Challenge #26: "String Theory - Spirals and Lunar Stuff


This weeks Diva Challenge #26 asks us to make our string a spiral and go from there! Here goes... Weee, my favorite string, spirals are great. Yippee. That's what spirals make me feel like and they nurture my creative spirit. Orbs and spirals, can it get any better? A little giddy today, but that's okay. It must be the eclipse, which I missed last night. Thank goodness for Google and youtube, it looked beautiful, orangey/red, and amazing!

If you haven't already, you've got to check out the Diva's challenge. The spirals this week (week #26) are beautiful, every participant creates a unique version weekly and it's definitely a feast for the eyes and the spirit. Very fun, but addicting.

For my second version I added just a touch of color and lot's o' spirals. It is spiralicious and very spacey (and I mean that in only the most positive, science fiction sort of way!)

Wooooo-Spacey...

14 comments:

  1. I love how you worked the lunar eclipse into the second one.

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  2. Cool tiles, the first one looks very organic, and the second one very Galactic. Love the touch of color!

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  3. Great tangles! Very expressive.

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  4. Very cool tangles!! I didn't see the eclipse either, thanks for the tip about youtube. But seeing your second tangle is a close second to the real thing. You really captured the eclipse in that one, I like how you added just a touch of color too. Thanks for visiting my blog!!

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  5. Love your spirals! I love the way the first one "oozes" out of the border!

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  6. Both are very beautiful.Spiral strings make me think of deep space too. I love your galaxy.

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  7. Love them both-lots of wonderful movement! Love the touch of color too-perfect!

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  8. I absolutely love your lunar spirals.

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  9. Hi.. wow.. love the way these turned out.. the galaxy is great.. Thanks for stopping by for a visit..

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  10. Danni, these are too beautiful for words! Wow!

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