Book, cup and napkin

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    Deb Favuzza
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    I watched the following videos: volume 16 fabric volume 17 light, volume 26 values and 18 composition. Many original fairy tales were cautionary tales. In the original Red Riding Hood, Red was eaten along with her grandmother by the wolf in Charles Perrault’s version written in the seventeenth century. Moral of the story, don’t talk to strangers. I’m thinking of painting a child’s drawing of Grandma’s house or maybe a picture of a wolf on the cup. I don’t want it to get too busy though. Any ideas?

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