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03 March 2018


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Ellenor Emilsson

This card is gorgeous!

Stephanie Lanzalotto

What a wonderful card, Jaydee. I love the way the sentiment sits in the popped up oval. The flowers are colored and embellished beautifully. What a great card for a special friend.


The gorgeous flower hugs the frame which focuses on the wonderful sentiment. Beautiful card, Jaydee.


There are few words to use for this card -beautiful and stunning come to mind. You have me thinking about what sentiments I could use for card fronts. Just lovely.

Virginia Lu

Truly beautiful, Jaydee! Love everything about this card!


Anyone would be lucky just to receive this card. Beautiful!

Kelly W.

Gorgeous Jaydee! Love the big, bold flower and using the sentiment on the outside. The gold frame just finishes it off so nicely! Great code word this week and I went to check out the design team and gallery, so fun! My daughter is an Irish dancer so this challenge just speaks to my heart...and who doesn't like to see a spot of green this time of year. I'm craving it everywhere, on my cards, a new houseplant, and even the clothes I wear. Funny huh!

Wishing you a lovely Sunday and rest of your weekend!

Kelly W.

Barbara Ghigliotty

Hi there, Jaydee ~ This is such a gorgeous card! I love how you layered the bloom and leaves, and how you placed the sentiment inside the oval aperture...so CAS and absolutely beautiful! Thanks so much for selecting such a fun code word for us, too :)

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