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18 January 2014


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This is so amazing, I like the brick background :)

Harriet Skelly

Ack - I love that metal house clip!!! Brilliant use for the challenge!

Kelly W.

Hi Jaydee! I too have been mia and I apologize. We are in demo mode for a major remodel in our home. I just love your card. The pop of glittery red is just perfect against all that dreamy white and light gray. I just love the bricks too. Your card reminds me to have a welcome card ready for new neighbors coming in from Florida by the end of the month. Thanks for that!

Boy, your time away sounds so delightful. I've never been across the ocean. It's fun to take in your memories and see your pretty pictures. The Princess Diana walk sounds so pretty and that picture was breathtaking. I'd love to visit the museum someday to. I'm happy for you and Lou to escape and enjoy each other!


Great Welcome card Jaydee - love the little metal house. The red heart gives a fab. pop of colour to the design.
Sylvia x

Kate Nolan-Denham

Great card! Just love the clean design and addition of the metal & pop of red.


Hi Jaydee, what a fabulous card and I love the metal house and the brickwork. That must have been so tricky trying to adhere it to the card. I never would have dared as I am one messy crafter WELL DONE !



Such a cute card, the heart in the centre is fab, great dimension. I loved reading about your day in London. The Churchill Museum is awesome x

ColleenB. - Texas

What a cute card; simple and yet such a heart warming card to give to your neighbor and I bet they really liked it.

Sounds like you had a wonderful time on your get-away.
I did recognize your photo of Buckingham Palace right off the bat, but do have to admit that I did have to look up the name of the park.

After spending $70.00 I got my oven again :}Ordered the heating element and it was in the following day. Hubby went and picked up the part, took out the old and in with the new. Took about a whole 10 minutes to exchange the parts. I'm so happy to be able to use my oven once again.

Have a wonderful and enjoyable day


Why don't I ever think of printing my own sentiments? I sometimes sit there for hours (well it feels like hours) thinking 'What sentiment can I use here?'. It's such a creative thing to do and I never think to do so. Thanks for the inspiration - I love your colour choice and your card is perfect! xx

Shana Gaff

SOOO sweet! I love the glimmer heart in the center of the house. How clever! The brick background is so fitting too. Great card!

Loll Thompson

AWESOME! Love everything about this card Jaydee! Loll xx

vicki dutcher

What a fabulous welcoming card! So fun!!


So sorry I've been MIA, Jaydee. It's been a crazy week.

What a cute cute cute card! Everything about it is delightful, from the little house to the heart to the bricks. LOVE it!

I'm so happy you two had such a lovely time in London. :o) It sounds utterly delightful!


P.S. Hi Lou! :o)

Karen Bourke

Hi Jaydee - great card and I love that cute little house, and I'm sure your neighbours loved it!

Karen x

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