HAVE FUN! After you draw the bird, maybe you can build a little scene around him…flying over a house, buildings, trees with other birds in them…flying over people? Whatever comes to your imagination!
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Hi Rich, It is going to be so much fun having you at Squigglefly. I’ll be seeing you to on the special 50/50. Lots of fun on the way for 2010.
Happy New Year
Hi my name is Gina, I love your blog how creative and great tutorials.
I discovered your work through squigglefly
I have a digital stamping blog, within this I have a unique digital stamping group.
The concept of the group is a simple one where crafters pay a monthly membership fee to get access to the 50 designers who post 1 image a month.
Crafters can choose which images to take, and then enter a challenge with anyone of these images.
The crafter with the winning entry gets a prize along with the designer who’s image was used on the winning entry.
Please come and visit the page here ( http://special50-50.blogspot.com ) to discover how to become a part of this exciting new group.
We have many talented designers already taking part.
Thank you for your time
I love your bird. It looks like a drawing created from the letter U. Drawing from your abc’s. Fun!
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