As it is the first Monday of the month, it is a "use my tangle" over at I am the Diva
, is from Henrike Bratz, CZT. The tangle, Tint
, is really a lot of fun to work with. I am in the process of doing an Online pencil coloring class from Kit and Clowder
, so my pencils were on the table.
I added just a bit of red sparkle gel pen to the Mooka and between the Tipple.
Facebook's focus tangle from Square One
this week is CZT Carole Ohl's Baton
Eni Oken's tangle Tri-Roda
with Copic markers, completes this weeks tangles.
Thank you for stopping by. And a special thanks to all of you who leave me such nice comments. I really enjoy reading them.
Tint was a fun tangle. Yours looks completely different than mine which is one of the nice things about the tangle. Very versatile. I really like your Tri-Roda tile. That is a new tangle to me, so I hope to try it soon.ReplyDelete
Of course mine looks different, Suzanne, as you know I must stretch tangles or I'm not happy, LOL! I think Tri-Roda is so simple and just looks very pretty no matter how you do it. Do give it a try!Delete
Your diva tile looks like a flower. Pretty.ReplyDelete
I was thinking of fall flowers when I did this, Miss L. Thank you!Delete
Thank you, Trudi!Delete
Thanks so much, Betsy!Delete
A wonderful flowery DIVA tile!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Malerisches, for your kindness.Delete
I love your tangelation of Tint!!!ReplyDelete
I like it too, Annemarie, but I also love seeing how pretty it is when I visit others and it is done traditionally as well.Delete
Beautiful work Jean, I really love your Tint-tile!ReplyDelete
Ilse, thanks so much!Delete
All flowery and colory 😀ReplyDelete
I just love that word, "colory". I must write that down and remember it. very descriptive word to use with flowery :P Thanks, Carmala.!Delete
Hi Jean! I love what you did with Tint. For some reason this was a hard one for me, but I finally got it done. I really like your take on it. Baton is an interesting tangle. Not really my style, but it could fit into a space that needs something. I like how you outlined a couple of them. I really love the last one - Tri-Roda - with the wonderful colors. I've never seen that one, so I will just have to go check it out. :-D Have a great week!ReplyDelete
Do take a look at Baton. It really is different from what mine looks like and you might like it done more traditionally. Tri_Roda has such a nice floral look to it, so it fits in well with my coloring, Melena. Always a pleasure to read your comments!Delete
Oh! That Baton. :-D Got it. I have seen this one. I'll try it again. ;-)Delete
You should know by now, Melena, that you can't trust what my tangle looks like, LOL! I always do a tangle, on scratch paper, right, and then it is time to just let it go. That's just me though. It's what makes me happy.Delete
Gorgeous work Jean! I especially love those colorful Tri-Roda;-)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much, Michele!Delete
I like your Tint-tile - I thought of bananas when I saw it ;-)ReplyDelete
Your Tri-Roda is also very nice!
You're right, Sandra. When I was in college, we had a study area that had banana trees growing. And, that was right here in Phoenix. But the area was lightly covered and gently cooled.Delete
Your golden Tint is perfect for fall! I will have to try Tri-Roda... it's beautiful!💜ReplyDelete
Thanks, Deanne! I enjoy adding color and both of these pieces just begged for color!Delete
Oooh! Such a pretty Tint! Love the colors!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Jennifer!Delete
Your tile does not look like you found this to be a difficult tangle. Like the color that you added. I have not done Square One focus tangle for some time. Baton is one that I am not sure about at times. Should have asked Carol about it a couple of years ago when I met her at an event.ReplyDelete
It wasn't difficult once I "got" it, Donald, but it took several tries to get it. How lucky you are to have met Carole.Delete