Tuesday, July 28, 2015

2 Challenges Accomplished and Entered


Every Inchie Monday    Yellow


i am the diva czt    Challenge #228-all things natural & organic

It's a Sunny Monday here in my neck of the woods. I accomplished the art for these two challenges at the links above. After this post is done I will go over and enter then it will be off to the grocery store and a few errands.
My Inchie was created with Stampin' Up So Saffron card stock, an Inkadinkadoo inchie stamp from the Beach set, Versamark Ink, and Stampin' Up clear embossing powder. Yellow sun, yellow sand just calls for some flip flops and a day at the beach(if you live near one) or a day at the pool.
Laura at i am the diva czt is still on a much needed vaca, so another of her talented guest bloggers, Cari Sultanik CZT is hosting the challenge this week.
 I completed is a Zentangle tile supposedly depicting all things natural and organic. For some reason I was determined to use a hot pink Micron Pen 01 and a green Micron Pen 01 which looks turquoise in the photo, and a soft pink Prismacolor Pencil for the shading.  I believe in the world of Mixed Media this would be called a hot mess. I had to look at this one and say in a loud inner voice "there are no mistakes in Zentangle". 
I keep thinking if I keep creating  I'll get my creative mojo back. 
Must keep steppin' and looking forward.
So be it, I'm off to enter these two challenges. 

Happy Creating--
BeverlyG

7 comments:

Joanne Faherty said...

I love the colours. I got a green micron I'm hoping it comes out that colour too

Yukari Bromfield said...

Colors make this so whimsical!

LonettA said...

Both are lovely!

freebird7100 said...

love both, I am glad that you made an inchie, cant wait to see more from you.

Anne's tangle blog said...

This tile is so very elegant!

Jean Chaney said...

Not only are there "no mistakes" in Zentangle, the purpose is in the actual doing, not in the resulting piece of "art". That being said, your tile does not look like a "hot mess", but it rather pretty and flowing. And, I love your bright yellow inchie too!

Ulrike B. said...

beutiful colors