« Hey Chick for Paper Players #349 | Main | Enchanted Iris for Paper Players # 350 »

24 June 2017

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Ellenor Emilsson

Such a pretty card :)

Ellenor Emilsson

Your card is stunning! I love it :)

Bobby

I love the contrast of the two white, Jaydee. They made such a beautiful card. I love your bird photos. How lucky you are to have such wonderful visitors and then be able to take pictures of them.

Barb

Utterly elegant card.

The bird pics are stunning. Thx for sharing

Kelly W.

Just beautiful Jaydee! I think this would make a lovely newlywed card as well, especially adding the touch of silver. So wonderful to have a design that works for many occasions with an exchange of sentiments!

I just had to listen to the Grosbeak calls. We only see those migrating and I've never heard their call. So sweet! My birdies are going through 2 suet cakes a day right now! I think they'd go through more if I put them out honestly. I had a raccoon destroy one of my feeders looking for food. Chewed through the wire handle even (after some help from the fat squirrels). I'll be off to replace my feeder today nonetheless. ; ) Enjoy your Sunday!

ColleenB.

Hello Jaydee; remember me? With gardening, getting my shed built, canning, cooking, baking, and keeping hubby happy; keeps me busy
Love the white on white cards and yours is no exception.. . . Very classy.
I was doing / working on some white on white Christmas cards yesterday. (raining outside all day, so had to work inside) I'm one that doesn't like to do last minute in making Christmas cards, so try to make a few off and on all year.
Enjoy the remainder of the weekend and give my Hello's to Lou.
Enjoy seeing your bird / wild life pictures. Keep them coming. :} Thank You.

Marina

Loved your elegant card . . . I love monochromatic cards. Enjoy Mother Nature!!

Carolyn Bennie

A stunning card Jaydee - the naturals cardstock is a wonderful idea! I most especially love the placement of those rose die cuts - stunning. x C

Barbara Ghigliotty

Hi Jaydee ~ What a great idea to use your natural white cardstock as a background for these beautiful floral cut-outs! I love all the texture you achieved and the elegance of white on white...so pretty!
So sorry to hear that you have to deal with insurance...perhaps you'll be happily surprised as we were when an old tree fell in our yard and on the house :) Wishing you the best of luck with that!
Thanks so much for sharing more beautiful photos of your lovely visitors! They really are beautiful, and I think they're very blessed to have you and hubby to feed them...if they could thank you, I'm sure they would!!! Have a great weekend...hugs, Barb xo

Susan

Such a beautiful and elegant card. Love it. That bird is so pretty...love his orange body...looks like copic shading :)

The comments to this entry are closed.

Follow

Your email address:


Powered by FeedBlitz

My Photo
Crafting, cooking, trivia, art, literature, photography and nature loving travel addict. The only mammal not having a bad hair day when this picture was taken in Saqqara, Egypt, was "Fox" the camel!

Paper Players Design Team

Screen Shot 2019-12-15 at 2.57.50 PM

Site Content

Disclaimer

  • This is my personal blog.You are welcome to CASE my projects, but please follow the code of blogging and give proper credit. It's the right thing to do :-)