Monday, June 29, 2015

THE TASTE OF 'TIPPLE'


Weekly Challenge #224
"Monotangle: 'Tipple' "

   It was so nice to see that this week's challenge was to use the tangle, 'Tipple'. This tangle just fits anywhere and everywhere. 
   Sunday, I received a recipe from my sister for Chia pudding. It is very much like Tapioca pudding. It is quite yummy! Anyways, when I made it, I looked at it and thought, this looks just like 'Tipple'. Then today I was driving my kiddos to the library and it started sprinkling on my windshield. (Not to get excited about that sprinkle here in CA,....... that's all it was. Just a two minute sprinkle!) Well, as those few sprinkles hit my windshield, they kind of separated into little balls of water. I just had to share this excitement with my kids and say, "Look, there's 'Tipple', again!" So twice I had inspiration coming at me for this week's challenge.
  


   I added some fruit to give it that touch of color. Prismacolor pencils were used for the fruit.


   I can't wait to share with you, all of my endeavors while at my CZT seminar. IT WAS SUCH AN AMAZING ADVENTURE!!! 
   Have an amazing week ya' all!!! 
Thank you, to all of you, for the lovely comments that you share with me!
  Oh, I just wanted to share with you this delicious recipe for Chia Pudding. It also includes the nutritional benefits. Enjoy the taste of 'Tipple'. :0)

I hope you can read it. Click on image to enlarge.



Now, 
go put some
Zen
into this 
TaNGled
world
!
:0)


18 comments:

hesedetang said...

Chia seed pudding! Wow, I'm gonna try this one :) Thank you for sharing your inspiration for the Diva tile..

Your tile is beautiful, BTW. I love that you added in the fruits, and in colour too! So delightful, and makes me think - teatime! Haha..

Have a great week!
Cheers.

Bhamathi Pai said...

Your tile looks soo.. yummmyyy!! Loved it..

hungrycorgistudio said...

How beautiful the fruit looks arranged with Tipple around it. Very sweet! Sarah

Suzanne Fluhr said...

Thanks for sharing all your Tipple inspirations. It really does appear a lot in nature and it's a great background tangle that finds it's way into many of my tiles. Your fruit drawings look good enough to eat!

The Yorkshire Tortoise said...

Great tile, I love the colours. What a lot of inspiration you had, but then as you say Tipple finds its way into everything. To think I wondered why I was learning to draw a tiny circle!

Ulrike B. said...

this is beatiful, great idea, i love it

Jean Chaney said...

Tipple is such a wonderful tangle that seems to appear often in nature. I love the pretty fruit you added. Congratulations to the new CZT!

Antonine Koval said...

I love how you were inspired and then translated the inspiration so beautifully!

Betsy Wilson said...

Very nice!

Yukari Bromfield said...

Your diva tile looks delicious! And I love chia! The pudding recipe reminds me of my breakfast blend!

LonettA said...

What a lovely idea! Your tile is beautiful!

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Anne's tangle blog said...

I love this fruit Tipple of yours. Di I understand correct that you are going to be a CZT? If so, have a great time and enjoy every second. Only wish I could do so too without having to fly :-(

Chrissie Frampton said...

This is beautiful Annette, Blackberry's, where have I seen that recently? lol. Lovely to meet you last week at CZT20, wasn't it a wonderful experience. I'm tangling all the time, can't seem to stop but haven't got around to the challenge this week yet. :D

Ilse said...

Lovely idea, resulting in a beuatiful til!

HeidiSue said...

Those blueberries are perfect! They have that sort of hazy white film over them. And it feels like I could pick up the raspberry and put it in my mouth! yummy!

Donald Wilka said...

Nice use of Tipple. Glad you were able to go to a CZT seminar. Will be interesting to hear about your adventures. Welcome to the ranks. Have not posted any yet but did try working on stones with the stylus and ink. Interesting. Had to learn to be patient so I would not smudge. I used some Deco Color paint also.

Donald Wilka said...

FYI, I did post the rocks that I completed. Can take a look if you wish.