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« Design Wall Monday and more Zentangle shoes! | Main | Customer Work »

July 22, 2014


Tina in NJ

Fabulous! My sister makes her Christmas cards each year. I'll have to direct her to this post. The friend who introduced me to Zentangling has tangled on black with a silver pen. Really sharp. Have you had any problems with the fabric shifting while you draw? That's my least favorite part of making a quilt label.


These are just awesome!

Quilter Kathy

These are amazing! Very cool!

Lynne in Hawaii

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo! Yeah! Like them a lot.


So practical and yet so pretty. Thanks for the links, after seeing your sneaker projects I started Zendoodling again. You are my hero!

Virtual Quilter

Your Mom will love her card ... and I love the Christmas cards, but then i love anything Christmas. now I am wondering how hard it would be to do some doodling on baubles for the tree!
(In my house that would be one of the trees.)

Cheryl K.

Great cards! and now I can't wait to see what happens with those hand-dyes as backgrounds!


You are approaching master status!!! ;~)


Love your card. I have recently discovered zentangle myself. It is a lot of fun.

Gene Black

I have done lots of Zentangling, but never on fabric. Your cards look great.

Kristin F

Great birthday card, and beautiful Christmas cards!


You are a woman possessed! The postcards are great!

Diana W.

Those shoes are DA BOMB! I had never seen that before. I am back to reading blogs again. I've missed yours a lot. I plan on taking some time and catching back up with you. You are so creative.

shirley bruner

I love the Christmas postcard idea. I might have to steal that one. hahaha great job.

Mary Anne

Zentangling is so much fun, and relaxing too. Perfect for Christmas cards...easy to pick up and do some while you're stuck on hold or waiting in the car.

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