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18 October 2014

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Karen Bourke

Love how you've toned down the dp Jaydee........looks lovely peeping through the vellum. What a lucky husband to receive such a thoughtful gift from you.

Karen x

Rach

Very soft and lovely, Jaydee. :o) I do love to work with vellum.

Hugs!

Sylvia-Anne

Soft and dreamy is how I would describe this gorgeous card Jaydee! Great use of the vellum - absolutely LOVE it!!

Sylvia x

Loll

Hi Jaydee. The vellum really softens the bright DSP and gives it a magical look ... perfect paired with the stars :) Great tips for hiding the adhesive on vellum ... always a challenge! Loll xx

baileyrosy

Hi Jaydee I love how you used vellum to soften the DP such a great idea and very effective love the addition of the tag and the stamping on the from is beautiful.

Marie

Harriet Skelly

I love your card Jaydee - the stamping on vellum makes the card look so ethereal!

vicki dutcher

Love the vellum panel and those muted stars in your bg!

ColleenB.

Awesome looking card and I'[m sure Lou enjoyed it as well.
There do have double sided Adhesive Sheets for vellu7m
Gina K has a great video showing how to secure your vellum to the adhesive sheets. http://stamptv.ning.com/video/skeleton-leaves-on-vellum

Have a great day along with an enjoyable and relaxing weekend.

Sandie

great use of vellum and love that background x

Hannelie Bester

Hi Jaydee!
I love the softness the vellum adds to your design!
Thanks so much for linking to my blog, and your kind words!

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