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31 May 2018


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Nancy S.

Love seeing the birds. Living on the third floor of a senior apartment, I really do not get to see many and we can ot have a feeder for fear of what furry little creaturs it might bring. One of the prettiest birds I had ever seen had apparently fallen out of a tree on our property and the poor thing had died. I took a photo to show the office manager. She sent the maintennce man who buried it kindly in our garden. I am 71 and have lived in the Philadelphia area most of my life but has hd never seen this little visitor before. It was almost a light olive green. Turns out it was a Philadelphia vireo. Sweet thing. Many years ago while still married, I looked out the kitchen window to see what apoeared to be a reverse robin. I dug out my bird book and discovered it was a rufous-sided towhee - another of which I has never heard but a lovely and welcome visitor. One day even a magnificent luna moth visited. Exquisite.

Okay, your card. I LOVE Altenew stamps. My first set came as a gift with a cardmaking magazine from the UK. It was a Christmas rose and I was overjoyed as I had been unable to find such a stamp before that. I am an independent demonstrator for a well-known company but that does not limit my live of their stamps. Cardmaking may be off the calendar for a few weeks while I heal from a broken ankle (I did something stupid for my age and orthopedic state and went down with my lower leg under me. I am in a walking boot which helps but my knee is horribly painful. I hope I did not tear something there too. You can be sure I will not try that move again. Thank you for sharing this beautiful card with us. It is great inspiration.

Virginia Lu

BEAUTIFULLY stamped! Love the depth and color contrast that you have achieved. Also, the embossing details really enhances this card! I am so glad that you enter your beautiful work in Altenew AECP assignment Gallery. Awesome details and design! Super work!


Georgia, the only way we can co trip them.... remove all food and only feed safflower.. they generally leave within a few days when we do that and the “good” birds generally will eat the safflower.... good luck :-)


Love reading your bird reports! We r keeping a close eye on ours, too, but this year the starlings are ruling the roost. 😡

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