- About - My Crafty Past
- What is Creative Doodling?
- Creative Doodle Patterns
- Border & Edge Patterns
- 'How to Draw' Distructions
- A-Z of Alphabet Designs
- Outlines to Copy
- How to Design Celtic Knot Patterns
- Celtic Challenges
- Celtic Challenge Guidelines
- Artist Trading Cards
- Challenge Gallery-The Bright Owl
- Challenge Gallery - Art of Ninna
- Doodleaholics 12 Step Program
- NAPKIN ART
- From School Teaching to Art and Craft Representative I have learned that I love to teach Art & Craft and see the joy that discovering their creativity brings to people's faces. I live in Queensland Australia & love the laid back lifestyle and the crazy Aussie sense of humour.I share my art and craft adventures, products and knowledge on my blogs creativedoodlingwithjudy.
blogspot.com& celticknotswithjudy.blogspot. comMy favourite trend? Teaching those who think they have no artistic or creative ability to discover they have.
Friday, 7 December 2012
Celtic Challenge 17
Celtic Challenge 17
I have been a bit under the weather this week. Got a dose of the flu and have not stopped coughing all week. I managed to find my creativity this afternoon thank goodness. So your challenge is ready.
Last week we used one continuous line to create a celtic knot pattern. This week I challenge you to use two or more continuous lines that over lap and then weave a couple more lines throught the shapes you created. It can be a bit tricky to get the celtic weave so go carefully.
Below is my finished design. I can't help but use Christmas again as the theme.
First draw two or more shapes overlapping each other.
Then add two or more lines weaving through the shapes.
Next create your celtic weave. You can refer to my 'How to Design Celtic Knots' page for distructions for this step.
Your design in now ready for doodle patterns and colour if you wish.
I added some words to my design also. I think if would be a nice design for the front of a card.
The distructions for the patterns I used to decorate Celtic Challenge 17 are below: