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"Knowledge is a process of piling up facts;
wisdom lies in their simplification."
~ Martin H. Fischer

5x8" watercolor moleskine, pitt pen

It was hard to find a name that fit this doodle box. It really did start as a mandala, but it morphed into something that reminded me of a jetsons style control board (i.e. food arackasacker for you jetsons fans). A massive control panel with buttons and gadgets to do everything from making sandwiches to folding towells to putting on makeup. Then again, it reminded me of looking up through an elaborate chandelier in a German castle. This was drawn over the course of a few days while the kids were having their baths. 

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Reader Comments (4)

Just wanted you to know I have given you the Kreativ Blogger Award. I just love your blog.

02.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterKate Robertson

Hi Tammy, I just wanted to say how talented you are....the colors you use...and the journal pages you share...all so very inspiring! So glad I found your blog...

02.9.2010 | Unregistered CommenterGina Lee Kim

can't decide which i like more, the drawing or the fact that you squeezed it in while you gave the kids baths. that is what i call getting creative about being creative. the design is really nifty - it looks like a stained glass window!

02.9.2010 | Unregistered Commenteraimee

Love this rectangular format! Reminds me of a stained glass cathedral window! Hugs, Terri xoxo

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