We start this post with day #32.
Creating a piece of art every day for 100 days.
I had a heck of a headache on day 32 and
when I have a headache drawing lines seems to help.
Lots of lines, one after the other,
no thought process.
This is a version of Line Dance.
Day 33 was a little better with the headache,
so I pulled out the pattern flip-flap from Staub Korn.
This one reminds me of a bunch of seagulls.
All screaming mine! mine! mine!
Day 34 was such a fun one because of the string.
The “string” is the line you put down in pencil as
a kind of guideline. Then you place different tangles
into those separate sections.
This one features ditto from CZT Sue Jacobs
and my own pattern dropz.
It may be hard to see but maybe not.
This tile bears my initials. A.H.
Yes, they are both there.
Tangles are: my patterns
and Class-EE from Sandra Strait.
That was day 35.
Day 36 used tangles popsicles from the wonderful Michele Beauchamp!
(I love all her patterns!)
And nipa – one of the official patterns from
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I thought it would be fun to complete the
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These pages are 3.5″ x 5.5″ –
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In fact several people in my Facebook group
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It takes pen, pencil, light color washes –
shhhh! actually I have done some
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Want to get involved in
The 100 Day Project?
You can read about it here.
And you can join us here.
Don’t worry about starting late,
just jump in now and start creating.
Developing that artful lifestyle choice.