Good Morning, Doodlers and Quilters!
Last week, we used a grid and a simple doodle to create complex-looking quilt designs. Read – Easy Doodles for Those Who Think They Can’t
After seeing the post, my friend, Deborah Johnson called me with this great tip:
Many wrapping papers come with a one inch grid on the back...perfect for doodling! I checked my leftover Christmas wrap and quickly found several rolls printed with a grid.
I cut my paper into 12 x 12 inch squares but found the paper wanted to roll up.
A quick trip to the iron fixed that–I pressed the whole stack at once on low heat.
Ready to doodle! Now all I need is a long meeting, a protracted phone call or
I can’t wait!
There are three Olympians from our neighborhood–two sister who play hockey (one for Korea the other for the US —read about Marissa and Hannah Brandt HERE
and a Cross Country Ski Racer, Jessie Diggins HERE
Perfect time to doodle!
YOUR Happy Doodler,
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