Every Day in May #1 Something Bubbly

Over at the Every Day Matters group, there is a new challenge running for May. The idea is everyone draws the same thing for each day of May. Here are the sketch assignments:

1.Draw something bubbly
2.Draw a favorite sound
3.Draw something that represents joy
4.Draw your socks
5.Draw a pine or fir tree or eucalyptus
6.Draw perfume or a scented product
7.Draw something you got for free
8.Draw a coffeepot
9.Draw a lock
10.Draw something creepy
11.Draw some gloves
12.Draw the oldest thing in your refrigerator
13.Draw a pillow
14.Draw a figurine you have.
15.Draw a pencil, your favorite if you like.
16.Draw something that scares you
17.Draw something from a first aid kit
18.Draw the palm of your left hand
19.Draw something that belongs to someone else
20.Draw your favorite drink
21.Draw the last thing you bought
22.Draw a map
23.Draw a summer joy
24.Draw something that makes you laugh
25.Draw a tote bag
26.Draw a screw
27.Draw something sticky
28.Draw a jug or pitcher
29.Draw something from a pet’s point of view
30.Draw the inside of your closet
31.Draw a houseplant

There’s a Flick group here: http://www.flickr.com/groups/edmeverydayinmay2011/ and a Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/296443287101735/.

Wanna join in?

Here’s my first sketch for Every Day in May. As you can see, I didn’t have any champagne so went with the next best thing – washing up liquid in water 😉

edim #1 something bubbly

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7 thoughts on “Every Day in May #1 Something Bubbly

  1. Ben Naga says:

    That will help keep you out of mischief, hopefully. 😉

  2. annjrippin says:

    What a nice idea. i will try and give it a go.

  3. Mary Walker says:

    Great way to create your own bubbles I’m doing these prompts too

  4. cathy holtom says:

    Great start…I’m glad you didn’t drink it!

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