Welcome! In spite of a schedule that turned out to be far busier than I had originally anticipated, I still managed to squeeze in a TON of tangling this past week – so today’s Tangled Tuesday post is full to bursting with all sorts of fun stuff. Hope you enjoy!
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Oops… I just realized that I didn’t actually learn any new tangles this week. Guess I was far too busy practicing the ones I already know, as you’ll see when you read on!
Tangling in Progress
With Easter on its way, I decided to do another holiday-themed ZIA. I can’t give you much just yet, but here’s a little taste of what’s to come.
It’ll have a lot more depth once I’ve done the shading, but I like to save that step until all the penwork is complete so that the pencil marks don’t smudge.
I decided on a whim to do a tangled piece for one of last week’s Photo A Day Challenge pics. The prompt for the day was “hand-drawn” – and as you can see, I took it quite literally!
Then I moved on to finish my 8″ x 10″ WIP, and am very pleased with the end result (as well as the fact that it’s DONE – I’m more than ready to move on to something new!).
For The Diva’s Challenge this week, we were to use a spiral as our string. Not a problem for me, as I love spirals! Here’s my finished tile:
I kept this one fairly simple and only used three patterns in the spiral: Marasu, Pearlz, and Beedz.
And I think that’s about it… for now.
What a week it’s been!
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