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This week let's PAUSE for a moment to honour Queen Jill. Her screen name here is JD from PAUSA. Please join me in giving her a round of APPLAUSE.
Some ideas on how you might encourage and honour our fabulous Queen this week: Send her a Private Message, comment on the lovely cards in her gallery, post a message for her here on this thread, pick a card from her gallery to be inspired by and create a card for her. There are really “no rules”. You can play along with this challenge anytime. There is no deadline. Even if you don't know this week's Queen, come play along anyway. It's a great way to "get to know" each other!
EVERYONE is welcome to join in this challenge and give Jill the Royal Treatment she deserves!
You can check out THIS THREAD if you need more information. If you have any other questions, please let me know. Queens are chosen for their participation on SCS in the challenges and also for commenting on other people's creations and/or other involvement here on Splitcoast.
Our Cocker Spaniel named "Carmel"
Here is my card, really my second one.
Here is the first one.
I got sided tracked with the video for the technique from the card I picked to CASE.
So, then I made one more like the card I was supposed to be CASing!
I had fun doing this new technique I learned from her card.
Congratulations again and thank you!
Congrats Jill...I so enjoyed my gallery tour... this is the card I made in your honor...enjoy your well deserved reign...its so fun..:0)
We as people are raindrops of colorful ink , falling down Crisp and Clear, each a different shade more vibrant then the last, but once we realize at the bottom of an endless abyss we all fall into the same inkpot forming one color, only then can we come together as one My son.