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25 July 2021

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Anne Marie Hile

So pretty, Jaydee! I love the stitched detail in your layers. I so enjoy your beautiful bird photos, too. Big hugs!

Vicky

I love the way you used the three elements at the back of the sketch Jaydee and those shells are just beautiful. Glad you had a great vacation - you can start dreaming about the next one now! Love reading about the birds in your garden. The blackbirds in my tiny garden seem to have finished and gone now but I have three little robin fledgings hopping about and it is so lovely watching them! Had to laugh at the candles and yes, perfect for halloween! Vicky x

Laurie Schmidt

So pretty! I love the papers you chose and cluster of seaside treasures...just perfect!

Debbie Crowley

Jaydee, what a beautiful card and amazing color choices. I love the pop of blue. You created a subtle textured background that is a perfect canvas for your shells. Hope you're enjoying your week.

Joanne James

I love the brightly coloured shells against the pink Jaydee. I agree it sometimes feel strange to have a sentiment-free card, but I'm sure this one will be appreciated and well received - and would work for so many occasions as a result. Glad you are still feeling zen - hold on to that feeling!

Vicki Dutcher

Awesome use of the sketch. I do love me some shells 😀

Claire Broadwater

Jaydee, this is so pretty! I love the beautiful shades of paper and those fabulous seashells. No sentiment leads to a card for any occasion! I am LOL at those candles. I do think they are perfect for Halloween! Have a great week!

Nancy Leppek

Sounds like you have quite the entertainment with wildlife around your home, Jaydee. I always enjoy your antidotes and photos. Your beachy card is fabulous too! Love the colors and the script background, which adds just enough contrast but not too much to take away from the seashells. Have a great week and try and stay cool!

Amanda Mertz

Love the beachy theme! I'm not a huge pink fan but I absolutely love pink when it's paired with navy! Your card definitely hits the mark! I know it will be appreciated by by organization you're donating to! Hope you have a cooler week!

LeAnne Pugliese

Your seashells are perfect, especially with that lovely DSP peeking out and the scripty background And those poor candles! We had one like that in college...left it on the radiator one day while we went to school...what a mess!

Ann Schach

What an absolutely stunning card, Jaydee! It is perfect without the sentiment. I love the colors you used for the starfish and shells...and how you arranged them. The agency will LOVE adding this beauty to their stash. Thank you for making my sketch shine! Have a wonderful week, and stay cool!!!

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