12 Days of Zentangle ® Day 12!

Today represents the final day of our Zentangle ® Project Pack 04. If you’ve been following along with us, your spinner is almost finished! Today we had the final lesson with Molly Hollibaugh and Martha Huggins, Rick and Maria’s daughters. The tangles today were again, favorites. Tipple, Zinger, Vega, Verdigogh and Rixty! Upon finishing my tangling, I used my Derwent Inktense Pencils to watercolor the 4 corners, added more to the inner rings and used my Sakura Pen-Touch in gold to finish off the outer ring. I’m still undecided about tangling the corners or letting the color stand alone. Tomorrow is to be a celebration and I’m assuming we’ll be adding the spinners. Once again, if you don’t have the project pack, I’ve seen people use tiles, or larger squares and drawn in the circles. One CZT, Marguerite Samama, put 4 tiles together and did it that way. You can see all kinds of examples on Zentangle ® Mosaic App, just search #PP04. You can do the same on Facebook. I love that although we are doing the same lessons and tangles, the results from each artist are quite different. I hope you have enjoyed this journey with me and have allowed this to give you a few minutes of tangled bliss each day! Here’s my completed Spinner and the link to today’s lesson. Enjoy!

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  1. Your spinner looks amazing – I have enjoyed seeing it grow each day – thank you for sharing! I am doing mine on tiles and have 4 more to do! I have really enjoyed this project and will miss the daily videos!

  2. This was a wonderful series you did for your followers and tanglers who have not yet subscribed to the newsletter, Cyndee. Great way to keep track of the videos, too!
    Wishing you a wonderful season of love, light, and Zentangle!

    1. Thank you Ellie! It’s wonderful to see you back on your blog! I have so much to be thankful for! I am wishing you all the best! I am very grateful for the guidance and positivity you brought to my Zentangle walk. Your encouragement for CZT training is something I remember and share with others. We never really know what is in store for the future and your reminder for me after your training is one of the reasons I believed in my own journey! I am sending hugs, love and joy to you for the holidays! 💜💜

      1. Thank you, Cyndee. This is a remarkable blog, and I am so glad to have been part of your journey to CZT training! You are one of the most gifted artists I know, especially in your Zentangle art. But also in your non-tangling art forms. It is a privilege to know you.

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