Things I will do for my Sister, and my Nieces!

My Sisters youngest, Paige is getting married this Summer!  
I am so excited. 
We don’t all get together often enough and my Sister and I are wearing fascinators, like The Royals! 
My Mom loved to follow the Royal Family, and she would be eating this up. 

So, onto my real reason for this post. 
I am thrilled that my Sister asked me to make the invitations for the Bridal Shower. 
Paige is having a country themed wedding, 
so Eileen ( that’s my Sister) sent me this photo:
and asked if I could do something along this idea.

SO I did!

I will be switching the jar color to Night of Navy.
The cards will be a single sheet with all the details of the shower on the back
like this:
NOW, I need to go make 50 of these suckers! 

In the meantime, here are the elements that went into this card:

The stamp set is Jar of Love and framelit set Everyday Jars. These are both current items that will carry over in the new catalog.


The base of the card is  Papertrey Vintage Cream paper (I needed a rustic color). 
The next two layers are Night of Navy card stock and Wood Textures DSP.


I added a doilie and the mason jar stamped with Night of Navy ink, onto Vellum paper and some linen thread as an accent.



The doilie was antiqued by adding some Crumb Cake ink with a sponge.


The flowers are stamped in Powder Pink and Calypso Coral ink.


The leaves were stamped in Garden Green ink and they were all cut with the framelits on my Big Shot.


The sentiment was stamped from a retired set, called A Dozen Thoughts, in Night of Navy and the shape was punched with the Classic Label Punch.


The jar was attached using mini glue dots and the punched out shape was added with mini stampin’ dimensionals


The larger pieces were attached with this tape runner from Simon Says Stamp. It has been my go to since Stampin’ Up! discontinued fast fuse.

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