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Saturday, July 3, 2010

On the ninth day of naptime . . .

. . . our daughter (and grand daughter) gave to us . . .





This has been so much fun. We hope you've enjoyed this series as much as we have. Let's look again at this Ensemble's other eight tiles.


















Thank you Molly for sharing this with us and thanks to our grand daughter for taking nice long naps!



This series was created using one of our pre-strung Zentangle Ensemble mosaics. Learn more about our Ensembles here.

See also:
Day One
Day Two
Day Three
Day Four
Day Five
Day Six
Day Seven
Day Eight

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10 comments:

Sharon Hermens said...

I really enjoyed this series. Will there be directions on the tangles? Or, are these in the book?

Genevieve said...

Wow! It's wonderful to see all the pieces together!

Shelly Beauch said...

Thank you for sharing Molly's stunning ensemble. The special feature for me has been the fact that she stayed within the string lines. I often lose track and wander away from the string and this is a good reminder of the lovely effect string lines can add. Magic!

Molossus said...

Each and every one of these tiles has been beautiful, but put them together and you have something beyond beautiful, and into the realm of spectacular!

Heather Victoria Held said...

Spectacular! I enjoyed watching this come to life.

Heinani said...

Oh the beauty of Zentangle. A treasured gift that holds memories that can be cradled for years to come. Thanks for sharing them with us.

Kristy aka Rose Twofeather said...

Thank you for sharing this journey of a nap time with us ! This is wonderful and a treasure for you all. This is a beautful reminder of how something that is one stroke at a time.. can turn to something beautiful and unforgettable !!!

Kwiltsfl said...

Beautiful! What will be done with them now? Will they be framed together?

Carol Bailey Floyd said...

This has been the most exciting Zentangle adventure yet, and I didn't even have to pick up a pen! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful memory that will be an heirloom in your family forever. Hooray! -- Carol Bailey Floyd, CZT#1

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

Now, how cool is that?