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April 26, 2017

Scribble Picnic: Tree

'cloud planting' in progress
This week's Scribble Picnic theme is 'tree.' I wasn't able to get much done but so here's the piece from last week with slightly more color. Check out other 'trees' over at Scribble Picnic.


  1. Cute little tree Lissa!

  2. What a nice idea.. clouds in a tree. And, your girl looks happy to be there.

  3. Having it partly colored is so effective.... I love the contrasts. She is lovely, and the her face, the book and tree just jump off the page. Very nice work. Very peaceful.

  4. I really like your cloud topped tree. Sweet to see it up close.
    I could see how it could be fun to take the entire list of themes and put them all in one piece, showing just the part each week for that theme and at the end reveal the entire piece.

  5. Lissa,
    Trees start small just like those given to me to plant. It's a great addition to your piece.

  6. I think it's coming really well, Lissa! I hope we get to see this completed down the road. Thank you for showing us and adding this to the picnic! Wonderful.

    BTW, the new themes are up for the week, should you want to see those.

  7. I like the progress you've made. Slow and steady will make it beautiful I'm sure.

  8. It's coming along beautifully, Lissa!

  9. Cute little tree with its own little cloud.
    Her eyes match her hair!


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