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Friday, February 23, 2007

Getting ready

We're setting up blogs and Zentangle image sharing.

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9 comments:

Rosie the wildwoman said...

Hi there. I received my zentangle box set from my sweetie at Christmas. I love the concept and beauty of the art produced. I just got around to actually experimenting with it. I have posted my results on my blog missrosieswisdom.blogspot.com and also put a direct link to your site in the post and then in my favorite places....Looking forward to your blog.....Hurry up.....Rosie the wildwoman

Rose said...

Can't wait till this blog is in full bloom... there are so many things I can't wait to see and discuss... so many questions and how to's that I can't seem to understand. Hopefully soon!

molly said...

Zentangle is like a sibling to me ... Blogging already. How exciting! It will be so interesting and inspiring to see what others are creating from this amazing art form. A new language for people to communicate with.

Carol said...

Love Zentangles ~ so meditative~ I have some on my blog which is http://artmusedog.blogspot.com
Thanks so much for putting this concept together~ Namaste,Carol

Smalltown Girl said...

I'm very excited to have a blog to reference while I'm zentangling. Lovin' life

Quilt Knit said...

Glad to see this is up and running. I am sure you will be connecting to FaceBook and Twitter soon.
This is wonderful.

Molossus said...

This is fantastic! I'll be looking forward to your posts. I do have a blog: http://lifeimitatesdoodles.blogspot.com/

Marthann's Musings said...

Hello, I am hooked on Zentangle. I got my kit about 9 months ago, and now it seems that is all I want to do. Glad you got a blog up and going. I just did the same.

Rose said...

I'm so glad that this became a reality. I know I've been bugging you guys since 2008 when I first fell in love with my new kit and even earlier when I was reading and learning from the newsletters... I really still feel lost and can't do many of the patterns without them looking like a child drew them.. is it just practicing that makes it right? I don't know many times where to even start. But so glad you heard our pleas :)