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27 September 2020

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jaydee

Joanne, I am so pleased you pushed me out of my comfort zone and made me use some of the goodies I had purchased and didn't know what to do with :-)
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jaydee

Joanne James

I had a feeling my sketch was going to be loved by Claire and dreaded by you in equal measure Jaydee, but not only did you rise to the challenge you created a card that is absolutely fabulous and which I am most certainly going to CASE! Just stunning - bravo for embracing the layers!

Anne Marie Hile

I immediately thought of you when I saw the layers, Jaydee! You managed to get the layers in and still create a clean and classy design. I love that you didn't color the poinsettia red, too. Now I need to revisit that newsprint paper...funny how it takes just the right card to make it a "must have". Just beautiful, my friend!

Allisa

Such a stunning card, love your color choices. Your many layers turned out perfect!

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is so elegant! I love every detail! The embossing adds so much texture and that poinsettia is gorgeous! I love white ones! You would never know all those layers were difficult for you!!!!!! Perfection, My Friend!

Ann Wilcox Schach

Fabulous, Jaydee! Absolutely perfect coloring on the poinsettia cluster. Yummy texture, too! It's a stunning, elegant layered card, my Queen of Clean!!!

LeAnne Pugliese

Just beautiful! So simple really, but the layers and gold strip really add up to a stunning creation! I am putting this in my "favorites" folder as I just got this set and can't wait to get it inky!

Stef Perry

I was thinking about you, Jaydee, our CAS queen, when I was trying to come up with how I was going to incorporate all those layers on my card. Your card turned out absolutely exquisite, with the perfect dsp layers and subtle palette for the poinsettia. You made it fresh and crisp, as well as so very elegant. Love it!

jaydee

Linda, thank you :-) and I second the #noredpoinsettias! They look so much more serene in the grey-greens :-)
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jaydee

jaydee

Lou, thank you! :-) I know what you mean about the paper.... it is SO in your face and the prints are much larger than I anticipated, especially for cards. SO hiding it is the only thing I can think to do with it :-)
Hugs
Jaydee

Lou Davis

I totally agree with Linda - your card is awesome and you totally owned that sketch! The first thing that greatly impressed me is that you used that 'newsprint' paper that has been a disappointment to me from the second I saw it - but you used it beautifully!
Thank you for your inspiration!

Linda

This is stunning! You’d never think this was out of your comfort zone. I agree with your comment on the color choice #noredpoinsettias

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