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23 November 2011


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Ruth Ann

Happy Thanksgiving to all my "Card Friends". Jaydee, I enjoy your personnal messages and your talent for the beautiful cards. Rach don't feel silly, I, at first thought the snow flakes were a new corner type punch! :(
May God keep his arms around all of you.


wishing you and Lou and very Happy & Healthy Thanksiving!
Thankful for you to have such a great place for us to come and look up some inspirations...yes girl you give that everyday (well just about) hehe : )
Thanks for sharing all year long with us.


Happy Thanksgiving to you Jaydee and Lou. As I read your blog tonight, I am thankful to have found your blog. I visit your blog often to get inspiration from your creation. But I also get to know you through your everyday bits and pieces that you share with us.
I am off for the next couple of days to enjoy spending time with family. Hugs.


Oh, P.S. I know it's probably the easiest thing in the world, but how do you make those beautiful double-loop bows? I'm sure I'll feel foolish once I find out...


Oh, Jaydee (and Lou!), thank you SO much! :o) I feel blessed to have such wonderful internet friends, and again, I thank YOU for creating such a wonderful space here for us.

As for this card, well, it struck me rather dumb there for a moment. It's stunning. Truly. As I said before, I ADORE navy, silver and white on a card, and those little snowflakes really were the bit that set it off for me. I think I drooled a little over it--and I'm sitting in a house with FIVE pies for my birthday pie buffet. ;o)

I wish you, Lou, and the fur babies the absolute happiest of Thanksgivings full of love and fun. Enjoy that nut roast for me. :o)


Linda Rodgers

...and finding you and your blog has truly been a blessing in my life this year, Jaydee. I look forward each day to my nightly read, and seriously miss you when you take a well-deserved day off. I love seeing and hearing about the garden, the wildlife, Lou's trips, the excitement of the new house and all the human interest stories you share. Your gorgeous cards and detailed instructions are really the icing on the cake.

Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving,
wondering what you'll cook (besides roast potatoes),
and very curious about roasted nuts!,

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