Sunday, 10 December 2017

Winter Wonderland

Good Sunday morning all!  I have a lovely forest scene card done in sepia tones for you today.  I started by cutting the Birch Tree Background out of milk card.  I cut it twice by moving the die along to expand the scene.  I used Vintage Photo distress ink on a smoothie to edge all the trees.  I embossed another piece of milk card with the Falling Snow folder and attached the birch trees to it.  I cut a multi layered frame out of milk card using the Double Pierced Rectangles set A and B.  I added foam to raise it and attached it over the forest scene.  Next I stamped the fox, squirrel, hedgehog and log in Coffee Archival ink and used the matching dies to cut them out.  I inserted them into the scene with foam and glue.  I also added some Iced Snow to the bottom of the forest area for a bit of sparkle.  I cut the Winter Wonderland sentiment in silver card and glued it to the top and bottom edges of the frame.  I used milk and silver card to mat and layer to complete the card.  The finished dimensions are 7 1/2" x  8 1/2" in size.

The winners of this week's Comment Game are:

Stella Munn!!!
Hetty Garlick!!!

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

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Pam said...

Love the card Sue. The woodland scene is quite lovely.
Congratulations to comment game winners.
NannaTina, was so hapoy to see your post. I hope you were able to enjoy your day with your family and remember happier times with Mick. Your grandchildren will keep you busy but it would be so nice to see you back again.
Elaine, I hope Andrew was well enough to have his scan. When will he get the results. You are wise to stay indoors when the snow is down. Because I have to move furniture for my tree to go in the bay window Kelly said I need a smaller tree, a bigger house or get rid of some furniture. What a choice.
Rosemary, so glad to see you too, hope you are feeling better. Depression is a terrible illness, please don't isolate yourself.
Yvonne, you should have been tucked up in bed at that time,, your rest is important. Did you get to speak to Laine, how is she.
Donita, I hope you get your heating sorted, don't want you freezing in all the snow. We had a really bright sunny day yesterday but if you opened the door the icy cold cut you in half, so I stayed in.
June, ,Colin seems to have had a lovely family time, sounds lovely. Grandchildren are so sweet.
Myra, hope you have stopped blushing. George must be on the mend now. Hope Maureen enjoyed the film with her granddaughters.
Warming hugs for all, take care in the bad weather, special thoughts of all poorly and missing friends.
One last thing folks, yesterday's blog numbers were the lowest I have ever seen. I know this is a very busy time but please take a few minutes with a cuppa to leave a message. It would mean so much to a very Soecial lady who gives us so much in return.

CraftySuetoo said...

Good morning Sue. Beautiful card, I can think of several people this would be perfect for.
Congratulations to all the winners today. Hugs to all with a special one to Nanna Tina. Sue xxx

hollyberry said...

Such a beautiful card. Congratulations to all the winners.

Steph Cotterill said...

Oh Sue, there's not a great deal to say about today's sample. It's just stunning in a simple way, the way you've used the colour just highlights every die/stamp beautifully. My body is awake but the descriptive side of my brain US still sluggish (doesn't help having Phill in the background ) lol all I can say is that when the sample loaded my first reaction was "WOW" does that help lol.
Well done girlies especially Stella and Hetty and TC enjoy your gift and look forward to seeing your makes on Paul's fb group ☺
Sending warm winter love and hugs your way Sue wrap up if walking in winter wonderland today ๐Ÿ˜‰ xxx

Jan on the Fosse said...

Hi Sue
Beautiful card for today.No snow here yet but plenty promised for today.Take care everyone.
Congratulations winners.
Jan x

JAO said...

Congrats to winners. Great card Sue. said...

Morning Sue.
Thank you a lovely card.
Lots of snow this morning.
Congratulations to all the winners enjoy your orizes.
Take care all and keep warm Kitty.

Marion Scott said...

Good morning Sue, such a beautiful card.
Congratulations to all the winners this week
Marion S x

Pussycats said...

Good Morning Sue and all. What can I say but Amazing card this morning and should be in a frame. I love the birch tree die and has been used for many of my Christmas cards. I love how you have added the hint of colour.
Congratulations to the winners.
Crafty hugs and well wishes to all...... Wendy

Janice K said...

Good morning Sue,
Another great design with lovely sparkly details.
Congratulations to the comment winners. X

carol edwards said...

Hello Sue, lovely card just right for today's cold start. Congratulations to the winners. X

Chris Curry said...

A lovely winter wonderland card Sue, perfect for today. thank you. Xx

June Smith said...

Morning Sue and al Wilsonettes, a lovely card today, so apt for this time of year.

Congratulations to all the winners.

Pam I reiterate all you have said, especially about the blog numbers, Sue works so hard and never forgets a day on the blog, she is amazing and to continue to support her on the blog is our way of saying thank you, we also get to see some amazing inspirations, videos, double days, and giveaways.

Lots to do today with the run up to Christmas, I expect everyone else has too. If you are having bad weather, as most of the country is, even if it is just extremely cold, then please take care.

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

cheryl brown said...

Morning Sue, from a very wet soggy Somerset

I adore your woodland scene, such a wonderful card, and I think the title is very apt.

We are off to Wookey Hole Winter Wonderland with little Milly-May today, she really gets Christmas this year and it will be her very first visit to Wookey. They put on an extra special show for the little ones and it is a joy to see their faces light up with wonder from it all. We have taken all the grandchildren as they have appeared, and not one of them have been disappointed with Wookey Hole.

Jamie has just come home from work, sent home early, with the news that the snow is about 4-6 ins deep in Swindon. The gritters are out on the motorways so if anyone is driving today take special care.

Gentle comfort blanket hugs and healing prayers to all in pain, discomfort or loss. May your day become kinder to you.

Love 7 hugs
Cheryl xxx

hazel young said...

Beautiful card Sue xx hazel

Unknown said...

GM Sue. Great card. Love it.

PharmacyMichele said...

Beautiful card today. Would make a lovely winter wedding card or birthday card.


Unknown said...

Dear Sue and Loyal Crew,

Thank you for the idea of edging the trees with Vintage Photo. Reminds me of hiking in New Hampshire. You're not supposed to peel the birch off trees, but sometimes you find pieces that rolled off naturally. Like a cross between wood and paper. If you had your trail mix out, Gray Jays would perch on a branch near your head, actually beg, land on your hand, ignore the peanuts and oatmeal and go straight for the cashews.

I love your little woodland animals. Maybe someday.

Before I forget, congratulations to Anita and the lucky comment game winners! And hey, you men in the group, how about dropping a comment too! You guys matter, and your opinion would be welcome when we're opining about what would appeal to men.

Stephanie Pawprintx4, Rhode Islanders thought they invented the bread and milk thing. I'm surprised it would be a thing as far south as South Carolina.

NannaTina, you have survived a whole year, when I bet for a while you weren't sure you could make it through the next five minutes. That's an accomplishment worth noting. My wish for you is to remember without ache. That you find yourself smiling. That colors regain their color and flavor returns to food and you can feel good simply because of the way the sky looks. Same for you Rosemary. And Pam. And whoever needs relief from sadness this time of year. Thanks for the idea. I promise myself a walk tomorrow. Even if the sky is gray, the tracery of the bare branches is beautiful against it. Mind your step, though, in the snow.

To correct the record, I do have heat. The guy replaced the starter and took pictures with his phone of the model number so they could order the firebox. He could have shut me down, but he took pity and made it so I wouldn't have to take my cat and my plumbing to a motel. Heat is a wonderful thing. So is water and electricity. And plumbing! Not the least of which is drains. If you've ever bathed or done dishes in the woods, you'd see what I mean.

Here is a crafting tip. If you ever see those stupid foam shapes on sale, especially the self-stick ones, scoop them up! They're great little substitutes for foam tape. Or pop dots. Easily cut to whatever size. Just use glue or double stick tape on the other side.

Keep your embossing powder dry and your stamps out of the sun.


cr@fty said...

Good morning Sue
Fabulous card using my favourite sets of Christmas dies (can also be used throughout the year!). I love today's card, in my opinion the stamps that coordinate with the dies are definately a must have. Although they work well without the dies it makes each animal stand out.
Congratulations to all the winners!
Hugs x
Heather T

Netty The Runner said...

So pretty Sue. Love everything about this card.
Annette x

Croquet Queen x said...

Hi Sue,

A truly lovely Christmas card which is a nice departure from my usual glitzy baubles!!

Krafty Runner x

Unknown said...

Good Morning Sue

It is a snowy morning down here in South Kent apart from one day for a couple of hours last year it is the first significant snow fall in about 4 years and we are all off to a pantomime this afternoon so very fitting.

I love your card today. I have bought this stamp and the Forest animal stamps and dies but haven't used them yet so this will be a push for me. I really like the use of the Vintage Photos and as I have everything needed I have no excuse this next week not to try it.

Congratulations to the Comment Game winners.

Crafty Hugs
Heather xx

Scottydog said...

A great card showing the versatility of your dies again Sue. When I looked at this card I didn't think Christmas at all, so it would be good for birthdays too. Love the little animals. Sorry I didn't comment yesterday & another day during the week, but both days I was out early & by the time I came home (very late) was just too exhausted to do anything! Sorry!

Anne said...

A lovely card, Sue. An ideal day for crafting - we have quite a layer of snow this morning and it's still coming.

Anne (Northampton)

alimecca said...

Hi Sue,
Fabulous card this or I got, I really like it. Love the way you've edged the tress and it certainly gives the card a vintage look. Those animals are so cute.
Elaine, I hope Andrew was well enough to have his scan - sending hugs x you also did the right thing not going out in the snow if you didn't have to. It is so easy to fall and get injured - I'm proof of that one!!
Donita I'm pleased that you have got heat and didn't have to de-camp to a motel! Hope things get sorted for you quickly.
Diane - workshop was really good although we did let Linda go early so she could get home safely xx
Sending love and hugs to everyone, please stay safe and warm through this bad weather, Alison xxx

Craftcornucopia said...

I love this card, Sue. It reminds me of a former house I lived in, which had a birch wood at the end of the garden.

Diane in Wales

alimecca said...

Hi again,
Forgot to say congratulations to the lucky winners xx

Susan Battensby said...

Hi Sue
Wow a lovely card, just right for the weather just now.
Stay safe everyone.
Congratulations to the winners.

Izzy said...

Hi Sue,

Love this Winter Wonderland scene, especially in these sepia tones, looks more realistic - and I like the sparkly highlight given by the Iced Snow at the base of the birch trees...

Congratulations the the Comment Game winners.


Dorothy Cattanach said...

beautiful card, lovely Autumn scene. I am making similar type cards with photos of deer foxes squirrels. All using this sentiment die. Some saying just Winter Wonderland, it's so versatile. Thanks for sharing Sue.
Congratulations to the winners xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card this morning. Quite a different and refreshing take on a Christmas card. Love the animals.

Barbara V

margaret driscoll said...

Good Morning Sue
Nice to see this card again I love the animal against the trees!
Congratulations to all the winners enjoy your prizes.
No Snow just rain in Bristol very wet!
Love Marg

Yorkie girl said...

Good morning Sue and everyone
Ohh how appropriate your card is for a lot of the country this morning with the snowfall overnight especially in Wales stay indoors and safe folks I love your stamp collection the Lorrie squirrel is perfect on that tree ๐ŸŒฒ
Pam I popped on and commented on yesterday’s card your right if everyone that visited the blog left a message it does make a difference
So come on folks take a second out of your day and give Sue the recognition she deserves.
Elaine thank you for your get well wishes glad to see that you got your lap top fixed I hope Andrew is feeling a bit better today and is able to have his scan. Big hugs to him and you sweetheart.
Rosemary thinking of you please don’t suffer alone depression is a terable thing to have to deal with but it is easier if shared special hugs and wishes to you ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—
June glad Colin had a wonderful birthday and I am sure made some special memories .
Right I will leave my usual good wishes and hugs to all stay warm and safe folks
Take care
Theresa G xx

Barbara Gosden said...

Hi Sue
A beautiful card.
Congrats to the winners.
Interesting to hear where the snow is and where it's just wet. Cheryl says snow is in Swindon, but here in Trowbridge just lots of rain. I'm hibernating today.
B xx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue - what an appropriate card today with the falling snow! It's just how it looks out of my window this morning but without the fox! Love these cards Sue as they are wonderful for the men in our lives. Congratulations to the lucky winners today. Sending best wishes

Yvonne H said...

Good morning Sue,
Wow what a beautiful woodland scene. Congratulations to all the lucky winners. Yvonne xx

gwen70 said...

Stunning card, love it

karenlotty said...

A beautiful winter scene Ideal for a winter birthday or Christmas

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue

Lovely card today and like some many I have my own winter wonderland this morning.


Heather R Oxfordshire

lydia jordan said...

Morning Sue,
Great card, looks just like the outside today with the snow falling.
Well done to the lucky ladies, enjoy your prize.

June Horrocks said...

Hi sue s beautiful card today sue love the animals such s lovely scene
Thank you love always June Horrocks xxxxxxxx
Congrats to all the winners xx

Clai01 said...

Very natural and rustic Sue , love the scene card. x

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Wonderful singing along now

Lynne L said...

Good morning Sue lovely card this morning the birch trees are fantastic I don't have them all yet but hope to get them
Congratulations to the comment winners
Hope you are all keeping safe & warm no snow here not yet anyway!
Sending good wishes to all

Jean Z said...

Hi Sue, Lovely card . love Jean Z xxx

Ann Topp said...

Good Morning Sue. Oooooo this is really lovely I love it and the colours. BUT...... I could kick myself..... I had this die tree die in my hand on Friday when I went into my local craft shop..... it was the last one on the shelf... shall I or shan't I... I thought, and then I put it back! ! ! Now you are teasing me with this gorgeous sample. Roll on next Friday it WILL be mine, assuming it is still on the shelf please pray for me everyone please. Stay warm and cosy dear friends in this bitter cold spell. Best Wishes to all. Kind Regards Ann Toppcards

Anonymous said...

Morning Sue
A great card today congrats to Stella and Heather enjoy .
Catherine V 94 xx

Jan.moogie said...

Trees I adore trees and these are fabulous Sue and those cute little animals WOW, thanks for sharing. Have a great day, hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jess Watson said...

Morning Sue, lovely winter wonderland card, these trees are so versatile.
Congratulations to today’s winners, enjoy your gifts ladies
Take care in this wintry weather everyone, Jess xx

Anonymous said...

Hello Sue
Gorgeous card this morning!
I love how you have inked the Birch trees, they look so realistic.
No snow down in my part of the country but it is not that far away according to the. News this morning!
Lesley S x

Evis M said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely and very apt card today.
The snow is still falling steadily.
Great fun!!!!
Evis M.

KarinsArtScrap said...

gorgeous Sue
Gr Karin

Crafty Cruiser said...

Lovely winter scene. Congratulations to the winners
Doreen R

Rosemarie said...

Morning Sue. I just love this card, there are so many possibilities with these dies.

Snow not reached me yet and I will not be offended if it wants to give me a miss. Not sure my Grandchildren would agree.

Love Rosemarie X X

BenteS said...

Beautiful winter card today!
I love your woodland die and stamp set - so versatile :))

BridgetCG said...

Hello Sue, what a fabulous card today, perfect to describe the weather outside my window. Well done to the comment game winners. Take care today and stay warm everyone, lots of snow outside. Bx

Diane Green said...

Hi Sue
What a lovely card today, a real picture this morning and suits the weather too. I love the detail on these dies. Beautiful. Thank you for sharing.
Love Diane G xxx
Pam echoing your comments today xxx
Donita I’m glad you’ve got heat stay warm xxx
Cheryl enjoy Wookie hole with Millie May, that will be adorable. Xxx
Congratulations to all the lucky winners xxx
Just had a text from our daughter, they’ve still got lots of snow in Aberdeen, I think she might be going to Uni tomorrow for her exam on a tea tray! The cobbles will be dreadfully slippery around uni. It’s her last exam then she can build a snowman and relax before coming home for Christmas. Stay safe everyone xxx

stitchingranny said...

These look very similar to my Christmas cards this year (though mine are a black and white theme).

Hugs Helen xx

Rose in Chester said...

Hi Sue,
I love that card, especially as it's done in sepia tones and looks like nothing that we have NOW! I hate snow, especially in urban areas. Not so bad out in the country suitably attired with boots on etc, but I am out of my tobogganing phase now (70). My cat hates it, too but has been out now for over an hour and I'm getting a bit worried! Looking at the sky we're going to get another load of snow very, very soon!
That die is great, so very versatile - come spring I'm going to make one with a spring background (probably my pixies golden mint and with the slightest hint of blue)..... Can't wait for it!
Hugs, Rose

fluffycat said...

Hi Sue, I love all of your woodland cards and this one is no exception, it is beautiful. I adore the forest animals and they are popping up on lots of my cards not just the woodland ones!

No snow here today just a very heavy frost and a temperature of -8 so I am definitely not going out anywhere.

Congratulations to this week's comment game winners Stella, TC and Hetty. Enjoy playing with your prizes.

Stay safe and warm everyone.


Kiraneries said...

Hi Sue, a lovely card. A beautiful winter scene with the trees, fox, squirrel and hedgehog. Congratulations to the lucky winners.

Anonymous said...

Love this card Sue. Congratulations to the winners.
VCCumbria xx

nattyboots said...

Happy Sunday Sue
A beautiful card i love the little creatures and the colours used .
Well done to the comment game winners .

Cheryl i remember the Wookie Hole from when we went a few years ago ,it was wonderful , a sight to behold .Millie May ,i love that name xx

Aww Myra what a lovely thing to say , with the help of Sues Blog you and many many bloggers have followed Andrews progress from the day he had his Mammoth Operation and we are so grateful to you all for your continued support it really helps him when the going gets tough .

Rosemary and Nanna Tina , big hugs to you xxx

Donita ,loving your crafty Tip ,i will be sure to get some next time i see them .xx

Pam i so agree with you ,the blog numbers are getting so low and no excuse for it ,it does not take long to add a little comment .
Andrew managed to get his scan Thank you , He has to wait 2-3 weeks for the results unless they find something , so no news is good news ,,,,,,, we don't mind waiting .

Have a lovely day everyone , stay warm .
Hugs to all
Elaine H X

Pat L said...

Hi Sue
What a beautiful winter scene, love those trees. Congratulations to Stella, TC and Hetty enjoy your prizes.

just let you all know that Tracy wasn't able to have her Chemo on Tuesday as she was too weak, Graeme texted me last night to say she is in hospital and not well. As she is a regular follower of your blog Sue I thought you would like to know, I do hope that's ok

Sending love and hugs to everyone with a special one for Tracy

P Austen said...

Great card Sue. We get the odd Fox walking down our drive and leaving it's calling card on the back lawn; the grey squirrel devours all of the food which we leave out for the little birds and the hedgehog must be hibernating somewhere as we haven't seen him for ages. So, I much prefer to see them on your cards. Your woodland scenes are fabulous.
Snow is gently falling now, but I can't agree with Rose about snow in the country being better than in urban areas as our roads are usually the last to be cleared. Still, it's a good excuse for staying in and crafting.
Congratulations to the winners. Stay safe everyone and keep warm. Hugs xx Pauline

Kate's Cards said...

Love, love, love love, love it! xxx

Dipstick said...

Hi Sue and everyone
I love this card will be making a version of it for my son.
I bought a small Xmas tree made out of drift wood at a Cancer Maggie's Xmas fair.I put cosmic shimmer white sparkle texture paste in the ends to look like snow, it looks lovely.
Love and huggles to Elaine,Crewe Trish, Donita, Pam. Theresa G. Maureen,Laine where are you? and of course Sue and to all of you xxxxxx๐ŸŒผ❤

Dipstick said...

Also dear Tracy xxxxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Sue,
Lovely card. The sepia tones work so well.
Thank you for sharing.
Vรฉronique L

CraftyJo said...


Guess I may have to stay home and do some crafting today - we were supposed to be doing a charity toy run on our bikes but we've about 4 inches of snow everywhere and it's still coming down :)

margaret driscoll said...

Sorry Tracy is not well and in hospital........ thinking of you and wishing you well!
Love Marg

Crewe Trish said...

Hello Sue
I haven't got this die yet but I will.I remember that silver birch trees have special memories for you and they have for me so thank you.
Elaine so glad Andrew managed to get his scan and in this case no news is good news.Donita I am glad you have heat and thanks for the tip.Rose I hope your cat finds its way home soon.Pam,Tina and Rosemary huggles.Pat thank you for the update on Tracy.Please pass on caring thoughts to them both

TDQ Karen said...

Lovely card love those trees, congratulations to all the winners xx

Ann said...

Hi Sue

Lovely wintery scene card Silver Birch trees are so special.

Congratulations to the winners


Annx without an "e"

Eunice said...

Reminds me of the farm I grew up on, great job!!!

SHARICA said...

Love this .. Its so me :)

Owlish said...

A great card l must get around to trying my die like this
Congratulations to the comment winners

Janet in Menston said...

Great card, love the woodland scene

pinky said...


Val Jones said...

Simply stunning Sue.
Love Val in Spainxxx

Nana on the Hill said...

Congratulations to the winners, love these dies & such a beautiful card xx

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Sue, Awww this is really lovely !! I really need to get to get my glasses changed, at first glance of your first piccie, I thought the 'log' at the bottom was a 'crocodile' hahahaha, should have gone to Specsavers hahaha.
Congratulations to the lucky Winners.

Littlelamb said...

A beautiful card Sue and congratulations to the comment winners. I didn't think I would be able to comment today as after I managed to comment yesterday the iPad decided to give up and I couldn't do anything with it. My son looked at it today and after deleting things has managed to get it to work again for a while. How long I don't know. Need to do something drastic. Wasn't going to go out today but then my son came and fetched me and took me to his house for a few hours. It's nice to have company for a while. Elaine I am glad Andrew was able to have his scan. Thank you for the hugs and I send some to you. Echoing your comments Pam. I know it only takes a few minutes to comment but if you cannot even get the iPad to work there is no way you can comment. Luckily I had a reprieve today and it's fixed for the moment.hope everyone is safe and hugs to all who need them.

Tressa said...

Lovely woodland scene. I like the use of sepia tones.


Di said...

Hi Sue,
A lovely scenic card, love the birch trees and the woodland animals. Love the snowy background and the lovely dies used.
Di B.x

sued99 said...

Really love this card. X

Unknown said...

To My Wonderful Dear Friend Sue,
Today’s Card Is Just Outstanding I Love The Birch Tree Background Cutting Die
Also The Way You’ve Extended It To Give You A Larger Area, Then Using The Truly
Fabulous Forest Animals Stamp Set By Creative Expression Which Match Your Exceptional
Forest Animals Die Set, Today’s Card Looks Great In The Milk Card Then You Used The Perfect
Embossing Folder The Falling Snow Just So Very Apt At Present I Love How You’ve Used
The Coffee Archival Ink Pad As Sometimes Black Can Be A Little Harsh.....
Sue Thank You For The Daily Inspiration I Truly Appreciate Everything You Do
I’m So Busy At Present As like Most I Make All My Own Christmas Cards Plus I Make My Own
✉️ Envelopes, Then I Make My Own Gift Boxes, I Love Doing Them But They Do Take Time
I’ve Been Using The Silk Glitters Quite A Lot This Year With The Poinsettia/Robin Cards They
Look Tremendous Thank You For Your Video Tutorials Plus Your Tips/Techniques
Sue, Take Great Care My Wonderful Dear Friend
Wonderful Warm Fond Wishes To Colin Also Heather
Sue, Lots Of Love Also Huge Hugs ๐Ÿค—
Love From Sam xxx
A Huge Congratulations To This Weeks Comment Winners ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘ Enjoy Your Gift

Lisbeth said...

Hi Sue. Lovely card and so appropriate for todays weather conditions.


Theresa said...

lovely wintry scene. had more snow here though today, hugs xx

Princess Pixie! said...

Hi Sue
Gorgeous card. Perfect for this time of year but with a bit of a tweak could be used all year round x
Well done to the winners x
Sending much love to our dear friend Tracy x
Spoke to Laine last night. This time of year is difficult for her and she is feeling down but is hoping to pop in soon x
Sending love and happy thoughts to all x
Crafty hugs
Yvonne x

Brenda said...

Hello Sue,
Great card. Love the Birch tree background.
Love and hugs Brenda xxx

Myra said...

Hello Sue,
Such a lovely restful card today for Sunday! Apart from Patricia’s crocodile that is!! That made me laugh Patricia!
Pam - I thought exactly the same as you with regard to numbers! I was later last night as well and it seemed such a low number of comments ahead of me. It only takes a minute - we all have a spare minute!
We had the family today so have just cleared up and got the rooms straight again! It’s lovely to see the grandchildren and have a good chat around the dining table.
Rosemary - good to see you and take care!
Elaine - glad the scan went ahead ok.
Pat L. - many thanks for telling us about Tracy! Tracy , I’m not sure if you will read this but we are thinking of you and praying you will be given the strength to have your treatment! Love to you and Graeme.
I think I need an early night tonight!
Thank you Due, for all your hard work!
As Donita says - you do have a “ loyal crew, “ just wish there were more of us!
Lots of love Myra ( Friend of Maureen!) xx

Myra said...

Oops should be Sue!! X

Snuffy Snoo said...

Hi Sue
I love this’s quite magical!!!

Dorothy of Baldock, GB said...

Good evening Sue,

I think this card is really nice, very versatile too.

I like trees, and like how you have used "sepia"tones.

We have quite a lot of snow, so if this is the weather all week, I will be indoors all the time.

Love n hugs to everyone

Dorothy from Snowy Baldock.

Laura O said...

Fabulous card sue. Love the animals. Laura O Springfield

scrAPpamondo said...

Amazing card!! It has a wonderful wild feel!!

Muriel said...

Hello Sue and all

Everything about todays card is just beautiful Sue, I am so glad that I bought these die sets but have made very little with them so far because of being so far behind with my cards. They are to be the first dies out when I make some cards each month next year (Definitely my main New Years resolution!) and I can enjoy making Christmas cards at a relaxed pace, oh the luxury :-)
Echoing all Pam has said today, so well summed up again, thoughts and hugs to Tracy, welcome back to our missing friends and congratulations to the comment game winners,
Muriel x

Viki Banaszak said...

I love this scenic card! The coloring is fantastic.

Hunnymummy54 said...

Morning Sue and all the Wilsonettes what a gorgeous card really love it and the colours.
Im a day behind with my email from you for some reason and have only just noticed it, hopefully it will sort itself out when I get home but I lost 2 days of them when i got here so dont know what is going on.

Hope your all ok stay safe and take care with the weather as it is at home, I wont tell you what it is like here in Cyprus now, but no snow ........

Sending Love and hugs to all

Pawprintx4 said...

Charming card with a vintage feel and those adorable woodland animals.
I had written a long post and of course the Google Grinch lost it so as it is really late and I am tired, will call it a night and catch up tomorrow.
Stephanie K

Barbara (C) said...

I like the silver birch trees and they seem so suitable for our makes at this time of the year. Thank you Sue for your daily Blog.

Marie from Longridge said...

Good Monday morning Sue. I do wish I got your posts on the same day as most of your followers on the blog. Mine never come through until the day after.
I love the card today, it reminds me of the 24 years I spent in Canada with all the little creatures sharing my space. I had a favourite squirrel that I name Esquire. Happy memories for me.
Congratulations to the winners and healing wishes to the poorly folks.
Marie P.

Jackie T said...

Hi Sue this is a stunning card I love it. Take care. Hugs Jackie

DeCor said...

Beautiful card Sue. So serene.

doreenj said...

I think that embossing folder should have
my name on it; it is lovely,

Doreen x

ursula said...

Lovely simple card Sue, thank you.....luv Ursula xx

Fikreta said...

gorgeous card!
happy holidays!๐ŸŽ„๐ŸŽ…⛄
hugs , Fiki