Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Diva Challenge # 77 Fiore di Pietro

This is my Zentangle tile using the tangle called "Fiore di Pietro".  It's created by Rho Densmore, CZT.  Fiore di Pietro is a beautiful loving tribute to Rho's brother in law. She's going to make a book for her family including some of the Zentangle tiles that have been created using this pattern. She asked for our permission to use them. She certainly has mine. And my condolences.


16 comments:

Lorraine said...

I love your design! No only is it beautiful, it makes me realise that this tangle makes a lovely background as well as a great focal point.

Cathy said...

Lovely job. The heart is so peaceful looking.

Joke Broekhans Geers said...

It is always nice to see all the
possibilities in a tangle.

Sandy Hunter, CZT8 said...

what a perfect background. <3

Fifi said...

I found your blog... love it!!!!

Susan said...

This is great! Loved the focal point and the background. Very clever.

Dianne said...

Really beautiful!

Gloria said...

Really pretty "compass heart"!

Art lessons from Belgium. said...

Great work!

Daniele OBrien Design, CZT said...

This is just beautiful your technique is impeccable.

ledenzer said...

The "fiore di Pietro" pattern looks so gorgeous as the background in the areas where that shows and then singled out in the heart it becomes a masterpiece!

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

This is beautiful. I really like how you used the fiore di pietro pattern as both focal point and background. And the addition of a heart, which so speaks of love is a nice touch.

Jay said...

I love the use of the heart shape....especially for this challenge...love abounds!

Sweet Freedom said...

I really like what you've done!

Deb Ammerman said...

I love the way your heart goes "out of bounds" of the background. Fabulous tile, you should be very happy with the way it came out. :)

Twylah Ekko said...

This is so sweet inside the heart shape.

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