embossing folder pattern compliments the hexagon
dies so well.Love the colour too.
Jan x

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, wow, this card is just stunning, love the design, and that flower is beautiful. have a great day everyone. Bx

hollyberry said...

Gorgeous card.

Jan.moogie said...

Stunning simply stunning, love it Sue and that flower WOW. Thanks for sharing, have a great day. hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Karen Drew said...

Love the way you have used the hexagons. Gorgeous card
Karen xx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, a lovely card this morning to brighten up our day, although a big card it is full of colour and the hexagon's are brilliant on here, love the colours you have used and the stamps too.

Pam I reiterate all you have said, not sure about a relaxing weekend, you sound as though you have been very busy.

Special hugs to everyone who needs them.

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

Poppyfield Card Crafts June Fletcher said...

Morning Sue

A delightful card today. Always love blue and white combo

June x

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Lovely card Sue, Love the hexagonal shapes.

TDQ Karen said...

Beautiful card love these offset hexagons xx

hazel young said...

Gorgeous card Sue xx hazel

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all.. WOW card this morning , its so beautiful. You have shown a stunning way of using the Adorned Hexagon dies. The colours you have used work so well and the finishing touches.
Crafty hugs and well wishes to all.....

Netty The Runner said...

Lovely card Sue. The offset hexagons look very effective.
Annette x

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue and firstly thank you. Thank you for doing what you do, thank you for Particraft and thank you for designing your own brand of dies, if it wasn't for all of that I wouldn't have found myself showing the tools you have given me at a craft market. It was freeezing even though my table was indoor it's not called The Barn due to its warmth, so I struggle a little but came away with a smile and very few of the festive cards I'd made which puts me in the position to choose which of this year's festive dies I need ready for next year and the globe plus the gingerbread guys will be at the top of my treat to me list ☺ so thank you Sue, the sales I had were all down to your tools and inspiration.
And this sample just shows what you do perfectly. Simple but so effective, both you and your designs really have opened up a different meaning to card making and bought out the talent of so many people round the globe. Now that's something to be proud of.
Sending you extra big hugs as a thank you for your help and just for being you ☺ xxx

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love the left align. Must try that.

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
A lovely and different use of your beautiful hexagon dies. Thank you for providing such wonderful inspiration. X

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful card, really lovely.


Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue, a lovely card to start the week and to cheer up a very wet Monday morning. Love the colours.

Love Rosemarie X X

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Lovely card. I especially like the flower. Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, Wow what a stunning card. Love the blue dusk card and the way you have used the hexagon, but the flower is wow, wow, wow. Just gorgeous.

Barbara V

Catherine Lyons said...

Morning Sue
A beautiful card and the flower wow!!love those hexagons.
Catherine V94 xx

Marion Scott said...

Beautiful card Sue, love the hexagon dies.
Marion S x

CHERYL Brown said...

Morning Sue,

A wow! card with those hexagons, the shade of blue is beautiful.

Thank you for the hug Pam, I'm sending a gurt bigun back to you (((((HUG)))))

Well this morning it is really wild, wet, windy and cold, the ideal conditions for a crafting day. Finished 62 batch cards last Sunday now onto the festive birthday cards.

If you have to travel in this weather, stay safe.
(((((HUGS))))) to all our poorly blog friends.

Love 7 hugs
Cheryl xxx

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and Friends,

Not content to be merely beautiful, your hexagons also perform in an unusual arrangement, and it works!

Stephanie Cotterill isn't the only one who feels that way. You've inspired so many acts of beauty, kindness, thoughtfulness and love to be shared all over the world. And like Stephanie said, you've brought out the talent of so many of your fans. That's a lot! It boggles!

Thank you, Wilsonettes, for caring.

Maureen, I'm glad you're a friend to Maureen. Especially this time of year. We all need to keep ourselves well.

Pam, will you freeze those cakes?


Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
What a very elegant & unusual way of using the hexagon dies. Yvonne xx

Krafty Runner x said...

Hi Sue,

Very creative card this morning, it's always good to experiment, most of my best cards happen by chance that way! LOL

Krafty Runner x

carol edwards said...

Hello Sue, love the flowers they are so effective. Hexagon dies look so good on today's card. X

Marleine Rayner said...

Hi Sue,

I can’t remember how many years I have been following you, but, you never cease to amaze and delight me with your cards.

Yet again another beautiful card. Xx

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
Wow what a stunning card today, I just love how pretty these hexicans are and don't they look gorgeous offset like that. Very effective. I must say the flower is gorgeous today too, stamping it first gives so much detail to it. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today. I must say your idea of a lazy weekend and mine are completely different! My daughter names various pieces of equipment, Lenny the laptop for example and takes huge delight in finding puns for things like the name of the wifi! We had quite a laugh when we stayed with her over just these simple things! Xxx
Donita Pams cakes will be a lovely moist rich fruit cake which is a traditional Christmas cake here. You make it in advance so it matures and 'feed' it with alcohol so it tastes heavenly. You then cover it with marzipan and icing towards Christmas Day. It's something we look forward to each year in our house, it may last until January but it's a real treat. Xxx
Tracey sending hugs xxx

Owlish said...

I think this card is gorgeous lovely colours
and that embossing folder really sets it off

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - I really love the way you put the hexagons together and offset them as it makes such an unusual card and the flower is simply gorgeous. Thank you for another great sample. Sending best wishes

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card i must get these Hexagon dies as they do make a statement .

Trixi is posing to be a problem ,after 2 hrs working on her she decided to play up even more , she didnt keep switching off but the screen started rolling and wouldnt stop , but hey ho Johns friend is persistent and carried on trying bless him, but sadly we still have some of the same problems so its a bit hit n miss at the moment .

Donita ,You are doing a great job making us all aware .xx

Pam I started calling her Trixi because of all the tricks she seemed to be playing on me , shuddering, no capitol letter working ,giving me a blank screen , scrolling down when i was pressing the up key ,and so it goes on LOL i think i have a gremlin in it somewhere .
Sounds like you had a busy productive weekend ,hope your week goes well .

Well my friends i will try to catch up with you all today if i can .
Sending hugs to all
Elaine H X

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card.
B xx

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Beautiful card. Love everything about it - design, colours,embellishments - the lot!
Off to gym now, so sending love and hugs to all early,Alison xxx

val jones said...

Love this card Sue. So want the hexagons.
Love Val in Spainxxx

hettygarlick said...

Lovely card. I really love the hexagons.

cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Wow! Today's card is stunning! Your hexagon dies are one of my most 'go to' set because they are so versatile. They always look gorgeous no matter what way you use them. I love your leaves they look so delicate I use them all the time, and your flowers are gorgeous as usual.
Hugs x
Heather T

June Horrocks said...

What a beauty today sue very elegant and so pretty the colours you have chosen and the dies wow!!!!!
Thank you sue
Love always June Horrocks xxxxxx

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue!
Hope you are well,a stunning card. Love the blue dusk card and the way you have used the hexagon.
Love Marg

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Love this card . love Jean Z xxxxx

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. Ohhhh I just love this card. This is a must for me to have a go at. And aren't I the lucky I won the other set of these on Sue,s September launch.... which I am sure will look as good made up like this. I have a project to finish first but I can't wait to give this a try. Well done again Sue and I totally agree with Stephanie.... you give so much inspiration to us all. Where would we be without you. Please keep up the good work. Thankyou. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Those hexagons look wonderful offset like that - such a simple idea but so effective although I have to admit that it's not helping me to decide which of the three sets I need first - I keep changing my mind as I can't afford all three at once!...

Donita - thank you for the feedback - this DEAF1 sounds awful - I feel so sorry for that poor girl and her mum trying to raise funds to help her daughter - perhaps her doctor can get some research facility interested as the condition is so rare...but I'm guessing this story will not have a happy ending.


Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
A beautiful card this morning. I love the way you have placed the Hexagons.
I only have one set at the moment but that may change sometime soon!!!
Lesley S x

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Love the card, I have treated myself to this set of dies, I need the plain one now, they are on my wish list.

gwen70 said...

Wonderful card Sue

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. What a really lovely card today, but then I am a bit biased as I love the hexagon shape so much. Love the colours that you have chosen too.


Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card today, very unusual design.

Jess Watson said...

Morning gorgeous card, I like how you have offset the hexagons, gives a totally new look.
I’m sorry I was AWOL yesterday, it was the last day for our scrapbook crop for this year, we had a lovely little party, crackers and lots of nibbles.
Take care everyone, Jess xx

Lynne L said...

Good morning Sue Beautiful card the hexagon dies are gorgeous they are on my wishlist
Pam you had a busy weekend making all those cakes I made my Christmas cake last week &felt quite pleased with myself just making one so well done you!
Well said Stephanie I totally agree with you Sue is such an inspiration to us all I love my crafting days they bring music to my soul & it's all thanks to Sue and her wonderful dies!
Wishing you all a lovely day

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue gorgeous card once again Sue ,love the colour, design and everything about
This one.
VCCumbria xx

Crafty Cruiser said...

Gorgeous card. Anyone under the weather couldn’t fail to be lifted with this beauty!
Doreen R

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
I absolutely adore the hexagons and love the way you'e arranged them. Together with the cluster, who would not get better when they receive this card :-)
It's gorgeous.
Hugs, Rose

Jackie Trinder said...

Hi Sue your card is stunning those dies are gorgeous. I love visiting your blog for all the inspiration. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
I am liking today’s card very imaginative I have these dies but have not had time to play as yet I hope you are well Sue and are looking forward to Christmas
Pam I will echo your comments as you always do them so so well
My usual hugs and well wishes to you all
Theresa G xx

Lynda Mellor said...

Good morning Sue, just the pick me up I need when I'm feeling under the weather!!! Off sick today : ( and your card has put a smile on my face!!!
I too agree with Stephanie!!! Bless you!!!
Have a good one!!!
Loopy Lyndaxxx

Margaret Rogers said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card
Margaret x

Heather Rogers said...

Good Morning Sue

This is a lovely way to use hexagons very effective.

Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a beautiful card. Lovely colours and dies and I love the flower, it is so pretty.

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
A lovely card today. Love how you've used the hexagons.

ursula said...

An absolutely stunning card, love this idea..I have just ordered three sets of hexagons, black Friday offer, so not too bad, so will give this idea a try...thank you Sue, love them....luv Ursula xx

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a pretty card and the blue dusk card is such a lovely shade. The Pinwheel Flower stamp is unusual and really adds that something extra, I should maybe sneak it onto my Christmas list. The Pinwheel Floral dies are already on the list along with all of the hexagons and several others. I would like to see a 'Hope you' stamp as I think 'Feel Better Soon' sounds too much like an instruction or command but that is probably just me being fussy :-)


Jeannie Donnelly said...

Great card! Xx

CraftyJo said...

Gorgeous :)

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

Lovely hexagonal beauty today. The colours used and the different placing makes for a really fresh and different card.

Love Helen xxx

Viki Banaszak said...

This card is very pretty. I love the colors.

Rosemary Stickland said...

Lovely card!
Rosemary xx

Tressa said...

Like the ways in which the hexagons dies have been used. If the blue had been used alone, it would have looked quite flat. But, with the black behind it rally gives dimension.


Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Stunning card today, love the hexagons stacked to the left for a really different look.

Pam echoing you and sending special hugs to all who need one especially our Tracy

Love Pat

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I am so hoping these are in my Christmas stocking they are beautiful.My mum has a birthday on new years day so I am holding off making it because you have made some beautiful cards using these dies.
Like everyone else you are my inspiration and I realised that because of you I have an even deeper bond with my granddaughters we have such fun crafting and making no i pods or phones we just have fun so thank you

Jean said...

So pretty!

P Austen said...

Gorgeous card to start the week. Love the pinwheel flowers. I really must invest in those adorned hexagons. They look fabulous. Hugs xx Pauline


Absolutely stunning card Sue. Thanks for the inspiration x

scrAPpamondo said...

Amazing card!! Love this die set, these hexagon frames are outstanding!

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous card Sue
Gr Karin

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
I love everything about this card,
The hexagon frames are very cleverly used,
the colour is my favourite blue.
And the beautiful flower and foliage are absolutely superb.
Thank you can tell I really like it.
Big hugs Brenda XXX

Vie Carter said...

What a clever way to use these dies, must try this


Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, I love the hexagon dies and they look gorgeous on this card.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Lovely Card. I do love the Hexagon dies and the how you have placed them. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

sharon casey said...

Afternoon Sue and all the Wilsonettes
What a gorgeous card today I have these dies so will try this out.

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

Have a good day all
Love to all

Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
I Love Opening Your Outstanding Blog As You Share Tremendous Cards Plus
Your Fantastic Video Tutorials Which Give Us So Many Great Hints/Techniques
Products Used In Today’s Card:-
“Creative Expression Coconut White/Blue Dusk/Black Foundation Card”
“Creative Expression Cosmic Shimmer Specialists Dries Clear Acrylic Glue”
“Creative Expression Mounting Foam”
“Creative Expression Aztec Embossing Folder Designed By Sue Wilson”
“Creative Expression Self Adhesive Flat Backed White Pearls”
“Creative Expression Thin White Satin Ribbon 🎀”
“Creative Expression Pinwheel Floral Stamp”
“Tim Holtz Stormy Sky Distress Ink”
Star’s ✨In Today’s Card:-
“Sue Wilson’s Classic Adorned Hexagon Die Set” (From The Noble Collection 10 Cutting Dies)
“Sue Wilson’s Stitched Flags Die Set” (From The Frames/Tags Collection 8 Cutting Dies)
“Sue Wilson’s Pinwheel Floral Die Set” (From The Finishing Touches Collection 8 Cutting Dies)
You Started Today’s Extremely Beautiful Card With A Piece Of White Card Which You Embossed Using
The Aztec Embossing Folder, Then You Cut Out The Outer Decorative Die From The Classic Adorned Hexagon Noble
Die Set Out Of Both The Blue Dusk/Black So You Could Offset The Black Behind The Dusky Blue Then You Glued This
To Your Embossed Background, You Cut Out The Next Section Of The Die In The Same Manner, But Attached
The Left Sides Of The Frame On Top Of The First One To Offset The Entire Frame.
You Cut The Next Section Down In Same Way All Three Frames Plus Their Black Shadows Were Lined Up At The Left
Corner Then You Glued Them Onto Your Embossed Background You Placed Your Embossed Background To A Piece
Of White Famous/Signature/Piercing Plus A Dusky Blue/Black/White Mat/Layer Using Mounting Foam.
You Stamped Your Sentiment Then Cut It Using A Stitched Edge Die Lightly Inking The Edges Using The Stormy Sky
Distress Ink, Then You Created Your Phenomenal Flower By Stamping The Exceptional Pinwheel Floral Die Out Of
Black Ink, Then You Cut This Out Using The Pinwheel Floral Die You Inked The Edges With Stormy Sky Distress Ink
Sue, Then You Created A Magical 3 .D. Flower, Placing This Onto A Ribbon Which You Used Thin White Satin Ribbon
Adding Pearls Here/There.......................
Just A Magnificent/Phenomenal Card Thank You For Sharing Today’s Extremely Exquisite Card
Card Size (Eight/Quarter Inches x Eight/Quarter Inches)
Sue Take Great Care My Wonderful Dear Friend
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs 🤗
Love From Sam xxx

Pawprintx4 said...

This card is wonderful and I have those pinwheel stamps as I adore that flower set. I have used the dies a lot since I got them but as yet, not the stamps and I am so excited after seeing it on your card. Love the off set hexagons also. Very effective.
Pam, you certainly had a fun, productive weekend. Elaine, sorry Trixi is still tricking you. Donita, I also looked up DEAF1 and as Pam said, not a lot of info. Hope it stays rare and unknown but am so sorry this family has had so much stress besides dealing with the condition.
Everyone have a great Monday to begin your week,
Stephanie K

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Hi Sue,

What a beautiful card, love the hexagons and everything about this card.

Sue I have been out of action for several months due to hand surgery. Today was
the day I chose to come online, and glad I did to see such a lovely card and the greeting suited me.

I still cannot make cards as I have one hand in plaster, but have spent the whole day so far looking through the comments and all your beautiful cards that I have missed. Thank you for filling in my day.

love and hugs Dorothy from Baldock

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Beautiful card love the way you have laid out the hexagon shapes.


Annx without an "e"

Chris Curry said...

Am just back from a weekend with my friend Joan. Had a lovely time, but forgot my iPad so just seeing your cards now. As usual I like them all. Thank you Sue, have a good week. Xx

sued99 said...

Such a pretty card. X

barbara macaskill said...

Loving how you placed the layers on this beautiful card! TFS!

Scottydog said...

Love the concept of this card, seem to remember you doing something similar with ovals. So effective. Would like to echo Stephanie's comments today. She has a lovely way with words! Thank you Sue!

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Love the colour combo and a great way to use the hexagons differently - love it....

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
Fab card!!.....I’ve fallen in love with all of the hexagons!! What a great way to display them on your card!!

CCM said...

Hi Sue,
Love the design, the colors, the dies sets you have used, the EF ... love everything about this card. Thank you for the inspiration.

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

karenlotty said...

Pretty card and I love the colours

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

What a pretty card today, do like the hexagons!

Heather R Oxfordshire

Anne said...

Love this card, Sue.

Anne (Northampton)

Karen M said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card,I like the way you have laid out the hexagon's & lovely colour's ,
Best wishes
Karen M

Karen M said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card,I like the way you have laid out the hexagon's & lovely colour's ,
Best wishes
Karen M

pinky said...

That is so beautifully unusual Sue. Love how you used the shape dies and the flower is truly pretty!

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue!
The Hexagon Dies are one of the most popular sets you have designed.

Di said...

Hi Sue,
Very elegant card, love the hexagon dies and the way you assembled them, lovely flower too.
Di B.x

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Sue,
The hexagon dies are fabulous and the way they've been offset really makes them "pop".
Pam your idea of resting made me laugh. Making 4 Christmas Cakes with all that entails, and a circular mixed media sounds pretty busy to me!
Littlelamb, well done at the fair.
Donita, you have no idea how lovely our group are, and Myra is just Myra. She puts up with an awful lot, especially from me and, as you say, we all need our friends. I am so lucky that these ladies came into my life, plus a few others. I'm hoping Pam will send me a food parcel with one of those cakes ha ha.
Diane, I'm the only one in the family who eats Christmas cake, so mine lasts until June, lovely with an apple or a piece of cheese - or even better both ha ha.
Elaine, do what Saba suggests and give Trixi a slap. A letter often doesn't print on mine, usually because there's a crumb in the keyboard lol. Hope everyone is keeping well.
Alimecca, hope you enjoyed the gym, is that possible?
Fluffycat Francis, that's a brilliant idea. A "Hope you" stamp could be added to lots of our standard sentiments.
Tracy sending love.
Carmen, has there been lots of news on Canadian TV about Price Harry and Megan?
love to all our missing or poorly friends.
Maureen (friend of Myra) xxxx

Theresa Pace said...

love the idea of the offset hexagons. works really well, hugs xx

Eunice said...

A very different card Sue, one that really makes a statement!! The Hexagon dies are perfect!

Littlelamb said...

A beautiful card Sue and just came on the right day. A lovely friend of mine had an operation today and am waiting for news. This is just the sort of card I need for her. Thank you. Pam you really must try your Industrial Chic dies you will love them. Like the sound of your Mixed Media canvas. What have you put on it? Would love to see it. Echoing your comments today. Elaine sorry to hear that Trixie hasn't been fixed yet. Hope it gets fixed soon. How are you getting on with the Gemini. Mine is working overtime at the moment. Hugs for all who need them.

Tres said...

Hi Sue. Ooooh this is a fabulous card !!! I do love the look of that blue dusk foundations card. Your colour combo is lovely. I am still playing with all my wonderful Hexagon die sets. ( in between making Christmas cards.) I am definitely going to have a go at making my own version of your fab card. I love the background EF you have used. I think your Pinwheel Flower dies are very pretty. I am surprised to see you making a flower today with the matching stamp to your pinwheel flowers as I did not know the matching stamp even existed !!! Another one to add to my Christmas wish list !!! Thank you for sharing your fabulous card. Lots of love to you Sue from Tres x x x

Lots of love to everyone from Tres x x x

Betty McAlister said...

Hi Sue. Gorgeous card, love it. xx

BenteS said...

Beautiful card.
Love the way you have used the hexagon dies here :))

djones from k said...

No one could help but feel better after receiving
this lovely card. The blue is one of my favourites!!

Doreen x

djones fro k said...

No one could help but feel better after
receiving this lovely card!!

Doreen x

Marie from Longridge said...

Another beautiful creation Sue. I love everything about this card and just wish I had even a hundreth of the talent that you have.
I also love reading all the comments which takes up a lot of my mornings as I have to use a double magnifier to read them. I'm way behind with my cardmaking but hope to get all my overseas ones finished today..
Love and hugs to all.
Marie P.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Love the eay you offset the hexagons rather than centralised them, gorgeouss card

Beryl Treble said...

Beautiful card.

Craftychris said...

All I can say is stunning, stunning, stunning! xxx