Friday, January 25, 2013
Two challenges in one posting this time.
At first when I had finished dare # 41 I thought the addition of Zinger was not such a good idea. But soon after, I got used to it and was happy that I followed my intuïtion, otherwise the dare would have been to static.( Sorry I forgot to take a picture of that) .For other entries you go toThe Bright Owl.
For the second challenge, Laura asked us to use the logo of the Moebius Syndrome Foundation as a string. The color of the foundation is purple. You want to read more about the challenge, want to try a challenge yourself or see what others did? Look here
Friday, January 18, 2013
You want to see other entries or try this challenge for yourself? Go to I am the Diva
Have fun this week.
Sunday, January 13, 2013
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
Weekly Challenge #100! from I am the Diva "New tangles and a Diva Dance"
Congratulations Laura! What a fantastic achievement!!!!!!
3 new tangles this week
rock 'n roll
rock 'n roll
combined called "Diva Dance" by Maria Thomas, especially made for this happening!!!
A little late, but this is what I did with the Diva Dance. I love this new tangle.
Happy New Year to everyone. I wish you all a prosperous and healthy 2013 with lots of time to tangle.
What an excellent dare this is and a great challenge. Erin asked us to make a zendala in a way you usually don't do. Look for further details here.
I have a tendency to overcritisize myself so I pushed aside my criticus. Ok, to be honest I still heard the little voices, but didn't listen to them. I also do a lot of thinking before starting. And somestimes I even don't get started because of all the thinking. This time I jumped into action, well ok with some hesitation, but I jumped. In this zendala most tangles I never used before, like veezley, palrevo, charlie, msst. Sparkle I used once or twice before. Also these colours are new to me to work with.
I love this zendala. Thank you Erin and I will broaden this experience to my daily life throughout this coming year. There is still a lot more to practice with the don'ts.