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17 May 2014


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You know what? I think the flower is simpler without the rhinestone. As much as I love bling, sometimes it IS good to resist the temptation. I love what you've created here!

Oh that golden bird! How delightful! My goldfinches are golden once more, but not so vibrant as that little guy. Our hummers have begun to appear once more but that's pretty much the only addition to our birds. It's hard to attract wildlife when you live in a development and have a fenced in backyard. We try, though! We try!


Sandy M

What a beautiful card, Jaydee! I love your watercolor technique for the background, and the flower looks so pretty embossed in white and then colored in. You are luring me towards this stamp set!

Loll Thompson

I LOVE this stamp set Jaydee and can't wait to have it to play with! Wonderful inspiration! Your acrylic block background is perfect and I love the combination of the blue with the yellow and orange flowers - so fun! Loll xx


I'm loving that bird bath too. I've never seen one like it. You will have such wonderful things to see this summer from that screened in area. Have to admit, I'm just a bit on the green side thinking about it. You and Lou work so hard to provide the habitat for all those creatures, you truly deserve the experiences you have. (Oh, and I kinda like the card, too!)


Your card is absolutely stunning! I look so forward to seeing your cards & it's an added treasure when you have photos of your wildlife & yard posted. Thanks for sharing with us all.


Susan, thank you! You are so right... it's free and it's right in front of us if only we open our eyes to see nature in all her glorious diversity.


Cheryl, thank you! So glad you enjoy the photos. I am always happy to share a glimpse of these wonderful creatures who grace us with their presence. Hugs, Jaydee

 Susan Mac

BEAUTIFUL pictures; isn't nature stunning & it's free; TFS!


LeAnne, you might not have seen a warbler, but you certainly photographed a beautiful Scarlet Tanager this week! Oh, and a perfect shot of the tree swallows and your blue robin eggs. Right on this post http://weeinklings.blogspot.com/2014/05/colourq241.html


Terri, I wish I had my camera with me more often. Several times this week I have caught a fleeting glance of something flying to the feeder and by the time I got back with my camera, I either got a picture of nothing other than the feeder, or something so blurred it could have been mistaken for a UFO :-) It makes me wonder what I miss when I'm on conference calls or working at my computer. :-)

Cheryl McAskill

I have to say....I love coming to your site! I come to look at your cards, but I also love your wildlife refuge called home! Thank you so much for sharing. I Thank you for the neat creatures you share with all of us! Blessings to all of you and yours!


Awesome card....fun technique! But of course, you know the birds are my favorite! How lucky to get that little warbler...I have never seen ANY type of warbler, maybe someday I will though!


Love your nature pictures, and especially your little yellow bird ... It must be good to have your camera ready all the time!

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