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07 July 2020


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Marina . . . from far Africa

Thanks Jaydee!!! Afterwards I thought it had been a silly question . . . about the triangles. You have encouraged me. Thanks again!


Linda, there was so much nostalgia in my heart as I was reading your comment. the thought of standing hanging washing on a line with your Mom.... growing up on the farm.... your first view of the grosbeak... they all took me to a warm place in my childhood. thanks for making me smile - oh... and glad you are going to use that DSP now!


Marina, I won't admit to how many cuts I had to make to get these angles to work :-)

Marina . . . from far Africa

The card is great!! I think I will mess it up when cutting the triangles of the DSP. The top, no problem, the triangles . . . hummmm! Love the card!

Chantell Randall

A lovely card Jaydee - these are great papers and stamps. Chantell Just Add Ink

Linda Rodgers

You've inspired me to get out my nautical paper and actually do something with it.

What kind of grosbeaks are they? Not evening grosbeaks. Oh, I've just answered my own question--rose-breasted. I love them. I remember my mom teaching me their name many decades ago when we lived on the farm. We were hanging clothes on the line and one came to a nearby tree. I was amazed at the pretty colours.


I love your designer paper choices, Jaydee. Fabulous card. Thanks for joining us at Just Add Ink this week. x

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