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10 February 2019

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Elizabeth Stewart

Jaydee... WOWzer! These flowers are gorgeous... I am in love!

Su Mohr

Jaydee, Your sweet peas are gorgeous! The stems look so pretty in Smoky Slate, and the "sweet" sentiment is perfect with your flowers!

jaydee

Thanks, Eliz! I think I'm going to have fun coloring this set - I want to try watercolors next!
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jaydee

jaydee

Thanks, Su. There really is something about the pink and grey color scheme. It's rare that I use anything other than white for the base, so it was good to do something different :-)
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jaydee

Joanne James

Jaydee I love the soft pencil colouring and the contrast with the almost art deco-style block lettering. I can almost smell the scent of those sweet peas - a beautiful CAS card!

laurie

I love sweet peas, and your card is gorgeous!My dad grew them in his garden...such great memories!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is just stunning! I love the sweet peas! Your coloring is just gorgeous! I should try to use pencils more often. Thanks for the inspiration! Stay warm, My Friend! XX

Joan

Beautiful card. I'm not a "pink" person and avoid it as much as possible. However, pairing it with grey really changes it up. I like the overall softness but still bright and cheery. Thanks for a great example in a color combo I would never have tried on my own.

Ann Schach

Beautiful, Jaydee! What a perfect image for watercoloring! I can't wait to see what else you do with this stamp!

Anne Marie Hile

Absolutely gorgeous Jaydee! I just love the soft lines of the image and your watercoloring is beautifully done, as always. I hope you are getting a little reprieve from the snow. Hugs!

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