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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge

Zentangle Diva Challenge #240 – Fall Foliage Edition

October 23, 2015 32 comments

Fall leaves on the campus of Williams College

[If you’re unfamiliar with Zentangle, start here.] This week, the Zentangle Diva’s challenge was to do a composition inspired by the season. She recognized that with tangle enthusiasts all over the world (16 countries were represented in my CZT class), we might be experiencing different seasons. Where I live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the northeastern […]

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Zentangle Diva #237 – Pope, Fleas and Stencils (Oh My!) Edition

September 28, 2015 29 comments

Zentangle Inspired Art

[Are you new to the Zentangle method? Then, start HERE.] I admit I almost did not attempt today’s challenge by guest diva, Charlotte Carpentier, CZT. Charlotte’s challenge was for us to use a stencil as our string. Before I could even think about the challenge, we had to pack up to return to Philadelphia from […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #221 – “Beads of Courage” Edition

June 8, 2015 32 comments


[If you’ve never heard of Zentangle, start here.] This week the Zentangle Diva, Laura Harms, challenged us to produce a tile with the prompt of “Beads of Courage”. This program “supports kids with chronic or life threatening illnesses and their families.” These children face many years of medical tests and procedures, often painful ones. Instead […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #218 — Back in Blanes on the Costa Brava Edition

May 19, 2015 36 comments

Marimurtra Botanical Gardens, Blanes, Catalunya, Costa Brava, Spain

[Not sure what Zentangle is? Start here.] This week, the Zentangle Diva (Laura Harms) challenged us to produce a white on black Zentangle tile (composition). I have to admit, I don’t love working in white on black. None of my white drawing implements deliver the control I find with my Sakura black pigma micron pens, […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #202 – Snowmageddon Edition

January 26, 2015 35 comments

Zentangle Diva's challenge #202 Chebucto and Copada

(If you are sitting there scratching your head and wondering, Zen—what? who?, you may want to start here for my explanation of what Zentangle is and how I became addicted.) This week, the Zentangle Diva, Laura Harms, challenged us to produce a “DuoTangle” using only two tangles by Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) Laura Bremner, chebucto […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #199 — Hitched

January 5, 2015 26 comments

Zentangle Diva's Weekly challenge #199 --- Hitch

After a two week hiatus over the holidays, the Zentangle Diva returned this week to challenge us to use a tangle developed by HeidiSue called “Hitch”. HeidiSue reported that she developed this tangle when she made a mistake trying to learn how to make a Celtic Cross. Apparently, she ascribes to my husband’s mantra that […]

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Zentangle Diva’s Challenge #196 — All Dolled Up

December 2, 2014 17 comments

Guest Diva, Emily Classon, CZT, presented this week’s challenge which was to be inspired by dolls. According to my mother, I never had a favorite doll growing up, but as a toddler I apparently was quite devoted to a stuffed animal—a rabbit. It sounds as though my devotion actually rose the level of an addiction because […]

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