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04 December 2013


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Nancy Baxter

I love your views and your photos. Our resident pileated flew by earlier this week for my first glimpse. The family should soon stop on our close suet tree and our deck rail with another suet cage. We are in for some snow & ice over the next few days -- yuck. It's pretty but very dangerous here. I adore your angel topper. She reminds me of a weather vane. I noticed all the details on your card. The cut outs make it so dimensional.

Marge Penley

I too never tire of your pictures of the wetlands. These Christmas pictures with snow are very festive. Here in Connecticut we have no snow yet and I'm even wearing my snowman sweatshirt to bring it on, but alas it's not working.

The card was certainly lovely too as yours always are.

kathy amstutz

I thoroughly enjoyed your winter-y pictures but am so thankful I live in Mesa, AZ....brrrrr!


¡¡¡¡Qué frío!!! . . . . let it snow . . . let it snow . . . (you add the music) . . . what a lovely card . . . is it a 3D? . . . looks like it.

The pictures of your backyard (??) are absolutely beautufil . . . mother nature at its utmost!!

A warm hug for a cold and snowy weather.

Marina . . . from far Africa.

Sally Davis

Now, if those photos don't get you in the Christmas mood, nothing will! Thanks for sharing.


I love the card--simple, CAS, gorgeous!

And, that snow. OMStars that SNOW!!!!! Ah. I can live vicariously through you. :o) I hope we get some this year but I'm not holding my breath. :oS

Happy Thursday!


P.S. Hi Lou!

Kelly W.

Hi Jaydee! Truly a wonderful Christmas card here! Beautiful! Your snowy pictures are just lovely. The pileated would have me watching him all day instead of working. 6 inches of snow huh, wow, seems too early for that. We are supposed to get snow tomorrow (Fri) but only 1-2 inches. Kids are hopping for a snow day to go sledding! They would get that in your area. ; ) We have been in the 60's and I can tell you I'm not ready for minus numbers. Those poor creatures outside! I have to say that your deck tree angel topper is outstanding! She looks like she might float away into your wetlands. Love seeing all your pictures, keep them coming. Stay warm!

Lynn Hayes

Brrrrrrrrrrrr..........so cold but so beautiful! We were in the 80's today. Love all that snow - but then, I don't have to shovel it either. Thanks for the gorgeous pictures.
Love your card!! Very creative and cute. I'll have to remember how to do this now. Love it!


Love this perfectly CAS card, Jaydee!! I cant believe there is so much snow! Ive never seen so much!! Its wonderful to see the photos and one of these days I will travel over to see a White Christmas instead of melting in the heat xx


what a lovely card along with beautiful snow pictures as well but -8 deg.; that's cold and I thought our temperatures are going to be bad here the next few days but not as cold here as it is in your neck of the woods.
Coming in tomorrow nigh; cold wind, freezing temperatures along with rain and sleet and possible snow in some areas. That is to keep up through Monday and hard to believe that it was 80 deg. today and now the bottom drops out come tomorrow afternoon. :{
Stay warm Jaydee and bring in that extra log for the fireplace.
Love your angel on top of your lovely tree.
Enjoy your evening and have a wonderful weekend


Oh my goodness.....your snowy scenes are beautiful! I am so jealous of your pileateds, too! BUT THE CARD IS WONDERFUL! Love how you overlapped the trees....fabulous!

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