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Friday, July 16, 2010

July 16, 2010 Newsletter

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Jennifer McLean said...

Hi Rick & Maria,
I remember seeing that you had zentangled an ostrich egg. I have one and was thinking of doing the same. Did you just use the Sakura pigma pens that you usually use for zentangling? Are there any special tricks I should know?
Thanks so much.

Zentangle said...

hi Jenn, I did do some Easter eggs a few years back....I used the Microns on them but they took a long time to dry.(It was difficult not to smear them) There are probably better pens for a non-porous surface......Tanglers, any suggestions for Jenn??? maria

Heather said...

I can't wait!!!! See you soon. I am so looking forward to the class!

Terri Greenberg said...

There was a post on the CZT Teachers' group that suggested Sakura's Microperm pens for non-porous surfaces. The discussion there was about gourds, which are similar to egggs, I think.