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Eighty years ago this week, the classic film The Wizard of Oz was released in theatres. This movie ( and the original book series) have always been a favourite and I have collected Oz memorabilia since I was a kid. I asked my daughter to draw me a set of sketches for the Oz Anniversary and this is what she has done so far. Isn't she amazing!! I can't wait to see the rest. AloraWillow2019 AloraWillow2019 This is a graphic my daughter drew for me to use as a cover photo AloraWillow 2019 I came across a damaged copy of The Wizard of Oz at a yard sale and used it in a bunch of scrapping projects including this notecard. The Yellow Brick Road background is scrapbooking paper. I carefully removed the first paragraph by tearing it slowly. (I like the abstract look of torn paper edges and use it often in my projects.) I lightly brushed the paragraph with emerald green artist chalk. You can also use eyeshadow in place of chalk. Dorothy and Toto were c
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