Tangled Ink Art

Tangled Ink Art
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Thursday, March 8, 2012

Challenge #61 UMT/GOLVEN

This week's DIVA challenge is another in the UMT (Use My Tangle) series.  I was happy to see that the tangle chosen was from Mariët.  I have been a big fan of her work for some time and love the tangle Golven (which is the dutch word for waves).

Coincidentally, I just returned from a trip to the ocean.  We went to visit a good friend of mine that retired the same time I did.  Her and her husband built a canal home on Padre Island off the coast of Corpus Christi, Texas. We took a couple of trips to the ocean to walk up and down the beach, looking for shells, and just plain enjoying the sound and sights of the ocean and each others company.   The beauty of the waves breaking, one after the other, inspired my tile for the challenge this week. 

Thank You, Laura & Mariët for another lovely challenge!






11 comments:

  1. Hi Sue,
    I'm so glad to see you did this challenge, The tile is very very beautiful. One of my favorites!

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  2. Love your ocean-inspired tile.
    Barbara

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  3. I can't help but think of beaches when I see your tile....it just has that feel about it and I can almost smell the beach.....of course your photo helps seal the deal!

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  4. This is beautiful, I can see your ocean inspiration in this piece. Being from Michigan and in the throws of winter makes me appreciate your wonderful Ocean photos even more. Thanks for the tangle and the warm ocean breezes...

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  5. You can definitely see the ocean in your tile! Lovely.

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  6. Fabulous tile, Sue! Love that all the tangles you used have a "beach" feel to them!

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  7. what a fun tile - it does evoke the sea and all sorts of underwater critters and bubbles. great job!

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  8. Delightful! Great idea and combination of tangles

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  9. ... and I can see an inspirational mind - lovely!

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