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27 January 2016


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Jaydee, the card is really cute and I love the shading on the flowers. I really liked your picture of the doves. The coloring is subdued, but so pretty. Take care,


Doris D.

Such a beautiful card. Love what you did with the leaves.
We have doves that hang around on the ground to catch the bird seed when the finches eat. They are so pretty.


I still think I have to learn how to color . . . the stamps acquire another dimension . . . combined with your art . . . beautiful!!

It must be great to go to one of your windows and be able to see God's hands through Mother Nature.

Thanks for sharing.

Marina . . . from far Africa


I love the watercolours. Given your talent with colours and stamping, I'm sure you could paint. I love the way you capture the magnificence of nature-your house placement must be quite fantastic! We have one of those birdbath a but weren't sure it would work in Saskatchewan - you've convinced me to pull it out and try it!

Heather Cooper

This is a great card! I love the texture of the leaves and the vibrant colours of the flowers! Thanks for joining us again at As You See It Challenges, Jaydee!

Jan Clothier

I love the intensity of colour you've got with those flowers. They are so vibrant and zingy! Those pencils of yours must be magic. I agree with you about the texture in the leaves too. A totally delightful card! Thanks so much for joining us again at As You See It this week.

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