Thursday, November 7, 2013


I have been seeing a lot of cards with rays on it and I just loved them, so I decided to go through my scraps basket and find some papers that would work and this is what I came up with.  Does this look like a good card for a 14 year old, it is for my great niece.

The big yellow flower and the crochet flower were both RAK'd to me
EK success-- little flowers
Martha Stewart -- Leaves and butterfly punches
BasicGrey-- Brad
Inkadinkado -- Greetings stamp set
Liquid Pearls -- Copper pearl and Platinum pearl

Tomorrow on Saturday we are suppose to have wonderful weather, time to finish up those last things to put the yard to rest for the winter.  We had a great sun shine day today, after a few rainy and gloomy days the sun is so welcomed, just lifts my spirits.  Hope you are seeing your own rays of sunshine :)

Thanks so much for taking out the time to stop by, and your sweet comments,



SarahGeorge said...

Hi Connie,
This card just reflects whatever you've said about the sunshine :). Its warm and great looking! I think it is called the sunburst layout, if I'm correct!.

Stephanie said...

Oh Connie, this card is wonderful! I have never seen one like this - I love it :) Happy weekend, friend!

Joann said...

Connie, your card is such a ray of sunshine. Your paper works beautifully together and your flowers and so lovely! TFS such a bright and cheerful card : )

Shirley said...

Wow, Connie, talk about an uplift! Love what you did with your scraps and the flowers are butterflies are terrific too!

Susan (rainy) said...

Oh it is beautiful, Connie. I'm sure your niece (or anyone!) will love it.

Monika/Buzsy said...

Oh, this is beautiful Connie. Love the paper-pieced background... the cluster of flowers look perfect in the corner where the rays meet.

Linda Carson said...

Beautiful, beautiful! I've not tried one of these either. Thanks for the creative inspiration!

Kat said...

Beautiful. Love it!!!

Me, My Stamps and I said...

Simply Darling, Connie!!!!
love the way you created the rays!
how did you do it?