Friday, March 29, 2013

Monotangle Adventure- IndyRella

     When  I first read Roy's post asking us to us the tangle "Indy-Rella" for our monotangle, I thought I would just hurry do one and move on to more fun endeavors.   I mean, how much fun can one little really basic tangle be?  Ha!  Several pieces later I am finding them show up in every tile I try to start!  They sneak in and before you know it - they have taken over!  Eeek!  They had to be dealt with - over and over!
     I first used the stencils I won a while back from Genevieve Crabe to make a mandala.  Then I monotangled it with indy-rella.  That was a lot of fun.  Next step, a tile with my beloved brown tones.  I really like this one until I added the part in the center.  It spoiled it for me.  But here it is anyway.

     But it took the color to make me fall head over heels in love!  It also showed me I had to work slower.  The gel pens needed a more slow stroke than the regular micron.  I like the effect of the slow, more deliberate stroke.

     You need to head over to Mindful Creations and check out the other entries and maybe get involved with the Monotangle Adventure yourself!  Have a great week and thanks for dropping by.


  1. I love the second one with all the colors against the black...gorgous. I like the first one, too, but those colors? Wow!!!


  2. I love the second one! Really pretty.

  3. Great! This tangle is a lot of fun, isn't it?

  4. I love the colour in the top one

  5. Cathy, all of these are amazing. I feel I should say sorry, I know how addicting Indy-Rella can be. Though I am happy that someone else has fallen under its spell. Thanks for Joining the adventure!

  6. Oh my goodness me . . . you are inspiring. I have to have a go at a Monotangle (whatever that is when it's at home) . . . I can see yours, but I have to go and look into it now!

    VERY pretty little tiles you have here. I can see why you couldn't stop doing them!


  7. This tangle has so many personalities - love the ones you gave it!


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