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From School Teaching to Art and Craft Representative I have learned that I love to teach Art & Craft and see the joy that discovering their creativity brings to people's faces. I live in Queensland Australia & love the laid back lifestyle and the crazy Aussie sense of humour.

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Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Easy Alphabet Decoration

Easy Alphabet Decoration

I just thought I would post these two letters without lots of distructions. They are two simple edges you can put around your letters and then fill with a doodle of your choice.

The letter 'P' has little triangles filled in. I have shaded along the edge also to give it a rounded look. I used a zig-zag contour pattern to fill in the rest.


On the letter 'Q' I used a small filled in bump around the edge. I then followed the contour of the bumps with a line. I then added my doodle inside the wavy contour line. I also added shading around the edges to give it a rounded look. I used a spiral pattern as my doodle pattern and shaded parts of it to give an overlapping effect.


HAPPY DOODLING

8 comments:

  1. I was just trying a tangle on a couple letters, and here you are with suggestions. I especially like the 'Q' version. Shading makes a surprising dif!

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  2. These are so wonderful, definately an encouragement for someone like me, who has just begun.

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  3. Glad you like them ladies. Have fun doodling.

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  4. Love the effect on the 'Q' particularly Judy, it's really great. I'm off to try that one, Judith xx

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  5. Both your P and Q are fabulous. I am going to try my hand at doodling letters. do you hand draw the letter outlines or use a stencil? yours look great. what's your secret?

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  6. Hi kp. I have some cutout cardboard shapes of this particular alphabet. I just draw around the outside in pencil and then do my decorating in pen,shading in pencil. If you check out my other posts there are lots of Alphabet Designs all starting with the same font.

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  7. Hey Judy, I just love your doodles. I am a beginner and I am sure you will help me learn a lot. Thanks a ton for this post.

    Decorative Alphabet Letters

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