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31 January 2021


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Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this owl has me captivated! Just WOW! What a sight and such amazing photos! I love all your visitors. I just want to come and sit with you and watch all that goes on in your wetland!
Your card is gorgeous! I love the beautiful scene you created for your bird. I too, am ready for warmer days.
I decorate for all the holidays! LOL! That is the First Grad teacher in me. ENJOY!

Anne Marie Hile

Your little bluebirds are so bright and cheery, Jaydee! I love the added detail from the die cut borders, too. How amazing that you had such a beautiful visitor to your yard! Such a gorgeous creature...owls are one of my favorites. Your photos are stunning! Big hugs, my friend!

Joanne James

Your bluebirds are just lovely Jaydee! As is your owl visitor - what a beauty! I'm looking forward to seeing your new home decor - I keep buying daffodils and tulips at the moment, anything for a reminder that spring is around the corner!

Amanda Mertz

Blue birds are my favorite in real life and in stamps! These are lovely layered beauties and the bright flowers really are a perfect backdrop! Also jealous of your owl; we're backyard birders and haven't had anything that cool!

Nancy L.

Your card is so pretty! I love the divided background and the soft sky! As for your owl pics...they are awesome too! It's always a treat stopping by your blog! Have a great week!

Kris Markham

Jaydee, we had a family of barred owls 4 years ago. 3 babies and mom and dad. The birds didn't feed at our feeders too much. If you are on Facebook please check out RachelKarl Fliris page. He goes around the State of Iowa taking pictures of birds and owls. He has done note cards which of course I had to buy and he has given me a calendar for the last two years with the bird pictures he has taken. Have a great week and be safe. Kris

Hilda Burton

Your card is stunning, Jaydee. It will definitely bring a smile to the recipient's face. Thanks for the pictures of the beautiful owl. Enjoy your day!

Marina . . . f rom far Africa!!!

I loved the picture of the beautiful owl. Will you send us pictures of your Valentine's decorations. Do you celebrate the "Chandeleure". We prepare lots of "crêpes"!! We celebrate on February 2?

Debbie Crowley

Jaydee, your card is beautiful. I also love those oval halfsies dies and how you used them. Your card does make me think of warmer days to come. We're once again in the middle of a snow storm. The pictures of the owl are magnificent and yes, they are beautiful birds. Have a great week.


I love everything about your card, Jaydee! Your colour choices for those beautiful birds, and little flowers, are perfect. The sentiment stamped in black against the crisp white (very cool die-cut) background looks great. Just gorgeous. And wow - that owl! What a treat to be able to observe him in your snowy garden. Thanks for sharing the photos.

Laurie schmidt

Your spring scene is awesome! Your card gives me hope for those brighter days ahead! I too am ready for some warmer weather...it's been a longer winter then usual with covid and not able to be out and about with people.

Ann Schach

What a beautiful card, Jaydee! I love the oval halfsies dies and how the branches and flowers are positioned over the edges. Beautifully colored, my friend! Have a wonderful week! I can't wait to see your Valentine decorations!

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