Zendala template provided by Genevieve Crabe in challenge #25
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Friday, June 24, 2011
|string provided by my 11-year-old god daughter|
|string provided by my mom|
My nephew gave me a challenging string with all kinds of shapes within shapes.
|string provided by my 6-year-old nephew|
Thursday, June 23, 2011
Duo-tangle was the hardest challenge, yet! Seriously! I'm not even sure why. Maybe the squareness of dex and the fluidity of verdigogh just could not come together in my head. After hating my first one (tried to do it without a string) and giving up on the second one (tried to do dex in the round), a friend said, "I thought the point of zentangle was NOT to stress?" LOL. So I sucked it up and did the next one in 15 minutes...and it turned out okay! So today day I did another one in 15 minutes using a string (duh) and I liked it! But I thought I didn't use enough dex, so I added some more. And now I don't like it as much. :(
Friday, June 17, 2011
Thursday, June 16, 2011
I love mandalas and have made several with beads. I have a beaded chakra project that I have not completed (yet) that will be made of mandalas. My first book of zentangles is half full of mandala patterns.
Many thanx to Genevieve for filling in for Laura and for providing the shape for the zendala challenge.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Friday, June 3, 2011
The first string was drawn by my 9-year-old nephew. He was so excited to make something complicated. :) The second one was drawn by my mom. I still have several strings from my 6-year-old nephew and my goddaughter that I will tangle on. Drawing on someone else's strings is different, but I love collaboration and will always take a little help from my friends.