Diva’s challenge and daffodils

Spring has definitely arrived here in the UK, following hard on the heels of snowdrops and crocus we now have daffodils blooming everywhere.  I always think the yellow daffodils look so cheerful after the winter.

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This week’s challenge from the Diva is a Duotangle which uses only two tangles – Crescent Moon and Diva Dance.  These are both new tangles for me.  Having done tangles recently around a snowdrop and crocus, I wanted to do something similar with a daffodil and decided that these two tangles would work well.  I enjoyed shading the Crescent Moon to give it some depth.

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I’m looking forward to seeing how everyone else has used these two tangles and would definitely  recommend that you visit the blog and check out the entries.

Linda

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14 Responses to Diva’s challenge and daffodils

  1. Jean Chaney says:

    I just love how you made a daffodil with those tangles. So pretty and springlike!

  2. Karen says:

    That is pretty and springlike!

  3. LonettA says:

    Very lovely idea! I like it!

  4. Annemarie says:

    Here in The Netherlands we also have all the spring flowers in bloom. You did something quite original, lovely!

  5. Annie says:

    Beautiful idea, Linda – your tile is elegant, definitely a daffodil and unmistakably Zentangle too. I confess to missing daffodils here in Andalucia….so thanks for sharing this lovely one!
    Axxx

  6. Oh how lovely a spring tile! I am so jealous that spring has arrived for you!

  7. Donald W says:

    I am glad that our daffodils have not come up yet as we got 4″ of snow yesterday. I like the way you used Crescent Moon in this. Makes a great background.

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