Tuesday, March 17, 2015

St. Patty's

I've barely had a chance to do something Green for the Diva's Challenge for St. Patty's Day. I really kind of threw this together; you can tell, I'm sure.
 But I did get it posted while it's still St. Patrick's Day.

I hope to get the rest of this week's challenges posted within a reasonable time. Part of the problem is that I keep adding challenges; I've become quite addicted, can't you tell?

Be sure 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. Quicky or not, I like it. Great green background, and lovely woven pattern.

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    1. Thanks. It certainly fits the criterion for this challenge.

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  2. That looks great. Sometimes simple is the best.

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    1. You're absolutely right; often simple is best.

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  3. Sometimes we tend to over think our work. This type of "get 'er done" tangling can be surprisingly fresh and creative, as this one is!

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    1. You got that right. When it comes to over thinking, I've got it down pat. I'm glad you think this one is fresh and creative.

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  4. Nice! I love the bright green and sparkling white parts.

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  5. Really like how graphic this tile is! Lovely work!

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  7. I do like this tile a lot! The green you used is beautiful and I also love the design.

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    1. I'm glad you like this, Annemarie. I played around with different colored pencils and brushes, and finally used a yellow Tombow Dual Brush and a green Sakura Koi brush. Turns out I could have used the Koi yellow, just didn't realize it.

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  8. Wonderful tile with this woven pattern! Great effect on the bright green background!

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    1. I really like this pattern: B'twined, But it does take some practice to get it all to line up evenly. I still haven't got it perfected; but it'll do for now.

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  9. I like the color that you came up with in the background and that is a great woven pattern.

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    1. Thanks, Donald. I'm glad you like both the color and the pattern.

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  10. Beautiful work can come in a quick flash. I like this tile.

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