Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Diva-dance

We are doing the diva-dance to celebrate 100...yes, 100 challenges by The Diva! Rick and Maria from Zentangle have joined the party by creating a new energetic tangle called diva-dance.
With a waltz, foxtrot or rock 'n roll you can go down the line, make a turn or spin around. Diva-dance will be a new favourite for sure.
Congratulations and thank you Laura on 100 challenges and inspiring us to create. Thank you Rick and Maria...I love to dance!!!




 
 


26 comments:

  1. The versatility and beauty of diva-dance is highlighted to perfection!

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  2. I can tell you love to dance! These are beautiful.

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  3. You have natural rhythm. Beautiful. Me, I have 2 left feet.

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  4. Wow, your tiles are fantastic, they look alive. I love your introduction too.

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  5. Love the frame. Also like your versatility/flexibility in using this new tangle. You must have a full dance card!

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  6. I can hear the dance music when I look at your beautiful tiles,
    So much movement in them.

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  7. Wow three beautiful tiles with so much music an movement in it. They are so different, and in the same way look-a-likes great how you manage that. And as always the little accent of color is warm and hugging. Beautiful

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  8. Your tiles are beautiful! So full of life!! And dance!!

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  9. Your tiles are beautiful! So full of life!! And dance!!

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  10. I just love when you add a bit of red on blk/wh!!! Super, I need to try this!

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  11. Not content with one beautiful tile, we get three to look at. They are all fantastic.

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  12. I love them all, so much movement in each one. Have a Merry Christmas, Shelly and hope to see you dancing into the New Year! Hugs, Sue

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  13. You "framed" this challenge very well ,as always

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  14. Wow, keep on dancing! Your tiles are brilliant.

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  15. beautiful renditions, shelly :)

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  16. I like all three, but the second one is really spectacular!

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  17. I can only echo the others and say that your tiles are ALIVE, flowing and moving with joy. There's a great sense of happiness, I love them.

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  18. Your tangled frame gives me inspiration for a real frame...now, where to find the materials. ;-)

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  19. I like them all, happy new year

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  20. #1 sets the boundaries, #2 breaks the barriers, and #3 is a rock and roll party. How fun.

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  21. beautiful,michelle, i like the frame the most - really different - and cool idea!

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  22. Three great tiles!!! The second one is my favorite -- looks like those balls are tumbling down the tile. Great job!

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  23. Love the way you use color so subtle and yet just shines through so powerful. You are such an inspiration!

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