Monthly Archives: May 2014

Diva #169: Wheels in the Sky and a Few String Things…

Whew…for school being out, this has been a busy week! First, I’ll give you what you came here for: The Diva. This week, Laura said to use circles for the string. Still being a bit…stringaphobic…I opted to do a bit … Continue reading

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It’s Gotta Be the Shoes…

So today I finished what I at first thought to be a daunting task. I did my first tangles in 3D.And not just any 3D. I did SHOES. (Go big or go home I guess.) So a little background first. … Continue reading

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Diva #168 – Making it Rain

FINALS ARE OVER! DONE! YAY!!!!!!! And on a brighter note than that, while they did close the campus and cancel graduation (which was rescheduled to this weekend,) everything is back open and semi to normal this week. Camp Pendleton saw … Continue reading

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Sunday Tangles

My head is about to explode. I have been studying all weekend for ONE…not all 5…just ONE of my finals, and I had to take a break. I have been thinking a lot about Fengle since I first saw it. … Continue reading

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Diva Challenge #166 – UMT Diva Style

Ok…so in reading the comments from last weeks Diva Challenge posting, I almost fainted. A tangler and artist I greatly admire, Helen Williams, liked my work! I highly recommend her ebooks for inspiration and tangles. So this week…UMT…Use My Tangle. … Continue reading

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Tickled to Tangle: String Thing #38

Ok…we’ve already been through this week that I am not fond of grids, and I am even less fond of angular strings…or strings in general. I think I have string-o-phobia. Yes…fear of strings. For some reason, I am having a … Continue reading

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Diva Challenge #165 – UMT "Camalia"

Psst….lean in…I have a secret… Closer…yes…that’s it… (I am not a huge fan of griddy things…) Ok…my secret is out. And the original Camelia is very, very griddy. (Anne Marks makes it so pretty though, see it here.) So, in … Continue reading

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