Tuesday, 7 March 2017

Disco Fever

Sara (Inky Fingers) has made this fabulous card by using the Sue Wilson arched window/door die and turning it into a juke box.  Talk about thinking outside the box!
It really shows that we can use dies in others ways if we look carefully, I would never have thought of using it as a juke box but it works brilliantly.
The records have been made using various circle dies and a personalized record sleeve finishes it perfectly.
The wavy triple border gems looks great teamed with the notes die cut from a Marianne Designs die called musical notes.

Products used are:
Sue Wilson dies:
CED22002 window shutter 
CED22001 arched window
Sue Wilson die Eternal rings (used for front of juke box) CED1606

Spellbinders nestabilities circles
Cafe Parisian 12x12 paper pad 
Marianne Designs Musical Notes
Triple wavy gem border
8x8 card blanks

Sunday, 5 March 2017


Today with have another fabulous creation by Sara using the Sue Wilson Kinetics range of dies. 
Sara has created a double window shop scene by making a deep card and adding a recess behind the window.
In the recess there is little borders to look like shelves and then die cut flowers are put on shelves.
On the front of the card Sara used two window dies cuts and also added window boxes.
The flowers are die cut twice to give depth and topiary trees used along the bottom.
A stamp set called 'Meet me at the cafe' is used to create the tops of the windows and stamped onto patterned papers.  The word Florist has been created using a sizzix alphabet set from way back called 'wingo zingo'.

Products used are-

Sue Wilson dies:
CED22002 window shutter and valance
CED22001 Arched window/door
CED22003 3D window box and accessories

Graphic 45 paper pad - Cafe Parisian
MFT 'meet me at the cafe' stamp set

Distress ink pads in-

Saturday, 4 March 2017

Cat in the Window

Have you spotted the cat sitting in the window among the flowers?
This pretty card is made using Sue Wilson dies (listed at bottom).
The flowers in the window box have been die cut twice to give depth and little pearls used for the centres.
The lovely colours on this card make it very summery and fresh looking.
Love the verse stamp by Stampendous (CRD075) - great for inside the card or part of the front design.
A big bow and a charm finish it all off.
Products used are-
Sue Wilson die CED22003 window box accessories
                       CED22001 arched door/window
CED22002 window shutter
12x12 Cafe Parisian pad
May Arts burlap ribbon
Crea-Byoux Metal dragonflies
Dreamweaver hat pins
Marianne design embossed wall and die
Distress ink pad - tea dye

Thursday, 2 March 2017

Window Box

Today we have another beautiful card by Sara using Sue Wilson dies.
Sara has created a lovely window box scene and even used acetate in the windows to give the look of glass.
Striped paper has been used to create a blind in the window and a punched border gives the blind a decorative finish.
The flowers have been decoupaged and pearls used for the centres.
The base of the card is a 8x8 card blank and adhesive pearl border is used around edge.
Another layer is added to card using the Martha Stewart punch around the page eyelet punch, then behind the window a piece of white card as been embossed with a brick wall folder.
The window is attached using foam pads.
Products used-
Sue Wilson die CED22002 Window shutter and valance 
Sue Wilson die CED22001 Arched window/door
Sue Wilson CED22003 3D window and accessories
Martha Stewart punch around the page - Eyelet Lace
Woodware pearl border