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01 June 2020


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Chantell Randall

A lovely bold images for this CAS style card. Chantell Just Add Ink

Jan M

Such a stunning card Jaydee! Your watercoloured cardinal looks every bit like it took a lot longer to do and I love how you’ve paired him with the lovely leaves and soft textural embossing. Thanks for sharing with us at Just Add Ink this week.


Thanks, Rochelle. I loved playing with the sketch


Kathy, thank you so much! I think I will be using the watercolor method to color my cardinal going forward :-)


Marina, thank you for catching that! I have fixed it :-)

Kathy Hunter

how pretty this is, I love the simplicity and vibrant coloring...just gorgeous!

Marina . . . from far Africa

I definitely have to learn how to color!!! Jaydee, Leanne's name does not appear in the list of paper players . . . I go to her site with my browser. Thanks!

Rochelle Blok

Such a gorgeous card Jaydee! The red and the green colours just pop against the white. I love the little bit of added texture in the corner with the embossed panel. Beautiful! Thanks for playing along this week at Just Add Ink. Rochelle xo


LeAnne, you are too kind, thank you! I was actually really pleased with how the cardinal turned out. I need to use my markers and water more often! I am enjoying find different ways to use the very busy DSP!

LeAnne Pugliese

What a fabulous way to use that greenery...I predict a winner with Mr Cardinal!

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