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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Weekly Challenge # 165


Hi everyone!  I didn’t have time to post last week, as I was getting ready for Tangle U. I had an awesome time seeing old friends and making new ones. All the CZT’s were so great and I had a blast. I am still unpacking goodies and trying to organize everything in my head and notes, as it was truly a whirlwind. I will be sharing more of what I learned here and there. For now here is my tile for this weeks, i am the diva challenge, using Camelia, a tangle by Anne Marks. I tried taking this one out of the grid to see what I could do with it.


This is a technique that Marie Browning taught us using Tombow Colored pencils on impressed black tiles. I also used some Caran d’Ache, and a white Prismacolor pencil that I had in my stash too, to blend out the color a bit more. 
Here is the tile using the same technique that I completed at Tangle U.


Your comments from the weeks challenges make my day! Thank you.
 Hope everyone is having a good week, and Happy Hump Day! 

9 comments:

  1. Kate, did we meet each other? I can only remember Kate Lamontage. Help me please, I so want to preserve what I think I know. Love , love your tiles!

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  2. Like your Camelia. I think more people did it outside a grid than inside. I think it works well both ways. I am hoping to pick my sister's brain about that method. I saw some other postings and I am intrigued and what to learn more. Have fun trying out all the new things you learned.

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  3. Both tiles are great, I love the colors you used.

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  4. The colours are gorgeous, Kate and your Camelia is very lovely. Glad you had a good time. Axxx

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  5. What colours. I like them very much and your camelia too.

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous! Wonderful colours on the black tiles!!

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  7. I REALLY REALLY like the colors! I can't wait to get to go to Tangle U!

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  8. camelia looks lovely as a spiral. Beautiful colouring :)

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