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Owl ATC: Day 18 of 31 Days of Halloween

Hello! I have another ATC for you today. My focal images are from Inkadinkado.

I colored the focal image with watercolors, and then cut it out. I made this super quick, because time is so not on my side right now. Anyone else struggling to find time? I feel like I am getting pulled from every angle, and sadly my crafting is suffering for it. But, I am happy I managed to get a post up today!

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Comments

craftings said…
Love the ATC and the cute little owl!
DogsMom said…
October is one of the busiest months. I have to make choices daily of what to give up. These last two weekends have so much to offer!

Your owl card is very cute. I like the way the branches overhang the circle.
NanB said…
Yes, time seems to be racing away but what a ride!! You surely can't tell any rushing was involved with this ATC! It is wonderful and love the watercoloring! It is one of my new fav things!
(AJ) ArtJypsy said…
Cute little ATC. Love the owl.
I like it! I do love watercolors, and you've done a great job with them here.
A spooktacular ATC, love your background and the owl is a hoot, LOL, I crack myself up ;0)
Susan Renshaw said…
Definitely struggling to find time!!
Love this little owl though! Great little ATC!
Julia said…
Wonderful ATC, Love the use of different mediums. The owl is so beautiful.
Rebecca pettit said…
Cutest hat I have ever seen. And don't worry about the quality of your work and getting pulled every which way it looks fab
DonnaMundinger said…
TOTALLY ADORABLE ATC, Alison! Fab coloring and that owl couldn't be cuter. Hang in there! xxD
Steph said…
Super cute ATC! I know what you mean about time, I'm going to have top catch up on all the sleep i'm missing when November comes :)
TangledBlueRose said…
Such a cool ATC, love the owl!
~kim
Sarah Nancarrow said…
What a beautiful owl! love the bright eyes and cute hat :)
Christine Kiehl said…
This is a favorite! I love how you chose the drippy BOO! Wicked!

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