Princess Etch A Sketch lives up to her name

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Jane Labowitch puts my art skills to shame. Sure, on a good day I can freehand something and have it vaguely resemble its real life counterpart, but that’s the exception rather than the rule.

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Jane (AKA Princess Etch A Sketch), on the other hand, recreates famous paintings and iconic scenery and characters on an Etch A Sketch better than most people could do with pencil and paper.

Keep in mind, pencil and paper means you can erase: Jane is doing her art in the nerd version of drawing in pen on watermark paper. All it takes is one mistake and *poof*, hours of work down the drain.

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Check out more after the break, and be sure to go visit Jane’s Etsy Shop.

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