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23 November 2020


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Julie, thanks so much! One of these days I really am going to have to create something red with this stamp set :-) Have a fabulous week


Hilda, so glad you liked it. AH.... HOSTAS - they are like a magnet for the deer! We ended up spraying ours - but they still managed to eat the flowers! But... I bet you enjoyed seeing your deer thought :-)

Joanne James

Love this Jaydee - another amazing poinsettia card! I love how you changed the effect of those papers too.

Hilda Burton

I love this stunning card, Jaydee, and in every way, especially the gold embossing on vellum. Always love your nature pictures. Earlier in the year, we had a young deer come to feast on our hostas in the backyard around noon. It must have liked them and brought his entire family the next few nights for a hosta buffet and then they were gone...the deer and the hostas!! Animals and birds are so much fun to watch. Happy Thanksgiving to you.


Really a lovely card with understated elegance. Thanks for the inspiration

Marina . . . from far Africa!!!

You really keep busy!!! Lovely picture! Yesterday I wrote I could not see the white squirrel . . . I would have never been able to see it . . . I was looking at the wrong picture . . . the second took some time to load . . . cute little squirrel. Thanks for all these nature shots. Enjoy your vacation!!

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