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09 June 2018

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Bobby

And here I thought you painted that panel, Jaydee. It did come in handy for this challenge and the sentiment goes well with it. I have three pair of Grosbeaks that come to me each year. I love watching them but didn't know they traveled with Orioles that I would like to attract. My husband make a jelly feeder but the ants took over and he won't let me hang it anymore.

Doni High

Great take on the code word, Jaydee! Love the colors in that paper. I had 2 Orioles
at my bird feeder...then poof haven't seen them since. They must have been just passing thru.

Ellenor Emilsson

Your card is beautiful! I love it so much :)
Take care
Ellenor

ElizStewart

Jaydee... your card is fabulous. I seriously thought you had watercolored the background...wow! What a wonderful patterned paper! Your small touches truly brings this card together...love it!

Barbara Ghigliotty

I love how you paired this beautiful paper with your soft gray cardstock and how you completed the inside of your card, Jaydee! Fabulous envelope, too...another creative take on the code word!
Thanks so much for sharing these great photos with us...it's so nice to see that these gorgeous birds have a place to stop in for a bite to eat...they are very lucky to have you, that's for sure :)

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