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28 February 2015

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Kylie

A very beautiful card, Jaydee and a way to think outside the box. I'm sure you will inspire many to do the same :) xx

Jeanne

So glad to see you again. I missed your posts and wonderful cards. Personally, I love Baked Brown Sugar - well in cookies. LOL

Loll

Beautiful, soft and delicate card Jaydee. Perfect for showing some love to a friend in need. Great take on the code word. I knew that crafting always made me feel better, but who knew it would be good for my heart too! :) Loll xx

Kelly W.

Beautiful Jaydee! The soft colors are perfect for this sentiment and this card has a relaxed feel to it. Maybe because bird watching is truly relaxing to me as well as stamping, especially with a snowfall! I have a pair of Northern Flickers that are enjoying my suet feeders. I only get to see them in the winter and I just enjoy them so much. We also noticed a Red Breasted Woodpecker has a nest in our maple tree. Maybe just getting ready for Spring, I'm not sure. Enjoy your craft time and welcome home!

Marina

Hi Jaydee!

My best friend's mother just passed away . . . it is true . . . "So hard to find the words" . . . beautiful card!!

Marina . . . from far Africa

Harriet Skelly

Jaydee this is so soft and beautiful - well done!

Barb Ghig

Gorgeous card, Jaydee! I love how you stamped the soft pastel branch and leaves behind your bird, and your envelope liner is so pretty!

vicki dutcher

Beautiful card - love that sentiment -- the 2 go together perfectly

Bonnie

I love your little wren, Jaydee! I just got this set and hope to be able to ink it up soon. Love these soft colors!

ColleenB.

Welcome back Jaydee.
That is such a beautiful card.
Working in my craft room is great relaxation for me as well. It some how just releases the stress factor.
Enjoy your weekend.

"A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but no preserved, except in memory. LLAP" - LEONARD NIMOY. May he rest in peace.

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