There are just four more weeks left in the Zen-untangled! project. In my Facebook group Tangle All Around we are learning all 170 zentangle patterns and creating wonderful keepsake books we can one day pass on to someone we love. It is not too late to join us. The project will never go away. Let me show you what I did for week 22.
Each week I am trying to include a piece of art from a friend. I had been saving these in a folder – this way I can enjoy them every time I flip through my Zen-untangled book. For week 22, I pulled pieces from a mother-daughter duo to include. The dragon tag was made for me by Phillis Rosenthal. I just love that she loves dragons as much as I do! Hahaha! She does! And she sent me this tag she made for me! The gelli print underneath was made by her daughter Beth Broadway. It is the last one I have from Beth. I think I’ve used 4 of her gelli prints in this book. I do have a few tags that will show up in the next book I will work on.
The deli paper gel prints in the background were made by Pamela Shappell. Over the past five or six months I have watched her grow as an artist and she is pretty inspiring! She loves color and spunk and sass as much as I do! The dragon is a digital stamp I found on Pinterest, printed out on Bristol Illustration paper from Hahnemühle and colored with Copic markers.
Each week I give the group a set of patterns and a string to work with. And I try to give them a tidbit of information about each pattern – when I can find information.
I thought this week’s string looked like a crown so that is what I went with. Hahahaha! A beautiful floral crown. It is not too late to join in on the learning. Just click here and answer a couple questions that tells me you are actually a person and not a hacking computer – and I will let you in. Hope to see you there!
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