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31 July 2021


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Fran Wing

Yes, very clean and simple! I like how you stamped on the patterned paper and cut it out to glue on the base stamp. Nice! But I especially love your bird photos. We feed birds in our yard and at the moment have tons of little golden finches, hummingbirds, scrub jays, and an occasional woodpecker. xoxo Fran

Marina . . . f rom far Africa!!!

Hi Jaydee!! I hope everything is well for you and your followers. Beautiful you . . . my favorite stamp . . . I am I will make this card. Please tell me, do you put something into the jelly or just regular jelly? Thanks so much! I have found five kittens in the garden so . . . down goes the milk!!! Have a great day!!

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