woensdag 6 december 2017

I love the (after)glow!!!

Wow, I love the challenge Laura has for us this week! Poor Laura, being ill and still providing a challenge. Hope she'll get better soon!

I LOVE Afterglow (by Carol Ohl), but do not use it very much. Last night I took a pre colored tile and started with some circles and Afterglow in them. I had a great and very relaxing hour (or so) creating this tile and I like the result.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 28 november 2017

Dewd

This week started so much quieter then the last one. Kees doesn't have much pain anymore and the wound is healing very well.
Thanks for you best wishes for him in your comments last week!

As most of us probably expected the challenge this week tells us to use the new tangle from HQ: Dewd.
The tangle is easy to draw, but (for me) hard to combine with other tangles. But, I liked working on this tile!!!!
Here it is:


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.
Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 21 november 2017

A waiting room tile

And .... a duotangle of Paradox and Bunzo it is this week.
I LOVE Paradox, but Bunzo is one I don't use very often. Why? No idea.

Yesterday I had absolutely no time for the challenge because of two reasons: My daughter who was here (in The Netherlands) for the birthday of her brother) came to us for only 24 hours, so I wanted to use every minute of that precious time. But .... Kees had an appointment with a hand surgeon in the afternoon. That was the only possibility before the end of December and he has so much pain from a triggerfinger that we 'took' it. So, my daughter just arrived and we went off to the hospital. We knew that an operation was the next step and were expecting that happening weeks from now. But the assistant said there was a place this morning and we just had to take that.
So, more time lost from being with my daughter.
The operation was done quite quick and at 10.30 am we were home again.
Kees has a lot of pain now and I hope it will be better by tomorrow. And, hopefully after healing he will be able to use the hand again.

So, you understand that I had no time for tangling except from the time sitting in the waiting room. I used a tile cut from beautiful paper I bought some time ago, but the scan doesn't show the beauty, it looks like there are some stains in it.
I just started with Paradox in the corners and once again the wonder of Zentangle occurred.
Just concentrating on the small part I was doing and only after finishing that part, deciding what to do next, my tile grew and grew and then I looked at the result and was very happy with it.

Tonight at home I did some shading and I still love it.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

woensdag 15 november 2017

Then and now

'Go big' is what we have to do for this challenge.
Hm .... not really my thing I thought, but of course I started working on it last night.

I only worked 'big' on shoes for my son a few years ago and did nit really like to do it. Not totally true, I did work on larger paper, but never with larger pens and with biggified tangles.


Now I took a pre colored 'tile' of 15 x 15 cm and started tangling with the tick side of a purple Identy pen. And to be honest, I LOVED doing this and I also do like the end result.
I wonder what you all think of doing this.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

donderdag 9 november 2017

Wibble and my new addiction

Already the first Monday of November and an UMT: Wibble by Shawna Martin it is. A quite easy to draw tangle and also elegant. The only problem I had was what to draw next to it.

Since we used Crazy nZepple for a challenge some weeks ago, I seem to be addicted to that tangle, LOVE it and use it (almost) everywhere, preferably in circles :-)
So, that was the first I tangled after Wibble and then the rest just followed.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

woensdag 1 november 2017

A spooky theme in autumn

The theme for the challenge of this week is Halloween and Autumn; not too difficult I thought.
But I found out I was wrong, because I had a hard time making something out of it.

I had this idea to use a witch hat, even traced one on a tile but then I had no idea what to do with it. Normally I use the first I start, but this time I just grabbed another tile (one I colored with the eco dye technique) and traced some leaves.
Hm, that was a bit better, but also quite tough. 

But, whatever, I finished that one and here it is (the scan didn't like these colors):



Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 24 oktober 2017

White on black

This week we get a 'white on black' challenge from Laura and ... I love it.
Don't know why I don't do that more often, because I really like doing that. So, I'm really pleased with this challenge. As soon as these new pens are available in The Netherlands, Im going to buy them of course!

I don't have the original black tiles, but did cut some tiles out of black paper some time ago. So, I took one of them and started. Because I have been drawing a lot of circles the last few weeks, I decided to work in squares this time. A friend gave me some square templates in different sizes some time ago and these are good to use.
I do like the result of this weeks tangling, only now this morning I see that the one at the left is not right-angled.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

woensdag 18 oktober 2017

7 Artoo's

Wow, Artoo celebrated his 7th birthday last Monday! And, for this important occasion the challenge is to use the tangle with his name: 'Artoo'.

I took a tile I colored a long time ago and found out it was hard to tangle on because the paper is very thick and 'bumpy'. More meant to paint on. So, straight lines were very hard to draw, but I did the best I could. As always I don't want to start again, because my first is what I want to use for a challenge.

Because he is seven years old (!?) now, I decided to make a bunch of seven 'Artoo's'; one for every year.
It became a very simple looking tile, but with my sincere congratulations!!


Last week I did another bookmark and, to be honest, I really like this one:



Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

woensdag 11 oktober 2017

Striping and a busy weekend

Last week I did not comment much because we went away for a long weekend. I'll try to do better this week :-)

We went to Leiden, a town in the west of The Netherlands. There was a small event trying to make people with and without physical disabilities meet and talk about what they have in common and not what the difference between them is.
There was also a possibility to walk with a black pair of spectacles and a cane, experiencing what is is to be blind or riding in a wheelchair a.s.o.

We stayed there in a nice hotel and also visited some musea. On Sunday, before we went home, we went to the shore and, after a lot of rain on Saturday, it was lovely, warm, sunny weather! We even had a cup of coffee on a terrace! 

In the hotel I tangled this (on my lap) on 'stijfselmarmer' paper: also ordered a few weeks ago. This beautiful paper is a bit thin for tangling, but very doable.

And now what you came here for: the Diva challenge.
Laura told us on her blog that the first snow has fallen there, so that's a sign winter is really coming. I hope it will stay away for a long time here.

The challenge this week is creating a monotangle with Striping. A tangle that is not used by many tanglers and I'm one of them. I did enjoy doing this though. I tangled on 'elefanthout' paper again.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

woensdag 4 oktober 2017

Tint on new paper

The first Monday of the month and as we are used to .... an UMT. It's Tint, by Henrike Bratz.
A not very difficult tangle, pleasant to do and look at.

Last week I ordered a lot of paper and last Friday it arrived. Had to cut 'tiles' first and I did that yesterday. So, I had to use one for the challenge: this is Elefantenhaut and sooooo fantastic to draw on. Some time ago I saw that Mariët wrote about that paper and I tried to find it here is a shop, but they didn't even know what it was. So, I went on the internet and did find it right away, and with it so much more beautiful paper. Then I became greedy and ordered quite a few, especially when you know how large these sheets of paper are :-) So .... LOTS of tiles!

I'm very pleased to have this paper now (thanks again Mariët) but not so much with my creation on it. I find it's far too busy and not very balanced. Not even now, the next morning :-(
Well, at least I had a nice time doing this.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 26 september 2017

Love that tangle!

A challenge from our own Diva again, good to have her back!

'Crazy Nzeppel with Molly' it's called and there is a video from Molly working on it. I really do like this tangle, but don't use it very often. Now I intent to change that because I realize that I don not only like, but LOVE it.

I started with a tile colored with the Eco Dye method some weeks ago and wanted to do some circles to start with. The tile is light beige, hard to see in the scan. I did this last night and had a great time tangling! And .. I like the end result too :-)

Last week I thought it was time to do a (pre strung) zendala; almost forgotten how pleasant that is. I still miss the challenges Erin, The wise Owl, had for us for a long time.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!

Annemarie

dinsdag 19 september 2017

Autumn; cozy tangling

And, quite unexpected, again a questblogger, well two to be precise: Juliette Fiessinger and Kellie Fellinge. You can find out who they are on the Diva's blog.

I hope I do understand what the challenge is about, because it was a bit difficult for me. Cozy and autumn, two words that I took with me in this challenge. 
For me this time of year means closing the curtains in the evening and burning incense and candles. I took a warm red tile, that has that feeling for me and started tangling without thinking, just for fun and doing what makes me feel good.
This is what came out of that mindset: 


Last week I created a bookmark on blue paper. In drew it with a white pen and the result is one I do like.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment; I do appreciate that a lot. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.
Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 12 september 2017

Two squared

And yes, after a well deserved holiday, our 'good old' Laura (sorry Laura) is back.
The family had a great summer and has even grown: with a puppy called Luna!

The challenge of this week is 'String it: 2² (two squared)'; meaning to take two squares as your string. I did two overlapping squares on a pre-colored tile and started tangling. Like I do a lot of times, I made the string lines double.

I did like working on this one.



The next tile is the one I have been tangling while working in the hospice in July and August. When I'm working there sometimes it's a bit quiet and we (always working with two volunteers) sit at the kitchen table having a coffee. You can see how little time there was for tangling in these two month, just one tile 
done :-)



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Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 29 augustus 2017

Petoskey stones and a kind gesture

Jane Reiter is the guest blogger this week.
She introduced spectacular stones to us (well, most of us I think): Petoskey Stones, found in Michigan. If you want to know more about these very beautiful and interesting stones, go to the Diva blog.

She asked us to make a tile inspired by these stones.
First I went on the internet, downloaded a hexagon and traced it on a green tile from my stock. After that I tangled this tile and loved how easy (and relaxing) it was to do.
Thanks Jane, I had quite some zen time.


Last week I wrote that I wasn't able to make a mosaic because I don't have Photoshop. Then I got a mail from Thailand from Susie Ngamsuwan with a mosaic of my tile she made for me.
This is what she sent me:


And later an other mail with her explanation how I could do it myself in a free online photo editor.
So very kind of her!!! Thanks again Susie :-)

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed be!

Annemarie

woensdag 23 augustus 2017

Only one plate

Jeanette Clawson is the guest blogger for Laura this week. She has chosen 'Zentangle Plates' as the subject.

This is a challenge I like, but only made one because I am quite busy this week. In fact I started by dividing a 15 x 15 (cm) tile in four tiles, but have three left now. 
I have just seen some post where tanglers made a mosaic of the one they tangled, but I just can't think of how to do that now. Well, maybe later.


Tangling this one was very pleasant and relaxing. Thank you Jeanette!

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 15 augustus 2017

Fragment D-1 and gourds

Quite a surprise this week, to see a Dutch CZT as the guest 'Diva'.
It is Marguerite Samama from Amsterdam; you can get to know her a bit better on the weblog of our 'real' Diva!

Marguerite wants us to use Fragment D-1 for the challenge this week. I think this is a great challenge!
Because blue is a favorite color of Marguerite I took a tile I colored blue a while ago and als used a blue pen. My daughter bought me some Shihan Touch liners (pens) and I used them (well, only the blue one) for the first time and ... like it.

I do like the result of my tile and hope you do so too.


Some time ago I saw a new plant, that I didn't plant there, growing in our front garden. My friend Gerla knew what it was: a gourd! Because I loved the leaves a lot, I just let it grow there and to my surprise there were some gourds on it too. They became bigger and BIGGER. I was afraid they would break from the plant because it was growing on a wall. Last Sunday when I came home from working in the hospice, the plant was hanging down, but the gourds still attached.


I cut them loose and
 they are so beautiful!!!


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 8 augustus 2017

Our guest is ..... (drum roll) Suzanne Fluhr

And, since Laura still has her holiday, again a guest for the Diva challenge.
Suzanne Fluhr is our host this week and because it's the first Monday (in fact Tuesday because there was a holiday in Canada this last Monday) of the month it comes with an UMT.
The tangle is one of Suzanne herself and in fact a very organic one. I don't think I ever used it again, so a nice moment to try it.

I took a tile with a 'summery' look and started. I liked doing this and also the result.


Thanks Suzanne!!

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 1 augustus 2017

Henrike and Lisbon

Our guest this week is Henrike Bratz from Germany.
She has been in Lisbon recently and developed a new tangles from something she saw there (you can read all about her trip on the Diva's blog). She named the tangle 'Lisbon fragment'.

I tried this tangle several times and thought I knew how to draw it, but on my tile it didn't work out very well. Again .... it's about the process ...............

Henrike asks us to also use Diva Dance and so I did. After finishing I saw that the tile looked a bit like a sun. Not meant to do, but it's OK.


Thanks Henrike, I enjoyed working on this one.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 25 juli 2017

A mindful Nzeppel

Oh, I love this challenge, brought to us by Elisa Murphy who is a guest on the Diva's challenge too.

She asked us to do a monotangle of Nzeppel, a tangle that I love, but had forgotten for a while. She also encourages us to do this tile mindful (as we should do to make a real zentangle tile).

A few weeks ago I read on Michelle Wyne's blog about the Eco dye method (there was a link to Magareth Bremners blog with a description how to do it) and last week I gave it a try. OMG I was so exited to see the result and I LOVE this way of coloring paper. '


For the challenge of this week I 'had' to try tangling on it so I cut out a tile (I used Mandala per of 14 x 14 cm) and started.

This one, and the ons above, are photo's and more the real colors then the tile below

My thoughts about 'not fitting' in were: Being different means, being me!!! And that's fine with me.
I loved working on this tile and I also love my finished tile. Hope you like it too.

This was scanned and, as always, the colors are vague

A huge thank you Elisa and also thank you to Margareth!!!!

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

woensdag 19 juli 2017

Oh no ...... not that one

For the second time, Jessica is filling in for Laura in challenge 325.

After I read that Peanuckle was the tangle I could only think about my dislike of this tangle, that I only tried once.
Still wanted to join the challenge and practiced a bit on a piece of paper. It kept being almost impossible.

I decided to use a colored 3Z tile and use Peanucke as a border. The tile appeared to be too dark, but as always, I went on so I could post my first try.
Well, it's finished, I DID IT!!!!! But .... my feeling towards this tangle is still the same. Sorry Jess -:(
But also, thank you Jess for making me leave my comfort zone!


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 11 juli 2017

Jessica's hearts

While Laura is enjoining her, well deserved, holiday of the challenge, this week a guest post that Jessica Davies has made for us.

'Tangled heart' is the subject and in her blog post, Jessica explains how she came to drawings hearts after disliking them earlier.

I myself also dislike hearts, in fact I dislike all the 'sweet' (valentine-ish) things about hearts. But after reading Jessica's story I decided to make one for her.

I did not go as far as using a pink tile, I choose purple. Started with a heart (from a template) and then Hollibaugh seemed the right tangle around it. Then I realized that no more tangles were needed because it was finished.


Thanks Jessica for your word and sharing your story.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

woensdag 5 juli 2017

Home is where my heart is!

'HOME' is the subject for challenge 323.
Laura want us to express what home means to us in our tile. This was a bit of a struggle for me, because when I think of home, I don't think of a house, a town or a country. I think of the people that I love; being with them means home to me.

So, after some hard thinking, I decided to try to express that in my tile.
I took a gray 3Z tile and started with a circle and the word 'love' around it. Also some beams that shows how love spreads.


I'm quite happy with this tile.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 27 juni 2017

After a busy weekend: Aquafleur!

We are home again after a quite busy weekend at the Dutch coast. The daughter of my husband and her family, who live in UK, were there on their holiday and we joined them for a long weekend. This was in Duinrell, an amusement and holiday park where the grandchildren really amused themselves! And so did we, running around swings, merry-go-rounds a.s.o.
Now we're home to rest a bit :-)
This is what I did there on Sunday morning:



And then there is challenge 322 and Aquafleur is the tangle to play with this week. I hardly ever use that one, so a good time to start doing this. After drawing Aquafleur I decided to fill the rest of the tile with Baton, also a tangle that I never use.
I think I like the result, even when it turned out to be very 'stripy'!



Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!

Annemarie

woensdag 21 juni 2017

Not my 'piece of cake'

I almost did it: skip this week's challenge!
The only reason I didn't is that I never skipped one before and so I decided to join this anyway. Well, I hoped it would be sort of pleasant to overcome my aversion, but to be honest, it didn't.

Tangling (or doing whatever) with my left, non dominant, hand is a huge struggle and I promised myself that I never ever have to do this again.
Sorry Laura, It's a great idea, but absolutely not my 'piece of cake'.


I wonder what all of you, other tanglers, did and will try to comment, but we are (again) going away for a long weekend. This time near the Dutch coast. Today I have to work, so not much time left.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 13 juni 2017

Dansk, an UMT

After my time in Switzerland and the long weekend in the south of our country, life is a bit more normal now. Well, normal for only 11 days, because then we will go for a long weekend near the Dutch coast.
All so nice to do, but also quite weary.

The moment I saw the challenge of this week, I liked it. It's UMT and the tangle is Dansk by Margaret Bremner. I did use this tangle a lot some years ago, but had almost forgotten it now. Most of the time I use Sand Swirl, by Karry Heun, in stead.

I chose a colored tile (it is more pink and at the bottom yellow), started with Hollibaugh and filled most of the open spaces with Dansk.
It was a real zen time to do this tile.


Thank you for visiting my blog; I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

donderdag 8 juni 2017

Colorrun and beads

I came home from Switzerland Tuesday night, here is a photo of a beautiful waterfall in Giessen,
and have been so very busy since, that I could hardly find time for this challenge. There are a lot of reasons for that, but the main is that we are leaving for a long weekend tomorrow, so it was un packing two days ago and packing again today.

Tonight I just took some time to make my tile and I kept it quite simple. Just a tile with a lot of color and some beads.

Hope to have more time next week, also for commenting all your entries!

Blessed be!
Annemarie

dinsdag 30 mei 2017

Diptych (never heard that word before)

I did like the challenge Laura had for us this week!

It was quite different to do, but so relaxing. I LOVED it!!!
After finishing I folded the bottom part to let it stand, but that did not really work.

I will probably not comment much this coming week, because on Thursday I will travel to Switzerland, to my daughter for almost a week. Of course I'll take my iPad and phone, but I don't think there will be much time for commenting, because I like to spend all my time with her and her husband. Well, maybe in the train, if there is Wi-Fi.

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

donderdag 25 mei 2017

Photo (!) string

First a BIG 'Thank you' for all your heartwarming comments last week about the story of my husband Kees. We both appreciate this a lot!

And now the challenge of this week.

I LOVED this challenge, just loved it.
Started with looking for a friendly image of a caterpillar on internet and printed that. Then glued it on my (green was appropriate I thought) tile and started tangling.
Maybe you wonder why I chose a caterpillar; well, I think they probably are the most underappreciated creatures. People hate them when they eat their bushes and most of the time kill them.
Later people LOVE butterflies and don't realize that there would be much more of those beautiful creatures if they didn't kill the caterpillars. That's why I have chosen the caterpillar and .... yes you think right: I don't kill them.


Thanks Laura, for this fun challenge!!!!

Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

maandag 15 mei 2017

My knight in shining armor and the weekly challenge

Last week was a hectic one; I'll explain why.
As some of you know, Kees (my husband), has CP (Cerebral Palsy) what was called 'spastic' earlier.

Sometimes when he is walking outside children or adults call him nasty names or deride him. With help of an organization for disabled people (if you translate this, it is something like 'Netherlands unlimited'), Kees went to a school nearby to tell a class of children (about 11 years old) what it is to live with a handicap like this.

There were also people from two TV stations (one national and the other one regional) that did interviews with him and filmed him in school and at home.

This all happened on Thursday, but also Friday was filled with reactions from lots of people known and unknown. Those reactions were heartwarming and something to be remembered.

This is a photo of Kees in the class


and this is a link to an article on the website of the regional TV station. Of course it is in Dutch, so hard to understand for most of you. If you want, Google Translate will give you some idea.

http://www.rtvutrecht.nl/nieuws/1618778/gepeste-gehandicapte-kees-70-lucht-zijn-hart-op-basisschool.html 

No need to tell you how proud I am that he did this. Not just for himself but for all people 'different'!
As Kees said "We have moved a stone in a river on earth" (translated from a Dutch song).

So, and now to the challenge of this week: String Theory - Stripes!
I like this challenge and worked on it with a real zen feeling. Decided to leave the stripe in the center open and after finishing I think that was the right thing to do.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.

Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

dinsdag 9 mei 2017

Molygon on pink

Laura asks us to make a 'study' of Molygon this week.
Well, I did not really study this tangle because my Mosaic App doesn't work anymore. It tells me that the password is not correct, so I ask for a new one and also with the new one they send me it doesn't work. Of course I'm doing something wrong, but what?????
Does anyone has had the same problem?

Anyway, I just did some Molygon in my scrapbook for trying and then started the tile. The result is not world shocking, but it's also not too bad.


Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you leave me a comment. Work created by fellow tanglers can be seen at 'I am the diva'.


Blessed Be!!!
Annemarie

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