Thursday, 21 August 2014

Weekly Challenge #181

For this week's Diva challenge, I used Aquafleur because it has aqua in it, which translates as water in Latin, and Meer, which translate as sea in German.


30 comments:

  1. Very pretty and unusual tile. Thank you for telling us the meaning of Meer in German.

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  2. Nice ZIA with great ribbon effect :)

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  3. OOOh girlfriend, that is beautiful! I Love what you did with this ribbon! Those are something that I need to work on! You did a fab job!! Have a good one! :0) Share Humanity

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  4. Lovely, your work is so delicate, beautiful detail and shading.

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  5. Fantastic! Great your "Meer" ribbon with Aquafleur! Very creative!

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  6. Great tile! Love that combination of Meer and Aquafleur.

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  7. Goodness, this is just beautiful. So different, flowing, and a nice selection of tangles.

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  8. you used two patterns that are water related, and then you made your ribbon so wavy! Very creative interpretation of this challenge.

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    1. Thank you for your feedback! I didn't even think of the waviness of the ribbon, thanks for seeing it.

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  9. A lovely, undulating ribbon and great interpretation of the water challenge.

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  10. Very, very beautiful! Meer is sea in Germand and lake in Dutch! Language: sometimes big fun.

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    1. Thank you Anne! Yes, I love language, that's why I went out and got an honours degree in languages & linguistics.

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  11. Great idea for the Water Challenge. Meer and a wavy ribbon is terrific idea. Lovely.

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  12. Love the ribbon as it wends its way across the tile. Your Meer is very feathery.

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  13. Very nice ribbon. Took me couple seconds to understand where the "aqua" was :)

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    1. Thank you! Did you work out the aqua?

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