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Mystic Mandals 26 & 27

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clueliss

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The first one was done with CraZ Art colored pencils.  20170405_124321.jpg.c790068b5e6aadb9a0374ba636e51206.jpg

 

The second was done with crayola twistables.   20170427_124944.jpg.857632ae67d277bdf5f6b00c8463b6dd.jpg

Personally, the first look like their on something.

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Bethella

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I like the first one, especially the center flower. Very Zen.

I really need to get back to coloring, I think it would really help my stress levels. I put my stuff away while cleaning in preparation for Christmas and still haven't gotten it back out.

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