Zen-untangled! Week 17


Tangle All Around is rocking this Zen-untangled! project and I couldn’t be more proud of them! We are working with every one of the 170 zentangle patterns, making beautiful treasured keepsake books along the way. The project runs for 25 weeks, here are my week 17 pages.

The background is a page right out of my first solo book called Tangle Starts! It is a book full of colorful backgrounds like this one that can be used with any paper crafting or tangling project. The little Shamrock girl is a digital stamp from Saturated Canary that I colored with my Copic markers.

I am trying to include meaningful statements or sayings with each page. I thought this Hope statement was fitting for the COVID-19 days we are in.

And I am incorporating a piece of art from a friend in each weekly set of pages. This week I used a couple tags from Beth Broadway. I am going to go back when the project is done and tangle the tags as well. The black and white art block is called a tile. I tangled it using the string I gave the group for this week.

We have had a lot of interest in the project, and though we are over half way through it – it is not too late to get involved. The entire project is on our wall and people are working at their own pace. We would love to have you join us in Tangle All Around by clicking here and answer a couple questions so I know you are a person and not a machine. Cause that is a requirement to join. You have to be breathing. <3 Let me leave you with a closer shot of Shamrock, cause I think she’s awesome!

4 thoughts on “Zen-untangled! Week 17

  1. I like the way that black word sticker is picked up by the butterfly & flower stickers, plus that little bit of black & white pattern far right on the page……… the eye sort of gets led up & down across that page. Shamrock makes a lovely splash of colour with her pink hair & bright colours.

    • I did enjoy this week’s patterns and setting up my pages. That isn’t always the case. Hahaha

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