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Welcome to Debbie Doodles Ink.

Everything begins with an illustration.

I put ideas into pictures and pictures into step stools, displays, murals and more. Created with paint, wood, paper maché and glitter!

While most of what is currently on these pages already have happy homes I make templates as designs are created for step stools, banners, canvas murals, valances or holiday decor making some designs available to reproduce with your own personalization and colors. You are invited to my etsy store Fanciful Elephant Emporium to order any of those designs or convo me with your ideas.

On the other hand, if something here has sparked your imagination visit my other store, Debbie Doodles Ink and we will get something special started just for you! Whether it is a mural, store display, party backdrop or some other special project.

If you have any questions or comments contact me, via phone, email or leave your comment here. Just be warned, if you call and I don’t answer my hands are likely full of paint, glitter or both so don’t be shy . . . leave a detailed message and I will get back to you, usually by the end of the day.

Thank you for coming by to have a look around.

Have a Doodle Day!

Debbie

18 Responses to Home

  1. Mom says:

    Congrats my Darling Daughter..
    Mom

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  2. sylvia dombrosky says:

    Hello Debbie, Saw you wine pull idea on Pininterest. My non-profit is holding a “fun raiser” in January. Can you explain how your pull works plz

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    • Hi Sylvia, I actually found the wine pull on Pinterest too. It can be done different ways and for different prices. We had beautiful wines donated, 100 bottles total. The wines ranged in price from $20 bottles to $100 bottles. We wrote numbers on corks from 1 – 100 only selling 100 chances at $100 each. Payment was either at the end of the night on the credit card or they paid the person at the display. When the donation was made, the name was written on the numbered cork and it was put into the velvet cork bag. It is a lot of wine to try to take home the night of the affair, so we also offered to let them pick it up within the following week or have it delivered for a small fee. It was a lot of fun to do the drawing at the end of the evening – building the anticipation throughout the evening.
      Hope this helps. Best wishes with your event!
      Cheers,
      Debbie

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      • sylvia dombrosky says:

        Hi Debbie, Thanks for your quick reply. I have forwarded your info to the Fun raising committee. I have never seen anything like this. Should be great fun. I’ll let you know how it turns out. Happy New Year

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  3. Becky Showers says:

    I am interested in your tailgate

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    • Hi Becky. Thank you so much for your interest in the Tailgate Prop. I did receive your phone message and will be returning your call Friday 9-12. Apologies for being unable to return your call today. That was a special commission piece, that I have all of the templates for to do a remake. I will be happy to consider either selling it to you outright or renting to you for an event. What is your timeframe? Thank you, again for your interest. Talk with you soon.

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  4. Kim Tong says:

    I’m looking for a personalized wooden step stool for my niece, Audrey. Would like her name on it. Saw what you did with Finley. How much would something like that cost?

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  5. Bobbi says:

    Hi Deb, love all your work but like your Sherlock Elephant over the rest.

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  6. Jasmyne says:

    Hello! I am interested in your tailgate.

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    • Hi Jasnyne, thank you. This is a prop built for a client using an actual tail gate.

      I have a pattern you can purchase if you have someone to build it for you. One person who purchased the patten, built theirs with cardboard using a folding table for the tailgate. Worked out very well.

      The pattern is $15. If built out of wood or pvc, the design makes a great prop to be stored and used again and again.

      Thank you for your interest. Let me know how I can help.
      Cheers,
      Debbie

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      • Jasmyne says:

        Ok yes I would love the pattern! Creative minds think alike…I envisioned a folding table too LOL! How does the purchasing process work? How long would it take tp receive the pattern?

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      • I’ll set it up in my Etsy store, FancifulElephantEmp.etsy.com then I email you the pattern. Voila! You have it! I have not done it through Etsy yet, so will set it up in the morning and let you know, here, when it is ready.
        Thank you so much. Hope you have fun and will send me a photo of your finished tailgate. What will you be using it for?
        I will look up the notes from the person who built it with the folding table and hope that will help you too. Looks like posting other tailgates here and on Pinterest will soon be in order!
        Cheers!~
        Debbie

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      • Jasmyne says:

        Good morning! Did you add the pattern to etsy already? I wasn’t able to respond to your last message for some reason…? We are having a hip hop dance party and will use this idea for the kids’ snack table…our version of “junk in the trunk”! LOL. I would SO appreciate other clients’ notes if its not too much trouble. Thanks again!

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      • No, so sorry for not posting it yesterday. We just moved from Houston, TX to Denver, CO and I am still so disorganized. Just got caught up in organizing and unpacking and “spaced” it. I’ll look for her notes, and get the pattern posted today.
        Cheers!
        Debbie

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      • Hi again Jasmyne! At long last . . . it has taken me this long to pull it all together, but the pattern is now listed on my etsy store. The only information given by the other person who has used my pattern is: “To save money, I painted everything on cardboard. The back piece (truck) was attached to a wood frame so that it hung just above the table. The side rails of the truck bed are also cardboard that I scored and folded to fit the table. I taped the taillights to the end of the cardboard side rails and then taped the side rails to the truck. It is reusable but wasn’t sturdy enough for the kids to sit on. 😦 We used it to only serve food.”
        I really love what she did with the crowd in the background and the side panels. She was in a school gym it looks like so had a lot of space to work with.
        Have fun. Can’t wait to see pictures!
        Cheers!
        Debbie

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