One of my most treasured possessions is a doodle drawing given to me by my sister on my 45th birthday. It has a lot of images partially hidden in a maze of curves and lines.
This is a picture of that doodle (size reduced).
You can see this is a clever way to put your artistic skills to good use.
I did a doodle picture as a reciprocal gift for my sister and I discovered it was much fun thinking up different patterns and designs. I didn't want to copy hers exactly, but I did use some ideas! Read on to see how I did it...
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See if you can find the following symbols represented in the doodle drawing above.
The list goes on, there are 36 items in total.
Everything is pertaining to the person it is meant for - their likes, hobbies, interests and so on.
My sister would never have dreamed how much this doodle means to me.
It's entirely personal and I knew she had devoted her precious time to draw this just for me.
My doodle drawing was presented in a nice white and gold frame and it's displayed proudly in my living room.
I was given a list of symbols in a seperate, smaller frame so that I could search and identify them all.
It took me a while to find all of the objects inside the doodle so it contains a 'fun' element as well.
Every one of us has drawn doodles at some time or another so now you can play with doodling and end up with something you can use!
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