cards and doodles…

Have you seen the television commercial about making a card from a Cheerios box?  I’ve only seen it once.  They cut out the word “cheer” from the word Cheerios and sent someone a cheer-ful card.  I loved the idea.  I made a hello card for our granddaughter and a birthday card for our grandson using the word “smile”, also, on the Cheerios box.  I cut out standard postcards,  size (4″x6″) from the box.  I had to glue the word cheer on another piece of the cereal box to make that card standard size.  I wrote with a Sharpie marker after trying a pen.   Here’s how they turned out:

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Here’s a random sketch drawn a mechanical pencil using my non-dom hand:

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I do these type of doodles while watching TV at night…here are two I drew this week:

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5 thoughts on “cards and doodles…

  1. dalecooper57 September 26, 2013 / 1:42 pm

    Love the line doodles. They remind me of the “Doodle Art” poster kits from the seventies.

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  2. dawnsrays September 26, 2013 / 2:59 pm

    I saw that commercial one time also and thought it was so cleaver. Your cards are “cheer”y indeed!!
    ~Dawn

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  3. Janet September 26, 2013 / 5:44 pm

    I also saw that commercial but only the one time. Love how you did your cereal box postcards! And your doodle drawings are always fun.

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  4. lee September 26, 2013 / 7:55 pm

    love love the girl and the doodle girls,

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  5. april cole September 30, 2013 / 2:50 pm

    “FANTASTIC!!” what a **super fun** birthday card :]
    Great post Mary, had a blast visiting here today!! ~xx

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