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23 September 2020


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Barbara, so glad you like the card. I also thought I could put the deer and sleigh together but couldn't get them to work in the traditional manner - even on a longer card, it just didn't seem to look right! Here are the dimensions
card is a standard A2 (4 1/4 by 5 1/2). The font panel is 3 5/8 x 5 1/4. The offset panels are 2 1/4 x 4 and the circle is a 2 3/4 scallop. Hope those help you.
As for the genealogy..... I can disappear down a rabbit hole of analysis for days! I try to double check and triple check all my facts and want multiple sources to prove or disprove a theory, which becomes very time consuming. It's wonderful though when you can finally break through a barrier and DNA testing has helped me do a couple of those - with some very surprising results!

Joanne James

Love your traditional Christmas card Jaydee - very festive and quite layered for you too! Gold, red and green make for a classic combination and your foil deer adds a real touch of elegance. I think many of your readers will be able to identify with your disappointment about cancelled travel plans, it really is rubbish and there are no signs of light at the end of the tunnel yet. I too have started to think about things that make make a Christmas at home with no visitors more gifts and decorations already - we will all make the best of it! Hugs xx

Marina . . . from far Africa!!!

Too bad Jaydee, but you will have other opportunities. The important thing is your protecting yourself and Lou. You had beautiful plans, but I am sure you will replace them with even more beautiful ones.

Barbara Taylor

Love this card, I also bought this bundle to make Christmas cards. Wanted to use the deer with the sleigh but somehow couldn't get it to look right. Thank you for the inspiration. If you don't mind could you give me the measurements you used. Also I read you do genealogy, that absorbs a lot of my time. Again thanks for the inspiration. Barb.

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