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Thursday, May 13, 2010

Back to Basics

As we work through our to-do list for our conference next week, we remind ourselves . . .




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Sandra Strait said...

Breathing, and appreciating all you've shared with us! Thank you!

I wish I could be there for the conference next week. I'm already waiting for the reports!

Rose said...

Another gorgeous Zentangle! The shading is so perfect. It looks 3D! :) Good luck at the conference! :)

Lois Heinani Stokes said...

At the moment I
Looking forward to the conference next week.

Heather Victoria Held said...

So beautiful!!!!! It has two sets of initials. Did you both work on this piece? This one is spectacular!!!!!

Zentangle said...

Heather - Yes, we both worked on this one. It can be fun.

We heard a great story about a group of college friends who each year got together on a retreat. One of them brought a Zentangle kit with her. They all watched the DVD. Then each one took a tile and put corner dots on it and passed it to the left. Then each person put on borders and again passed it to their left. (or it could have been right :-) Then each person drew a string and passed it on. Then each person drew a tangle and they repeated tangling and passing the tiles until all were finished and every hand had contributed to each completed Zentangle.

Everyone signed them and each person took one of the Zentangles home. What a great idea and wonderful memory making/remembering event!

Zentangle said...

(Last post by Rick)

Shelly Beauch said...

Thanks Rick, I love that idea! Wonderful zentangle!
I am appreciating, smiling, and waiting in anticipation for what comes next, I must remember to take a breathe!

kass hall said...

I dont know how I am going to wait until October honestly, I am already jumping to come over nd immerse myself in this beautiful art! Love the passing to the left idea too!

Heather Victoria Held said...

Thanks Rick! That sounds like a wonderful idea. I think I will try that when my sister comes for a family function next weekend!

Deb Phelps Miller said...

Thanks for the reminder of the simplicity that is zentangle. With all the intricate and fabulous things that are possible with the zentangle process, it is good to remember the place of simple quite. See you soon.