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Sunday, November 23, 2014

Doodles of Gratitude


A few closeups


My primitive artwork began as a small drawing about things I'm grateful for but...I couldn't stop. If you begin a similar project, you might want a larger sheet of paper!(If the entire family starts counting their blessings you might need one of those paper tablecloths and lots of colored pens.)
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone and
 thanks for being a friend.

17 comments:

  1. I am thankful for your wonderful imagination and incredible communication skills... <3

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    1. Thanks Bryan, I'm so thankful we're still friends after all these years!

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  2. What a great idea! We should all do these on a regular basis!

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    1. Thanks William. I'm thankful we're friends!

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  4. You created that? That is really cool!

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    1. Just started slow and it kind of mushroomed.

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  5. That would make a beautiful quilt if you could get it printed on cloth!! I love it.

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  6. That's a cool idea too. Thanks Diane, I'm going to think about that!

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  7. First ....Thank You for being My Friend.
    Second.... That is the best doodle ever !
    I wish you had done it on a table cloth.
    Best of all I love that you are grateful for PENS ! That one cracked me up.
    Talented and funny.

    cheers, parsnip

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  8. This is such a lovely idea to do, especially together as a family!

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  9. Hi Eve,

    How wonderful and most likely, therapeutic, your super doodles are. You used your noodle when you did your doodle! :)

    A peaceful, positive American Thanksgiving to you, my kind friend.

    Gary :)

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  10. Why not put a paper tablecloth on the table and give your guests coloured pens – just think how much fun that would be.

    I love all the things you are grateful for but toilet paper has to be my favourite.

    I’m a little late to wish you a Happy Thanksgiving – but I hope it was happy.

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  11. How clever - and SMART!



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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