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03 August 2013


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Anne Marie Hile

Haha! I'm still laughing at Lou's comment! What a gorgeous place settitng Jaydee! Wowza! You really went above and beyond for this challenge. On a side note, I love those napkins! The colors are so rich and elegant. You, my friend, rocked my challeng this week. Hugs! :)


This is wonderful, Jaydee! I love the little acorn accents, but the LEAVES are so realistic! Good job creating "out of the box"!!!


This is magnificent! You are the absolutely bomb at noticing and adding those tiny little details that add up to perfection!

I'm such a klutz when it comes to 3D paper craft projects...:sigh: I can make cards all day long. I can decorate wreaths and flip flops and all sorts of other things. Give me paper to make something 3D and it all falls apart. Maybe I have a mental block...:oS

I'm going to have to check out the rest of the DT's projects and see if maybe inspiration will strike...


P.S. Way to go challenging Jaydee, Lou! That got her going! :o)


And you thought I would never make it here to comment. I'm just alittle behind schedule here, sorry.
Jaydee; I totally love everything you made. Your table setting looks fantastic. Very stunning.
Goes to show, if we are determined enough, we can do just about anything. Truly a 'real' crafter you are.

Thanks for sharing more nature photos. They made my day.

Kelly W.

Wow Jaydee, this is a gorgeous place setting! I love everything you've created. Your napkin ring is amazing. Such a clever design! Those fall leaves are amazing too. Our weather has been perfect and I'm not ready for fall, however, you have me longing for cooler temps and changing leaves. I'd love to make this for our fall table.

Renee Ondrajka

Love it all Jaydee. Very nice.

Marge Penley

Just lovely how the colors blend together. Great "crafting". Nice wildlife pictures too.

Lou, you are lucky to have such a creative wife.

Ann Schach

Beautiful, Jaydee! I love the chevron stamping on the box top! Those acorns are fabulous, and the perfect fall touch!


I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your blog. Your wonderful ideas always inspire me and when I read your blog, I feel like I'm talking to a caring friend. You are a great crafter & don't think for a minute you are anything less!!!!

Pam Carter

As usual, you out did yourself. Love it! Thanks for the close up of the poult, so sweet. So many deer. Are you able to get any work done? I'd be looking outside all the time to see who has arrived.

Mary Hogenmiller

Comfy, cozy and welcoming! Lovely setting. No denying.......You are a REAL crafter!

Sandy M

I'm coming to your house for dinner! I LOVE your table setting, Jaydee. The colors are beautiful (I miss mustard, too) and I like how you scored the leaves on the favor box. A "real crafter"? Seriously? I would think so! And ps thanks for your warm welcome! Hugs :) Sandy


Just gorgeous, although I have to confess, I prefer to delay any and all things having to do with fall for as long as I possibly can! I'm a little confused on the favour box, probably just need to read it a bit more closely. And your comment about "crafters" - well, paper crafting is fabulous, the ability to make something as stunning as what you do from flat pieces of colourd paper, ink and rubber stamps - that is in a class of its own and truly real "crafting"!!!

P. s, I've never heard the expression "yonks" - so thanks for expanding my vocab!!!

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