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28 June 2014

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Anne Marie Hile

Just gorgeous, Jaydee! I love the layered flower and that fabulous DSP. Your dragonfly photo is amazing! They are in full swing in our yard, as well. Such beautiful creatures. I really hope we have them at the new house. Yesterday, I had a moment with my husband because I was so worried about moving and what would happen to "our" hummingbirds. :(

Nance Leedy

Oooh, I just ordered this DSP and now I can't wait to have it! Your card really lets it shine and I love the way the flower emphasizes the hint strawberry in the pattern. Beautiful nature photos too--midwest summers are the BEST! ((hugs))

Kelly W.

Hi Jaydee! Such a lovely card you've made!! I really like this dsp pattern with all the movement and your gorgeous layered flower is perfection.

So happy to hear that the storms didn't cause havoc with your new porch. Your photos are so pretty. Love them all! Have a wonderful visit with your friends!

Sally Davis

I have my first purple cone flower of the year also. Enjoy your company. I hope the weather does cooperate and you have many days and nights on your new porch. It sounds divine!

Andrea W

Terrific card! The green patterned paper and flower looks like they were inspired by your beautiful backyard photos.

Ann Schach

Gorgeous, Jaydee! I love this pattern from Park Lane. It is so sophisticated!

ColleenB. - Texas

Beautiful card Jaydee and your layered flower is Gorgeous.
What a great shot of the dragonfly. They won't be still long enough for me to get a shot like that and that woodpecker; looks like he's really giving you a great pose. He's looking at you and thinking, ' you looking at Me? ' :}
Enjoy your company and have a great evening

Rach

Hi Jaydee! I'm back to the world of the 'net, having had a bit of a road trip to visit GF.

The card is beautiful and I, as always, admire you for your tenacity with regards to fussy cutting. :oP

We have so many varieties of dragonflies and I never get tired of them. They're delightful and a sign of a healthy ecosystem. :o) And, the woodpecker? We have one who clings almost upside down on our feeder. Silly bird!

Hooray for screen porches--especially storm durable ones! And, hooray for visits from dear dear friends! :o) Enjoy your time with them!

Hugs!

P.S. Hi Lou!

Cheryl McAskill

Lovely Jaydee! Thank you for sharing. Enjoy the visit from friends and enjoy the new screened in porch! I envy your vast wetlands and 'prairie'! Take care.

Sandy M

Very pretty car, Jaydee! Love that DSP, I must have missed it in the catalog, and love that yummy layered flower. Thanks for sharing your nature shots, too, which reminds me I must get into the garden and take some photos also. As opposed to your wetlands, we are having a dry spell in the east and it hasn't rained in two weeks, with none in the immediate forecast. Must get out there and water today, too!

Doris D.

Your card is beautiful. I love the DSP and you are right, highlighting with the red flower makes everything pop!
Oh, your first coneflower one of my favorites. They will add special color to that area.
Have fun with your friends. I know they will enjoy spending time with you on your screened porch watching all the wildlife.

LeAnne

I just got some of this paper and this was one of my favorite patterns! I didn't even realize there was a wee bit of red in there...looks so nice with that big Flower Patch layered flower! Gorgeous! And wonderful nature pics too!

Linda Rodgers

:-) Just :-)

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