…Creating on the Hill…

Life is about the people you meet and the things you create with them

..A Doodle a Day..



….i have started to doodle everyday and its a lot of fun,easy to do and…it helps me play..relax and breathe…

..a doodle a day can be started any day and only takes a little time …doodles can be as simple or complicated as you want

I am starting this challenge by posting the first 7 doodles with a list of themes and words

If you would like to join in i will be posting Doodle ideas,themes and pictures every week to help with inspiration but you can  doodle your own ideas too….

click the link below to see how to get started

  Doodle a Day…. how to get started:-


Author: ...creating on the hill....

The Crafts House is a small studio on top of a "hill"..a place to create..a place to breathe..a time just for you.. I'm the luckiest person to spend my days creating the art that i love..meeting like minded creative friends..sharing time in the palette of life..

8 thoughts on “..A Doodle a Day..

  1. Don’t know whether you will get this as a response, Sandra, but I thought I should tell you, although you might probably already know, that the links in your email don’t work. Shame, as I really wanted to see the ‘how to get started…doodling’



  2. Hi Elaine,i think all is working now..that will teach me to try and blog at 1am in the morning!!


  3. Hi Sandra – I’m up to day 2 on my doodle a day! To keep things simple I have pre-coloured my backgrounds with different coloured felt pens and am using only a black pen to do my doodle and text. My first two doodles are “Daisy” and “Busy”. Good luck to all who are doing this challenge – have fun. Karen x


  4. xHi Karen,so pleased your joining in on the doodle a day, i always value your input…I’m finding it very therapeutic,not worrying just doodling x


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  7. Hi Sandra just wanted to share a tip for all our doodlers out there – I’m sure this has been thought of already, but I recommend punching your hole in the doodle card first before doing your doodle. I’ve had a couple of near misses with holes in the middle of my sketches! Karen x


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