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Monday, April 11, 2016

Diva Challenge 263

Laura, The Diva, gave us quite a challenge this week.  We had to do a circular grid:

I had a renaissance tile that I had colored with Hibiscus tea.  So I basically stayed with Black Micron pen in 01 and 08, and white charcoal.

22 comments:

  1. I love it! Your tile looks like a jewel. Very beautiful.

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  2. Impressive! Your tile has a definite other-wordly quality. It is a mysterious artefact belonging to some ancient culture. 😊

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  3. That turned out so lovely. I like your solution for the "weird cells" on the edges.

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  4. Beautiful, love the color in it!

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  5. a beautiful tile with splendid colours and nice patterns!!!

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  6. Beautiful. And the tea stain is brilliant.

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  7. Oh lovely, the colours underneath makes it look as though you can see the land masses on the globe.

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  8. Oooh, this is yummy and gorgeous - love the colours. Axxx

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  9. Love the colours, really pretty. I like the use of suitable patterns in the odd shaped side pieces, very clever.

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  10. Really love the colors in this.

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  11. Georgeous! I love the colour and the tangles you have used.

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  12. Gorgeous I love the purple colours coming through 😊 nice choice of tangles too😊

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  13. Very lovely! I love how my eye keeps moving around, the combinations and the colors, so interesting and so pretty.

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  14. That Hibiscus tea really did it!!! Great choice of tangles too.

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  15. absolutly wonderful. i love the coloring, hibiscus tea? great idea!

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  16. Oh, the tea stain is just gorgeous! Yes, this does have an antique feeling to it. I envision it nestled against lace gloves and silver spoons. Beautiful! Someone on Facebook had recently posted tiles stained with wine, and they held a Wine and Zentangle party. Another commenter said they didn't drink wine so that would not work for them, so I suggested using various tea stains and making it a Tea Tangle party. YOU, dear girl, are way ahead of me! Lovely!

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