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02 October 2016


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oooh! That owl certainly gives a fright Jaydee - such piercing eyes but a perfect card and great theme too. Love your inky blended BG and superb masking. Thanks so much for playing along with us at AAA Cards this week. Sarah

linda callahan

That night sky with the shining moon is fabulous! Gorgeous Halloween card!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this Halloween card is amazing!!!!!!! I love the night sky and moon you created. It is so realistic! That owl is perfect for any fright night and his glowing eyes add even more effect! Thank you for making my challenge shine, My Friend! XX

Leslie Miller

I love your beautiful owl in the moonlight with the fabulous deep night background you made. The bold sentiment stands out great in black. I've collected a few Halloween stamps over the many years I've been stamping, but there's not much opportunity to use them, tsk tsk. You sound like a woman after my own heart with the birds and woodlands. I'm out feeding and watching the birds everyday. I was lucky enough to retire about a year ago and it's been wonderful! Thank you for sharing your beautiful woodpeckers along with your card.


What a cool card, Jaydee. If the masking and coloring weren't enough, your sponged and splattered background really impresses me. I am not good at all at sponging even though I have those special Tim Holtz inks and blenders. Wish we could get together for a lesson :)


Ooops, forgot to add how I LOVE your card. I am an owl person!


I checked out the woodpecker site. I knew we had woodpeckers out in our trees, but now a sound I always wondered about has been designated to them! Thanks!


Oh my goodness, I couldn't believe it when I saw that I had won the blog candy! It's my lucky Monday!! Thanks so much. Your card is great with the masking and the beautiful night sky. In reading the comments, it is nice to see that a fellow Delawarean, LeAnne, is also a fan of your blog. Thanks again. Have a wonderful day!

Nancy Baxter

I have always loved that owl. Something about him is so endearing. You are fortunate to have the red-headed woodpeckers! They are not indigenous here in the Ohio River Valley. In our 25 years in our home, we had a male visit us once, but he scared all my other birds away while he was here. He stayed for the day and we have never seen him again. Maybe he is visiting you!
Hugs to you and Lou! Nancy B


What a great looing Halloween card. The owl looks like it's staring right through a person. Back ground looks awesome. Great job.
Congratulations HJ on the win.
Have a wonderful day and hopefully a tress free week.

Colleen Begley

Awesome job on the masking, Jaydee! Awesome looking night sky too. Perfect Halloween card.

Nance Leedy

Jaydee, your night sky is fabulous! Such depth of color and distinct yellow moon. Love this owl stamp too--he's perfect! (Hugs)


Awesome spooky card....love that owl! But the woodpeckers steal the show! There were red-headeds spotted in Delaware, just south of here, so I know they're around, but they're not in my wood! Lucky you!


That background is so awesome!SPOOKY! I love it!

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