However, waste not want not.
The first one I completed is the top left tile. It ended up a lot more blue and I'm happy with it.
Next was the middle bottom tile. I like what looks like a crescent moon, and I particularly like it on the oatmeal paper I used behind it!
Then came a very green one (top right). I refer to it as the Irish one.
I'm least happy with this one. I'd begun Xyp in one ring, didn't like it, turned it into triangles. That was alright. I also didn't mind the multi-colors that got into it. There was something too low-key about it, so I added metal leaf. That was too high-key. I covered parts of the metal with black Identipen, which helped.
I almost didn't finish the fifth one (lower left). See how it's off-center? It was too weird. I had started with Dex around the perimeter, but it didn't go evenly and there was a .5 cm space left. Sheesh. Breathe. No mistakes, just opportunities. Hmmm. What if there were a crack in it? All I can do is quote Leonard Cohen, "There is a crack in everything. That's how the light gets in."
|An angled view.|
|Another angled view.|
|A close-up view.|