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Top Five Zentangle Blogs of 2019!

Top Five Zentangle Blogs of 2019!

As we look forward to beginning a new year, we are, once again, grateful for another amazing year with the Zentangle community and the beauty and inspiration shared with artists all over the world.

One of our favorite ways to connect with the Zentangle community is through our blog. In 2019, we shared 47 posts with you and you all joined us in thought provoking, problem solving, and Zentangle inspired conversations.

Today we share our top 5 blogs of 2019 with you all. If you've already read them, we think they are worth visiting again. If you missed these the first time around, they are not to be missed!


1. But, What do you do with your tiles? - Maria Thomas ( June 11th)

2. Winter Whine - Molly Hollibaugh (January 8th)

3. The Dog Days of Summer - Molly Hollibaugh (August 6th)

4. An Attitude of Gratitude - Julie Willand (June 18th)

5. Everyone is an Artist - Julie Willand (October 8th)

As we look forward to 2020, we invite you to share in the comments of this blog what topics you would like us to address in our blog this coming year.

Happy New Year from our family to yours!


Image is a tile by Maria which she recently uploaded to the Zentangle Mosaic app.

Julie Willand


  • I have been enjoying the instructional videos but cannot figure out how to share or post my results.

    Patricia Daws on

  • Eight days ago I celebrate my 5 months of tangling and discovering Zentangle world. I found a Boîte au trésor for the tiles, I put some in and on frame. And I selected some tangles to give to my family and friends. My mother was very happy to receive the beautiful Zentangle of PP02 Day 2. It is fun to share and give! Happy new year everyone!

    Nathalie from Québec city

    Nathalie Paré on

  • Just what I needed to get this New Year and New Decade started! Thank you one and all!

    Jamie Herron on

  • Reading the Winter Whine was a bit of an eye-opener for me as tomorrow I have to go back to work and face a task which I really dislike (and I’m not the only one). Now I’ve got to find something I might like in drilling holes through incredibly tough metal. I may have to tangle in my head! Thank you for such uplifting and heartwarming posts!

    Catherine Gisby on

  • The most important thing I have gained from the blog over the years was to embrace insomnia to get out of bed and tangle by candlelight. I’ve learned to meditate with tangling (the best success I’ve had). I would like to see where everyone tangles, more Indy and Mazzy!, more what do you when you are stuck, more what do you do when you are over busy with “worldly affairs”.

    Thanks for a great year of project packs! Happy New Year!

    Natalie Kessler on

  • I have discovered I live in an area that is underserved by creative souls. I would love to hear from Zentangle headquarters, and others, how to introduce Zentangle into a desert like this. Our tiny town is at least 25 miles away from a city with more than 20K population!

    Ginger White, CZT 34 on

  • As one year closes and another begins I reflect on the many things that have changed in the past year. I began the year as a seasoned CZT having taught classes at local community centres and my home studio for more than 7 years. Every class taught me something new. It wasn’t about the new patterns or the way to use them, but the people who came to learn something. They taught me that my path was invisible, there was a highway of experiences between them and me. Somehow I had to find a way to speak their language and listen hard to what they were saying or showing me. Each class was like entering into a new foreign country. An elderly lady who believed she had never drawn anything in her life showed us the most beautiful rendition of Diva Dance. Her shaky hand stilled and calmed our class when asked to come up to demonstrate under the camera. Her joy at that moment was palpable. This was a teachable moment for me.

    The pathway before us is never clear and quite unscripted. As I begin 2020 with an empty palette, I trust that all I need to know will be there waiting for me to discover.

    Thank you Zentangle Team for opening a door on this pathway.

    Patricia Townsend, CZT 12 on

  • Thanks Julie❤️ Your support is such a comfort. Happy New Year to all my Zentangle friends.

    Kathy Y on

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