Thursday, October 23, 2014

Diva Challenge #190: "Pink for Ardath"

This week's Diva Challenge is a tribute to the Diva's grandmother and all the other women that have had to deal with breast cancer. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. So the challenge is to use pink someway in your tile/ZIA.  Was not exactly sure what to do, but the first thing that I thought of was the pink ribbon that is the emblem for breast cancer.  Here is what I came up with. I hope you enjoy it.

Tangles used: 'Nzeppel, Cubine, Joy
I do not remember the name of the tangle on the sides. I remember that it was a UMT Challenge a while ago. If anyone knows its name, let me know.

I used a combination of materials on this on. Used both a black and pink Micron. For the highlighting and shading I used a Cornell pink and a Tombow pink pencil. I like the color of he Cornell, but the wood kept breaking on the pencil so I switched. The Tombow is a nice color, but it is light. The Cornell's do not blend will so just left them. 

I have not looked at any of the other things posted for this week's challenge. I hope I have some time to do so. I have another tile started that I hope I can finish before the weekend. If you have not, would strongly recommend that you visit I am the Diva to look at all the different submissions on this challenge. You may even want to try your hand at it if you have been reluctant to do so thus far.

Thanks for visiting. As always, comments are welcomed, encouraged, and appreciated.

Go Tangle !!


  1. At first I thought your outer tangle was Flez, but after looking... it's sort of Flez inside out. Partial Credit. . I like the Joy in the background. Makes me smile.

  2. There is a very nice balance in this zia! Well done.

  3. Very nice tile. I like that 'Nzepple in the ribbon a lot.

  4. Lovely tile and combination of tangles, Donald. I hadn't looked before, but I too used the ribbon as my 'string' this time. It's a nice idea. Axxx

  5. nice tile - I like the use of the pink ribbon and I like how you have used cubine. well done

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