This week’s Diva Challenge is to use curvy grids. I happen to love grids of any kind, so I was actually able to get this done early for a change! I used one of the Zentangle prestrung tiles that I had in my purse, and while I waited in my car to pick someone up, I got started and was able to finish it before they were done with their appointment. Hooray!
This week’s Diva Challenge was to leave a little white space in our tiles. When I first started tangling I filled my tiles corner to corner, but over time I’ve come to realize that sometimes ‘less is more’. So I’ve become comfortable now leaving some white space on my tiles. I kept this tile simple, doing a monotangle with one of my favorite tangles, Crescent Moon.
Wishing everyone a Happy Valentangle’s Day!! My tile is on the late side again, but I was able to finish it tonight. I didn’t know where I was going with this when I started, and I wasn’t liking what was developing, but I stopped thinking too much about it and kept going, and I think I like it! For those of you living in nice, sunny climates I thought I’d give you a peak of my backyard. It’s still snowing here and not supposed to stop until morning. It’s beautiful, but I’m sooo looking forward to Spring!
I played around the other day with a new tangle, Zenvelopes, developed by Grace Mendez, a fellow CZT. You can check out the tangle on Grace’s website www.gracemendez.com It was a lot of fun to do, and it was quick and easy….my favorite kind of tangle….just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Another busy week (who knew retirement would be so busy), so I’ve finally got to the Diva’s challenge today. We’re using Sadelle Wiltshire’s Jailed Johnny which is a new pattern to me, but I’ll be doing a lot more of it! I decided to do a monotangle.