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28 October 2018


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Anne Marie Hile

Jaydee, I’m glad you weren’t overwhelmed with the layers this week. I tried to scale it back Haha! Such a lovely mix of patterns and sentiments on your card. I enjoyed reading your post about tea. I also enjoy tea (and Chardonnay coincidentally) but know I have a LOT to learn about how to brew a “proper” cup. Devonshire Clotted Cream sounds like something I need to become familiar with, as well. It just sounds decadent!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is lovely! I especially love the story about your love of tea. It is such a great memory of your Daddy! The gorgeous rose DSP is just perfect for this fantastic sentiment! I know you bff will cherish this gorgeous card. I hope you are having a great week! XXX


What a beautiful card, Jaydee! I'm a tea drinker too, though I don't do so as properly as you. So milk in the cup first, or tea? I love the patterned papers, and both the sentiments too, inside and out!

Elizabeth Stewart

Jaydee... Beautiful patterned paper and a FABULOUS sentiment!


Hi Jaydee,

I ♥ your whole conversation about tea. My Sister is a tea drinker, as is my husband, I'm firstly a coffee person, but when I want to stop the world and get centered I make myself a big pot of tea in a real teapot, and I cover the teapot in a down cozy I once bought at a thrift store (would make a great hat in a cold winter climate but looks pretty strange I bet) - I also heat a cloth rice bag and place that under, keeps the tea burning hot even after an hour! I only drink it in a real teacup(fromm my Mother in law) and saucer. It brings me back to earth when everything around me is super busy. thanks for your pretty card to say that. Love love the soft paper and the sentiments are wonderful. I may have to whip up a tea card for my Sister after being inspired by you!

Evelyn B

Lovely stamps and great sentiments. I too love really strong black teas and I too make a full pot to begin the day. Thanks for sharing your beautiful card - the DSP is lovely.

Karen Andrews

So enjoyed your card and explanation of different teas.
I enjoy tea too.

Ann Schach

What a delightful card, Jaydee! As a tea drinker myself, I adore the sentiments, both on the outside and the inside of the card. And what an awesome bit of trivia about telling the classes based on how they poured their tea! LOVE it!

Jan Clothier

Oh Jaydee! This is so pretty! You are so right about the paper conjuring up visions of bone china cups and high tea. It is fabulous! That tiny tea cup just at the bottom of the sentiment is a genius touch. I'm with you about using a lovely cup for my tea but I like mine Earl Grey, black and so you can see the bottom of the cup although all the rest of the family like theirs like you - gumboot tea.

Joanne James

I love the delicate pastels and roses on your papers Jaydee - perfect for a dainty tea cup. I'm with you too - strong tea in nothing but a china cup! A lovely sentiment too and perfect for a tea-drinker.


That paper is beautiful!Your layers look awesome and I love the sentiment!

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