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28 September 2019

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Bobby

I agree, Jaydee. There's nothing more uplifting in winter than to see that bright red spot on snow covered branches. Your lovely card is a tribute to that beautiful bird. It's sad to see that so many birds are disappearing. Thanks for sharing the article.

Angie

So beautiful and colored so nicely. Your card is oh so elegant and gorgeous!

Barbara Ghigliotty

Beautiful coloring on your Cardinal, Jaydee! I love your softly blended background and how you placed him on your lovely branch! Such a striking card!

Thanks so much for sharing an update on the stats and for the link to the Cornell article...and mostly for being such an amazing advocate to our friends in the sky :)

Stephanie Lanzalotto

What a beautiful card, Jaydee. And a beautiful post as well. TFS

Vicky

It's lovely to see your gorgeous creation Jaydee, not least because I've had my beady eye on this set since the SU seasonal catty came out! Your inked background is so beautifully soft and the bird makes a lovely contrast with it. I love the banners that come in this set too and I like the way you left yours uncoloured.

I'm with you on the birds - and other flying creatures too, so important for the environment. My own garden is the size of a pocket hankerchief but it is teaming with creatures nesting, feeding and going about their businesses! :)

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