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Zentangle Project Pack No. 19 - The 12 Days of Zentangle 2022 - Day 06

Zentangle Project Pack No. 19 - The 12 Days of Zentangle 2022 - Day 06

It has become an annual Zentangle tradition for us to celebrate the holiday season with a series we call The Twelve Days of Zentangle. For twelve consecutive days, we deliver daily tangling lessons, guiding you through the steps to create festive tangled works of art that are all part of the same theme.

Join us now for Day Six, as our old friend Alfie and a couple of new friends take us through The 2022 Twelve Days of Zentangle.


“Your scroll is really coming along. I think this Project Pack No. 19 is one of the more challenging projects” says Marasu.

Nomi muses, “That may well be, Marasu, but I find if you trust the process, you will more than likely find your way. You know what Rick and Maria say . . . 'Anything is possible, one stroke at a time!"

Alfie says “From what I am seeing in the Mosaic App and other posts, it seems to be inspiring tanglers to take some chances. That’s how we learn new things. And if we make a few (so-called) mistakes, we always have the ability to choose the response to turn them into opportunities."

Marasu interupts, "That's why it's called 'response-ability' . . . tee-hee!"

"Good one, Marasu!" continues Alfie. "And I bet even the folks at Zentangle still make mis-strokes of the pen. They have to in order to come up with new, exciting directions to take in our Zentangle journey.”

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This Zentangle series is unique as we will be working on one singular piece of tangled art over the course of twelve lessons. The customized surface will provide structure and a common element to guide us on this adventure together. We will methodically and magically add to the structure as we simultaneously discuss and share our system of collecting, deconstructing, and categorizing tangles. As we take you on an adventure, we will introduce you to our Zentomology™ approach. We will explore Tangle Genuses, or categories of tangles.

In true Zentangle fashion, our approach to this system is playful and open to exploration and interpretation. We use the Zentomology system as way to learn about the characteristics of tangles and explore how to use them in ways that enhance and balance our tangled compositions. As we dig into this concept, we leave a trail of tangled artwork behind us. Join us as we get tangled up in the Zentomology approach of studying tangles while creating one large piece of tangled art.

Each day, as we add to this singular piece of tangled art, we remind you to trust the process. Watch as this composition comes together with different tangles, concepts and your individual style. At the end we will bring all of the elements of the Zentangle Method together in a beautiful and unique piece of artwork.

Tangle along with Rick as he and Maria guide you through the sixth video in this series.

We recommend doing these videos in order, beginning with day 01. You can view all previous Project Pack No. 19 videos here.

Please share your creations on the Zentangle Mosaic App using the hashtag #PP19Day06 and #12DaysofZentangle2022.

Let us know your thoughts below and at the end of this series, we will pick a commenter at random from each day to receive a Zentangle surprise!

Julie Willand


  • This piece of tangled art is evolving in such delightful way.

    Jackie on

  • Continuing to coin new words! LOL! “Response-ability”!!! I love it! Thank you, Rick, for a short, sweet look at seed tangles. I enjoyed seeing some of the fragments that appeared on the Huggins reticula. Huggins does seem to invite fragments to embellish them. What fun! I do agree that it is hard to wait for the next video!

    LLS on

  • It’s so hard to wait for the new video each day! I’m loving the look of this project.

    Nan on

  • I love seeing this project, as it progresses from video to video. What fun!

    Debbie J on

  • This is the most delightful project pack. Just love the way it develops day by day. Can’t wait for tomorrow!

    Kathleen McMurtry on

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