Hello everyone! It's been a very busy Monday but I was able to finish all my projects! Yay ME! First I want to share my Diva Challenge tile for this week. The Diva has challenged us to create a holiday tile and if you'd like to follow along, here's the link for the Diva's challenge.... Continue Reading →
Hey Y'all! Welcome to The Tireless Tangler! I am certainly missing the weekly Diva Challenge! Luckily, with challenge 251 from It's a String Thing, we are sure to stay active! Here are the tangles used this week: Stikz by Laurel Sponseller (Step-out) Munchin, a Zentangle ® Original (Step-out) As usual, my tile is reflects the... Continue Reading →
It's time for the weekly "it's a string thing" challenge! Number 248 was to draw a monotangle using the Zentangle ® Original Tangle, Drupe. I love Drupe but wanted to find a new take on an old favorite! Enter Eni Oken's new lesson called MicroTangling. I enjoyed this lesson and the techniques it teaches very... Continue Reading →
The Diva Challenge this week took an interesting turn when I applied Eni Oken's Tangle Enhancers Card Game. The Diva, Laura Harms, challenged us this week to "Use My Tangle" with her pattern "Somnee". Somnee is a similar pattern to Zentangle's "Hollibaugh" and I needed some inspiration to dress it up a bit. I used... Continue Reading →
Today's Diva Challenge, issued by CZT, Laura Harms, was to use a "Duotangle" consisting of the tangles "Tripoli", and "Shattuck". I use both of these a lot, so I applied myself using one of my "tan treasure tiles" made with Eni Oken's parchment paper technique on a Zentangle ® Renaissance tile. It was perfect until... Continue Reading →
I'm finally caught up enough to do the It's a String Thing challenge this week! Luckily, Eni Oken released a new Blue Sun video lesson the day after the challenge came out and they dovetailed perfectly! Here's the string with inspiration from the Olympics. The 3 tangles were Golven ( G for gold), Sand Swirl... Continue Reading →
Welcome back! It's time for the weekly diva challenge and I'm grateful to have it finished early this week! In keeping with her heart "strings" in February, the Diva challenged us to used nested hearts this week. Basically, one heart string inside another heart string. The challenge flowed easily this week and here is my... Continue Reading →
I tried meditation as a means to relax and recharge but I find my mind wandering and obstructing the process. With Zentangle I suddenly find myself breathing calmly, focusing on one line at a time and everything seems to be so peaceful and simple, just as life should be.