If you have been here before, you may recognize my discontent with patterns featuring triangles.
But, I will NOT be defeated!
And as my procrastinator self loves a good distraction; I dove right in!
|Nymphie Twinchies and Zinchies, oh my!|
on Waffle box paperboard
Then I pulled out a box of Staedtler Karat Aquarelle, which up to now I had not opened.
Little did I know what I've been missing!
Mixed-Media Fridge Magnets
Aquarelle, Sharpie, Perle Cotton and Sequins
Whew! I even made a French knot with some antique Perle cotton from my Nanna's stash. I could hardly contain myself. That's when I started singing the disco song from "Flashdance," which started out more from the Nymph side of things than the mania.
Think about it. Uh huh.
But I digress. This is a (mostly) family-oriented venue, after all.
Where were we? Oh, yeah....
I wanted to see what these Nymphs could do in a more traditional setting, so this came about:
Which do you prefer?
Along the way I saw samples of this week's Diva Challenge focusing on simplicity, or at least giving tangles some space to breathe. I enjoy Laura's challenges, but I had not done one in a bit.
So you get this:
Totally unadorned, I want you to have this to do with it as you like. If you do decide to use this, please do me two favors: 1) credit me for drawing this simple pattern in the first place and 2) show me what you did with it by link or attachment to:
I'd love to see what, if anything, happens with it!
Thanks for stopping by! Have a brilliant day!