What! have we already got to R in Joey's Challenge?
And the monotangle is Rosewood. How lovely!
I chose a tile with deckled edges. The most recent purchase of tiepolo paper resulted in some damaged product, but with enough "good" to make lots of regular tiles and bijou. Well, the paper was already damaged, so I wasn't afraid to experiment. (I called the company when the damaged paper arrived. They very
graciously replaced it with properly packaged paper, and I kept the
stuff that had got bent. ) Davinciartistsupply dot com. I will add, the shipping cost as much as the paper...so...
To make deckled edges, you lay a good solid ruler down on the paper, after measuring, and hold it firmly down, and tear rather than cut. I did about a dozen that way, until I found that with deckled edges, the tiles weren't quite fitting in my little box that I got at JoAnn's. I did use a corner maker, and smoothed some edges, just to make them fit in my little box.
So I have some deckled tiles.
Rosewood has potential for real elegance, but I drew it sort of rustic and off balance, which I do like a lot.