Saturday, May 7, 2011

Royal Re-do

It's been way too long since my last post! I've been floating between beading and tangling, and cupcake/muffin making. And, of course, there's my graphic business to care for mixed in with all that. There are some days when I'm having so much fun, I don't know what day it is and how much time has flown by. It's been like that the last couple of weeks. Time to get back in the blog saddle for a bit. Especially for the Diva's Challenge: Royal Wedding.

I was a little saturated by the wedding visuals, so I thought it might be hard to revisit something I thought I had already spent so much time with. But just as soon as I think it will be hard, I realize that's the fun of the challenge. On to the Zentangle portion of the Royal Wedding coverage...

9 comments:

  1. I love the first one because of the movement and perspective (always hard to get that right).

    I love the seond one because of the checkerboard background and the lovely (!) pearls and twining ribbons.

    Great job, Bev

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  2. Oh I have been waiting with anticipation for your entry and it is perfect! I knew I would love it!

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  3. it's about time you were back on the air....i've been lonely without a new post to read!! i love the first one expecially!! i'm getting really excited for CZT next weekend!!!
    lacey

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  4. Carole, you kept us waiting, but it was worth the wait...lovely zentangles! You captured the elements of the architecture and made them your own in a most beautiful way! I love your knack for making your work have a magical feeling to it.

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  5. Love them! Your tangles have such nice flows to them!

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  6. Wow, love these Carol. The 3-D on your Cubine is wonderful. Beautiful as always! I've had such fun playing with Floatfest recently!

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  7. Both tangles are lovely. Good work!

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  8. Your art is always fabulous!! Wonderful tangles!!

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  9. I love your style. Everything undulates.

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