Thursday, August 7, 2014

Bijou

On Monday, the Diva, Laura Harms, introduced us to the sweet little Parisian snail, Bijou.
You can find out all about Bijou and his new 2"X2" tiles (also called Twinchies) here.

The challenge that Laura issued was "Be like Bijou". In other words, think small. You don't need to have official Bijou tiles; just work in a small 2X2 format. Of course, working that small, it's hard to stop at one.
Lower left was done for "It's a String Thing"; upper right for "madebyjoey"; the other 3 were done specifically for this challenge. And I'm probably not through yet; this is fun.

As usual, I urge you to visit the Diva's site to see the other wonderful entries; it's amazing how different all the responses are. Maybe you'll be inspired to try out one of the Challenges yourself.

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  1. Love you tile with Purk and Bijou! The rest are great too.

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    1. Thanks, Kate. I like that one, too. I really enjoy doing these little tiles.

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  2. Nice job on these. I like your Purk and your candle.

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    1. Thank you, Donald. I especially like the Purk one, too. And I've done the candle one on a regular 3.5" tile, too. for the String Thing birthday. The candle is more detailed on that one.

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  3. Audrie, I love your choice of tangles for all of your 'Bijou's'!! Beautiful work!! :0) Share Humanity

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  4. these little bijou tiles are fun to draw on! you did a wonderful job :)

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    1. They are fun to draw on, aren't they? Glad you like mine.

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  5. Purk with Bijou in it is a great idea. But ... they are all lovely.

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    1. Thanks so much. I'm really glad that you like them.

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  6. All are beautiful! Especially I like the star!

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  7. These are lovely tiles, I like your use of white space. I always tend to fill mine up and appreciate your sense of design. Especially loved the candle.
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    1. Thanks, Minette. I've become more and more fond of the use of white space. Somehow it seems to make each tangle stand out more,

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