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Charlotte's colouring at Aunty Helen's house (caravan!!)

*{My 1st post today}*


This is one of the few images my niece Charlotte (in the pic above) coloured whilst visiting me.
I am now crafting in my bedroom & we popped in there for something & Charlottes little eyes lit up...'Oh Aunty Helen I like those pens can I colour with them?'
So we got my SU markers out & my draw of images I have been sent from friends & she chose a few to colour. ....only girlys ones or fairies!!!!
She coloured a few images, left me 3 to pu on my cards...awwww & took the rest home with her.

I am showing this one off today because over at Make it Colourful they are having a special challenge for the kiddies & the challenge was to colour in Pink, but didn't have to be made into a card.

Charlotte is like Aunty Helen & critical of her own work & said that this was a bit scribbly & she'd dribbled a bit (aka gone over the lines!!!)

I am going to use the images she has coloured & make cards for her to give to her friends.

Oh & when I told her that I was entering her image into a competition she said she would like to win a Rapunzel doll & something else I can't remember what it was maybe Cinderella!!!
She makes me laugh!!! :0)

Comments

Zoe said…
Oh Charlotte, It sounds like you had so much fun at Aunty Helens! I just love the colour pink you chose to use and you did an excellent job at colouring some ground for her to stand on. I am not sure I'll be able to get my hands on a doll as a prize but hopefully you'll like to have a stash of your own goodies to play with at Aunty Helens next time if you win. :)

Helen, Charlotte is a sweetie and it's so nice of you to play crafts with her. hugs xxoo
HA HA HA Charlotte fantastic job on the colouring! I was reading about you and i think you and my daughter will get along just fine lol!
OH SHE LOVES LOVES Rapunzel.We watch the movie everyday.I have her song stuck in my head all the time!!

♪♪So I'll read a book,or maybe two or three♪♪.....

Anyways you did a wonderful job coloring your image in her pink dress.Everything is well done hun.Thank you for coluring with us at Make it colourful,RubyM:)
Beccy said…
Please tell Charlotte that she has done a great job on the image, and hey we all dribble now and then lol. I'm loving her colouring and I'm sure her friends will be thrilled to get this one of her as a card.

Hugs Beccy x
...just Barbara said…
From our honorary Jr. DT member, Cassandra says: "That's neat. I like the girl that is colored." Thanks for playing along in the Make it Colourful challenge! :D
Carisa said…
charlotte, this is so cute! i love your coloring and her pink dress. i also love how you laid out a road for her to walk along. thank you all so much for joining us this week at make it colourful. we have loved this challenge and will definately have more for the kiddos in the future!
Shirl said…
Well done, Charlotte! That's beautiful colouring, even though with a weeeee bit out of the lines when you coloured! I like her red heels to go with the pink dress that she is wearing, and you clever girl, even paved the road for her to walk on! :)
Crafteezee said…
Oh Charlotte I love this image and you have coloured her beautifully and you have been so creative in making sound ground for her to stand on. So glad you joined us at Make It Colourful. Hugs Tracy x
♥ Lydia ♥ said…
Absolutely gorgeous! You have done such a great job on this...keep it up! :) xx
Thank you so much for joining us at Make it Colourful x
Leah the Orange said…
aww, Charlotte, this is beautiful! i love that image (one of my FAVE woj stamps!), and you've made this City Girl look so classy in her pink dress and heels! love her gorgeous blonde hair, too! thank you so much for playing with us at Make it Colourful - hope you had fun visiting your aunt! :)

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