Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Twenty Fourteen

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #149: "Twenty-Fourteen"

The Diva is back with us for 2014 thinking up super ideas and sending creative challenges.
To start, our theme is 2014 or the new year.
Our grandson Samuel's favourite colour is yellow, a bright, cheery and happy way to tangle our first challenge for a year of unexpected pleasures and grand surprises.


 

Love the new tan tiles!

12 comments:

  1. I just have to tell you Michele, that you do really nice work. Always interesting and creative and detailed. I love it!

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  2. Great tiles. I can see you enjoy the tan tiles. They are gorgeous to work on. And your tangle Macrame, I see them a lot in your work, and I have to compliment you with that tangle, it is so great and fun to do, and it flows so nice over the tiles. I am glad you shared this one with us all.

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  3. Michelle, your work is unvaryingly artistic and delightful. Many thanks for sharing it with the rest of us. Happy New Year!

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  4. Both tiles are gorgeous and very artistic!
    Happy new year for you and your family!

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  5. I love macramé and how you've used it here. Love the second tile as well. What pen did you use for the dark brown? Is that sepia? Beautiful work as always!

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    1. Yes Katy, it's called 'brown' on the Zentangle site but I call it sepia brown.

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  6. I like both of them a lot. The yellow really pops out. The second has so much to take in, can keep going back and looking at it.

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  7. Wonderful work, love your yellow 2014 and your fabulous Renaissance version. Beautiful work!

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  8. Both are great, but the first one really 'stole my heart'!!!

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  9. I love them both Shelly! But those tan tiles do lend to some awesome art!!!

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  10. Love your version of that new (macrame knot) tangle - the proper tangle name escapes me at the moment...... Great start to a creative new year!!

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