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Monday, July 1, 2013

Crescent Moon and Dare #63

     Roy at Mindful Creations asked us to use the tangle crescent moon.  I like this one very much, but don't really ever think about how to vary it.  So I took this opportunity to play with some variations.  I tried single moons.  I tried zig-zag lines.  I tried boxy lines.  This got to be so much fun when I finished the tile for the challenge, I pulled out my Tangle-A-Day calendar and kept playing.  I may never see crescent moon as plain again!

    The moment I opened up Bright Owl's template, I said "I love it!"  I don't know why it so instantly appealed to me, but it did.  So I set out to see how to make this template work.   These long, lazy summer days are spoiling me.  When school starts and I can barely get one done . . . . I better enjoy it now!

    I pulled out the cricut and cuttlebug to make some birthday cards this past week.  That is an all day event because I make an enormous mess with all my crafting supplies.  The mess was worth it though.  I love the cards and hope the people I give them to will also.  For years, I have made birthday cards for each teacher or worker in my school.  I love doing something special for their day.
Cards using Life is a Beach cartridge from Cricut


     I hope you had a wonderful week and if you celebrate the 4th of July, it is a great day for you and your family.  Thanks for dropping by and leaving me some sunshine!

10 comments:

  1. The Crescent Moon tile is beautiful, I love the contrast.
    I love your zendala's; so different and so beautiful.

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  2. Your zendalas are lovely. I especially like the borders you used on two of them.

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  3. Your zendala's are well done, i can see the template.

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  4. Wonderful Zendalas! Each of them has a separate Impression. My favorite is the first one. The Crescent Moon tile is lovely.

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  5. the crescent moon and zendala's are gorgeous. I love your take on moonwalk.

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  6. Your all zentangles are very beautiful and well done. Especially I love the last zendala. It is like a dream, so light and beautiful.

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  7. I love your zendalas! They're all so different and each is beautiful in its own right. I love the soft, lacey details of the first, the great flower design in the second, and the incredible depth of the third. Great work!

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  8. What pretty and varied zendalas! My favorite is the middle one with the pink and green; but the others are lovely too. Great shading and choice of tangles.

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