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Christmas Ornaments

RabbitKM

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I follow Johanna Basford on Facebook, and she posted these free downloadables!  You can find them here https://www.johannabasford.com/blog/; I would love to see what other FJ colorists come up with! As always, I used my Prismacolor scholar pencils.  I also decided to cut out the ornaments and hang them on my wall as some decoration. :) Ho ho ho

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Curious

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Cutting them out is a great idea.  I should make some of those for my husband this year.  They always have an office door decorating contest and every. single. year.  he put up a tiny piece of white paper with the words "bah humbug" written on it.

Something like this would at least dress up his door a little bit and the entire office would probably faint from not seeing his little bah humbug sign.

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On 9/25/2017 at 9:39 PM, Curious said:

Cutting them out is a great idea.  I should make some of those for my husband this year.  They always have an office door decorating contest and every. single. year.  he put up a tiny piece of white paper with the words "bah humbug" written on it.

Something like this would at least dress up his door a little bit and the entire office would probably faint from not seeing his little bah humbug sign.

hahaha that's amazing. Joanna is also doing a special Halloween downloadable this year, though it isn't released for a while. I'm dying to see it!

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49 minutes ago, nomoxian said:

@CuriousOr maybe colour in a picture of the Grinch!

That's actually a good idea.  I am going to tuck that away for use at Christmas :)

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