Thursday, July 13, 2017

Guest Diva Challenge #324 - all purked up!

I'm so pleased that I managed to get my It's A String Thing Challenge #202 submission in in time and I'm strangely and surprisingly proud to have my tile featured in the post (although I think all submissions get featured but that's besides the point!πŸ˜‚). Thank you!

This week, I decided to practice my Purk (or what I lovingly refer to as alien eggs πŸ˜€). So with another rainbow tile 🌈 (I love me my rainbow tiles 🌈 - you can check out the beginnings of the home made rainbow tile 🌈 adventure here)... 


I love πŸ’–my rainbow tiles🌈!

I did me some alien eggs πŸ‘½...


I usually fill in my tiles quite densely but for some reason I decided to leave these "open" - I think I was too busy enjoying the colour splash🎨! It's really a different experience tangling on rainbow tiles and I strongly recommend that everyone shoulder try it at least onceπŸ‘! It's quite easy to make them tiles 😍!

I still think I need a lot of work on my Purk, which leads me to this week's Diva Challenge that has me all purked up (pun intended)!

I started small with a Bijou sized pink tile with black and pink microns. I accidentally drew the heart off centre πŸ˜• and "corrected" it with tipple. 


Then I decided to go big! With multicoloured microns!


Am all purked out! 😳

12 comments:

  1. I love your rainbow tiles and the hearts are lovely :-))

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  2. Very purky! I love the way you have such different looks with the pne pattern.

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    1. Thank you! That's the beauty and wonder of zentangle :)

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  3. Those are some purkalicious hearts! :-) Love the boldness of the pattern and color. Great tiles! Thanks for participating with the #tangledheart this week.

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    1. Thank you! I had a lot of fun with the challenge!

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  4. If I had beautiful rainbow tiles, I wouldn't want to cover them all up either! I also think the "mistake" you alluded to for the off center heart turned out to be fortuitous, adding interest to the composition.

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    1. Yes i do love me my rainbow tiles :) when life gives you lemons made lemonade! Thank you!

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  5. At times we get stuck on a tangle and after we draw the 1st tile a new idea jumps to mind and we go on and on and on into new tiles. I call this the Zen-effect. Well done on all tiles.

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    1. Wow i learnt something new! Cool! Thank you!

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