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29 April 2014

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Leigh Penner

Oh, this is so soft and pretty! Wonderful take on the inspiration photo and sketch!

ColleenB. - Texas

I like the softness of your card; simple and yet elegant.

Rach

Oh the simplicity, yet stunning amount of detail on this card. I love it! :o) The velum is soft and subtle and perfect for the softness of the feathers. Just lovely!

My prayers with those affected by the storms as well. We're soon to be under a tornado watch and it worries me. This has been a rough spring.

Your waterfront property is certainly waterfront-y these days. ;oP It's always exciting to see new species of birds come along, even if you do have to have a flood to make it happen. It's been raining since Monday afternoon, but we're not up to our ankles in water, so that's a good thing. :oP

Have a great day!

Hugs!

P.S. Howdy Lou! :o)

Tracy

Love your card! The vellum feathers are really pretty and I like the one green heart!

Loll Thompson

Gorgeous elements that come together for a creative and unique work-of-art in a card. Love this Jaydee! Loll xx

donna mikasa

Wonderful take on the sketch! I love that you used feathers on vellum!
Thanks for joining us at CAS(E) this Sketch!

Iwona Palamountain (Chupa)

Oooh, I love this stamp set! wonderful CASE!

Jenny Martin (My Paper Epiphany)

Gorgeous card! This card reminds me of Debbie Hughes too.

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