"We are all connected. What unites us is our common humanity. I don‘t want to oversimplify things - but the suffering of a mother who has lost her child is not dependent on her nationality, ethnicity or religion. White, black,
It's an ODD challenge
What a great idea! Friday we had the 13th of November 2015 – 11/13/15 – so Adele Bruno, CZT™ choose the 11th, 13th, and 15th tangles listed on TanglePatterns.com:
Acrosstick by Ed Gucker, CZT
Afterglo by Carole Ohl, CZT
Ahh by Maria
[caption id="attachment_415" align="aligncenter" width="750"] Pattern: Fengle, Dragonair. Snail, Coral-Seeds[/caption]
In this weeks Zendala Dare Challenge #116 the template was pretty different from the last ones I did, it offert a lot more space. But since I wrote a long article about
This week – three in one challenge for me.
My Mom asked me to write in English and German and my husband gave me the advice to handwrite the articles first before tipping in the computer – it is more mindful. So
It's easy to give Thanks when your doing it Zendala style!
writes Erin Koetz Olson, CZT about this weeks challenge. So this weeks extra ist to only use tangles that start with the letters T-H-A-N-K-S.
The tangles I used:
T – Tipple by Zentangle®
H – Hollibaugh by Zentangle®
"New Official Tangle: Gourdgeous"
Zentangle® released their new official tangle "Gourdgeous" in their newsletter –see the step outs here. So this weeks diva challenge - using Gourdgeous. I was in the mood tangling a little larger and try something new. So I bought some pastel
Ready. Steady. Go! This week was the start of challenges for me. It’s a String Thing challenge by Adele Bruno, CZT™ really challenged me. I had to struggle with the String! Adele selected TanglePatterns String 095 by Sandra Hart and the tangles to use beginning
"Stones and Ceremony"
When I read this challenge on Monday evening just bevor going to bed, I was so excited that I actually couldn't sleep! Since I was on a very special sculpting-workshop in Denmark with a small group of really lovely