This week the DIVA challenged us to use the tangle Rain in a variation or tangleation. I wasn't feeling too creative yesterday when I did my tile, and just changed the pointed triangles of Rain into Crescent Moon shapes. I added Onamato, Cubine, and Munchin. I hope all of you are enjoying your week! I am going for a walk after I post this and then having lunch with old friends that I haven't seen in ages. Life is good!
I love the duo tangle challenges from the DIVA! They are usually tangles that I would never put together, or that I don't use often. In this weeks challenge, I use Punzel quite a bit and love it, but I haven't used Well often. So with no planning I drew Punzel in a loose spiral and used that as my string for Well, starting in the middle of the spiral and working my way out. I added some black pearls for a little flourish. I am happy with how it turned out, and I think it looks kind of like a flower. Happy spring time!
The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way
to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns.
Almost anyone can use it to create beautiful images. It
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I am behind on the DIVA challenges, so I am combining the last two UMT's Camelia and UMT Diva Style (name to be determined). I had started Camelia last week and never got back to it, with a house full of company for my daughters wedding, so I just added this week's challenge and a few other tangles. Thanks for the new UMT's tangles!