How Flippin’ Lucky Am I?

Posted by on Feb 28, 2013 in Blog, Waxing Eloquent | 0 comments

How Flippin’ Lucky Am I?

Just finished another great class, co-taught another on Tuesday, have that cool Eggs! workshop to teach on Saturday… I absolutely love this – how flippin’ lucky am I to get to share such a life-changing and fascinating art form with people?? Thank you all so very much!!! Cheers, K2

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Flukes Monotangle

Posted by on Feb 24, 2013 in Blog | 5 comments

Flukes Monotangle

Came out pretty cool!

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My desk tonight!

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in Blog | 2 comments

My desk tonight!

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Oh, What a Quandry!

Posted by on Feb 20, 2013 in Blog, Challenge, Tiles | 15 comments

Oh, What a Quandry!

This week’s Diva Challenge (which I think is 109? (edited:  whoops, it’s 107… so much for my “subtle” tribute to the number!)) asks us to use Quandry – the newest official Zentangle (r) pattern. To mull it over, to puzzle on it, to tear our hair out in frustration… ok, I made that last part up. Here’s the answer I came to! I noticed two things: 1) it’s much easier to draw this pattern if the sections actually connect And number two) it’s also much easier if you view it as building triangles as opposed to building flowers but...

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Plant the Seeds and Watch Them Grow

Posted by on Feb 18, 2013 in Blog, Materials, Tiles, Zentangle Theory | 2 comments

Plant the Seeds and Watch Them Grow

So, yesterday, it was a duck; today, it’s a planter!  This one comes courtesy of IWOM (that would be the International Woman of Mystery, a blogger, published craft author who is also a dear friend).  She started tangling with me when she was across the pond  last December and, well, tangling is, as you know, addictive!   Sure, it starts with paper but then… She had this to say about the process:  “It is hard to do this in a Sharpie when you are used to Sakuras! It was like using crayon. I touched it up a bit more before baking in a cold oven to 350 for half an hour...

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