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29 June 2015


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Jan M

What a fun and fabulous thank you card Jaydee! I love your mix of pretty DSP and the bright and shiny lifesaving raft is fantastic! Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week :-)

Narelle Farrugia

Oh this is fabulous! What a wonderful clean card and those colours are perfect for a masculine card. Thanks for joining us at JAI this week!


What a cute and awesome card and such a great touch of detail on your life preserver.
Such a cute photo of mama feeding her young. thanks 4 sharing
Have an enjoyable day

Kim Badelt

What a fun way to say thanks Jaydee! I love the extra touches you add to make it special like the glossy accents coating. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week.


Love your card. What a great sketch to work from. I like how the life preserver echos the white circle. The wink of stella and crystal accents really put the finishing touch on the card.

Christine Blain

The papers you've used are so cute, Jaydee, and are a perfect complement to that stamped image. So glad you could join us at Just Add Ink this week. :)

Rochelle Blok

Such a cute card Jaydee! Love the mix of the patterned paper and the lifesaver with the Crystal Accents is the perfect touch! Love the matching envelope too! Great use of the sketch. Thanks for playing along this week at Just Add Ink. Rochelle xo

Sandy M

What an awesome card Jaydee! Love that life preserver. My kit just came in the mail today and I can't wait to play!

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