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26 July 2015

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Jeanne

Absolutely love your sailboat card! In my time I've done quite a lot of sailing, of course, that was in San Diego before we moved back to MN! ;-)

LeAnne

Oh my, this is so fun....love your little sailboat and the glittery waves! Perfect summer creation!

Joanne James

I just love the clean lines of your card Jaydee! I was bowled over by the cute sailor's knot and then I saw the sparkle of the waves on your close up and just did a swoon!! Such a fab card!

laurie

I LOVE nautical cards and this one is fantastic!Love that touch of wink..just perfect!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is just fabulous! I wish I was sailing with you today! Your card is just perfect for this sketch! The sparkly hull and waves looks amazing! The twine knot is absolutely the best touch! Love it! XXX
Don't forget to rest. You are certainly working too hard!

Sandy M

I couldn't wait to comment on this card, Jaydee! I love it, and love how you used the sketch. The sparkly hull and waves are awesome, and the knot is the perfect nautical finishing touch!

Jodi McKinney

such beautiful details with your clean and simple style! always stunning! beautiful card Jaydee!

Nance Leedy

I love this little boat rolling among the waves--especially with the touch of glimmer. Perfect use of the sketch and my absolute favorite part is that sweet little knot!

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