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23 October 2021


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Elizabeth Stewart

Jaydee... for being your least favorite color, you came up with a stunning design! Smile! Thank you so much for inviting me to play along this month!

Barbara Ghigliotty

Gorgeous card, Jaydee! Love your color palette and choice of stamps/dies! Time to shop :)

Marina . . . f rom far Africa!!!

So CAS ans so elegant!!! Thanks, Jaydee! Have a great Sunday!!


@holly thank you so much! I actually used an Altnew grey - it's a really subtle grey-green. It's a really odd color - but I love it because I can go either way. I think it was the Morning Frost. It really is a beautiful color and I think worked really well with the purples.


this is my fav this week. What ink didyou use for the green?

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