Friday, October 16, 2015

Birthday Flowers

For my niece in law..... is that a word?  My Nephews wife, I don't know what the proper term is, maybe just niece, do any of you know?  I used a couple different flower stamps from the set to stamp and color, couldn't decide :)

Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady -- Flower and sentiment stamps from Cardmaking and papercraft magazine, colored w/ markers
Spellbinders -- Noble rectangles (top portion has been cut off) and A2 Scalloped borders two dies
My Mind's eye -- sweetest thing papers
Corner stickers
Wink of Stella -- clear glitter pen on flowers

Wishing you a most enjoyable weekend, enjoying the fall weather.

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by and say Hi, so good to hear from you,



CherylQuilts said...

Good morning, Connie, and I truly got a giggle out of your question and just had to look it up. Being a lover of English and grammar, I found that you are correct. However, some people often refer to her as your nephew's wife. But I rather like the niece-in-law. And what a beautiful card with this lovely flower and floral DP that I know she will love, along with the sweet note you will write inside. So glad you are enjoying the fall weather, and have a blessed weekend! Hugs!

Alex said...

Very pretty! But I don't know what you would call her : )

Pam Sparks said...

so pretty Connie! I'm sure she'll love it! I've always just called them nieces. :D

Debbie said...

well, it's a word now (and i have no idea!!) the card is so pretty, again i adore the colors. i'm sure she will love and appreciate it. have a wonderful weekend!!!!

Christine said...

I love Diary of an Edwardian Lady! So feminine and pretty! I don't know the proper term- if there is one for your nephews wife! I'm sure she'll appreciate your card!

Leslie Miller said...

Ha! That's a good question. Niece-in-law sounded right to me until you questioned it. Then I thought, well, could you say granddaughter-in-law? Maybe not. But I see Cheryl looked it up, so thanks, Cheryl! Very pretty card for your niece-in-law. Diary of an Edwardian Lady sounds intriguing. I'll have to look it up.

Diane said...

Oh my gosh Connie what a super gorgeous flower design.

Hugs diane

Daniela said...

I think the word niece-in-law is right, my darling, I wonder how glad she will to receive such a gift !
I love the 'Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady', it has been so inspiring to me and still it is.
Thank you my sweetest Connie, your creativity amaze me more and more, have a blessed end of the week
with dear and true love

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for stopping by!!


Kelly Deal said...

Beautiful card Connie!

Beatrice Euphemie said...

A very pretty card, Connie - I'm sure your niece-in-law will love it! Family titles sure can get complicated. I love 'The Diary of an Edwardian Lady!' Hope you have a lovely and blessed Sunday. Hugs xo Karen

Oliva Ohlson said...

I am pretty sure you niece-in-law will love it! It's a very pretty card...I love the coloring and the corner embellishments!