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Sunday, June 3, 2012

All you need is LOVE!

      I speak with total authority - there is no language on earth where the word "love" is spelled using just the letters B (betweed), P (pea-nuckle), or K (keeko).   And yes I looked.  I thought I had a way around the dare Erin at The Bright Owl gave us this week - just use other letters for my favorite tiles.  My other thought was simply to go ahead and use the "old tried and trues", and claim a "tangle-typo", but I sort of thought nobody would buy that.  Right?
     So I dashed over to Tangle Patterns and praised the fact that they are arranged in alphbetical order.  I also pulled out all my tangle books and checked the index.  The search was fun - took awhile, but fun.  I also discovered some tangles I rarely if ever use.  That is the point anyway, isn't it? 
     I thought red would be great color for my first attempt since it goes really well with hearts and love and all that jazz.  I was moving along really good until I picked up a pen to color in the little circles on "longwood" and guess what, it wasn't red!  Somebody should move the pens she is not using!  So I put a little black circle in the corner of each one of the longwood boxes.  Then I had to add some of the other tangles in black to semi-balance this whole calamity out.  Actually it wasn't too bad when I finished, just not what I planned.
Longwood, OrNot,Veezely, Echoism
      On to zendala number two - first, hide the red pens.  Back to the books and internet and here is my result.  I really prefer the second one.  I guess because I just could get on with the business of tangling and not have to think about how to solve a problem!
Laced, Onamoto, Vibes, Emingle
     School is officially out, except for two in-service days!  Yahoo!!  I am now foot loose and fancy free! 

11 comments:

  1. Two beautiful zendalas! I especially love the onomato in the second. Nice recovery from picking up the wrong pen, too.

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  2. Nicely done! And I agree with you, like teh second one best.

    Annemarie Huijts

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  3. Both lovely, and yes, it was fun looking at new or rarely used tangles, wasn't it? You have used two I've never seen = OrNot and Vibes; both neat tangles. I like hearing a process, and i think you did a wonderful job at solving a "mistake".

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  4. Wow, so much detail! Lovely results on both.

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  5. They are both quite lovely. I don't know which I like the best; and you've used some of my favorites, plus several I've never seen done before.

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  6. cathy - i like both tiles! you used a lot of patterns i haven't tried yet - i'm enjoying looking at them, trying to figure how you drew them :). i like the 2 colors on your first tile - and you very creatively 'mixed' them together :). awesome work!

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  7. I either got my tangles from Tangle Patterns - an awesome resource or books. The two books were one by Sandy Bartholomew and another by Suzanne McNeill. I don't have exact names with me - I am at school. But I love those two resources also. I am somewhat of a bookaholic and whenever a new one comes out I rush out and get it.

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  8. I really like both of these tiles. The second one is so detailed. I had fun with "research" for the tangles that started with the correct letters too! Great work!

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  9. I really enjoy reading about your thought process. Your tiles are lovely!

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  10. I love the hearts on the first one; they remind me of tigers or zebras, a little.

    Your B&W hearts make me think they are edged in a string of pearls . .

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