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Thanks, Wendy! For some reason, I always feel like I'm cheating when I make these, as if they're not as classy or interesting as swirls or borders or grids or just about any other pattern I make, and I have no idea why I think that. Well, maybe I do--when I go back though my files, the ones with this type of design all seem to look alike to me. Not that I can't tell them apart side-by-side, of course, but they just don't feel original. And that's really a weird reason, because my standard swirls are REALLY much more alike, yet I don't feel that way about them... Sheeeesh! Enough with the self-analysis, Pat! LOL! Aren't you so glad you made that innocent comment, Wendy?! :-DDD
Pat, I forgot to check out your 65 today! WOW! This design is TERRIFIC and I LOVE the colors!
Yes, ma'am! :-)))
Oh yes! Try that! I love gems!
Ah, but I do shovel snow, many, many times in a normal winter! I love doing it, when it's freshly fallen, not packed into dirty heavy mounds at the end of my driveway by the town snow plow... :-(((As always, this was all solid colors until I decided that it needed a little black inside to point up the, well, points! LOL! I know, same old story... I'm wondering if I try making it monochromatic, and coloring it properly so that the "facets" look the way they would in a cut gem, if I might be able to make it look better, and without the black... Hmmmm..... :-)))Thanks so much, everyone! :-))))))
I think it is multiple diamonds in one fantastic setting. Thanks, Pat. Lovely puzzle.
Star of Pat would not "offend" anyone, for sure. This is beautiful. I am going with Francine and calling it a diamond. Thanks, Pat.
Well, Pat - Katie phrased it very nicely. You don't shovel snow - do you? Anyway, thanks for a fun and elegantly designed puzzle.PJ
Gosh, Pat - the snowflakes at my house aren't any where near this much fun!
Thanks, roseheather and Francine! I actually filed this as "stars of David", because that's the shape (6-pointed stars) that I used throughout the layers. I wasn't sure if a title like that would offend anyone, though, so I settled on snowflakes--yes, like Peter Max ones!... If I'd thought of diamonds, I wouldn't have had a problem! :-)))
Oh, wow! I am on the board, for a few seconds anyway. ; )
To you, a snowflake ~ to me, a gorgeous diamond. Think this is my favourite of yours. Thanks, Pat. (3:40)
Ala Peter Max! ; )