Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Diva's challenge #283

Another nice challenge by Laura! We're doing a Use My Tangle (UMT) with Centre Square. A new one to me and I like it :-)
CC and Sand Swirl completed my tile. 

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19 comments:

  1. Love the crisp design and the lighting. Simply gorgeous.

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  2. Heel mooi zijn de verschillende dikte's van de pennen die je hier gebruikt hebt. Daardoor komt het kontrast tussen de verschillende tangles beter uit en tegelijkertijd vormt het een echt geheel.
    Ik vind je variatie op Centre Square heel origineel gevonden.

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  3. Fantastic! I love the contrast of patterns.

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  4. I really like your tile and how you used the organic patterns with with geometric pattern of Centre Square. Very nice work Ilse.

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  5. This is great, nice contrast with your tones of black, white and grey, but also between the geometric centre square and the other tangles. I also love how you've left some blank.

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  6. Your Center Square has such precise and bold lines and plays off of the other tangles perfectly!

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  7. I like the waves and the simplicity of your tile.

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  8. Prachtige combinatie met de andere tangles. de open gelaten blokjes maken het extra spannend. Echt wow!

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  9. Very nice tile :-) I like the combination with CC and Sand Swirl!

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  10. Great job on the Centre Square. I think you succeeded at the hardest thing sometimes... knowing what to leave blank so that the rest stands out in contrast.

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  11. Beautiful. I like your rendition of centre square.

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  12. Your tiles are lovely and your spacing is just so neat with such beautiful curvy lines!

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  13. Your tiles are lovely and your spacing is just so neat with such beautiful curvy lines!

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  14. I love the strong contrasts in this tile and how you varied Centre Square!

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