Leftover Box Doodles

Take home boxes are a blank canvas that I cannot leave unfinished....

a Grumpy Cat I drew on a friend's box.
Self Portrait. I had chicken and waffles for dinner. :P

One of my favorite things to do when we go out, is draw on my take-home boxes with a fork. Last week my friends and I went to Cheddars (who gives you ridiculously huge portions of comfort food) and went home with a couple of boxes.

Do you guys ever doodle on these? Surely I can't be the only one.

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Hanukkah started this weekend and I got some AMAZZZIIIINNNNGGGG gifts. One I think you'll all get excited about. Stay tuned to find out what's so awesome tomorrow. We also had a party with our friends last night and I snagged a few photos to share this week as well.



Chag Semeach (Happy Hanukkah)!
<3 Stephanie

p.s. I'm having problems getting Disqus to merge with my custom profile theme perfectly, so it'll be a few more days until I get it up and running. Thanks for being patient everyone! ^__^;

5 comments:

  1. There's this long family history of my sister eating my leftovers, to the point where she wouldn't ask. I started getting in the habit of writing notes for her and doodling around them on my leftout boxes, especially if I wanted her to stay out of them.

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  2. @Mari I totally get where you're coming from. I grew up in a family of 5 and we always wrote our names on our boxes to keep one another from eating our food. Needless to say, it blossomed into something so much more!

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  3. I love the Grump cat art! I'm kind of obsessed with her. To the point of creating my own art in her likeness :)

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  4. @Monique, I'd love to see some of your art!!!!

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  5. I always bring a pen to restaurants just to do this and usually turn my box into some kind of futuristic vehicle.

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