Two cards - The Sweetest, a Baby Shower and more Sue Wilson Craft Dies

Happy Day Crafters!  Hope you are enjoying this lovely weekend! 
I have 2 fun cards to share with you today.  The first was a funky one (in hot pink and Zebra theme for a little Diva Girl), that was so fun to put together using multiple die-cut pieces;
I've used the lovely faux quilled leaves dies by Sue Wilson.  Check out Sue's amazing line of elegant Craft Dies and Embossing Folders found at Creative Expressions.

 Sue Wilson's Craft Dies are not only elegant, but unique, intricate and totally gorgeous. She uses these her own steel dies and new embossing folders on all of her beautiful creations along with other products like Cosmic Shimmer, Ranger, JustRite, Spellbinders and much more.  Loving her products and can't wait to try 'em all. To see her entire collection, (and/or/to order for UK crafters), check out the Creative Expressions Site.
To see Sue's stunning work, stop by her fabulous Blog at Participate In Craft;  - (you're sure to be inspired).
For excellent How-To Tutorials - Creative Expressions has an amazing collection of  YouTube Videos with Sue showing us her wonderful ideas and easy to follow instructions.  Im totally addicted and plan on getting busy crafting to showcase more of how I'm using her fabulous products to share with you.  Check out Sue's YouTube Videos HERE.

You're gonna love her products too! For ordering, here are a few online options for US crafters;
Joanna Sheen (ships worldwide)
Ellen Hutsen 
The Frantic Stamper

My 'Sweetest' CARD RECIPE:
Stamps: none
Paper: Animal Print DP Stack, Textured Pink CS, Black Textured CS, Heavy White CS
Ink: none
Accessories: Spellbinders Bitty Blossom Flowers and Frame Dies, Marianne Design Oval Doily Die, Sue Wilson Faux Quilled Leaves Dies,, Embossing Folders, Puffy Paint, Puffy rubber rhinestones, MS Glitter, Chipboard
Techniques: Dry Embossing

 Next, is a fun Baby Shower Card
The main Panel's background was sponged with baby blue ink using the cut out Cheery Lynn die Frame as my stencil. The outer frame Edges were sponged with multiple Studio G Dye Inks (from Michael's $1 bin). The Curvy edge beneath top panel was created by cutting apart a die; an edge off a Marianne Design die-cut Frame.

Stamps: None
Paper: White Heavy CS
Ink: Studio G (for sponging)
Accessories: Spellbinders Dies, Marianne Design Die, Cheery Lynn Background Die, Michael's Baby themed Dimensional Stickers, Cuttlebug EF, Foam Tape
Techniques: Sponging, Dry Embossing, Stenciling, Layering 
I'd like to enter these cards into the following fun challenges:
A Gem of a Challenge - Embossing
Allsorts - Use your Favorite Things (mine are Craft Dies-I use them on all projects)

Crafting At the Weekend -Anything Goes
Crafty Calendar - Anything Goes
Suzy Bee's Bloomin' Challenge  Anything Goes
Time 4 Scrap -Anything Goes
Treasured Times Rubber Stamps & Scrapbooking - Anything Goes
We Do Doobadoo Challenge Celebrations (Baby Shower)

 Thanks for stopping by today! Hope you have a lovely weekend!


  1. Both are beautiful Thanks for playing along with us at We Do Doobadoo, good luck,
    Kevin xx

  2. Gorgeous cards and lovely dies.
    Thank you for sharing at Allsorts 'Favourite Things' challenge and good luck x Susan x

  3. I congratulate you on your work and your participation in our challenge.
    I am happy that our blog to allow you to expose your creations and possibly to win a small lot thanks to our sponsors.
    See you soon
    Member of the DT of Time4Scrap

  4. Awww Totally cute baby shower card America, loving the sponge work & all those intricate die work.. the top creation just blows me away so elegant & my all time fav colour combo..

    Thanks for sharing with us at AGOAC this wk.. come back soon.

    smiles Christine x

  5. WOW love the colors, the layering and the sheer cuteness and beauty of your card
    Dr Sonia
    Cards Crafts Kids Projects

  6. Beautiful cards. Thank you for playing along with Time 4 Scrap challenge.

  7. Everything seems great. I am pleased to have the details here. Even I am to host a birthday party and I am eager to book one of the rooftop Los Angeles event venues. Actually it is my best friend's 25th birthday so I want to make her feel super special.


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