(Pssst… new here? Welcome to Alphabet Salad! For some background on how and why I got involved in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge, check out this post… and, if you’d like to catch up on my progress to date, all of my challenge posts are tagged with Tangling from A to Z. Glad you stopped by, and hope you’ll return!)
Well, this is it… the very last post of the challenge. Z is for… zenith! It’s been a fantastic experience in so many ways – learning new designs, practicing my art, connecting with fellow bloggers, redesigning my tangle gallery, and, most recently, being inspired to follow up on my dream of becoming a Certified Zentangle Teacher™ (CZT™). I’m so very glad I decided to participate!
If you’re interested in having a little piece of my art for yourself, please click on the GoFundMe button above for more information. You can take your pick from any of the finished pieces I created as part of the Tangling from A to Z project, or any of the other pieces marked as available in my tangle gallery, or even a brand-new just-for you yet-to-be-created original!
Thank you for your support – it means the world!
Border & String
Just to carry on with the whole A to Z theme, I thought I’d make each day’s “string” resemble the appropriate letter for the day. I can’t always promise that the finished tiles will look anything like the letters – it all depends on which tangles I’m using and how the drawing evolves. We’ll just have to see what happens!
Finished Zentangle®1 Tile
A to Z Tangle Sampler
Early on in April I decided to create something that would bring all of the tangle patterns I learned throughout the month together into one piece of art. At first it was going to be something random, kind of like a large-scale tile, but I decided instead to highlight each individual pattern in a quilt-style “sampler” of sorts. I’m quite pleased with how it turned out, and think it’s a great tribute to all I learned during my Tangling from A to Z experience.
Which patterns are your favourites?
Thanks so much for following along throughout the month – and I hope you’ll visit Alphabet Salad again for further adventures in blogging (and maybe even some more tangling goodness)!
Are you participating in the A-Z Challenge?
1 The Zentangle® Method was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas and is copyrighted. Zentangle® is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at zentangle.com.