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31 August 2019

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Stephanie Lanzalotto

Love all of those wonderful little pink birdies perched on that curvy branch. Lovely showing of the challenge colors. xx

Barbara Ghigliotty

Hi Jaydee ~ It's always fun to visit your blog! Your lovely flock of birds are so sweet and you've colored them beautifully! Such a lovely CAS take on the code word!

I'm so glad to see that you are back in your craft room, even though you never missed a beat creating gorgeous cards for the ATCAS challenges :) How fabulous it is that you were able to take some time to research your family tree...way to go!

I think it's really wonderful that you put out some lovely treats for your visiting Orioles, especially at this time of year...I'll bet if they could thank you, they would!

Angie

Really pretty - love the way you used the colors. Those birds on that branch are lovely! Great card!

Bobby

Your love of birds is apparent, Jaydee. And I love your imagination making these cuties purple and pink.

jaydee

thanks, Stephanie.
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jaydee

jaydee

Thanks, Barb :-) The Orioles are always welcome in our garden and we love watching them show their babies where to get food. We are blessed to have such wonderful visitors
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jaydee

jaydee

Thanks, Angie :-)
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jaydee

jaydee

Thanks, Bobby. Yeah... pink and purple birds aren't that common :-)
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jaydee

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