Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Zendala Dare #112

Erin at The Bright Owl has given us a beautiful template to do our Zendala's this week. I chose Jonqal and Munchin. I had to force myself to stop. I often add too much and lose something in the process. I think minimal shading suited this design quite well.
Zendala Dare #112
Thanks to all of you that stop by and leave me a comment. I so enjoy reading them!

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful job Jean! I always enjoy seeing what you come up with.

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    1. Thanks, Erin. I'm really glad you're back to doing the Dare. It's always fun to see how different each person's Zendala turns out.

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  2. I love this zendala, Jean. The shading is done so well and Munchin is great in it.

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    1. Thanks, Annemarie. I think I still had Munchin on the mind LOL!

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  3. Great tile! I love that you used Munchin on the ribbon - I'm so used to seeing it filling a larger space, but I really like it done this way! I like your shading too!

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    1. I don't think I would have ever thought of using Munchin that way except that I had just done Munchin for another challenge and that tile was sitting in front of me. So, I thought, hummm. Don't you love those moments?

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  4. Lovely! I just love how your created a celtic look to it! That's always difficult! But You did it and it looks great with the tangles you chose too! Too much fun! Have a great weekend and I'll see you next week. Oh, great Idea with Waldo for Halloween! The bummer part is, it's been soooooo hot here, sweaters and beanies are not going over to well with this group! I'm gonna have to keep that one in mind though! It would be fun!

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    1. Yes, I guess you have hot Halloweens like we do. I always feel sorry for the children that wear those masks. I think the Zendala looks celtic is because I didn't keep going and fill everything in. That's not always easy to do though.

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  5. Love your simply elegant tile. Always enjoy seeing what you come up with.

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  6. Nice work. You left a lot more negative space than I did. Was not as brave as you trying Munchin in the small space of the template.

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    1. Brave or just foolish? LOL! Thanks Donald, but I really loved yours so much.

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  7. What a terrific idea to use Münchin in a linear fashion. I'll definitely have to try it that way. Great Zendala.

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    1. Thanks, Audrie. I have done that before and actually thought I came up with a new tangle! LOL!

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  8. Wonderful and very elegant Zendala!

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  9. You have found very nice tangles and drawn them so well. Great job!

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  10. Great tile, nice combination and perfect shading.

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  11. This is very elegant and delicate. Nice work!

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    1. Thanks, Jennifer. Somehow, I never see my work as delicate. I appreciate that you think so though :)

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