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Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Scribble Picnic–Grandfather Clock

Our oldest daughter and grandchildren #1 and #3 have been here for a few days, so I didn't find/take time to get out my drawing pencils. Instead, I dug out the old water color paints left over from our own kids' younger days, and Andrew and I set out to have some fun.

So here you have it–my water color scribble of a grandfather clock! "Where are the numbers?" he wanted to know. I squeezed some in for him, but will stick with this version to post!

I need to change my blog format so I can reply directly to your kind comments. Not sure when that will happen. Perhaps that would also take care of sometimes needing to click on the photos to see them completely. (Lissa, Michael and Wanda, I did reply to your comments last week if you want to go back one post.)

You can check out grandfather clocks created by others here.

12 comments:

  1. Love that you were able to share this project while painting and having fun with cute Andrew.
    I love your clock and am glad you made here to the 'picnic'.. Have fun with the grands!!!

    Mary -

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  2. It's a fun clock adn glad you mange to squeeze that in! Yes, will go back and read your replies but think I did that already. Thank you for doing this for our picnic! Fun times.

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  3. Fun that you did art with your grandson. Nice to squeeze art in, even if it is just a little bit. Fun clock.

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  4. Oh Fun...especially having your grandkids there and still finding time to do a sketch. I love watercolors, but sometime want to use my colored pencils again. Nice job.

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  5. this looks good, seems like you have a lot of fun doing it.

    don't worry about replying, I usually reply in the blog post anyway.

    have a lovely day.

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  6. p.s., if you set your comment option to 'embedded', than you can reply to a comment in the blog post. there should be a 'Reply' link below each person's comment. this does not mean a person will get an email if you reply but at least, they can easily tell if you had reply in the blog post.

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    1. Well, that was easy... I just didn't know where to do that. Thanks, lissa!

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  7. Looks like you really had some fun together. Making memories and art, nothing like it!

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  8. Awww how utterly precious! It's perfect! :)

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  9. How lovely, Joeks! Kids just love to paint...I know my granddaughters do.

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