Doodle Artwork

Summer has been crazy at our house.  As you may know, we are currently in the midst of selling our current house and looking for a new house.  We are looking to move somewhere with more than an 1/8th of an acre and more in the suburbs.  So if you know anyone who is looking for a nice cape cod in a quiet Milwaukee neighborhood, I may have the house for them!  Here is the listing from Zillow!

Now, for the real reason everyone is here.  FROGS!  I have started a new project in my “free” time.  I posted a sneak peak on Instagram last week.  Here was the sneak peak:


Now for the finished product:

tinc jpegIt turned out pretty good!  I had intended on it to be a coloring page which is fun for kids & adults alike, but it turned out pretty cool by itself!  If you know anyone who would like to color it, feel free to print it off!  Please email me a copy or post it to “The Frog Lady” facebook page of the finished pieces, as I would love to see them!  Stay tuned, more pieces to follow!

Also, you may notice the 30postshathSept badge on my sidebar.  I have decided that after not posting much due to a crazy unforeseen summer, I will get back to blogging by completing a new challenge.  This challenge is to post atleast 20 times in September.  During this month, you can expect posts on more artwork, how to prepare your house for a showing while keeping collection in tact, more caresheets and lots more!  Subscribe by email or facebook to follow along!

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12 thoughts on “Doodle Artwork

  1. Wow! What a cool and intricate drawing! I think it would make a great coloring page (or embroidered jacket or needlepoint pillow …).

    Thanks for participating in the blog challenge! I needed a kick to get myself going and figured it would be fun to have others with me. 🙂

  2. Hm, I printed this out, and the lighter lines didn’t print hardly at all. Probably because I only have a B&W printer. I’m guessing you should keep all the lines dark. Maybe instead use dark but thinner lines to lighten those areas up?

      1. It had just enough showing that I went over it with an amazingly fine artist’s black pen (Staedtler Lumocolor F,) and it turned out good. I’ll post a link when I get it finished. I had fun with it last night. 🙂

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