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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Weekly Pattern Wednesday #5

Here's my Weekly  Pattern Wednesday #5.  

I was looking through my blog at some of the patterns I've doodled over the years and found  some cards I made (doodled)  for a BD gift for my daughter.  (You can see some of those patterns here, but you'll have to scroll down a bit!).  Anyway, I got looking back on those designs and thought combining some of those patterns would work for my Wednesday pattern for this week.   So that's how this lady came to be!  I had the face stamp, which I stamped then played around with some doodles!   Funny, my daughter took a  Zentangle class a few weeks ago so I gave her some of my tangle books.  I know she'll enjoy this form of doodling when she's in all those meetings...at least the meetings that she isn't hosting.


So here is the 1st pattern I made for this week!  A fun piece but I like using the stamp and adding to it.  I'll have to look at my stamps to see what I can use next!  Lynn's Weekly Pattern Wednesday is getting me back into the swing of doodling, which I love doing!

6 comments:

Nancy said...

These are fun! I'm taking JoAnne Sharpe's Blooming Doodles online class, so I'm getting some pattern making in that. It just started this week. Also fun. Will share some eventually.

Helen said...

Hi Robbie - I love how you made the patterns into the headscarf, it's a really cool idea.

Deb B. said...

Very cool...it's amazing to see each others work. How different, how similar!
Love the doodles too!

Janelle Marks said...

Using the stamp and adding to it looks great. I like both patterns that you made this week.

Quilter Beth said...

What a good idea to use the stamp with your drawings. I love your lady drawing, and your second drawing is one of my favorite Zentangles to do. Nice job.

Createology said...

I always like your doodles and now I am really liking the use of a stamp and then doodling to embellish. Almost makes me want to look at my stamps...almost. However I have committed myself to sew little girl dresses for a cause. June JOY...