Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Sweet

I am linking up once again at Stephanie's Roses of Inpsiration . This card just happened to go to Stephanie who just celebrated her birthday last week.  I wish I would have taken a side view of it now, I made it, took a couple of pictures and then got it out in the mail so I never in looked at the pictures I took before I mailed it out.  This is a side step card, the left side sets back a little farther than the right side. I used my silhoutte to cut out the base of the card.

I paper pieced the mason jar, stamped the lid on a different piece of paper from that pack. The flowers were also stamped on another piece of paper from this paper set and I fussy cut them all out. The stems of the flowers were stamped directly onto the paper.  I added a little bit of ink to the doily under the jar, to antique it a little bit, was just too white for me :)



Silhoutte Cameo -- Card base
Rasberry Road design -- paper
Recollection -- stamp set (sorry no name on the set but it was purchased at Michaels)
Spellbinders -- Delicate doiles die
Stickles -- Scattered straw (flower centers)
Recollections -- Pearl (on tag)
Lace

You can head over to Stephanie's blog and check out the rest of the links and scroll down to the next post to see how she spent her birthday :)

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by, I really love hearing from you,

Connie

17 comments:

Stephanie said...

Hello, my friend! This card does indeed look familiar since I found it waiting in my Post Office box yesterday :) This card is so beautiful, Connie! Your creations are pretty online, but seeing them in person is even better - I can see the detail and love you put into the cards you make.

You are a precious friend and I am thankful for you. Thank you for sharing this lovely card with Roses of Inspiration. Enjoy your week! Hugs!

magnoliasntea said...

Lovely card, Connie!

Pam Sparks said...

Beautiful Connie! love the pretty shabby chic colors and always love step cards!

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Connie, what a beautiful card, and what a beautiful and precious friend Stephanie is! I just love her blog and her heart for the Lord. What a wonderful birthday card for such a wonderful sister in Christ!! Hugs!

Debby Ray said...

Connie, this card is so lovely...I am sure Stephanie was so blessed to receive it!

Monika/Buzsy said...

Very pretty Connie. Love the jar image and the pretty prints on the paper. Great folds.

Debbie Harris said...

Aww Connie... How sweet of you to remember Stephanie, and with such a gorgeous card. I love the mason jar!

Have a beautiful week.
Debbie

Beatrice Euphemie said...

How pretty! I love the colors! She is going to be so pleased! Hugs xo Karen

Leslie Miller said...

This is a very pretty and special card for your friend! There is nothing like the smiles you get from receiving a hand-stamped card.

Connie said...

Dear Connie, You have an art for detail, your cards are so pretty and the love that you put into them certainly travels through the mail and touches the hearts of those that receive them.
Have a happy day!
Connie :)

Shoregirl said...

I love mason jars and love the way you used yours!! So cute!

Julie's Lifestyle said...

What a beautiful birthday card you made!

Scrappy quilter said...

Always such beautiful cards.

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

wow, Connie that is really clever piece of paper piecing well done .. mm must link up to Stephanie's again.. am out of practise :D

Thanks so much for sharing, Shaz in Oz.x

{Shaz in Oz – Calligraphy Cards blog}

J said...

I am always amazed at the beautiful multi-layered detail you put into your cards. I love the Mason jar, just brimming with prettiness!
I also read your Easter post and wish you continued blessings from our Risen Lord!

TLady said...

HOW PRETTY CONNIE!!!! LOOOVE how you've paper pieced the mason jar. I would have never thought...but, you did this wonderfully! Thank you for coming over to visit & leaving me some "love!" ;) (((HUGS!)))

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh Connie,
What a darling card! I love the mason jar with the doily underneath. You are so creative!!