I added Purk and Sanibelle, bunzo, cruffle, aura leaf and Roxi. Great pick to try out! It is a good buddy to Purk. :)
Be sure to check out Daniel's Challenge here:
This past Monday we paid tribute to our veterans and soldiers on Memorial Day. So I made an urn with flowers and a Zentangle inspired Victorian pattern on the side for Victoria Day. I salute all of our troops here and Canadian and the free world.
This is using a straight string with Woe-Van, one I can't remember, I will call it corn chips, and Twile. Not a curved line. A parallel, a vertical a perpendicular, slanted, off center, horizontal and I gurantee no curves. I really tried!
I used a string for my tile which I'm proud of. :)
I used the tangles tree bark, shamblee, sun, sand swirl, and up and down I think... Don't quote me for sure on those! I just know I had a lovely time making rolling hills with trees and wind and leaves. :)
I have been enjoying seeing all things that come with spring outdoors, grass, and leaves and so many plants! I guess that's where my mind. I used X Petal, Sanibelle, rocks, Vigne, Aura-Leaf, and Ace. I even did a string and kept to it. So much structure for me! :)
I used the flower string recommended and did it on my undecided if I like it gray tiles, and used these: Aura Leaf, Enyshou Libre, round things, a trolius leaf from a friend's garden, shells and something I didn't write down originally. If anyone knows what the two tangles are a check for a million bucks is in the mail for their names. :)
I was out in the swampy marsh last week before getting the flu, so my tiles have been sprinkled with my horticultural adventures. Thanks for stopping by!
I used cayke, onamato, and of course Prestwood. I just picked some other draping and linear tangles to compliment the curves in Prestwood. Thanks! Here is the link to the site for the challenge:
Was sick all week but finally got a few challenges done now that I'm feeling better. I just did simple flowers. I was in a simple kind of mood! :). The tangles used were Erbluehen, Enyshou en Grille, Enyshou libre, and Cloud Pop.
This is my attempt at this string with the patterns. I was not able to draw Foufou as I could not find it so I drew a single bird with all other tangle patterns required. I had a great time and added some colors for the beautiful spring we're having. Thank you! Sarah
This tangle gave me flashbacks to 'Dancet'. Not necessarily good memories with Dancet to be quite honest , but I made this one bend to my will, which is fun, and I had a good time. It's a ZIA from hunting for mushrooms today in the woods. No luck though. Just have to settle for the ones in my tile. :)
This is my first time doing this challenge. I have heard it is fun and really makes you get creative! This is my first Duotangle. Thanks for letting me join. Sarah from the United States. Thank you!
Dies ist meine erste Zeit mit dieser Herausforderung. Ich habe gehört, es macht Spaß und macht wirklich Sie kreativ! Dies ist meine erste Duotangle. Danke, dass ich mitmachen. Sarah aus den Vereinigten Staaten. Danke!
Might have already posted this but oh well! I used Mumsy, off key and one other by Linda Farmer that I forgot to write down that begins with an 'n'. Whoops. Lots of fun. I liked the head start we got on it. :)
I thought I'd try the pattern on the Asian Cloud Leopard's coat. When I wrote 'coat' on my Inchie it didn't mean a fur coat made for humans or anything related to using animals for their skins. The coats look best on the animals!!! :)