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25 August 2019

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Gail S.

Beautiful card! What die did you use for the silver-looking leaves? I've had way too many surgeries on thumbs and fingers, so believe me when I say it will get better. It takes time and lots of exercising and working with them, but you should get full mobility back. Will keep sending good thoughts and prayers your way.

Wanda Cullen

Love the soft color tones you used! So glad to hear your hand is getting more functional! Have a great week!

Sharon H

Just lovely! What die did you use for the circle?
Thank you

HJ

Beautiful card today in the soft colors. Love all the elements you've combined to make this pretty card. I'm glad you are able to make cards and what progress to be able to make four in a row. All the hard work of exercising is paying off. Enjoy your day!

Ann Schach

Beautiful, Jaydee! This is definitely my favorite stamped set and paper from the Annual Catalog. I am so happy to hear that your hand is healing. It takes time...and patience for sure! Hugs!

Joanne James

Jaydee the soft colours of your bird and chosen papers compliment your grey background perfectly. So glad to hear your hand is continuing to improve - you will get there!

jaydee

Hi Gail, I used Neenah Solar White card stock and colored the leaves with one of my Altenew ink cubes. Then, I covered the leaves with my gel marker to add that shimmer and shine. I hope that helps and thanks for the reassurance from experience.... it does sometimes feel that I am fighting a very tight elastic band on the three affected fingers, so it's good to know that mobility came back for you. Thanks also for the good thoughts and prayers :-)
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jaydee

Sharon,
thanks. I used the Lil Inker Stitched circles. They aren't layering circles per se, but I am able to use two of them to help create the outer circle. if you have layering dies, it would probably be easier. https://www.lilinkerdesigns.com/stitched-mats-circles/
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jaydee

Hi HJ
thanks... so glad you like the colors, I love the softness of them, too. Yes, it honestly felt so good to be able to make multiple cards in one sitting :-)
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jaydee

Ann, mine, too. It was this set and paper that encouraged me to sign up as a demo again :-)
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jaydee

Thanks, Joanne. I don't generally use grey, but think it really does work so well with these colors.
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Jaydee

jaydee

Thanks, Wanda. Pink isn't normally my "thing", but I just fell in love with this DSP and who can say no to polka dots :-)
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Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, I am so happy you hear your hand is much better! That is great news! Your card is gorgeous! I love the pink polka dots and the sweet little bird! The grey background is perfect to compliment your DSP! Have a great weekend, My Friend! XX

Windy Ellard

Your bird is so sweetly colored. I am going to have to case it for a card. Really beautiful card!

laurie

How pretty! I just love those polka dots and sweet bird!!!

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