This is actually one of my first Zendalas (first of many). As I began to tangle Geneviève's string, all I could see was the potential for a compass rose design. I have already done quite a few of those, and I like their functionality.
Here's a compass rose we designed for Molly and Nick's wedding:
Molly and Nick stood on this 6-foot diameter canvas compass rose during their ceremony. Around it's edge Maria lettered, "One ship sails east - another, west. By the self-same winds that blow. But it isn't the gales, it's the set of the sails, that determines the way that we go."
We tangled it with versions of Shattuck, Static and Cadent using large Sakura Pigma pens.
If anyone asks Nick and Molly where they were married, they can point to this and say, "Right here!"
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