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15 April 2017


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Ellenor Emilsson

What a sweet card :)

Anne Sweeney

Omg I love all your wild life!!! Amazing .. Life is so sweet .. Tfs

Trina P.

Pretty card. Love your watercolouring and the soft rainbow colours.


Happy Easter Monday . . . Spring will get to you sooner than you think!!

Marina . . . from far Africa


What a beautiful card, Jaydee. I love these flowers in rainbow colors. A while ago I tried white embossing powder on watercolor paper but could not see the design. I have some of the Hero Arts Puff White EP and will have to try that. Thanks for the tip. Great job of mixing Zigs with Prismacolor pencils. It's a winning combination when you do it. I'll see what happens when I give it a go. Have a great week.


What a creative way to use the rainbow theme, Jaydee. The flowers look wonderful and I love the shape of the stitched panel.

Linda Rodgers

Oh, that male pheasant is just gorgeous! I, like you, really hope that they stick around. (I'm hoping for more photos.) Thanks for sharing.

Barb Ghigliotty

You always make the prettiest cards, Jaydee! I love how your embossing powder added texture to your design and your coloring is just beautiful! Fabulous details with your pencils, too :)
Thanks for sharing the photos of your visitors with us! I do hope the weather stays nice for you from here on out, and the 'green stuff' just keeps on coming! Such fun to visit your blog...Hugs, Barb


I like your non-traditional rainbow approach! So pretty!

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