noodle and lou

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rainbow interview...

go one, go ALL
straight over to the lovely Shelagh's
blog to see my "rainbow interview"!
I think this is the best idea for an interview.
Shelagh is not only clever like that (and a prolific maracas player in the world's best imaginary band!), but she is a beautifully talented artist. Check out her art and her other rainbow interviews while you are there:)
thanks so much Shelagh!!


lori vliegen said...

what fun interview, you colorful, rainbow sweetie, you! :)

Tess said...

Hello, I found you again through Alice in PAris. I'm sure I've been here before, I think so anyway. I love your blog and had so much fun traveling back in time with you over last months posts. Fun, fun and I love your art. I read your interview and loved it too. Shelagh did a great job with it and so did you.

twolefthands said...

Fun interview Jenn, love learning more about you!

Jennifer DeDonato said...

Fun interview!!


denversavage said...

How fun Jenn! I discovered her blog a few months ago. I love her idea of the rainbow interviews, so cool.

Happy that you got some kudos!

The Vintage Sister Studio said...

What a great interview Jenn! I loved all of your answers.

Soggy Dog said...

Great interview Jenn! You should decide the names for Crayola! - Nann's Lipstick Red, Grassy Green, Apartment Orange..... And your little guys in hats tickle me! I can see them all on a birthday cake - singing "Happy Birthday" in Italian - like at the Olive Garden! :) Fun stuff! :) - Kim

sUz said...

oh jeNn, that was TOO much fun! Thanks for sharing!

iN jOy,

Garden Painter Art said...


I really enjoyed reading the interview. I adore the idea of an orage dining room! I couldn't pull myself out of bed in the morning without the color of the world to look forward to!

If you have a spare moment, take a swing by my little blog. I'm having a give-away. It's a contest to win a print of my original collage entitled "Rabbit's Curious Day".

julie haymaker Thompson said...

Just read the interview on Shelagh's site i love the colors part and why . What a fun way to see memories . Your a very talented . XO Julie