This has been another busy social week, so I wasn’t able to do much in the way of tangling until yesterday (my day off) – but never fear, for tangle I did, and I have plenty of tangly goodness to share with you! Welcome to another Tangled Tuesday!
As you may know, I’ve signed up to attend a CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher) seminar in June 2016, and one of the ways I’m planning to earn the money to pay my fees is through the sale of my tangled art, both as prints and also on a wide (and I do mean wide!) variety of products.
This week I’m excited about a brand new product that’s now being offered at ArtofWhere – beanies! I spent some time creating a beanie for each of the designs I’m currently showcasing on ArtofWhere, and thought I’d share a sampling of them here.
Aren’t they fun?! You can check out my full collection of beanies here… and any time you’d like to browse through my entire selection of tangled goodies, click on * shop! (in the menu below the Alphabet Salad header) for a list of my online portfolios and storefronts.
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I started out with joey’s weekly tangle challenge #85, which was to use Verdigogh in a monotangle. I actually learned this pattern early on in my tangling journey, and enjoyed using it again in this week’s challenge tile.
Then I moved on to Diane & Carolien’s Weekly Challenge #30: Tangle with O-A-C, choosing the tangles Orange Peel, African Artist, and Chechain. All three patterns were ones I’d previously learned but had not yet had a chance to use in a finished project, so I thought this would be a good opportunity to do so… unfortunately, though, I totally messed up on Orange Peel – so I guess I’ll have to try again on another project!
Now on to a new week of tangling!
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Previous posts in this series are all tagged Tangled Tuesday.
For background on how I discovered and got involved in Zentangle, and links to further information and resources, check out my blog post For the love of tangling.
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How have you been creative this week?