Ever heard of it? I had never heard the word til the end of last month when Joanna with Tombow challenged us to create a project with this technique. Basically it’s a fancy word for doodling, but with more detail. You can read more about it here.
I found some tutorials on YouTube and someone had doodled a paisley, so I went with that.
This month Tombow is also partnering with Basic Grey (I know!!! One of my all time favorite paper companies!!) and I rec’d a lovely Cappella packet. So very vintage and lovely!
For this card I used their paper, brads and some lovely vintage lace from my stash that matched perfectly! To keep with the scallop and circle theme in my “zentangle” drawing, I punched one edge of BG paper with an eyelet scallop punch.
Here is the inside:
I colored my image with Tombow’s markers and put the whole card together with Tombow’s Mono-Adhesive Dots. I am pretty pleased with how it turned out.
This is a fabulous card!
I love this idea with the zentangle… I love the card that you created with the zentangle.. I am going to practice these on my vacation… TFS
That is super cute!!!
love you card! great colors, great distressing. love the DPs, brads, lace, and your zentangle :)!! thanks for sharing :)! have a great day! *hugs* steph 🙂
that card is so pretty!
Love this card!
How unique!! I’ve not seen zentangle until today. Already, I’ve gotten out the scratch pad. How fun!!
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