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Friday, December 26, 2014

Winding up 2014, Getting Ready for 2015

I drew my way through 2014 and you are welcome to scroll back through 12 months of posts to see them.  A month ago I started knitting dolls for Allie Bel, so when we went to visit I could gift her with three new dolls. Meet Allie Doll in the red dress. Papa doll in hat and glasses, mustache and beard...and Grammy Lynn doll with multi colored hair and purple dress !

Allie enjoys baking cookies for her company including dolls, and they are quite delicious!

I ended the year with a trip to the art supply store where I stocked up on art journals, pens and brushes! 

Sketchbook Skool starts anew in January and I am ready! Are you?
They are offering intro klasses for free so if you are even a little bit interested check it out through SketchbookSkool.Com. 

Have a creative year! Thanks for your visits and comments,  they mean the world to me!

Happy New Year!


14 comments:

  1. The link for FREE Intro klasses at Sketchbook Skool is: http://bit.ly/1yjlrKn

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  2. Love the dolls and the granddaughter! They turned out adorable...love how she's so proud of them!!
    Happy New Year!!

    Hugs Giggles

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  3. The dolls turned out great and I can see that Allie loved them. They will be such fun memories for her. Your new art supplies look like lots of fun. I wish an art supply store around here carried some of these S&B sketchbooks and water brushes. I always have to order online. Happy New Year.

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  4. The dolls are adorable!!! Looks like you are ready to sketch right into 2015 with no stopping you!

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  5. Oh, Lynn, these are SO adorable! And already well-loved I see:-) There is nothing like a hand-made- with-love gift. Very special and sweet!

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  6. Cute dolls, Happy New Year Lynn!

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  7. Hi Lynn, You are one talented lady. Thank you for your comments on my blog this last year. I love your dolls, and of course your drawings. I did beginnings with sketchbook skool, but got caught up in Christmas prep and didn't finish some of my homework. Once i get my homework done in January, I will try another class.

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    1. Glad you enjoyed sketchbook Skool Gloria! Obviously I love it! Will be in Boot Camp in January ... Free for having taken all three first semesters. Thanks for your sweet comment here about my art. I do enjoy being creative! Happy new year!

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  8. LOVE the dolls - what a great amount of talent you have!

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  9. Your dolls are fantastic and so sweet!
    And nice score on the journaling supplies ~ good planning, that!

    Merry creating!

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  10. Love those dolls, and your grandchild looks really pleased with them. Such a great idea to make a grandma and grandpa doll :-) And you sure look ready for a new year of drawing and sketching! Have a smooth sail into the new year Lynn, full of happy creating!

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  11. wishing you a super year ahead, lynn. your art has grown in leaps and bounds.

    and thank you most sincerely for your good wishes in my direction.

    love
    kj

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  12. I love the artsy dolls you made for Allie Bel, which are sure to become family heirlooms. Your new art stash looks great, and I'm sure will bring your hours of creative fun in the year to come. Blessings to you and your family in 2015, my friend!

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  13. What fun dolls. I make the cloth dolls. They are well loved, makes a person feel good. Happy New Year and Many Blessings, Janet PPF

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