Friday, 2 November 2012

A quick catch up

My poor neglected blog hasn't seen much activity lately, I'm sorry to say. I have been beavering away with some tangling, but it has been for Design Team purposes, so I have been unable to show anything on here. There are some new stamps available at Chocolate Baroque which are called Tangled Garden. These stamps are great for those who like to tangle, as they are large stamps, some with large open areas, just crying out to be filled with zentangle patterns. There are other stamps in the set that already have patterns included. So, if you want to create a design in a hurry, or are less confident in your abilities, these are just great.

Over the coming days, I will be showing some designs on my <a href=">main blog</a> but, I'll try to include a link on here as well for those of you who do not follow that blog. I've made something today, using the stamps, just for fun, which is on my other blog:

Finally, another colour explosion, that one or two of you will have seen already, but I'd like to add it here for my other followers. One of the challenges set recently on the CB Zentangle Ning Group was to tangle your 'Favourite?........' I chose to use Cadent as my favourite tangle pattern supersized, and then went with a Rennie Mackintosh inspired theme as it is a style that I really love. I used Trentwith in the circles, Pokerleaf in the squares, and Knightsbridge as a suggestion of the block elements that the designer used in so may of his designs.

I hope to be back soon, and would like to say thanks for stopping by, Judith xx


  1. All absolutely superb & very exciting. Trentwith for Cadent's circles is really super & I love the way your black & white elements really make the whole so eye-catching.
    Paula (PEP)