Today, I brought my Zentangle® supplies with me and some current projects. I completed my first Zendala tile and was thrilled with how it came out.
I did the trick that Rick and Maria, the founders of Zentangle®, suggested of holding the tile out in front to get a different perspective. It looked even cooler! I can't wait to do more of these.
My friend made some lovely holiday cards with great colors and texture. I'll add a link to her blog when she puts up some pictures of her finished projects.
While playing with her Stampin' Up supplies, I fell in love with a bird die-cut she had for her BigShot. She handed me a cut out bird and wing and said I should tangle them for her, so I did. It was such fun. I played with tangles I learned during my CZT training and explored some other favorites. The wing has a 3-D effect that added to the design even more. Here is the finished project:
The next time I pick up my scrapbooking supplies, I'm going to try to approach that craft with the same "one stroke at a time" philosophy of the Zentangle® method. Maybe I won't stress as much with other crafts I love--maybe I'll love them even more.