Thanks to Laura and Chewie for the challenge! Each year I wonder what I will do.....hummmm this morning I chose black and white on brown....the charcoal pencil makes the white shine out a bit but it is pretty true the original. The second is a Easter Lily that I made late last night and I add it to the challenge because without My Savior and Older Brother this beautiful world would not exist. He is the creator of all that we enjoy. Happy Earth "Amanda" Day to all you wonderful tanglers!
I have had so much fun with Rixty this week and so this morning I sat down and whipped out this one. I will be playing with this pattern a lot because it is so much fun.....Thanks for the challenge Laura!
I had a hard time trying to come up with a answer to this challenge. My initials initially did not create a string that inspired me. I finally decided to stop over thinking and just went with the flow. I forgot to take a photo before I started tangling and so I ask you, can you find the string? The initials are LD. Thank you Laura for the fun of discovery. I love fungees and it was so relaxing when I finally just played with one pattern. Happy tangling!
Conference time and I am in heaven, tangling and listening to wonderful words of inspiration!
I forgot to post my Oct. conference tangle.........so for my own record I place it here.
I so love Quandary. I use an easy three step process. I will post the steps I take later today after I get off of work. I tried many different processes but this was the only one that worked. Thanks to Laura for another wonderful Monday morning full of challenge.
I love to spiral out so this morning I spent the time with the diva dance and I will try something else this week too......just out of time for the morning. Thank you Laura for your challenge.
It was a wonderful and busy week for me. I have a sweet new grandbaby, a sweet little girl. I traveled to the cold north and was able to spend 8 days with she and my two grandsons. It was so wonderful. We did celebrate St. Patrick's day in great fashion. This is a leprechaun trap they my daughter and grandson made. It was so much fun......a trail of Lucky Charms...and ladder of pretzel held together with chocolate drops.....and a pretzel trap in the center. In the morning the leprechaun had escaped...He brought rope and climbed right out of there with slide marks on the frosting and little footprints everywhere. It was very exciting to know we almost captured our pot of gold. Maybe next year!
I am again home and I sat down to play with the challenge. It was great fun figuring out how to Celtic Knot this challenge. It is a bit late but I can still taste the corn beef and that green milk was should I say inspiring! Thanks to Laura!
I love the diva dance, I find it to be so versatile. Crescent moon is a perfect blending pattern. This was a really fun duotangle challenge! Thanks to Laura!
A different type of pattern for me and I went in crazy paths but it was way fun! Thanks Erin for Charlie and thanks to you Laura for the UMT challenge
Curves make me happy, they give a freedom of movement that I love. Thank you Laura for the wonderful challenge!