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20 February 2016

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SonjaK

Awesome! Did you really fuzzy cut those tiny sheep? What a task! Your card is simply fabulous.

Doni High

You made a great scene!love the rolling hills and that little sheep is the cutest!

Valentyna

That should be very a very happy place there! Love those sweet colors and whole scene looks so springy to me.

Marina

Thanks so much for the Spring smiles . . . I consider as if the card was sent to me!!!

I have been in Africa 38 years and have seen snow three times . . . one at Tlemcen, North East and twice in Algiers, where I live. One week ago it hailed so much that it seem snow. This happenend after enjoying Spring time weather all Winther through . . . today the sun is shining and mild weather.

Colleen

What an adorable card; the houses, the rolling hills and them cute sheep. Like the sentiment as well which we sure have been having some nice Spring weather.

Don't know why, but when I first seen the code word up above, the first thing that popped into my mind was a birdhouse. Home Tweet Home.

Great card Jaydee and Welcome home Lou
Both have a wonderful weekend

Susan

Love the scene you created here. Very warm!

Barb Ghig

Beautiful Copic coloring and I love how you layered the houses! I also love how you added those sweet little sheep with your sentiment! Darling card, Jaydee!

Sarah

Awesome take on the codeword and the shadows behind those buildings are fabulous and adds such impressive dimension! X

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