The following text was translated by Rick from the tap tap tapping "voice" of Bijou.
Nomi admired the pre-strung design and added, "I can see why Julie was so drawn to this particular string."
Zander wanted a front row seat, so he crawled right up and studied the tile in awe.
I agreed with their enthusiasm and realized that I too loved this tile. It reminds me of my old uncle Spiro. Spirals are so beautiful and inspiraling!
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Welcome to Zentangle Project Pack No. 22 and the third day of the 2023 Twelve Days of Zentangle!
As so many of you tangle enthusiasts know ... The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns that we call tangles. You create tangles with combinations of dots, lines, simple curves, S-curves, and orbs. There are a few tangles in the history of the Zentangle Method that are known more and used more often and manipulated more than others. Their forms are basic, resilient, familiar and they have the potential to be so much more in so many ways.
This project pack will take a deep dive into one tangle and all that it stands for. As usual, we are taking a very creative, outside the box approach to this fun theme.
Tangle along with Julie as she guides you through the third lesson in this series.
We are very excited about the content we have for this Project Pack, but we also realize that we have packed a lot in to the twelve days. So, we wanted you all to know that it is OK to take it all in at whatever pace you need to. If you have not already, take a look at Molly's most recent blog on tangling at your own pace.
Please share your creations on the Zentangle Mosaic App using the hashtags #PP22 #PP22Day03 and #12DaysofZentangle2023.
Share your thoughts in the comments below and each day, Bijou will randomly select one commenter to receive a Zentangle surprise!
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