Hiya, today I have a another Sue Wilson card for you. I know we’ve had a couple recently but I just couldn’t resist making this card with the these gorgeous French dies.

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So as I said above, today’s card was made using the beautiful French collection of dies plus I also used the gorgeous creative expressions card stock milk, iris, wisteria: –


So I decided for this card to make it a little different by making one of my Easy Peasy Card Bases but using this time using acetate. I do show you quickly in the video how I put this acetate cardbase together but just in case you would like to see the original Easy Peasy Card Base video I’ve popped in here for you:-

By putting the acetate as the front of my card it really highlights the beauty of the laciness of these French dies. So I hope you enjoy watching me make this card and here is my Sue Wilson French Acetate Card video: –

So as always straight after the video here are all of the photos. Don’t forget that if you click on the photo that you can make it larger, superlarge or even start your own slideshow: –

So that’s it for today, I hope you have enjoyed making this Sue Wilson card with me and I hope that you like the finished result, but for now hugs and have a great craft day,

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