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12 July 2020

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Anne Marie Hile

What a fabulous way to showcase this stamp set with the challenge colors, Jaydee! Absolutely gorgeous!!

Mary Deatherage

Wonderful card - you've really rocked the color challenge! And - I KNOW who's watching who!! I love your bird photos!!

Vicky

I'm loving the textured card base you used and the blue inking to ground your cluster of images. A stunning card!
Lovely to see your little woodpecker - definitely keeping an eye on you! Hope you'll be able to sit outside on your new deck really soon. Vicky x

Joanne James

Love this little maritime CAS collage Jaydee - the yellow light at the lighthouse gives your card a really uplifting feel too.

Ann Schach

Absolutely stunning, Jaydee! I love the layout, and the clean and simple vibe. It's a perfect masculine card!

Allisa

Fun card, love the trio of elements!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is so fabulous! I love the lighthouse with the anchor and compass. Such a fabulous CAS creation with a masculine feel. This color combo was perfect for this fantastic scene. Makes me long for the ocean!

Stef Perry

Awesome card Jaydee! Gathering all the elements in one corner gives your card a collage effect but in CAS manner, which is totally fabulous. Thanks for sharing the photo of the pretty woodpecker too!

LEANNE M PUGLIESE

I love how you used my colors, Jaydee...perfect CAS creation using one of my favorite masculine sets!

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