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Thursday, March 12, 2015

Weekly Challenge #208


Greeting everyone. I managed to get my, i am the diva challenge tiles done while visiting Hubby in the hospital, and here and there during my sleepless nights.  It is a Duotangle week using Pokeroot and Cubine. Neither one of them turned out quite like I expected them too, but for what it’s worth, here they are, a regular tile, and a little Bijou Zia. I used watercolor for the Bijou tile.



 Here are a few other random tiles that I have worked on during this time too.



 Thank you for stopping by and for all your support and comments.

Have a great week and Tangle On!

14 comments:

  1. On some drawings pokeroot looks like cherries on yours it would rather look like grapes. it pleases me

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  2. I like your take on this duotangle. They are both great. As for the other tiles, they are up to your usual high standards too. Great work!

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  3. I love the stuff you show here, Kate. I also love the difference that you show between a black/white and a colored tile.
    I'm so sorry about your sleepless nights, I hope you get enough rest in one way or another!

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  4. All the tiles are wonderful, but my absolute favorite is the Bijou! Hang in there...

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  5. These are so beautifully drawn! I love the difference between the two challenge tiles. Both are AMAZING!

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    1. Thank you for your comment. Can't wait to try out your verbal directions, as the one time that I did this before it was great!

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  6. Hello Kate, Your tiles are beautiful as always! Cubine has always been a favorite of mine because it can look so dimensional. That smaller tile would make such a beautiful addition to a card...love it! Take care, that sleep deprivation is so hard, I've started listening to music at night that i know the lyrics of...somehow the concentration on humming or singing seems to help me relax and get my mind off of worries. Good luck!

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    1. Thank you for your support! It does mean the world to me! :)

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  7. Mmmm, your poke berries look like grapes in their tight clusters in the first one. I like the switch in perspective in the second - very Escher-ish.

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