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08 March 2020


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Margaret Utt

I loved hearing about your mother! What a lovely way to celebrate International Women's Day.


Beautiful card - using the die cut as a stencil was perfect! Thank you for sharing with AHSC.


What a stunning card Jaydee! I love the soft stencilled background and the gorgeous botanical images on your tag, and the bee is the perfect finishing touch.

I am so touched by your mother's story. What a cruel world to expect women to be able to cope with the grief of losing five children without support. I salute your brave and strong mother and I can hear how proud you are to have come from such a strong line of women. I'm so sorry you lost her far too soon. Sending love, Vicky x

Michelle Loncar

Gorgeous card! Your coloring is perfect. Thanks for sharing at Color Dare!

Dena Hughes

Gorgeous background you created! This is a stunning, elegant card. Your story of your Mom deeply touching, and an important message. Thank you so much for joining us at Atlantic Hearts this week.

vicki dutcher

Lovely get well card - love the neutral with the soft pop of color. Thanks for joining in at JUGS

Sue VanDeVusse

I love the soft colors on this very soothing card. Beautiful design, as well. Thanks for playing along with us at JUGS!

Jeanne H

Thank you for posting the tribute to women and to your mother. Hugs.

Suzanne Reynolds

Stunning card...beautiful and such a lovely get well wish should inspire anyone that receives this card. Love the tribute you gave to women and found your story very interesting. Thanks for sharing with us at Color Dare.

Vandra Stenton

What a lovely card, Thank you for sharing with us at Colour My Heart Colour Dare Challenge, I hope you can join us again soon.


Thanks, Margaret. Really appreciate it


Thanks, Patty. I had such fun playing with the sketch


Thanks, Vicky. It really is sad that women lost children in those days and it was never really spoken about and that medicine really knew so little about why it happened. We have come a long way since then, but I remember I found it very hard to talk about my own miscarriage when it happened.


Thanks, Michelle. I love the color challenge and had such fun playing along


Thanks, Dena. I really appreciate it!

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