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25 October 2013

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Rach

That's such a neat embossing technique! I really like the three holly leaves and the way you incorporated the white one by edging it in green. And, red glimmer paper? How could you go wrong with red glimmer paper??

Oh, sweet Charming Charlie! :o) What a face--I just adore his little face and those markings. :o)

I can't wait to see photos of the trees being planted--that digger is INCREDIBLE! And, how wonderful and forward thinking of you guys to want to embellish the habitat you have for a time when the ash trees may be gone. Brilliant!

Hugs!

P.S. Welcome home, Lou! :o)

Marge Penley

Lovely, simple eye catching card. Love it.

The pictures are super. Charlie is so interesting and lucky to have you. Enjoy all your pictures.

We have a beautiful bush that turns red in the fall and is glorious to watch. I don't know the name of it but it is quite popular in CT. It would look great in your woodland.
Maarge

ColleenB.

What a wonderful technique; looks like it gives it a very nice texture look / feel to it.
Great looking card Jaydee; simple and yet elegant.
Charlie is adorable and looks so very comfy on 'his' sofa. :}
Welcome home Lou.
Enjoy your weekend and thanks for sharing your photos.
ColleenB.
Texas

Ann Schach

What an awesome technique, Jaydee! I love the texture it imparts.

Colleen Teichman

How 'bout two Colleen comments? ;) Would love to see a pix of this embossing paste! Love the effect it gives to the bg. I often just roll my edges across the ink pad to give the edges color; so easy. Love the understatement of your card! Colleen in Montana

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