Saturday, December 08, 2012

Weekly Challenge #98: "UMT v. XI: Keenees"

The Diva challenge for this week is to try out a tangle pattern called 'Keenees' by my fellow Texan/CZT Donna Hornsby. I haven't confirmed this, but I suspect the name came from what looks like little bikini bottoms drawn on circles. I'm relieved it has finally come to this... those little suckers have been running around starkers for far too long.

The cool thing about being an avid tangler is that you start looking at everyday things in a new way. Everything becomes a potential target. And nothing is safe.

A word of advice... don't wait 'til leaves are crunchy to tangle them. Dials back the fun factor a little bit.

I'm off to attempt this week's Zendala Dare. I haven't done one of Erin's challenges before, but this one looks too good to pass up. *whips out scissors* See you there!


P.S. I have a new tanglebucket Facebook page! If you're on Facebook, feel free to jump in. I will occasionally issue tangle jar challenges to inspire you branch out and try new and less familiar tangle patterns. Not necessarily a show-and-tell kind of thing (although you are welcome to post your art on my page if you like) as a source of inspiration (I hope) for people who feel like tangling but need a little kickstarter to get going on it.


  1. Amazingly wonderful....oh I love leafs and my daughter would go crazy for these!

  2. haven't tried leaves yet - yours looks great and i like the color richness between the leaf itself and the ink. pretty spiffy, sandy!


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