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    Wednesday
    Nov302011

    doodle Prep No. 2 Pt. 2

    8.5" x 11.7" Moleskine Watercolour A4 Journal

    I've been doodling a bit a day on this watercolor doodle background, and finished it today! The blank, un-doodled spots are to give it a little fresh air and space.

    Art created for DAY No. THIRTY {the last day!!!!} of Art Every Day Month at Creative Every Day!

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    Reader Comments (3)

    Your journal grid turned out beautifully! Congratulations on completing the AEDM challenge! It's been fun following along ~ :)

    {Tammy}: Serena, Thank you! The month literally flew by, I didn't even plan to do watercolors most of the month!

    11.30.2011 | Unregistered CommenterSerena

    As a fellow doodler I found this beautiful and interesting. The colors are wonderful and I find ny eye drawn to different areas each time a look at it. I'll have to go explore some more!

    {Tammy}: Kathleen, Thank you for saying hello, nice to meet a fellow doodler. I find that watercolors add this interesting dimension to doodles, under or over.

    11.30.2011 | Unregistered CommenterKathleen

    Really cool. I especially like the one that says "This square left intentionally blank" :)

    {Tammy}: Cat, Sometimes I have to remind myself not to take my doodles too seriously. That one was actually my hubby's idea and I went with it!

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