Monday, 27 July 2015

Diva's Challenge #228

This week Cari Sultanik is the guest blogger at I am the Diva's Challenge. Cari asks us to go organic ;-)
I decided to keep my tile simple and quiet. I even wonder if this can be called a 'zentangle', but it was a lovely thing to do. Thanks, Cari!


20 comments:

  1. I like this. I like your simplicity. I will keep this in mind when I try to make my tile.

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  2. It is so beautifully balanced! Just lovely!

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  3. So pretty tile with Henna Drum and Cat-Kin! Very nicely done!

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  4. I must find the step out for Henna Drum! You've drawn it and Catkin so delicately. Nice work.
    Sarah

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  5. Beautiful and elegant tile! :)

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  6. Lovely I love your henna drum :)

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  7. So pretty. Who cares what you call it. Beautifully flowing!

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  8. I love this! I'm so inspired right now because I love the simplicity;-)

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  9. Ilse, this is lovely!! Oh course it is Zentangle (or ZIA) - you used all tangles :) Very lovely!!

    ~ Diane Clancy
    http://www.dianeclancy.com/blog/2015/07/my-diva-cari-sultanik-organic-challenge

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  10. What a beautiful tile :-) You used three of my favourite patterns and they are perfect for the organic theme. Love it!

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  11. simple and sweet! I love your Henna Drum.

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  12. this is beautiful, very nice patterns, i love your cat kin :)

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  13. So simple and pretty! :) Definitely organically inspired :)

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  14. Simiplicity and so evocative. As if I am lying in a grassy meadow on a mild, summer day, getting a close up look at nature.

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  15. Helemaal geslaagde uitdaging alweer hè ;-

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  16. I see no reason why it couldn't be a Zentangle if that's what you say it is. ;-) It's lovely. I have been very inspired by the beautiful flowers around this summer. I don't know if it's because we had a miserable winter, but they seem more exuberant than usual.

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