Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Weekly Challenge #83: DuoTangle v. V: Assunta/Mooka

I didn't think I was going to participate in this week's Diva Challenge since I have a lot of other things on my plate. But after seeing that it was a DuoTangle (using two tangles only-Assunta and Mooka) an idea kept niggling at me until I finally took 10 minutes and threw it down on paper last night. It's not fancy. It's not elaborate. It's probably 'cheating' on a lot of different levels but I just had to get it out of my head, so I thought I'd post it anyway. Heck, I posted a picture of my grubby barn-self holding a turkey a couple of posts ago. Can't get any worse than that can it?
Thanks for a 'niggle-y challenge, Diva!

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

I realy like what you did. And it's so nice that you can get it out of your head after drawing.

Annemarie Huijts

ledenzer said...

Fun and free! I love it! So glad you didn't let the idea go, and that you shared it with us!

Jessica Sporn said...

so fun and fanciful. I saw butterflies too! And I love how you used Assunta for the flowers. I will have to go back and find the picture with the turkey!

Blue-bird (a.k.a. Ilse) said...

Oh my, such lovely butterfly :)

Susan said...

What fun! I love this. Very clever take on the challenge.

Helen said...

so cute. love this idea!

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

I love this....your mooka-flies are really cool; and your flower assuntas are pretty awesome also.

Lorraine said...

I love your pretty Mooka butterflies a lot!

Thank you also for putting a link to my blog in your sidebar, I feel very flattered.

Anonymous said...

A fun, whimsical tile. Love it!!

Daniele OBrien Design, CZT said...

Very fun, sweet, and colorful!

Jennifer C. said...

I love the butterflies. I think you did great.

Anonymous said...

your tangle is very refreshing. thank you!

Maria Copetas said...

LOVE the butterflies. so creative and airy. Just excellently done.

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