Saturday, April 3, 2010

DIP

It's been 80 degrees the last 2 days here in Chicagoland, so I couldn't resist using the prompt, "dip", to create a kid's summer dream.

29 comments:

  1. The little girl does have a huge craving! :D Nice one! Have a great Easter Sunday!

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  2. how cute, love the little girl and the super big ice!!!
    Have an happy Easter Jack, BUONA PASQUA :o)

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  3. That looks like a tasty dipping!

    I have the Renee Award for you, you can find it on my blog.

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  4. Oh, so cute!! The ice cream is bigger than she is!! (She'll drip it all over her new dress, but if Mama rinses with ONLY cold water RIGHT AWAY, the chocolate will come right out.) My son Grayson says, "His paintings are always so cool!" Happy Easter, my buddy!

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  5. Hey Jack, this is great, love the giant double dipped cone. It's already been crazy warm here too. It's been 84 degrees for past couple of days. Happy Easter!

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  6. Is that vanilla with oodles of chocolate syrup?? Ah, bliss... bet it melts gloriously in the mouth too! (^_^)

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  7. oooo! i think that's the very SAME ice cream man that came to my old block, out in chicagoland...and i'll bet he still has those awesome bomb pops!

    this is wonderful, jack! very whimsical!

    happy holiday to you and your family! ")

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  8. What a cute illustration! That huge, chocolate covered ice cream cone would make any little girl's day!
    Thanks for your nice comment! Have a nice Easter.

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  9. So cute Jack! Hope you're having a lovely Easter! :)

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  10. Oh my - does that colossal come in chocolate chocolate chip dipped in chocolate??? The cocoa bean has loads of antioxidants you know! This is adorable Jack I love your fun bright colors and that lovely blue sky dotted with clouds - your work always makes me smile!

    Thanks too for all your kind and encouraging comments and support - it means a lot, I appreciate it so much!

    Have a wonderful Easter Sunday!

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  11. I think my kids may have had a few of these today...! great idea,! Happy Easter, Jack!

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  12. nice work.
    i love ice cream and this didn't even occur to me.
    (However, I don't chew tobacco either... so, go figure.)

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  13. yum! I used to RUN full out when I saw or heard the ice cream truck. Great illustration!

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  14. Hello Jack!
    how are you today?
    hope everythings alright :))
    ohhh, i love vanilla ice cream!!!!!!
    this is so good ;))

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  15. ..beautiful illo,jack..sweet idea..

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  16. Awesome illo! Don't you love this weather here in April in chicago?

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  17. that is very fun and makes me smile :) yummy i want a mr Whippy now!

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  18. perfect illo for the nice weather! :)

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  19. Ha! Well I laughed when I saw the size of the icecream and laughed again when I saw the sign on the truck, and when I imagined the look on the little person's face as they try and eat it :)

    nice work Jack, as aalways of course - ahh the blessings of a repeating key keyboard

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  20. Yum! that looks amazing! Love the idea! Great illo.
    Thanks always for your kind words on my blog..
    Always loved hearing that tune coming from the truck down the block when I was a kid... :D

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  21. Lovely and bright and happy! brings back some wonderful memories ;)

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  22. oh my word this is so summery and delicious, this is a wonderful piece Jack, I love it.

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  23. Such a BIG cone for such a little girl. Wonderful.

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  24. How delicious! Wish that ice cream van would come around my neighborhood. Lovely!

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  25. Perfect idea! I used to always wish I lived in a place that had an ice cream truck! Such a fun summertime treat!

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  26. I brought my money! I'm next, I'm next! This is the perfect dessert. You burn calories just carrying the thing around. :D

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