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11 October 2020

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Anne Marie Hile

Can you believe I don't have this stamp set yet? But your beautiful card just took it to the top of the list. The colors really pop on the clean design and I love the texture from the brick background. Wow!! Love everything about this one, my friend! Hugs!

Ann Wilcox Schach

An absolutely stunning wreath, Jaydee! The Crushed Curry really pops. I LOVE the textured background. You did a fabulous job with the colors I selected!

Allisa

Such a gorgeous card, the brick background is perfect!

jaydee

Thanks, Cindy! I really loved playing with these colors!
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Thanks, Mary. I love the depth that the brick and mortar embossing folder adds to anything!
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Thanks, LeAnne!
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Thanks, Joanne. I really didn't know how to incorporate the Cider, so adding the dots was the only thing I could think of. It does add a little something to help ground the wreath though... I think :-)
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Marina, thank you for your wishes :-) Ahhh... your garden must be gorgeous. You really should share some photos with us and your butterfly visitors
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jaydee

Thanks, Hilda! I appreciate the healing hugs - they are working:-) Hope you are seeing the gorgeous fall colors
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Marina

Soooooooo sorry I did not leave a get well message, but I did for your anniversary . . . I hope the latter made you forget a little bit the pain!! Loved your message about doing thins we love doing . . . me, is being with Fay├žal, cooking, the garden -- I work two hours every day; the garden is huge and I love it. The other day the gardener told me: "Madame, I hope that in the other life you will have a garden!!" . . . it was so thoughtful!!! Yesterday it rained a little bit; so this morning I was removing weeds! Wish you and Lou enough of everything!

Hilda Burton

I love this colorful wreath. Our leaves in Delaware haven't changed much, so your card reminded me of what they will look like soon. So sorry about your fall. I'm sending healing hugs your way. Take care. Enjoy your day!

Joanne James

I am playing catch up this week! So first things first Jaydee - your autumn wreath is beautiful and I love the textured brick background too. Great idea to add the little dots - I never think about things like that! So sorry to hear you had a fall; take good care of you and I hope you feel better soon!

LeAnne M Pugliese

This is one of my favorite cards with this set...I love it! And I am sorry to hear about your fall....hope you heal quickly!

Mary Deatherage

Wow - I love this gorgeous Fall wreath set atop the brick embossed card front! Wonderful! :)

Laurie schmidt

Beautiful fall wreath!Love that textured background too!

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