My first doodle in a long time and it’s to celebrate the Diva’s 200th challenge! :o)
Laura asked us to use our favourite tangle and put the number 200 somewhere in the piece. So here’s mine :o)
I used 200 to make a string and then filled it with lots of nzeppel :o)
This week the challenge is in support of National Coming Out Day on October 11th
I used LGBT as the string and then liflr, gingham, beau, ticking and lazyeights :o)
The challenge this week was to draw a string with your eyes closed, which was a bit strange! :o) Here’s my string…
I tried some new patterns – uncorked, maryhill, and kurajong :o)
I enjoyed the freedom of working with an unplanned string :o) How do you draw your strings?
It’s been a long while since I’ve done a Diva Challenge! It was really good to draw in my notebook again and to just relax and let the patterns come :o)
To celebrate her new book, Judy issued a fun challenge to decorate the cover :o)
These are very fun party letters! :o) I love the idea of the book providing templates for letters to decorate :o)
The bright owl has returned! Yay! :o) I loved this template and really enjoyed the challenge :o)
The challenge was happy! So I didn’t try to do any specific patterns, I just let myself be happy and draw :o) Rather pleased with the result! :o)
This week the challenge is to use a tangle called bugle, not one I’d seen before! :o)
I enjoyed trying out a new pattern :o) This is another square of a Doodling Together project :o) Only 2 more squares until this project is complete! :o)
This week the challenge is to use circles for the string :o)
I really enjoyed this square :o) It’s going to be part of the letter C in the current Doodling Together project :o)
I used one of the squares from the current Doodling Together project for both challenges this week :o)
The Diva challenge was to use the rain tangle and Joey wanted us to use the queens crown tangle :o) I really enjoyed playing with both tangles :o)
I’ve finally finished another one of Ben Kwok’s beautiful templates :o) I have a number in progress but seem to struggle completing them. This one kept me distracted whilst waiting for Chris at the hospital today.
I’m really happy with the way this one turned out :o) Hopefully this will encourage me to finish the others!!