About six years ago I got my first start in art with Zentangle. I found it on Pinterest. The art of tangling. Basic black ink on white papers known as tiles. Using patterns that follow specific steps that you repeat one line at a time. Over the course of time I pulled in color and now I enjoy making color more than I enjoy tangling, but I do still try to keep up with both. A friend is hosting what she calls a 4 Corner Tile Swap and I am participating. You use four 3.5″ tiles. I flipped mine over and taped them together to make it easier to pencil draw my circles. Tiles must be tangled with black ink. That is all the rules. Easy peasy. Doesn’t matter if the inner circles match up or not. In the end, I will get one of my corners back and corners from three other people. And everyone does their inner circles different. I did this swap once before and it was so much fun! Mine are in the mail already. If you are interested in participating, let me know and I’ll point you in the right direction. We have approximately a month to get them to the right person, so there is time. The fun comes in deciding what tangle patterns to use.