Celtic Knot #3This challenge by Creative Doodling's Judy West was lots of fun. We had to use the celtic knot style to do either a letter or a word. I couldn't decide what to do at first. Then I decided on doing something I had thought about using for a Christmas card.
Dare #21I agree with several others - dare #21?! Have we really been doing them for 21 weeks? Wow! I love this dare. The repeated patterns and the rhythm of a zendala really appeal to me. Very calming. I printed all three templates. I usually do, even if I don't get to do them all three. The ones I don't do go into a "rainy day" drawer. I decided on what color to use. I really lean toward the traditional black and white most of the time, but the black pen is running low on ink and I haven't got to the mall to get one. So color it is! Once I got started with the green I could not get my mind off of an idea that popped in my head. So I had to stop and do this other idea first, simply so it would let go of me. The moment the green hit the first paper, this is what I saw:
|Peas and Carrots|
The last one is my very favorite. I like the tangles I found in Sandy Bartholomew's book for the outside pieces and I also really like the browns.
Now I need to go and look at some plans for next week. Fortunately planning is something I really love to do. Thank you for stopping by and I really look forward to your comments. Those comments are like little presents in my inbox! Seriously, they brighten my day. I am trying to keep up with leaving comments as I enjoy the other sites, but sometimes school gets in the way. Just know I am loving your work! I learn so much from just looking at the talent out there.
Have a great week-end, and Happy Tangling!