Friday, 8 December 2017

Christmas Double Day

Hello crafters!  The time for the double days is quickly starting to dwindle, only a few more left to go.  Two different styles for today's choices though.  First up is a gold and black card with a very elegant feel to it.  I cut several of the Lattice Ribbon die in both gold mirror card and black card, extending the lengths on both of them for the centre panels.  Next I backed each of them with the same colour card and attached them onto another card in a diagonal fashion.  I trimmed the card edges once attached.  I cut the sentiment from the Gingerbread Man die set in gold mirror card and glued it in the upper corner.  I added a large floral element in the opposite corner using the Classic Poinsettia and the Holly Swirl die sets.  On the poinsettias, I frosted the edges with gold Glitter Kiss before assembling them.  Gold, white and black mats and layers were used to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are 7 1/2" x  9" in size.  Scroll down for card number two.







Card number two features the Poinsettia Star and checker board border.  I cut the Poinsettia Checker board border three times out of coconut white card.  I backed each of them with Ruby Red card and attached them to another piece of white card with mounting foam.  For the Poinsettia Star, I cut it in white first.  Next I embossed it into red card so the design showed and then hand cut around the flowers and glued them underneath the flowers on the white die cut.  I added a black backing to make the entire design pop out then added it to the centre of the background with mounting foam.  I cut two of the Holly Swirls in white and added parts of them to the upper and lower corners of the star as an accent.  The finished dimensions are 7"x  7 3/4" in size.  All for now, Sue x










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107 comments:

Pam said...

Oh I do love two-fear Fridays, both lovely cards but No1 wins it for me this week, sumptuous .
So Maureen is Matron now, George you had better not crease those sheets and do what you were to,d. Maureen did you used to be in Nursing.
Myra, thanks for keep us updated and also on Saba too, she will be looking forward to seeing her grandchildren again.
Little lamb, what a disaster. Hope the power is back in for you waking.
Yvonne, you are doing well, keep those posts coming, size is not important . Hooe you are feeling a little better.
Donita, hope you are not doing too much, take care please.
Rosemarie, I'll take one of those extra hugs, December to January has painful memories for me, thanks Hun .
Elaine, your friend us kind to let you keep blogging. Hope Andrew doing better.
June your craft group sounds so much fun, enjoy your Christmas lunch next week. Our team lunch is next Thursday so iff Tues We'd fir next two weeks.
Daily hugs to all, keep warm and well. Sharon hooe you are enjoying Cyprus. Thinking of all poorly and missing friends and particularly those caught up in the Califirnian fires, so very frightening.

Heather Rogers said...

Good Morning Sue

Another two lovely cards and I love the Glittered edges to the Poinsettia petals they are beautiful.

Have a great day

Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Good Morning Sue
You have two very different cards again today.I really don't think I can choose a favourite. I love them both.
Jan x

Stephanie Cotterill said...

Morning Sue. Two most delightful gorgeous luxurious samples for today if these don't add a warm winters glow to thaw our frozen Friday then nothing will, I usually have one that is slightly ahead but defiantly not today. It's actually bought it home to me just how much I've missed out on buying some of the 2017 festive collection and I'm kind of dad, but it's not like they are retired after the festive season is over so I'll have to save up like crazy in the new year to allow me to 'catch up' with a few, I'm seething as I still wait for my Snow Globe and little inserts, and I'm certain my Gingerbread guys have been held hostage ! Never again will I be disloyal to my shop I'd rather keep her business alive than internet shop - cheapest isn't always best !!
Sorry about that Sue, rant over and hugs in the post xxx

Jan Jay said...

Hi sue, both of these are stunning, think the black and gold is my favourite its stunning love the glitter kiss on the poinsettias' x

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, the cards for today's double day are just gorgeous, I love both designs and the colours. Hopefully I can get some of my Christmas cards finished this weekend. Have a great day everyone. Bx

Nancy Soetaert said...

Don't know which one i love most, two totally different styles, but both are awesome!
Nancy

Kitty Davies said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you two beautiful cards, both could be adapted to other cards.
Take care and keep warm Kitty.
My heart goes out to all who are caught up in the widfires.

Clare W said...

GM Sue. Love the first card. Fabulous!

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all. Two amazing cards this morning , I do find it hard to pick which one I like the best on Fridays as we know a lot work goes into your cards. I do like the finishing touches with the Poinsettia on the first card .
I love how you have used checker board on the second card, its has your style.
Crafty hugs and well wishes to all.
Wendy

hazel young said...

Beautiful cards Sue xx hazel

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
Two super designs, can't decide which one is my favourite. X

TDQ Karen said...

Two super cards difficult to choose think number 1 has the edge

PharmacyMichele said...

Two beautiful Christmas cards, I really like the second one. That’s my favourite.

Michele

P Austen said...

Morning Sue, two gorgeous cards today, love them both; the elegance of the black and gold on)e and the style of the checkerboard one. Hugs xx Pauline

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue. I love Fridays, but it is so hard to choose. I think if forced I would go for number two. Having said that they are both beautiful.

Love Rosemarie X X

Clai01 said...

Very hard decision today but slightly favouring number 2, the black and gold one is great also
and love both cards a lot x

Sandy G said...

Hi Sue
Two lovely cards but No. 1 is my favourite. It’s so classy and elegant and the poinsettias are gorgeous! Thanks for sharing.
Have a great day everyone and keep warm!!! Brrr! ☃️
Hugs.

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Two luxurious cards today with the second one being a bit more modern. I love the poinsettias with first card too. Yvonne xx

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
Two beautiful cards, hard to choose a favourite but I love stained glass so will pick number 2.
B xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, two lovely cards this morning. I think the first one is my favourite today.

Barbara V

Donita Naylor said...

Dear Sue and Double-Happy Crafters,

Woohoo and Woohoo! I like the first card best, but only by a smidge. Maybe more than a smidge because I like it even though I don't have the Lattice ribbon. I like how the gold on gold and black on black give you such different effects. I do, however, have everything for the second card except the poinsettia star. Perhaps, and I'm ducking as I say this, it could use a little less poinsettia. Perhaps one of the other stars would shine in that role.

Hi Princess! Hi Matron!

Stephanie Pawprintx4, it does sound like you're on track to enjoy yourself. Perhaps your guests would enjoy decorating the tree.

I stayed home again today and slept. The only way I can get anything done is after everyone's gone, and the only way I can keep them from piling on the sandbags is to not be there.

And even though I had my oil furnace thoroughly cleaned and my chimney swept just two months ago, it acted up and now won't run. It wouldn't turn itself on automatically, so I had to press the restart button, and then it smoked and belched black soot. Now it won't run at all. So I left a message for the company and I'm running a little electric space heater in my room. It's doing an excellent job. Nice that my lack of heat is not caused by a lack of electricity.

Littlelamb, I hope your world is fully powered now.

Whoever it was who is thinking about paring her Christmas card list down from 150 cards, you have my respect for making, writing, addressing and sending so many. Respect and admiration. Well done!

Love and holiday huggles,
Donita



Beverly Fuchs said...

Hello Sue,

I always look forward to Friday's when we are treated to two of your fantastic cards. Today's cards are so different from one another. The one is elegant and sophisticated, even regal while the other is more whimsical and fun. Each have such detail and their own unique style. I do think my favorite is the gold and black.

Hope that you and everyone on the blog have a wonderful weekend.

Beverly

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and all Wilsonettes, so enjoy Friday double days and these 2 are gorgeous, not going to choose between them because they are both equal in their own way, elegant and classy.

Pam I reiterate all you have said above. It is my hubbies birthday today 69, yes I have myself a toy boy haha.

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

Marion Scott said...

Good morning Sue, two great Christmas cards today, each so different but I love them both.
Marion S x

carol edwards said...

Hello Sue, two lovely cards for such a cold frosty morning. X

Suemac said...

Two beautiful cards

hollyberry said...

Two beautiful cards ,as they always are. The first one is the winner for me today,love the frosty edges on the poinsettias.

hettygarlick said...

Two beautiful cards. I especially love the gold one.

Jacqui oakes-alcock said...

Both great cards Sue, the first one is my favourite I think it’s the colours.

margaret driscoll said...

Hello Sue!
I like both of these card the Poinsettias in the Star are pretty, thank you for your inspiration Sue!
Love Marg

Anne said...

I have used the poinsettia border for my family cards this year but I have to say that the first card is my favourite today.

Anne (Northampton)

Krafty Runner x said...

Hi Sue,

Two completely different cards this morning, first up, this gorgeous rich and sumptuous gold with poinsettias, very decadent. Then we have the bright star with poinsettias, that definitely adds the Merry into Christmas!!

Both fabulous cards!

Krafty Runner x

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Two stunning cards, I'll so miss double Christmas Fridays. Think my favourite this week is the first as the black and gold is just so elegant. Hugs to all. Sue xxx

Karen M said...

Morning Sue,
Happy Friday with two gorgeous cards,the red one just edges in front for me,but love the
way you have made the poinsettia's on the first card.
Best wishes
Karen M

Bluefairy4U said...

Good morning Sue, love both your cards. So different but love to see what you do. Big hugs and keep safe Jo xxx

Diane Green said...

Good morning Sue
Oh I love twofer Friday, both are beautiful cards today but I think number one has the edge today. I must have a look for the lattice die, it’s rather useful isn’t it. I apreciate the hard work that’s gone into the second card, paper piecing is lovely but you need lots of patience to do it. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today xxx
June happy birthday to your hubby xxx
Tracey and Elaine sending hugs.xxxx
Stay safe and warm everyone xxx

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue
Two beautiful cards todaybut number one has the edge love the glitter kiss on the Poinsettas .
Catherine V94 xx

Ann said...

Good Morning Sue. Two beautiful cards for today's double. The first is my favourite .... looks elegant and stylish. The second is lovely also and reminds me of Nordic patterns. I love the edging on the poinsettias. Must give the glitter kiss a try. Kind regards Ann Toppcards Leeds.

June Horrocks said...

Hi sue to stunners today love them both thank you so much
Love always
June Horrocks xxxxxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - two fantastic cards again today. Love them both but as much as I love poinsettias the first card is my favourite, it's just stunning. Thank you for yet more wonderful ideas, for next year now! Sending best wishes
YvonneMayxx

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Checked in to the blog this morning and up popped the black and gold stunner!!!...WOW!!..and the best bit is that I have all the dies to make it for myself so everything I've been working on up to now will be swept off the craft table onto the floor so I can get stuck into making this beauty...thank you Sue for this last-minute inspiration as I needed some ideas for my nearest and dearest - I've done all the 4" dinkies I'll need for this year and some spares too...

Love the red/white poinsettia checkerboard card too but the first card wins by a country mile today...

Izzy

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Two lovely card, I think the first one is so elegant.
Lydia
X

gwen70 said...

Two beautiful cards, but No.1 is my fave

Scottydog said...

Love Fridays when we get not one but two Sue Wilson masterpieces. While both are lovely number one is both stunning & stylish. Love the black on gold & that lattice die just has to go on the Christmas list! Thank you Sue.

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

Two totally different cards and I don't have a favourite they are both gorgeous in their own way.

Regards

Heather R Oxfordshire

Karen W said...

Wow this gold and black card is just fabulous, I may have to try and recreate this. I love the poinsettias on this one also, not sure what that gold edging is but I love it.

Lynne L said...

Good morning Sue Two gorgeous cards today I love your double days will miss them after Christmas I can't really choose a favourite today the first is very elegant & the second is so pretty!
June happy birthday to your hubby!
Donut a hope you get your heating sorted soon
Hope you are all managing to keep safe & warm in this winter weather
Sending good wishes to all

Owlish said...

Hi SUE
These 2 cards are really stunning love them l think going have to watch a video on how u done the poinsettia star how on earth do u get all ur ideas
JOY Xx

nattyboots said...

Hi Sue
WOW ! and WOW! again , i love both of todays Christmas cards Sue ,i could not choose a favorite .

Well mates i got Trixie back last night along with my right arm ,haha i hope she behaves well now .

June Happy Birthday to your Hubby , Are you making him breakfast this morning ? xx

Donita hope you get your oil heater fixed soon, i had Sanctury out 2 months ago as our radiator was not working properly the man twiddled with the knob ,said it was okay now and left ,i recalled them 3 weeks ago as we still had a problem the second man twiddled with the thermastat and left , I got back to them last week as still had the same problem ,Yesterday a man took off the knobs and said the heating will remain on now until we can get back to you to freeze the pipes then we can sort it out ,well as you can guess we have gone from being very cold to being cooked , this option is really not the answer i will be phoning them again today .

Maureen i hope George is feeling better , poor man having you for Matron Killer Ooops so sorry Matron Killen .xx

Pam sending you big hugs ,hope you are feeling less stressed now , Andrew feels a little better today and having the scan tomorrow .

Thank you all for your kind messages i will be able to catch up on all posts now that Trixie is well again , i am away to the DRs now just for blood tests .

Take care all and sending lots of Hugs.
Elaine H X


fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, a lovely two-fer today. I love the Poinsettia border and have used it on lots of my cards but the first card is stunning and wins for me today, it is sumptuous and flashy and not the sort of card I would normally go for so I think it must be the beautiful poinsettias that make it for me. I invested in some Glitter Kiss in several colours and I am so glad that I did. It is so easy to use and the effect on vellum is stunning.

Frosty and very cold today so keep warm everyone and Elaine and Donita I hope you get your heating sorted soon.

Frances

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Two beautiful cards, the first one is stunning. I have this die but never thought of extending it to put on the diagonal.
The second one is so unusual, I love it.
x

stitchingranny said...

Two beautiful cards this morning Sue. Love them both but something about the star one draws me too it. I think it is because as well as being more unusual its the fresh look the colours give to it.

Hugs Helen xx

Deb E Isle of Wight said...

Both lovely but the gold and black is simply stunning and I think it is right up there will my all time favourite Sue posts...

Rose in Chester said...

Oh WOW Sue, they are both absolute wowsers, but the first one is amongst my absolute favourites. So elegant and I love gold and black anyway. It's got a real art deco feel to it, absolutely divine.
The second is also a stunner, but there is no way do I have the time at the moment to do all the work required to make the poinsettia star as beautiful as yours.
Hugs, Rose

Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, two beautiful Christmas cards. The first is my favourite. It is so elegant with the gold and black. I love the corner flourish with the poinsettias.

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Sue
Wow, two fantastic cards today. Love them both. Great black and gold card, but like the red and white as well.

rolfi said...

Good morning Sue,
both cards are beautiful... But my favourite is the first one.
I love black and gold together.
Rolf xxx

Anonymous said...

Another two beautiful Christmas offerings Sue.. Don't have to choose which is my fav as I adore both.
VCCumbria xx

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
Two beautiful cards and I love them both. It's snowing here so I think I will go and finish the last of Christmas cards, just five more to make.

Sending love and hugs to everyone with extra special ones for Tracy and Elaine and Andrew
Pat

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Oh I do like double days number one pips it for me I love ❤️ floral number two is beautiful too.
I am running a bit late as I had a Dr appointment and now need to go food shopping passed my cold on to hubby although I am still made up with it It's taking some shifting
Right no time to feel sorry for myself and I send my usual good wishes and hugs to all
Take care folks
Theresa G xx

Kate's Cards said...

Two great cards but for me the red one has the edge. xxx

doreenj said...


How can anyone choose between these cards?? I would
be very pleased to receive either!!!




Doreen x

Ann said...



Hi Sue

Two stunning Christmas cards love them both.

Hugs

Annx without an "e"

Evis M said...

Hi Sue,
As I said previously I thought that I had
completed all my cards for Christmas.
Wrong again!!!!
I just love both of these cards, they are just so lovely.
Regards,
Evis M.

Rosemary Stickland said...

Two gorgeous cards, thanks for the inspiration.
Rosemary xx

Crafty Cruiser said...

Two really lovely cards. The first is my favourite because of its sheer elegance.
Doreen R

Lynn Dalby said...

Hello Sue.

Two Beautiful Cards. Great dies. I love the elegance and luxury of the first. The second is so pretty, with a couple of changes I think it will make a lovely Birthday Card for my Daughter. Thanks for sharing.

Best wishes

Craftychris said...

The first one is gorgeously opulent and the second is wonderful! xxx

Brenda Lello said...

Hello Sue,
What a fantastic treat for us today, a two fer Friday, now that is a special weekend treat.

Both of these cards are gorgeous, but I have to admit I love the elegance of the first one.

Thank you so much for sharing this with us, love and hugs Brenda XXX

KarinsArtScrap said...

it's a gorgeous and elegant card and a very beautiful card Sue
Gr Karin

Littlelamb said...

Two beautiful cards Sue. Love both of them and cannot choose between the two. Yes Pam and Donita I have power again. Thank goodness. Wasted a lot of time last night so now trying to catch up. Elaine its good to hear that you have Trixie back. Hope she now behaves herself. Echoing your comments today Pam. Hugs for all who need them. Must get on.

CraftyJo said...

They are both beautiful :)

Jean said...

So elegant!

Suzzette Yandle said...

I really like your elegant black and gold card. Thank you for sharing your ideas. You are always inspiring me.

barbara macaskill said...

The second card is full of fun and happiness but the first one took my breath away! Absolutely stunning and elegant! I would frame it and keep it out all year round! TFS!

Jackie Trinder said...

Hello Sue your Christmas cards are gorgeous. I do love Christmas double days you get double the inspiration. Have a great weekend. Take care. Hugs Jackie

granny sue said...

Hi Sue. Two lovely and very different cards. SueL x

Princess Pixie! said...

Hi Sue
I couldn't possibly choose a favourite. They are so different but both absolutely beautiful x
Hello and hugs right back to everyone who said hello to me - read comments but at moment sticking with being brief!
Hoping to speak to Laine tomorrow evening x
Love and hugs to all x
Crafty hugs
PP
Yvonne x

Vie Carter said...

love both cards

Vie
x

sued99 said...

I absolutely love the first card but find the second one a bit busy. X

karenlotty said...

Both cards are gorgeous My favourite is the black and gold

Tressa said...

Two lovely cards. They are so different that I find it difficult to decide which I prefer.

Teresa

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Wow love them both equally today

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Two lovely cards but I think the first one is simply stunning.
Hope everyone is managing to stay safe and warm. It's been a lovely bright day here today but VERY cold!
Sending love and hugs to all, Alison xxx

Narrowboat girl said...

2 lovely cards Sue but no.1 most definitely has my vote.

CCM said...

Hi Sue,
Two lovely cards for Christmas Double Day, second one being my favourite just because I have Poinsettia Checker board border (I tried it yesterday … beautiful). If the first one wins the elegance category, the second one wins the cheerful category. Both are beautiful in their own way. Thank you for the inspiration.

Have a great weekend dear Willsonets,
Still a newbie to Craft / not longer the newest, or the only across the pond Wilsonette
Carmen-Dorothy

Di said...


Hi Sue,
Two very different but beautiful cards today, love the gold and the red/white card too, they are both very elegant.
Cheers,
Di B.x
Tasmania.

ursula said...

Absolutely love both these cards...number one is my best...thanks Sue...luv Ursula xx

Barbara said...

Two gorgeous cards!
The gold one just has the edge for me as it is so elegant and I love the lattice background.

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
Once again a brilliant Friday twofer! So much inspiration! The first one is my favourite if you were asking me to chooose! This years’s Christmas Dies have been gorgeous! It’s ok I have a whole collection over several years but there have been so many lovely ones this time!
I have thoroughly enjoyed using them all! They all work well together. Thanks Sue!
I do hope you have no family or friends in California! It’s really awful looking at the scenes on television of the dreadful fires and I’m glad that the One in Control isn’t me! My thoughts and prayers are with all those involved!
Matron Maureen is doing well! I haven’t managed to speak to her patient yet!!!
Trixie has returned home Elaine - good news! I do hope all goes well for Andrew! He is a real trouper! You are too! Take care my dear!
Yvonne - it’s lovely to see you Posting! Give my love to Laine , please! You are both such fun and are missed!
Pam - the least we can do is keep you up to date as you do such a sterling job keeping us up to date !! Have a nice short week!
June - I couldn’t cope with a Toy Boy!!! Lol! Happy Birthday to your lovely supportive husband!
Love to all, Myra ( Friend of Maureen! ) xxx

DeCor said...

Wow two really strikingly different cards today. Yes still making a few cards so thank you for more inspiration!

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
Two gorgeous cards, so very different , and love them both. The first one is very striking and the second one uses two of my favourite Christmas dies, the Holly Swirl and the Chequer Board Border.
Lesley S x

Dorothy Macdonald said...

Good evening Sue

Two stunning cards, the gold one is my first choice but I also like the second card, red is for Christmas.

We have certainly seen many beautiful cards and dies, (thanks Sue) .

Love n hugs to everyone
Dorothy of Sunny but cold Baldock

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue, 2 lovely cards today but the first one is definitely my favourite as it is simply stunning. The choice of colours makes it look so classy. I wonder what it would look like in other colours......

Lisbeth

Sam Smithard said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
A Very Late Comment As It’s Been Yet Another Very Busy Day
But I Just Couldn’t Go Without Saying Today’s Cards Are Just Exceptional
I Must Say Card One Is For Me Luxurious/Rich/Opulent It Shouts Out
Elegance.
I Love Black Card Being Used Now You’ve Convinced Me To Purchase Some
Gold Mirror Foundation Card.
Card Number Two Is Also Very Beautiful But Card Number One Has Blown Me Away.........
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

Jan Sayer said...

Like both these cards Sue.
Jan
Northampton

Tres said...

Hi Sue. WOW !!! Two fabulous Christmas cards today !!! I really love them both. If I had to choose my favourite then it would be the first card. I think it is absolutely stunning !!! I love how you have used the Lattice Ribbon die by creating diagonal panels across the card. Also I love that you have backed each Ribbon panel with the same colour behind them. I do love this effect. You have used a lovely sentiment on your card and I just adore your Poinsettia flowers with the touch of gold Glitter Kiss. Nothing short of GORGEOUS !!! I think it is very classy and elegant.
I love the second card to. The Poinsettia Checkerboard die is just sooooo beautiful Sue !!! I really love this die. I also love the Poinsettia Star die. Your card is lovely. Really colourful and cheerful. A beautiful card. I am loving the Holly Swirl dies. Thank you Sue for sharing your Fabulous Christmas cards today. Lots of love from Tres x x x

Lots of love to everyone from Tres x x x

Eunice said...

Both of these cards are amazing in their own right!!! The fist one is a show stopper love the gold and black very dramatic. The second one very interesting, all the different textures and just the right punch of black!

Chris Curry said...

Two lovely cards Sue. Although I am a traditionalist on Christmas colours I think the first one just has the edge for me. Thank you, have a good weekend. Xx

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Love the black and gold card. love Jean Z xxx

Marie from Longridge said...

Two beautiful cards Sue. I would be proud to own either one of them. I have finally finished my overseas cards and today I must concentrate on more local ones. My Son came yesterday with another van-load of 'stuff' from storage and is planning on coming again today although we actually have SNOW in Longridge so maybe he wont.
My thoughts and prayers go out to all who are affected by the wild fires.
Hugs to all.
Marie P.

Pawprintx4 said...

Just catching up today and I will cast my vote for number one also. The card is just over the top gorgeous.
Donita, wish my guests could decorate the tree. My daughter used to love decorating but she is married now and lives in Maryland and they will get in late so I need to get this all done so I can concentrate on feeding everyone. My darling BIL is bringing smoked wings. I want to have my niece and nephew with their families over at some time plus sisters... loads of fun. My little dog will go crazy.
Better Late Than Never,
Stephanie K
SC/USA

Laura O' Connor said...

Two fantastic fabulous cards both stunning. Laura O Springfield

Fikreta said...

this is so very nice!

SHARICA said...

Love both but the poinsettia one is Stunning xxx

Muriel Kelly said...

Hello Sue and all
I Know I am terribly late for this one, I remember looking at it but somehow seem to have forgotten to do the post - silly me - but just had to comment, they are both fabulous. I have everything I need for number one and still have to make a special one for my son and his family, this is definitely it, - gorgeous !!! Poinsettias just spell Christmas too, amazing second card too.
hugs
Muriel x