Monday, February 3, 2014

Diva Weekly Challenge # 153:  UMT v.24 "Jailed Johnny - by Sadelle Wiltshire, CZT".  I drew some of the Jailed Johnny's with curved jail posts into a circle and they looked like petals of a flower so added some Mookas and berries.  I added some distress ink for the edges.

22 comments:

  1. I like how you turned this pattern into a beautiful flower.

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  2. Very creative thinking. I like it

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  3. Wow, you really turned this tangle into something very organic and lovely!

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  4. Wauw, a very, very beautiful Johnny flower. A good idea. Lovely.

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  5. Can you imagine finding a meadow full of these "flowers"!?!? I would love to!

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  6. Beautiful how you transferred it to a flower. Like the inked border. It is a tangle with great potention, I see Jails, I see butterflies, and now a flower. Beautiful

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  7. This is beautiful! Very clever interpretation.

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  8. I love your interpretation of this challenge! It has a beautiful, soft, organic feel to it.

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  9. Wow! I love that you made it into a gorgeous flower! It turned out very organic and I definitely wouldn't have thought of it like that :)

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  10. Beautiful way to use this pattern. I also love the touch of color.

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  11. This is absolutley gorgeous! Wonderful "Johnny" flowers!

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  12. I do like to look for flowers in tangles but hadn't seen the potential in Johnny, you found one though and it's really great :)

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  13. this one is really soooooo beautiful!

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  14. Oh so beautiful! You've really made this tangle graceful!

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  15. Oh what a beautiful tile Joyce, it looks like it came about effortlessly! Love it!

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  16. Wow! I so LOVE how everyone is interpreting this so differently! What fun time I'm having looking at these! Love your interpretation, Joyce!

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  17. Great organic variation. Mooka goes very well with this.

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