I loved the Diva's challenge this past week of doing something you don't normally do! If this had been next week, when I am on spring break, and had loads of time, I would have tangled a tile with my wood burner. I already have that in my plans and have the wood ready and waiting. But no time this week. So I grabbed my Sakura souffle markers and tangled on a piece of black cardstock. I had not used them on black before and oooo, I love the results. I am going to try this more often. I love the intensity of the colors.
All through the week when I have had a spare second, I grabbed the template from the Bright Owl. I really had fun with this one and love the results. One little bobble early on almost caused me to trash it, but I decided to stick it out and it really isn't visible.
Totally by accident I found another challenge. This one is only once a month though. So I really should be able to do this. And it is only 2 little inches of paper. Okay, I hope I can do it. But summer is fast approaching and I should have lots of spare time. The theme for March's "twinchie" was "flower or flowers". I used watercolor paper and pencils. Then I added a gold bee from my pack of beads I won a while back. Check out Show Us Your Twinchie to see some of the other entries and perhaps get involved yourself.
And the winner is . . .
Me!! I entered a giveaway from Michellle Beauchamp. And I won!! I love, love , love her art work and could stare at it for hours. Now I have a wonderful piece all my own. I was thrilled. Zip over to the link and see this piece for yourself - totally awesome. She also put a nice tangled card and a book mark in the package. Great surprises.
Guess it is time to wrap this post up. I now need to go to work on the monotangle challenge. And since I now am officially on spring break - I have the time to do just that! Thanks for dropping by and leaving a smile!