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Debbie J

So beautiful! I love when you show us pages from your sketchbooks or art journals. I can't wait for Mary Ann's class to start tomorrow!

Debbie J

Next, you should draw/paint your little bottle of seaglass (the one in your blog header). That would look really great on the page next to the talcum powder shaker.

Amy at love made my home

Both pot and drawing/painting are beautiful!! xx


Such a sensitive drawing of a lovely shaker! And I love the doily too! I am doing my first class with Mary Ann Moss. So glad I found her class :)

Peggy Fry

i've never even seen a talcum powder shaker. Pretty!

Jane Bumar

I think it's quite beautiful - great woke!

Jane Bumar

Sorry, typo- that was supposed to say Great Work!

marta traughber

Nice! I love your altoids paint set.


Oh my goodness... this is so beautiful!! LOVE it!

Violet Cadburry

Your drawing is so lovely, but now I am so coveting that talcum powder shaker. Don't use much talcum powder but I probably would if I had one of those.

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