Thursday, September 25, 2014

More Leaves Falling

This morning I decided to finish tackling this week's Diva Challenge, to tangle "leaves." I was going to get very elaborate and collect leaves from about the yard--I have pine, olive, orange, lemon, grapefruit, mulberry, palm, palo verde, mesquite (and I know I've missed a few trees) plus the saguaro, prickly pear and agave--but I thought I'd better leave that for another day (get it? Leave? HA!) I haven't even considered the flowers and shrubs...SIGH.
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I did a little twinchie thing yesterday and posted that on my Flickr page. Very simple and the holly leaves are a recurrent pattern in my drawings from, well, a while ago. There was a holly that grew up to my bedroom window of my childhood home, always colorful with the bright red berries and my father-in-law had one that was going to take over his porch and always poked whoever walked by. And it's not too early to think about the Holly-daze if Costco has had ribbons and bows in their warehouses for a month already!

But, I digress.

This is my Leaves v2:

If it bears any resemblance to the It's a String Thing Challenge #59, it's not coincidental, as I used the same patterns. But, I didn't cheat as I made a separate response as a zendala (see yesterdays post or here).
So, hopefully, the Leaves have fallen where they may and I can get back to summer around here. Have a brilliant, bright and sunny day!

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    1. Thank you, Anne! I wanted to make sure that I had acorns and that's just where they ended up. Thanks for the taking the time to look at my work. Have a brilliant day! c

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  2. Lovely tile witn a fine contrast!

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    1. Thank you, LonettA! I was looking for a way to incorporate some graphic patterns, something for my left brain to work on. So, I must've been successful! Thanks for looking, have a brilliant day! c

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  3. love it. It looks like a throw pillow that the queen would have on her royal bed!

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  4. Thank you, Heidi Sue! What a great interpretation: the high Order of the Acorn! Or something like that. I'd love to turn some of these things into fabric and thus, pillows! Fabulous idea! Have a brilliant day! c

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