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03 July 2015

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Gerri K

Jaydee,
I LOVE both of these cards!! The English Grdn dsp is my favorite this year and Four Feathers is one of my favorite stamp sets. You have put them together beautifully. Thank you for the inspiration.

ColleenB.

Both cards are Amazing and such a fun sketch to work with.
That Corrugated cardstock is perfect for such a card.
Beautiful and wonderful touches you had done on the feminine card.

I have some hummer feeders throughout the yard including one just outside my kitchen window.
They are so much fun to watch. I could sit and watch them all day. Have learned tho...........Do Not wear a red shirt while working outside.

Enjoy the remainder of the weekend

Doris D.

WOW! Both cards are outstanding. The masculine one with the corrugated background is stunning. And the fussy cut flowers just took it over the top. The feminine card is so soft and silver thread and rhinestones made this card. You certainly rocked the DSP.
Loved your photos of the day.

Marina

Beautiful cards . . . the feathers look gorgeous and it is amazing how you can change -- with colors and rhinestones -- from masculine to feminine. In Paris, I went into a Guerlain store and they were giving away feathers which they sprayed with "La Petite Robe Noire" . . . I got several beautiful feathers. Among my projects is the purchasing of the stamp and die.

You really enjoy nature . . . good for you!!

Marina . . . from far Africa

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