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06 February 2012

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Vicky

I love this amazing emboss resist card with just touches of colour Jaydee - it's a great technique! I'm so sorry to hear about Merlin's illness and it sounds as if you've had a tough old time with the others being ill too and your husband away. I do hope the appetite pill works well and that he pulls through to be grumpy another day.

You asked about the St Lukes Charity Challenge. I read about it on another challenge blog and felt it needed some support. I have a big thing about people having the right to be born and also to die with dignity and these hospices do incredible work. Sheffield - Buckingham - it's all just geography!

Hugs from the UK,
Vicky

Ann Schach

Fabulous technique, Jaydee! Your card is gorgeous!

Cam

BIG HUGS to you!!!!
The card, one word, PERFECT. I like everything about it, the background, color, layout, and SENTIMENT.

Rach

I never see River Rock as a green, really, until I come to your blog. It's always a more tan color to me. And yet, it really IS green. And, it truly is such a versatile color.

All of this to say, I LOVE it with the orange!! I'm going to have to use this color combo sometime soon...you know, when my mojo returns and I start making cards again...Oy.

Oh dear. I was hoping to hear Merlin was progressing a little more than that. You hang in there.

Many hugs!

P.S. Hiya, Lou!

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