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07 December 2017

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Barb Ghig

Gasp!!! My goodness, Jaydee...this is such a gorgeous showcase of your Parrot stamp! I love how you colored each one in such a unique way and how your coloring and choice of palettes are just beautiful! You have really done an amazing job using him as your focal point...I love every, single version!!!

sandym

Jaydee... wow. What a stunning gallery of cards, and you've truly made this stamp set shine. Each is so different and gorgeous. I love the foliage stamps, too.

HJ

Oh, Jaydee, these cards are beautiful. I love how colorful in different ways each is. I've been away for almost a month in Australia and New Zealand and have missed your creativity. I'm glad to be home and able to make a few more Christmas cards. Have a wonderful day and here's hoping your mojo is back with your sharing of these wonderful cards.

Evelyn B

Oh my Jaydee!! Love these birds and all the ways that you've used them. So very different but each special in it's own way. I love having the dies to go with whatever stamps I have as I never know whether I want to use as is or cut them out. I like to stamp and take with me to color wherever I might be and then put them together later. I seem to do better coloring if I do a bunch at a time and then work with them again another time to make them into cards. Loved everyone of these. I too need to get some more cards made - I've sent nearly everyone that I have done and I'm challenging myself to use the Milk and Cookies set to make some anniversary and maybe even a retirement card. I love getting a new set of stamps and dies and maybe some new paper and see what I can make come out of it. I rely on old sketches that have worked for me whenever I loose my mojo and eventually it comes back. Best to you!!

Kelly W.

Wow Jaydee, these are just delightful! I love seeing all the different looks based on your colors and medium used. The softness of the yellow one in the middle with his outstanding facial coloring is brilliant especially! I can't believe you've been cutting these by hand. I'm happy there's a die now, what a time saver! Such a great image and I bet it's just fun to play with. Maybe that's the secret to mojo? ; )

Like you, I'm hoping to make a few special cards this weekend for Christmas. The rest will be photo cards with my crazy schedule but I have to let that go and move forward. Our weather is finally cold and our bus stop temperatures are in the teens. My son was forced to wear pants to school this week! Have a lovely weekend crafting!!

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