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Friday, January 14, 2011

"Lazy" Remodel

Writes Diane Lachance, CZT:
My kitchen really needs a remodel, but it will take some time before we get there. So, I decided to at least put a bright spot in one place while I wait. Here are some pictures of the metal shelves in my lazysusan cabinet – all tangled. I used a Sharpie, which glided over the metal like butter on a hot plate. It was a lot of fun!







Very cool! We can now add "remodel" and "rejuvenate" to Zentangle's growing list of benefits. Thanks for sharing that with everyone, Diane.

Diane is a CZT in New Hampshire. Her blog is TimeToTangle.

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16 comments:

501 Quilt Blocks said...

What a neat idea! I'll have to look around to see what items I can tangle.

Stacey D said...

That is awesome! Makes you hate to put your stuff back on it.

Carole Ohl said...

Really cool!

Cathy Helmers said...

Love it? Did you put some kind of coating on the shelves after you tangled?

Cathy Helmers said...

Oops. Meant to say Love it! (not ?)

Diane lachance said...

No, no coating. We'll see how it stands up. Sharpies seem to be quite durable once applied.
Diane

Enthusiastic Artist said...

Brilliant!

Stamp Addict Jennifer said...

Starts looking around the house for things to tangle.....

Sue Clark said...

What a cool idea. They turned out beautiful!

Kit @ Dreamscribe said...

Well I'd say this Susan is no longer Lazy [smile]. In fact it looks quite energetic now! I ♥ it. =)

Shelly Beauch said...

It makes putting the dishes away more interesting for sure!

Snippety Gibbet said...

Oh my gosh. That looks amazing! jan

LyndaKay said...

Some people are SO clever!!! Love this.

Jane Monk said...

Oh Wow ... I really like this - what a fantastic use of Zentangle art!

Functional and Fantastic!
Cheers
Jane

stART said...

I love the shelves! What a nice personal treat whenever you go into the cabinet. A truly inspired use of Zentangle!

Julie Elman said...

"Awesome" is the first word that comes to mind!