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04 September 2016


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So clever Jaydee!I love gingham, and that lime green is awesome. AWESOME CAS card!!!


Oh, what a lovely card. That beautiful butterfly makes the whole card pop with color.
Them embossed circles are cool.
Have a great week

Nance Leedy

LOVE, love, love these partially embossed circles--so perfect for the challenge and that pretty butterfly. Love the fresh color palette too. Fabulous card, my friend!


This is such a great challenge Jaydee, and the cards already in the gallery are so much fun. Love your embossed circles, and lime green is one of my favorites, too.

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is gorgeous! I love how you did those embossed circles! Not sure how you did it, but wish I knew how! the lime green gingham is perfect! This is such a fantastic challenge idea! Your card is just simply CAS perfection, My Friend! XXXX


Oh how pretty!! I LOVE the circles and that gingham butterfly is stunning with the white!


Boy, I am lovin' this plaid -- your challenge was wonderful and your butterfly mounted on the circles is CAS perfection!

Joanne James

Love those embossed circles Jaydee - I almost did something similar, perfect for your challenge this week! Your gingham butterfly adds a real touch of 'zing' to your card. What a fab card and challenge theme this week!

Linda Callahan

Fun challenge! Your bright green gingham butterfly is beautiful against the white! And I love how you did the circles! Gorgeous card!

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