Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Diva Style

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #166: UMT Diva style

"Use My Tangle" this week is a snazzy tangle by The Diva. At this stage it doesn't have a name, I am sure by the end of the week a creative name will be chosen. Circles and lines make it a great base for other tangles to sprout and flourish.



26 comments:

  1. Beautiful tile! The new tangle looks so soft here. I really does make a nice base.

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  2. Wow, you made it look like puff. Love how curvy you made it at a zendala piece of paper. Great!

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  3. Loved how you gave it a floral style! At the author this tangle looks more "mechanical" :)

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  4. I like the flowershape you created with the curved lines. Great!

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  5. Great Art Shelly... love your pieces and the freedom you share on this piece of paper... Great Work... Love, Light and Peace...Bonnie

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  6. Your tile is so lovely - a real Shelly Beach style tile.

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  7. sehr, sehr schön!
    Schönen Abend,*Manja*

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  8. This is incredibly beautiful! Love all of your work all of the time. :)

    Happy tangling,

    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

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  9. Gorgeous! I love how you made this very machine like pattern look so organic and flowery. Beautiful art!

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  10. Beautiful, balanced zendala :)

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  11. I always find your art so inspiring! Love how you puffed up the as yet unnamed pattern.

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  12. Stunning!!!! It's firm and elegant, it's ..... GORGEOUS!

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  13. Shelly, your tangle drawing for this week is so beautiful. It really just takes my breath away as I ooo and awwww over it in my mind...so elegant !!! You are such a talented artist in all the work I see from you. I agree with Anne..... just gorgeous.

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  14. Such a great organic tile. Did not think about putting this on a zendala tile. Looks great.

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  15. beautyful how you turned this cold mecanical look unto a wonderful organic shap. very nice

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  16. Just one word...S T U N N I N G !!!

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  17. I love how you puffified the connecting lines. Quite a different look. Beautiful round tile!

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  18. This is beautiful, Love what you did here! Completely different than my vision.

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  19. Very pretty tile. And how cool, Margaret invented a new word "puffified"!

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