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20 June 2010


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kris lynch

very pretty!love the fruit and how you colored it-loving those new paper colors too!


Jaydee-you are so very clever with all of the techniques that you share with your readers. We are so lucky to be blessed by all of the talent and time you put into sharing your gifts.

It was another beautiful day in England. We have seen as much sun in the three days of this trip as the last four trips combined. Today we went to Southport and I didn't even take a cardigan! Missing you and Cherie very much.


This makes my mouth water! :) Please tell me about the die that you used for the Basic Black and Daffodil layers, is it also the one you used for yesterday's focal layer? I like the interest that the edge adds to the card, just the little Jaydee touch you do so well.
Brenda, So glad to hear you're WARM and enjoying your holiday. Missing you tons.
Prayers and hugs to One and All, especially Trish, Germaine, Lynn, Beth and T. Have a GREAT Monday.


I have seen this technique before and I think it's amazing. You did a great job and I love the new colors.


Very different and neat. I have not tried this before. Thanks for the inspiration. You made it look so simple and easy. Hugs.


I've never seen this technique before. I love they way you utilized it with that stamp set. I think you absolutely captured the "feel" of summer.

My prayers as always to Trish, Germaine, Beth, Lynn and "T".



Very cool technique! It IS a work of art!

Beth Rigden

How original! This doesn't look like a stamp, rather a miniature piece of art! I cannot wait to get those new colors! They are beautiful together.

Patricia Hoffman

Wow Jaydee, I am impressed. All of the green space that you left untouched and the much smaller black main image matted in yellow popped up on dots, reminds me of an actual painting hanging in a Gallery or Museum. Do you like to go to Art Galleries? We have a beautiful one her in Milwaukee. That's that first thing I thought of when I saw your card tonight. You gave a great explanation of the Chalkboard Technique. I have always been intimidated by it, but now I think that I am ready to give it a go. Yours turned out to be spectacular. Love your coloring, looks just like chalk on a blackboard. I really like the simplicity of this card.

Prayers and Well Wishes for Germaine, Lynn, Beth, and "T".

Brenda...I am so envious of you being in England right now. The last time I went I got sick and had to spend 10 days in Hospital. I will get back again only healthy this time. I would so love to retire there. Please write me when you get back and tell me all about your trip.

Cyber hugs to all and especially Jaydee,

Trish in Wisconsin


Very pretty - looks just like a chalkboard - as usual, another great card. HOpe you had a happy Sunday! One of the most perfect days so far this year in Sunny Saskatoon - hot, no wind (although crazy with mosquitoes ... guess it can't be perfect!)

Ann Schach

This is truly like a chalk drawing! I love the color combination! Very, very pretty! Thanks for playing @ PPA!

Laurie Zoellmer

Love Pear Pizzazz and Daffodil Delight together, nice job! And your chalkboard is awesome!

Linda Callahan

This is like a miniature work of art - beautiful - and that skinny little ribbon is a delight - love it all! Thanks for joining us at PPA!


This is so pretty! I like those colors together! Your coloring is awesome! I love it!
Trish, Germaine, Lynn, Beth & "T"-sendindg prayers to you all!
Hope everyone had a wonderful Dad's Day!
I wish everyone a wonderful week ahead!

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