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11 October 2014


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Nance Leedy

Gorgeous card, Jaydee! How clever to use these colors on a Christmas card---I never would have thought it. Your coloring is perfection and I love all the white peeking through. Lovely job!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this card is beautiful! I love the way you colored this image. It just pops off the paper! I don't have this stamp, but I might have to buy it after seeing your card! Thanks for the inspiration! XX


Beautiful card, Jaydee! I keep going back to that stamp set because of you. :o)

I'm still not overly enamored of Hello Honey, but I can see that it works well with the other two colors in this challenge. Maybe I'll have a chance to play along this week! :oD


P.S. Howdy, Lou! :o)


What a gorgeous card, Jaydee! I love your coloring!


Love this....that image looked too intimidating for me to color, but I love how you added just little pops of color! Wonderful!


That was a great stamp to use for the challenge, I like the idea you had by leaving the trunk uncolored. It does make the colors of the leaves pop. I really like the enamel dot,too, adds just the right touch!

Ann Schach

Clean and beautiful, Jaydee! What a perfect use of the challenge colors! I LOVE how you only colored smidgens of the leaves. The look is awesome!

Sandy M

Oh Jaydee this is just beautiful!!! Love how you colored this gorgeous image, and love how you left the tree trunk white. Really allows the other elements of the image to stand out. Just lovely.

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