Day 16 with Smeared Ink's 31 Days of Halloween

It's going to be fun to finish this one . I messed up but must let it dry over night so I will post the finished one tomorrow along with my smeared Ink project. 
well I am still working hard packing and inventorying . I set up tomorrow night at 7 and this is just a small show. Getting me moving again after My Mothers care and death has been like pushing a elephant through a straw. I am moving though lol.
Here she is another Freda but unfinished the black needs to dry over night or I will not get this mess fixed before tomorrow.
Hugs everyone.


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  1. Looking good so far... Lots of detail and layers of paint and ink (I think)... wonder what you will do next!! now I can't wait to see it finished. Thanks for sharing!

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  2. Fab layout xx Gosh you sound busy too - gentle hugs and positive vibes xx

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  3. One day at a time, hon. You're doing great! LOVE Frida. Not sure what else you could add. xxD

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  4. Looking gorgeous already, can't wait how she will turn out.

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  5. Looking good so far Susan...don't know where you could possibly have messed it up, we wouldn't know if you didn't tell us bwahahahahaha! Good luck with the show!

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  6. Love Frida and looks fab to me too :) and wishing you the best of luck tomorrow...so hard moving forward but you are doing it and I think you are giving hope to folks stuck unable to move even the tiniest bit forward! Big hug xx

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  7. I think this looks pretty stunning already - so what are you going to add?

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  8. I know how hard it is to pack up deceased family member's possessions.
    Gone through it a couple times and I feel for you.
    Just keep putting one foot in front of the other - eventually life is back to normal (or what you think is normal).
    Love your project. You're your worst critic.
    thanks for sharing.

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  9. So sorry to hear of the death of your mother--hang in there! Can't wait to see how this turns out as a finished piece.

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