Monday, July 9, 2012

Dare Challenge #13

It's been a few weeks since I played along with the Dare challenge. This week along with the template Erin has provided, we're also challenged to  have some fun playing with papers we would not normally Zentangle with.  The only rule is that we cannot use traditional Zentangle paper or tiles. We can use scrapbook paper, stationary, a brown paper lunch sack, or old gift wrap.  I chose to tangle on a scrap of white scrapbook paper.  My paper is approximately 5 x 5 inches.


I have a couple of additional tiles I'd like to show you today.  This first one is a template from the Dare challenge #10.  I've had it done for a while, just never got it posted.


Not sure I was crazy about it when I finished it...the center kind of looks like a bug/insect to me!  This last one is one of the round Zentangle tiles I purchased some time back and I'm slowly working on them.  I think I'm purposefully working on them slowly, just because I don't want to use them up too fast! LOL!


Thanks so much for stopping in.  I have some scrapbook layouts that I'll probably post sometime today or tomorrow.  As always, I truly appreciate all of your wonderful comments!  Until next time...

Hugs!

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13 comments:

Cathy said...

Your tiles are all gorgeous. I particularly love the "bug"!

Lorraine said...

Wow - how you've managed to incorporate Auranot into this zendala is just amazing. I just can't imagine how you did that!

Fifi said...

Are all awesome!!!!
good job ;-)

Sandra H said...

Absolutely beautiful Susan:)x

Judi said...

I love all three of your zendalas, and I think that last one is great! The center reminds me a bit of the old yellow center thingy that we used to have to put in our 45rpm records in order to put them on the record player. LOL

Also, Susan, you asked me how I got my zendala into a journal. I transfer them onto any paper by printing them out first. Next I put graphite paper on top of whatever paper I want to trace the template onto, place my printed zendala on top of the graphite paper and then trace it. It comes out onto whatever paper you're using. (You don't need any light behind your papers to trace it that way.) I hope that makes some sense. Sometimes my things lose something in translation. LOL

Karen said...

Amazing! Susan, your work astounds me.

Karen x

Sue said...

Love all the detail in each and every one! Beautifully done. My fav is the second one, which has so much depth!

tanglewithlinda.wordpress.com said...

Wow! The line work (is that auraknot) on the first one is amazing. All the tiles are gorgeous.

GinaA said...

Beautiful Zendalas,lovely work as always.

Sandra (Stamping For Pleasure) said...

Hi Susan . . . I haven't dropped by your blog for a while . . . as I haven't been completing LIM challenges. But I found you again now that I've started my Zentangle journey.

Your Zentangles are amazing. Something to aspire to.

Hugs, Sarn xxx

Fiona said...

These are all lovely and you are right your first one is very similar to mine. Must be great minds think alike!

Alice said...

these are all beautiful - i really like the center of that last one - very cool!

Judy West said...

I like you work very much. You have some lovely designs on you site. I will be back.

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