I started the tipple corner at work, thinking it would be a traveling tile, but when I sat down to this challenge, it was the one I grabbed...tipple ended up playing a pretty big role.
|the aura was fun, too|
She likes to "bigify" things, and every SINGLE thing she creates is striking and unique. Well, I bigified the Flec to start:
|A creek with little cairns along the banks|
I ended up liking this one a lot. Oh! that's Lori's "Bublz" pattern in the corners. Even though Edgar doesn't turn me on, I managed to include it.
Also keeping me busy this week have been some Traveling Tangles.
|I stayed inside Stephanie's border|
Stephanie Jennifer, from Singapore...SINGAPORE!... sent me this sweet start with Dicso and Bales. I finished it off with Footlites, a little bit of shading, some color int he centers of the Dicso flowers. Such fun! Singapore. wow.
Another Stephanie, Stephanie Drewa from Wisconsin, sent this bright colorful tile, and her Blorbs start
|Stephanie's Lovely Bold Card|
Stephanie and I are going to swap back and forth:
an Opus size tile. I'll start, she'll add to it, and send it back
then I'll do some more! until we are done.
Won't that be fun!
The fun mail from Stephanie was all packed inside a blank card with the cute Citrus, cruffle, and Barberpole in the bottom left corner. I had so much fun finishing this, and can hardly wait for an occasion to give to someone. :) that motif in to the right is called Proza, which I learned around the same time as Waybop.
So, I found the most adorable bird picture...a Splendid Fairy Wren...and isn't he JUST splendid! Then looking at him, I realized...I can do this...so I did:
|I maked something|
Wouldn't it be truly splendid to get that brilliant shade of blue on his cheeks? But...it's still adorable.
And, one last picture. It's an ATC tile, cut from a sheet of watercolor paper that I colored using the tissue paper transfer method...when I had this one in my hand, I just knew it needed Fronds, so that is where I started:
Suzanne Fluhr's Aloha just hollered out to be included, and then Fescu here and there.
Oh, these colored tiles!