Friday, April 24, 2015

Earth day 2015


Earth day (also known as Amanda day) is the challenge this week.  It's been a strange week this week. I almost feel like Alice falling down the rabbit hole. My husband had triple bypass surgery on Tuesday. I've had my tangling supplies with me but I couldn't focus on doing the challenge until yesterday. Thankfully my husband is recovering.

I used one of my hand colored tiles.  I had several to choose from but I ended up choosing the one that had the biggest flaw. I knew that when I finished the flaw would disappear.

I used my colored Micron pens in the 05 size. Shading was done with colored pencils and highlights with a white chalk pencil.

colored tile with just the string.

12 comments:

  1. That is absolutely gorgeous, Sue. You will be my inspiration this weekend to use a colored tile and some colored pencils. I haven't done that in quite awhile. (I love the little touches of white...elegant,)

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  2. This is so beautiful Sue, I love the colours! The tangle at 7:00 is new to me, what is it called? Sending healing energy to your husband and you. Tangling is a wonderful way to release the worry!
    ~ joey ~

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    1. Thanks Joey, the tangle pattern you are looking for is Jilli. The step out is on my blog. Look under the tab for Tangle pattern gallery.

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  3. Beautiful job on your tile, Sue!! Many prayers and thoughts for a full recovery, for your husband! And blessings your way too! :0) Annette

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  4. I feel good just looking at this !

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  5. Wow, Sue, you've really had a rough couple of weeks. Glad your hubby is mending and your grandaughter too! Please be kind to yourself and get lots of rest and vitamin C. Your Earth/Amanda Day creation is fabulous...I love the tangle toward the bottom to the left of 6 o'clock. Could you tell me what that is? Very cool and one of my favorite colors too!

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  6. This is amazingly, such an inspiration!

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  7. A very lovely and beautiful tile. Hard times for you and your family and I'm pleased for you that your husband is on the way back to 'normal'. Take care!!

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  8. Lovely as always, Sue. Beautiful colors. I hope your husband is recovering quickly and easily from his bypass.

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  9. I wish my flawed tiles looked this flawless. Wishing your husband a speedy recovery. Godspeed to you and your family.

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