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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Weekly challenge #162


Greetings! I am back from a week of sun, rest, and relaxation. My spring break was last week, so I gave myself the week off from posting or doing anything on electronic devices. I had a great time, on a beach with the sand between my toes, and after the weather here this year it was much needed. I even missed the last, (I hope) snowstorm of the year, that dropped 9 inches of the white stuff while we were gone.
The challenge this week from i am the diva is to use your initials as a string. Here is my string, and finished tile.



 Many thanks for the lovely comments!

Have a great week and tangle on!

17 comments:

  1. Oh, wow! Stunning! Beautiful colors and great combinations of patterns! Fantastic! :)

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  2. Stunning indeed! I love the tangles and also the colors.

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  3. A wonderful, warm collection and combination of colour and tangle. Great tile, Kate! Axxx

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  4. Goodness, that is just a wonderful tile. The colors are stunning and the patterns perfect!

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  5. Love it! The brown really makes it pop!

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  6. This is very beautiful! You really managed to create great light in your tile. Love it soooo !

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  7. Everything on this just really stands out. Great highlighting on the Renaissance tiles.

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  8. Just stunning tile! Great colours and wonderful depth!

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  9. Wow! The white highlights, colours and 3D effects is awesome! Inspiring work!

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  10. Wonderful, you get a WOW from me!

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  11. Love it, the double crescent moon is inspiring as well.

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  12. Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment on my blog. Love your tile, the colour is just gorgeous!

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  13. Hooray for black, white & red! My favorite combo. Very nice!

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  14. Just love these brown color w/black and white.

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  15. Wow, love the shading. These really do pop out at you. Lovely.

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