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Saturday, March 26, 2016

Time to Tangle!

    I can't look at the letters for Diane Clancy's challenge #49 without seeing the word lazy.  In fact it was so ingrained in my mind I nearly added a tangle that started with an A!  But I caught myself in time and only used the ones with an LZY - lollywimples, zonked, and y-chain.  Debated on color but finally decided not to.
       Made by Joey's challenge to use the Roman numerals as strings is a lot of fun.  I am filling up a journal with these strings.  Here is numeral 5 (V).  Pardon the bits around the edges but it is hard to scan in that close to the object.  I will show the whole page again later on.
     I have missed a few Diva challenges and honestly thought about skipping this one.  Shattuck is not my very favorite, but admittedly I had a lot of fun with this monotangle.  It got to be a real challenge how I could vary this one. 
   And finally an Easter Egg for Adele Bruno's challenge. 
  I hope you are having a lovely Easter weekend.  The weather here is very nice, a tad chilly but at least it is not raining.  I think after getting some more tangles for my notebook I may pull out the Cricut and make some cards.  I am running low on birthday cards.  I try to keep several made up in advance.  Thanks for dropping by and have a nice day!

6 comments:

  1. Love your tiles!!

    Joyce

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  2. Nice tiles. I'm not a fan of Shattuck either, but yours turned out lovely!

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  3. that Joey challenge tile looks like a window looking out on a garden. And your String thing tile...well, you'll see. But I followed the same path as you: zenith in the ribbons, Mel mel on the egg, and warped egg as a background. Your colors are just wonderful.

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  4. You nailed the Shattuck! Look at all those variations!

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  5. Lovely work, you managed to get round all the challenges. Shattuck is not one of my favourites either, I struggle to keep going from corner to corner, but I suppose that is the point of these challenges, it makes you keep practising something you won't draw otherwise :-)

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