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11 August 2019

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Su Mohr

I love what you did with the Cat, Jaydee! It is adorable sitting in the open box. A perfect CAS card!

Anne Marie Hile

This is just too cute, Jaydee! I love how her little tail pops out from the rectangle and the clean design really makes the kitty the star of the card. So sweet! Thanks for a fun challenge this week! Hugs!

Ann Schach

This card is adorable, Jaydee! I love how it is positioned within the frame! So creative!!!

Carol L

This card is so much fun with that cute cat! A cat would definitely become entwined like that if given the opportunity I'm sure! Love the colors too on this very creative design!

elisa

super clear and simple card, congrats!
i love the cats :)
hugs from Chile

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, I am so sorry you are still struggling with your hand and arm. Prayers for continued healing, My Friend!
I love the little frame around the kitty! This is a super CAS card! You always make it look so easy! Have a great weekend! XX

Windy Ellard

This frame is so adorable and playful with your adorable cat!

Joanne James

The use of the frame is a really clever way to add interest to your CAS card Jaydee and frames your kitty beautifully. This was such a fun challenge this week!

Wanda Cullen

Your framed kitty is absolutely adorable! Great CAS design!

laurie

How cute! I love how the tail sticks out..fun design!

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