The Journey ~

Life is a journey. Not a destination.

Tuesday, March 24, 2015


I know I got this Zendala template from Bright Owl but I don't know which dare it was, but I will keep  looking.  I think this is only my 2nd Zendala though! And despite  a cat helping me and a micron pen blow out, I am satisfied. Now on to the test of my day! Have a great day!

Monday, March 16, 2015

Go green #209

The Diva challenge this week was to use green... I had been doing a couple of "shamrock" tiles the past couple of days to send out for St. Patrick's  Day, which is also my sisters birthday, but I  had not used color. I decided for the challenge to remain true to Zentangle in form, so even though I am clover shaped, there is no up or down or right or wrong...

On the camping realm, it isn't warm enough yet, but I am considering pulling out the old thrift store found tent and making repairs to it. I really want to experiment with paint or stain or stenciling on the tent. It is a big tent and it has a hole or two, so it will either be fun, or a huge frustration! But the weather over the next few days is supposed  to  be  pleasant - yay!

Have a wonderful day! Go green!

Monday, March 9, 2015

Diva Challenge #208

Using cubine and poke root. And a little poke leaf. This was a fun and  fast one. Thanks Diva! I used a micron  05 for almost all of this tile.

I'm really getting psyched for CZT#18 now. The practice over the past couple of months has boosted my confidence. I have learned a lot about my self, my surroundings, my limits, ... a lot of surprising insights through the process of this thing called Zentangle. It definitely deserves to have copyright status for the process. I can't wait to start sharing this with others.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Unbatz Challenge

The Diva Challenge #207, Unbatz by Sandy Hunter! This was a fun one.  I wasn't thrilled with my overall Zentangle but it was fun to play with a new tangle!  Thanks, Sandy!

Friday, March 6, 2015

Diva Challenge #206

Collaboration with my father... I have been putting this off  because I wanted perfection. But as soon as I let it go and just did this project, I am ready to do another!

My father is a hobbies photographer. His work is outstanding and HE is a perfectionist! So, I understand why I wanted to do my best. I had double prints made of a couple of his florals, two, just in case.  ;-)

Ultimately, this is what I did. Without good lighting. In one evening. In bed. When I let the perfectionist go, I let her go!

So here it is and I am ready to do it again!