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02 August 2017

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Jaydee

Thanks, Kathryn :-)
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Kathryn Ricks

I love this card! Thanks for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge!

Jaydee

thanks, Penny. I didn't know about the 50th anniversary flowers being pansies. How fascinating. I will definitely play along again with your fabulous challenges now that I have found you.
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Jaydee

Thanks, Kelly. They really are amazing layered images aren't they? Altenew really did take flower stamps to a whole new level :-) I love that you use the Pansies in spring and in fall for Halloween. I hadn't thought about them for Halloween, that's a great idea. Thanks for the inspiration. :-) Ah.... the blog challenge list is on Paperplayful... it does sound a lot like our Paper Players! The ladies at Paperplayful really do an amazing thing for us craffters listing the challenges every day. I can't imagine how much work they put into it!
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Jaydee

Thanks, HJ :-) and yes, I love blue, too... but generally don't make cards with blue flowers, but the pansies just seemed to scream "color me blue!". Hugs, jaydee

Jaydee

Thanks, Heidi :-)
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Jaydee

Thanks, Marina :-)
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Jaydee

Thanks, Fiona and I will certainly play again now that I have found your fabulous challenge site :-)
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Jaydee

Terri, so glad to find there is another blue lover out there :-) I agree with you about Pansies, too. They are often overlooked but make such a beautiful statement in the garden with their smiling yellow faces :-)
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Penny Hanuszak

I was working on a 50th anniversary card earlier today and wish had had this beautiful pansy stamp to complete it. Dark blue/purple pansies are the flower symbol for a 50th celebration. Your card is beautiful in every way, from the colours you chose to the arrangement and sentiment. Thanks so much for joining us at the Watercooler Wednesday challenge site, and now that you've found us, we hope you'll continue to return with great cards like this. Happy Stamping!

Kelly W.

Wow Jaydee, this card is just gorgeous! I just love your pretty pansies in blue. I have to tell you that this stamped image looks very real! I always manage to get a container of pansies in the Spring and Fall. I love how they make me feel like warmer weather is coming in Spring and then I love to decorate with orange, black, and purple pansies for Halloween! Thank you for the new challenge (new to me too) and the shout out to your peers at Paper Players. I didn't know they did that!

HJ

Beautiful card, Jaydee. Love the blues and your coloring is amazing. Blue is my favorite color, but I find I seldom reach for it when making a card. I'll have to re-think that now with your inspiration. Have a great weekend.

Heidi Weaver

Hi Jaydee, I love pansies and yours are simply beautiful. The layers of blue really makes them stand out against that beautiful green garland. Love the sentiment you chose. It completes the card perfectly. Thanks so much for joining our Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week.

And you're right about all the volunteer work done by those keeping up the challenge lists at the Paper Playful blog. We appreciate their dedication a great deal.

Marina

So pretty - love the glimmer .

Fiona Whitehead

A gorgeous card - the blues are so pretty - so glad you found us and hope to see you play along with us again - thanks for joining in with Watercooler Wednesday challenge this week

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