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Monday, December 30, 2013

Dare # 85

    I really love Bright Owl's template this week.  It is awesome.  Being out of school for another wonderful week, I was able to get in all three again.  Yahoo! 
     I love the woven look of W2.  I struggle with it.  It is one of the hardest for me to do.  But it is after all a "dare", so I figured go for it.  I wish I hadn't added the little bits of fringe on the ends, but it was too late to stop.  I liked it better before that.
      I wanted something more organic for number two.  I started out with pokeleaf.  Then my brain went "aha", it needs a fence.  Then of course it started to rain (msst).  I was pretty sure I was finished.  Until the brain thing happened again and suggested houses.  I keep wondering if I should add some color to the houses only - what do you think?  I see bright red roofs with yellow houses.  Can't decide.  I do know that I really like this tile.  It appeals to me.
       Rather simple tile for number three, but I love chard and cadent and will use them without any hesitation.  They are just mindless fun to me, especially cadent. 
      I wish you all a wonderful new year.   I hope it is filled with joy and good health!  Thank you for dropping by - not only this time but the many times you have brightened my day with your comments over the past year. 

14 comments:

  1. These are great, Cathy. I am partial to the top one, probably because W2 IS a real challenge! You did it well. (What about putting a curved line around the fringe and filling it in? I know what you mean about adding something you wish you hadn't, but it still looks great.)

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  2. The second is my favourite! But all are nice!

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  3. I love them all. I think the houses in color would really make them pop out.

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  4. The second has a wonderful organic feel that I could get lost in.

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  5. all three are nice my favorite is the second one nice work

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  6. All of these are beautifully done. I tried to pick a favorite, but could not choose because I like them all. I do agree with Jean that you did a great job on W2.

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  7. You were busy. I like W2 in the top one. It fits in well. I like the organic character of the middle one. There is so much to look at with that one. Kept following your notes to see it all.

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  8. Oh wow, you've been busy! Top one is my fave. The best to you in 2014 and see you Monday at the inchies.
    BTW, I discovered Every Inchie Monday thanks to you. I looked at your photo - you know, the pup and all. Then I saw the inchie badge. :)

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  9. All three tiles are great, but I especially like the second one. To me it has a whimsical quality that really stands out.

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  10. Yes, you are so right, W2 is a real challenge. You did very well though.
    My favorite is the second one, I love the way it's build up. I would not put color in it, but maybe that's because I like black/white best (most of the time).
    Happy New Year!

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  11. They're all really lovely but I too am drawn most to the second one and the houses were a most inspired addition! Axxx

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  12. Wow, you are very busy! All three are lovely. My favorite is the second one!

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  13. These are all lovely! Your W2 is very well done... I had actually played around with using it and couldn't get the perspective right to fit the space -- you've managed very well! I think the second one is my favorite though. I love the organic feel -- Pokeleaf is one of my favs, and I adore the fencing and little houses!

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  14. Cathy, Thanks for your comments on my Zendala-I like all three of yours- nice choices of tangles and arrangements-the weaving in the first reminds me of apple pie! I do think the houses would stand out with color- great idea! The last is very solid and centerd-great job!

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