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01 October 2016


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Look at it shimmer. Clean, simple and Oh so pretty.
That little chickadee is soooooo cute and fun to watch.
Enjoy your day and have a great weekend

Karen Lang

Love the card.......really stunning. I would like to know what kind of a bird it was that you pictured a while back........you asked people to guess what kind of a bird it was........it was a youngster. I must have missed the post that you told us what it was. I am curious as to what it was! I love your pictures of the wildlife & your woodland. I am also a MN gal but in the middle/west of the state & love the wildlife around the area. Thanks


I love how simple but gorgeous this card is. It must be stunning in person, but the glimmer shows in your picture. Always love your bird pictures. You capture great moments.


This technique yielded a very delicate image. Love the flakes of gold. Very pretty!

Barbara Ghigliotty

Such a gorgeous result with your gold paint, Jaydee! I love the shimmmery effect paired with the abstract details of the rose...truly stunning card! Great idea to create several cards while your paint was wet, too!
Your little chickadee is so sweet! I love that you capture nature and share it with us...Thanks!

Ksenija Rizova

This is so elegant card, Jaydee! I always enjoy unconventional use of materials, stamping with watercolour is a great idea!

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