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10 April 2021


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Fran Wing

Softness is the perfect description of your card, Jaydee. I'm sure your friend will find it very comforting. Good luck with the seasonal rearrangement of your environment - I've been doing the same thing!

xoxo Fran


What a lovely soft image the cotton flower is Jaydee and I love the softly inked background yoy placed it on. The weather seems to have gone haywire all over the world - here in the UK it's been veering wildly between spring sunshine and arctic temperatures and snow! Vicky x

Nancy Elrick

Very pretty!

Vicki Dutcher

Your use of soft colors works perfectly with this pretty card!

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