Monday, 24 November 2014

X-axis and Wreath

You come up with some good ones, Trillian! On EIM, it's X-axis. This one wasn't difficult at all. I do graphs for a living, so here is one of my MS Excel report graphs, showing all's good and moving up.

The twinchie word is Wreath. Here is my wreath:

Sunday, 23 November 2014

Tree Moo

This time, it's Trees on Moo Mania. I have a tiny topiary alley on a marble Moo.

Monday, 17 November 2014

Weapon and Magic

EIM keyword this week is Weapon. Here is a good one against disease and pregnancy (if the latter happens to be undesirable).

For the twinchie it's Magic. The answer is obvious, isn't it. And, yes, I've tried them.....   once.....

Thursday, 13 November 2014


Having a go at Joey's weekly tangle challenge, which, this week, is a Knightsbridge monotangle. This is not a new drawing. I know, not exactly just Knightsbridge, so I am really cool if you remove it from this challenge. I just really like this tile.

Monday, 10 November 2014

Wheat and Home

We're up to W on Every Inchie Monday, and w for Wheat. I, again, have something quilled.

And nothing spells Home, which is the twinchie keyword, like Hearth.

Thursday, 6 November 2014

Any Colour is Beautiful, as long as it is Black

Or grey, particularly dark grey.
Just out from other Moo-maniacs about the Art Journal Journey blog. Their November challenge is Inspired by the Masters. There are some great pieces out there, so go check out.
This one's mine. Edvard Munch rules! That silent scream says it all, that's why I have no words for this page.
And these are my favourite colours for the Moo Mania challenge Favourite Colours.

Here is some more black with grey. My version of the tangle Seton for the Diva's Weekly Challenge #192.

Unfortunately, with all these, white has to be present. Definitely not a favourite, but, hey, this is why I scream on the inside.

Monday, 3 November 2014

Violet and Fire

Every Inchie Monday word this week is Violet. Oh how I wish I could draw like Van Gogh! Instead, I have a little quilled iris.

Quilling strips 1.5mm (1/16") narrow

The twinchie is Fire. This is my solution to it: