Tangle and Dangle

When I went on the Tangle Patterns website, just after I’d posted yesterday’s post, there was a video on it by Joanne Fink – http://tanglepatterns.com/2014/05/an-easy-and-elegant-technique-for-creating-hand-made-greeting-cards.html. It was excellent. The artwork looked, as always, deceptively easy but I gave it a go and am so glad I did. Now I’ve found TWO things that I can do and make something that looks attractive. In the last few months, I have gone from being someone who would have liked to have been able to create artwork to someone who one day WILL be able to do just that. Can’t thank the Tangling community enough. My ambition now is to train with Rick and Maria as a CZT but since that involves a trip to the USA, it won’t happen any time soon. In the meantime, I’ll follow it all on Pinterest and across the web.

It’s funny how working on one craft whets the appetite for others. I’ve been knitting again, a baby sack for the aforementioned new grandchild, to be precise, and decided to do some sewing jobs that have been waiting a while. I may even have a delve into the unknown regions of the cupboard under the stairs and find an unfinished stitch project to take on holiday. (There will be plenty to choose from – starting a project, oh yes, I can do that; finishing a project? Ah, yes, well sometimes.)

But for today, finishing the baby card is the priority. Onward and upward…


The Zentangle® art form and method was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas and is copyrighted. Zentangle® is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more atzentangle.com.


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