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Monday, May 5, 2014

Every Inchie Monday

     This week's word on Every Inchie Monday was "indigo".  I used several shades of blue - a tiny bit of purple to do my inchie.  I am not sure any qualify as indigo, but perhaps all together they give the illusion of indigo.
     The next thing I worked on this weekend was one of my journal pages for Journal 52.  I am behind . . . again.  Oh well,  life is a journey, not a destination (thus say Aerosmith).   I have been stuck with this one for a while.  The topic was recycle.  I recycle, but my brain wasn't sure how to use any of the food boxes, etc. on a page.  A while back there was a swap on one of my facebook groups.  I really didn't have time to participate since I was in several others at the time.  We were supposed to use recycled cards and things that we had received along the way from other swappers.  I had been saving them.  So I decided to put them all together on my journal page.  Then I added lots of tangles and even took one of my tangled tiles I had never liked and cut it up for the page.  All in all, I sort of like it and it was definitely fun to do.  The quote at the bottom came from someone's card and it fits.

     I had time to finish several tiles this weekend for the tile swap.  I have been so busy with school work I did not think I would get anymore done.  But I think I have enough for the second group - at least I am pretty sure.
     I also worked on a flower garden for a group on facebook. 
     Thank you for dropping by and visiting.  Please leave me some sunshine! 

8 comments:

  1. Lovely inchie and zentangles.

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  2. Love your drawings. I am sure one of the colors in your inchie is indigo.

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  3. Love this, just my sort of design. Wish I was brave enough to try zentagle - yours are always superb.

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  4. You were productively busy this week! Your inchie turned out very "Indigo", and I really like your recycled art journal page. Your flower garden is lovely as well. I love the colors.

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  5. Love the inchie. It does look indigo. Also love all the other work. I wish I could draw like you do. Great job

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  6. I think I got out of inchies at the right time. Indigo is a tough challenge! You've done really well though.

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  7. Beautiful richness in your inchie - of course there's an indigo in there!

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  8. Love them all!! And most definitely, there is 'Indigo' in your Inchie! ( I was feeling the same way about getting it just right.) :0) Share Humanity

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