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15 October 2017

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Joanne James

That owl is a proper scary one Jaydee - his eyes really are quite intense and the moon makes him look even more spooky. A great Halloween card! The flowers are gorgeous too - your garden really is a natural paradise, you're so fortunate.

Deanne @ Three Trees

Haha - I think I only have two Halloween stamp sets - glad I am not the only one! Such a fantastic card, love that big yellow moon!

sandy m

Well you may only have one Halloween set Jaydee, but it was perfect for this challenge. Love how you colored your owl, and those eyes sure are spooky! Love you nature pics too. That sunset is amazing, looks like it was painted.

Nance Leedy

Oooooh, he's spooky all right! His mesmerizing stare is spooky enough but your fabulous coloring really sets him off. I love the touch of whimsy in the pumpkin pail--so cute! Your garden pix are beautiful and that sunset is breathtaking!

Annie Abrahamson

Eeeek! That is one scary owl! We have a lot of owls in my neck of the woods and they often fly low at night when they're hunting. Spooky when they pass in front of your headlights! Great Halloween card, Jaydee ~ Hope you're having a great week! Hugs, Annie

Jan Clothier

The owl, with his stare and beak, is quite intimidating! He looks all the more striking against the black and I really like the way his circle is off the edge of the page. The photo of the sky is absolutely stunning and has me itching for my sponges - it's a card in the making!

LeAnne

I would run for the hills if I saw a scary owl like that...he's quite impressive! Love your coloring..and glitter!

Marsha Lotze

Hello Again,

We had a couple gorgeous yucca plants in our back yard for one season. Wish I could get them again. Our pool was full to overflowing the first winter from all our rains and I think the water killed the yuccas. They are so beautiful when in bloom throughout the desert.

Thanks Jaydee.

Jaydee

Thanks, Marsha! Yeah... these guys wouldn't do well in your Mojave locale. BUT... you do get some amazing flowers in season and I hope you share some with us sometime. :-)
hugs
jaydee

Marsha Lotze

Hi Jaydee.

Thanks for the beautiful flowers from your yard. They are so gorgeous! Wish I could grow them in the high desert of Apple Valley.

Your cards are also beautiful.

Jaydee

Hi Kelly
you are right.. they are milkweed pods. Here's the link to the wikipedia page for this particular milkweed https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asclepias_tuberosa
It really is beautiful - the orange flowers are just gorgeous. I hope you are able to get some and grow it where you are. If you need seeds, I should be able to get some locally and send them to you.
hugs
jaydee

Jaydee

Thanks, HJ

Jaydee

thanks, Claire

Jaydee

Thanks, Laurie

Jaydee

Thanks, Nancy :-)

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