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19 June 2018


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Such a lovely card! I love your wild scene and the gorgeous sun! Thanks for sharing with us at Inkspirational! You should check out our blog this morning... =)

Kelly W.

Just gorgeous Jaydee! Your card scene is breathtaking and I can just imagine that it imitates what you got to see in real life, amazing! Love the barn swallow pic. He looks like a superhero with his mask on, ha ha! He is a beautiful bird and I've never seen one of those. I have to share with you that just this morning I saw a baby Pileated Woodpecker flying with her mom! Mom stopped at the suet feeder and baby was up on the roof waiting, not quite sure how to land perhaps. ; ) She was at least half the size of mom and moved to quickly that I was unable to take a photo. Just thrilled to see them reproducing and sharing some time in our yard.


You've really made your small stamps have a big impact. I love the colours and the envelope. Thank you for joining us at Inkspirational Challenges.

Janet Swanlady21

We used the same set! Love your take and lovely CAS scene with the sun taking centre stage. And bravo for doing an envelope too. Lovely idea. I could go to a game reserve every year ... love being in nature.


Wow, your card is stunning! Congrats on the barn swallow nest, you provide such a great home to so many wonderful creatures. It's their way of saying thanks.

Jeanne H

A really beautiful scene on your card, Jaydee. Wish I could go there.

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