Thursday, 2 November 2017

Ransom Note Birthday

Hi bloggers!  Our first sentiment die of the autumn release is up first today.  While it is part of the Expressions category, it was designed to work well with the Industrial Chic collection.  The goal for this one was to be a bit quirky, hence the ransom note design with the mixed fonts.  It can easily be cut apart to be used in one line or two lines and you may have noticed it on the Industrial Chic Frame and Tag sample done that way.  I think this one will be a real go to for your male oriented cards in the future.  If you would like to be included in this drawing, just leave me a comment on this post.  I would love to hear what you think of the launch so far!  The next blog post has been scheduled for 12 noon today.  I hope to see you back here then!  All for now, Sue x
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39 comments:

Beryl Treble said...

Lovely card.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
I love your new fun Happy Birthday die.
Véronique L

Arlyn(O) said...

Beautiful fun die. Arlyn

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Fab die and post - couldn't see the working with the industrial dies, but now seeing it on a card - is another want....

Janet Wilson said...

Nice but different Happy Birthday die, love the way it can be cut apart.

Janet Wilson in Menston

Owlish said...

Hi SUE
wow this card is gorgeous absolutely stunning and loving these dies

JOY Xx

Maria Alder said...

Hi Sue and everyone.
Can never have to many Happy Birthday dies and this is one
I would love to have for the men. Love the card you made with
the train coming out of the paper,brilliant.

Sending hugs to you all and some extras for the ones who like some,
Maria x

ursula said...

Oh just love this new sentiment die...quite unusual and a stunning card...a very different idea...thank you..luv Ursula xx

TDQ Karen said...

Very unusual and individual love it x

Narrowboat girl said...

Love the different fonts used in this die Sue

karen keen said...

Hi Sue
Another fabulous card. I love the die. Very quirky.
Love
Karen in Telford xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue
I think this sentiment die is just great, suitable for all different type of cards. Love the card too, another unusual background. I love how the train is bursting out of your card!
Lesley S x
West Sussex

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Love this unusual birthday sentiment.
Beverley W

Nanny Jo said...

My goodness, Sue...your cards are getting quirkier by the day! I love the 'Happy Birthday' die....but I love even more the train bursting out of the backing paper!! Truly inspired!!
Nanny Jo N Ireland

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Love this sentiment die and card. Thanks for sharing.
Hugs.

Eunice (Canada) said...

Such an interesting card Sue, so much going on. Love the Happy Birthday die something very different!!!

Pawprintx4 said...

I spotted this die yesterday. I love the mixed mixed lettering and the size of the die makes it a focal on its own.
Pam, Elaine has the plan but until then take your union rep and daughter and don't let this old biddy upset you.
Donita, I am assuming...positive thoughts, that you have lights, water, warmth etc. Yes, the poor Puerto Ricans. I can not imagine going so long in such disastrous conditions.
Everyone enjoy NEC. I would love to be able to go to all the craft shows/fairs you all have. I think you live in a special crafty country.
Stephanie K
SC/USA

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Fabulous card loving the train coming out of the background.

The Happy Birthday sentiment is so nice something a little bit different.

Hugs Annx without an "e"

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Great card, love the sentiment

graham Brand said...

Fantastic sentiment! Am always looking for something different.

Barbara said...

Beautiful card Sue!
Great sentiment.

MariaM said...

I love the mixed fonts in the "Happy Birthday" die and the train die bursting out of the backing paper. Loving the new releases.

Saba said...

Hello Sue,
Love this die, if ever a sentiment die could be said to be versatile its this one. Your background is amazing, the train looks like it's coming out of the page. Fabulous Sue, well done.
I'm on catch-up so will comment on today's goings on later!
Love and hugs for all
Saba xxx

Dawn Holben said...

This is definately quirky and I love it. So different and would be fab as I don't have many sentiment dies and this
I can see me using a lot.

Cathie Weary said...

Love sentiment dies and love this die. I would use it a great deal. Love the quirky look.

Latenight SandyH said...

Such an interesting background for this card. Love the style of this die which will be so useful.
Take care everyone.

Judith Tucker said...

Lovely sentiment die. Love the background too

Jomada-Dawn said...

A fun sentiment die - and what a great card. I like how the train is steaming right out of the page and I look forward to seeing a step by step for this one please!
Jomada-Dawn

Laura O' Connor said...

Really like this die birthday sentiments are always so useful. Laura O Springfield

Denise Bryant said...

Very fun die!
Denise in CA.

SueJ said...

Great Happy Birthday die, different to others I have seen.
Sue James.

Helen Bell said...

Hi Sue and everyone

I do like this bold funky Happy Birthday font used on the die. It doesn’t have to be used with steampunk either which is good for me as I’m not really into it. Looks great with the dragonflies.

Love Helen xxx

Judi Szyndrowski said...

Did I mention the 17th is my birthday? Winning this great die would be kismet.

Pattyb said...

Such a great Happy Birthday die! Awesome for kids and masculine cards! Love your card!
Hugs, Pattyb

Craftcornucopia said...

Great for teen and male recipients.

Diane in Wales

Tracy Stitt said...

Hi sue

I’m really loving these cards. And u can never have too many happy birthday dies xx

Craftychris said...

Cool card and I love the mixed font sentiment! Craftychris in Bournemouth xxx

Elaine Ann said...

Hi Sue

I love the fonts you have used on this happy birthday very quirky and very useful.
With Best Wishes

Elaine Ann

Anonymous said...

I'm always looking for versatile Happy Birthday dies, and this one is perfect - love it!! Judy from Prosser