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Thursday, October 4, 2012

Lots of variety today

     I seem to be in full swing at school.  I am having a really great year - great group!  I do wish I could get settled into more of a routine.  I suppose that will happen.  I decided to wait and post when I had all three challenges and dare done.  I guess I am not too wordy today.

Challenge #88

  This challenge was to use the tangle sankegg.  I took heart when I looked at the other posts about this one.  It seems I am not the only one struggling with this tangle. It was just plain hard for me.  If it weren't for my determination not to miss a challenge, this one almost caused me to abandon hope!    I decided to not get fancy, just put on a few and move on!

Dare #25

   I seem to be challenged all over the place.   Erin's dare was tough.   I think it was because the triangles were uneven.  My first thought when I saw it was "candy corn".  And I don't even like the stuff.  So I went with the candy and added a whole lot of other October things.  Sort of crazy looking, but I like it.
Trick or Treat
    The next one is more traditional.  I do need to get a few new black pens.  My pen is getting a bit pale, so sepia it was.  I even used some scrapbooking paper for a change.
     And now on to -

Celtic Knot #7

   All Judy wanted us to do was use some color on her pattern.  I liked that.  Relaxing to just sit and color. 
    I hope everyone is having a great week.  I am glad to be fast approaching week-end.  A bit of rest will be appreciated.  Also a day or two without papers to grade . . . ahh, sounds sweet.  Thanks for dropping by!  Your comments brighten my day!

13 comments:

  1. Your creations are fantastic! I love the colors and crativity on the Celtic Knot #7. You are wonderfully talented!

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  2. Your work is lovely Cathy. I particularly like the colors you have used in the Celtic

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  3. All of these are great. I too found Sankegg verrry challenging but I like your variety of sizes. Very effective. I too am taken with your lovely soft color Celtic Knot.

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  4. Wow, you've been busy! I especially love your zendala done with the sepia. It has quite a native feel: great tangles and particularly the way you've edged the largest of the triangles - that's really beautiful. Your Celtic Knot is so detailed and lovely!

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  5. haha! you've been busy! i love what you did with judy's challenge! it's beautiful!
    sankegg is not my friend, i haven't gotten anywhere with that one. yours looks great to me :) looks like shark's teeth :)

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  6. You did very well with all three challenges. You're right, the challenge and the dare were really challenging!
    Let see what tomorrow brings.........

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  7. Amazing!
    Love the color on the celtic knot and must say I'm impressed with what you did with zendala 25! It was a hard one (for me and others!)

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  8. I always love opening up your blog. You never disappoint with the beauty you create!

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  9. I love your tile...not necessarily because of sankegg, but more the beautiful collection of nicely done tangles that show off sankegg. Well done!

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  10. I love the colors in Celtic Knot #7 -- absolutely beautiful!

    Glenda

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  11. Love your use of colours on Celtic Knot #7

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