Had to share something very exciting for me. I needed a gift for a friend who just bought a new house. She is totally intrigued with my work, so I made a Zentagle just for her and sealed it between two pieces of glass (I did stained glass work years ago). Attached is a pic of my result. I hope you enjoy!
Thank you for sending that, D!
. . . Minds
As they say, great minds think alike. For those of you who aren't stainglass workers, Maria designed a frame that you can slip your Zentangle tile into. They are made nearby and you can see the various choices here.
We have single ones . . .
. . . that can hang or sit on a little glass easel.
We also have different formats. Here's a hinged three panel. I keep this one on my desk. It has a Zentangle that Nick did on one side, one that Molly did on the other side and one they both did in the middle.
. . . Size!
However "HW" would need something else to frame a 3 x 6 foot (!) Zentangle. HW writes:
Posted this on Facebook and got a big response so I gave everyone your web address. Thank you for teaching so many people that they don't have to be an "artist" to do these!
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