Wednesday, July 30, 2014


Weekly Challenge, #178
'Duotangle by the Letter'

   The Diva, Laura, is back from a little get away with her family. She was attending a conference for Moebius Syndrome, and had some encouraging consults with some of the specialists there. That kind of excitement has got to make Laura and her family so hopeful for Artoo's future. Let's just keep hope that there will be continued good news for all who suffer from Moebius Syndrome, especially cootie-pie, Artoo!! 
   So this week's challenge was to use tangles that started with our initials. So mine were to be an 'A' and a 'C'. There are so many awesome tangles starting with those letters, it was hard to choose. But this is what I came up with.
I had this extra paper I had prepared for the B.Y.O.B Challenge. I had used watercolor pencils and then dripped plain water on it.

Tangles used: Arc Flower and Camelia (click images to enlarge)
   I felt so inspired to do a Zia with this week's challenge. As I turned a year older yesterday, I just felt that I had to reflect on how blessed I am. Thank you, God, for all the Blessings I have in my life.

   My kids just started back to school today, so life has been very busy, and I apologize for not returning thank you's to all that left messages on my blog last week. So a big SHOUT OUT to a all of you. THANK YOU EVER SO MUCH FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT!!!!  :0)   (((hugs)))

Weekly Challenge
Fall is my favorite season, so I kinda used that as inspiration too!!

   This week's challenge was an easy one for me because it totally describes my niece 'Katie'. Katie's favorite color is 'orange'!(She is the niece with brain cancer.) Last week she received AWESOME news that her cancer is getting smaller. So her radiation and her chemo are working!!!!!! Yeah!!!!!! So THANK GOD, and 'THANK YOU' to all who have kept her in their prayers!!!! Please continue them! They are working!!!! Here's to you Katie!!!!
   The Gerber Daisy is a small, sun, punch tool that I cut and layered. The leaves are also a punch tool that I embossed. The pumpkin is quilled.
Here's to a whole other year!!!
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