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Bees, Please! Altered Bee Box & Step Out Tutorial

Bees, Please!  Altered Bee Box with Step Out Tutorial for Canvas Corp Brands

Hello, Friends!  What do gardeners do during the long cold winter months?  They pore over seed catalogs, plan their gardens and dream of spring’s arrival, that’s what!  And sometimes, they go to the thrift store, where they find cast off Christmas decor that can be transformed into something wonderful with just a pinch of imagination and some fabby art supplies.  And though I don’t really fancy myself a gardener, my dear husband and I are talking seriously about starting an organic garden this spring.  So to get myself mentally ready to take on the task, I created this altered bee box using beautiful paints, papers, and textiles from Canvas Corp Brands.

Altered Bee Box for Canvas Corp BrandsIsn’t it just totally adorable?  But I want to show you what it looked like when I found it at my local Goodwill Thrift Store.

Bee Box 001Not so fabby, very shabby (but not chic) and kind of sad.  But the Gypsy Soul in me saw that with a little work, it could make a super cute piece of home decor for our screen porch, and maybe inspire me to get out and dig in the dirt.

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That’s much better, isn’t it?  You may not know this, but Canvas Corp Brands has lovely DIY paint that is perfect for this type of rehab project.  I am not a fan of sanding down wood.  So I like to work with a paint that will cover up an ugly base. Although the DIY paint comes in a rainbow of colors, I wanted to stick with a yellow and black color palette to go with my bee theme, so I chose to work with DIY Ebony.

Bee Box tutorial 01After using a screwdriver to remove Santa’s nose, I painted the box base and drawer front with DIY Ebony paint.  It did take 2 coats, but you can see how nice and smooth it went on.

Bee Box tutorial 01aNext, I measured the length and width of the little drawer and cut a strip of this French Script Printed Burlap to size.  I cut a slightly smaller strip of Watering Can Critters and Crawlers on kraft cardstock and stitched it onto the burlap, fraying the edges.  (By the way, Canvas Corp provides a Mix and Match pad of Watering Can goodies and I think it is slightly cheaper than ordering each part separately.)  And yes, you are correct: I DID change this button and knob out for a cuter drawer pull.  Good eye!

Bee Box Tutorial 02Next, I measured the garden “bench” area and cut a strip of Yellow and Ivory French Linen Stripe Cardstock to fit. (A little later in the process, I blotched this with black paint, and decided to re-cover it with Yellow and Ivory Ribbon Stripe Cardstock, and I ended up liking this look much better.)  I also measured the inside dimensions of the bee box back and lined it with more Watering Can paper.  This is already a huge improvement from the original box!

Bee Box tutorial 03Next, I lay the box on its side and traced around the edge pieces onto scrap paper to create a template.  I fit them into the sides and made adjustments as necessary. Once I was satisfied with the way they fit, I traced the templates onto more of the Yellow and Ivory Ribbon Stripe paper and used these pieces to line the sides of the box. Doing this can prevent wasting your pretty designer paper.  I decided I liked the top of the box better with just paint, so I ended up not using the piece for the top.

Bee Box tutorial 04Once my pieces were glued into place, I dry brushed some DIY Crystal Paint over the edges of my altered bee box.  This paint is really thick and creamy, so I watered it down a good bit, then dipped the tip of an old, stiff paint brush into the puddle and brushed most of the paint off onto my craft sheet before applying it to the box.  Next, I did grab a piece of fine grit sandpaper to distress the box a little so it didn’t look so “new.”  I love how this part turned out.

Bee Box tutorial 05Next, I added a little banner to the top using scrap pieces of green and yellow paper.  The pennants were strung on natural jute cording that I braided together and held in place with some fancy thumb tacks that I found in my stash.  This is where I decided to turn the drawer into a flower planter and ideas began to bloom right and left.  I removed the button from the front of the drawer, replacing it with a miniature garden spade that I found in my stash.  The drawer was hot glued into an open position, and filled with Spanish moss, flowers, Prima resin pieces and another darling sign from The Watering Can collection.  Here are some photos for you to enjoy.

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I love the way these flowers appear to be bursting out of the altered bee box. Can you spy the bees that are humming happily?

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Here you can see the Critters and Crawlers paper that was used to line the outside edges of the box. The happy little banners are made from Yellow and Ivory French Linen Stripe Cardstock and Green and Ivory Lattice cardstock. And the Watering Can Garden Sayings on Ivory added wonderful tags and titles to this altered bee box.

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Another great tag from Garden Sayings on Ivory.

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And I’m really glad I changed the drawer pull to this miniature garden spade that I dry brushed with DIY Crystal Paint.

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This would be a great place to hang your keys, but if you don’t have keys, you can always hang these cute garden tags.

Bee Box for CCB 07Making this altered bee box was the perfect remedy for the post holiday blahs!  Now I just need to get out my seed catalog and start planning my garden!

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

 

 

Canvas Corp Brands/Petaloo Blog Hop

Merry and Bright Christmas Tag and Pocket Card Tutorial

Canvas Corp Brands/ Petaloo Blog Hop

Hello Friends!  I’m so glad you stopped by today, because not only do I have some sweet projects and tutorials to share with you, but there’s a fun Canvas Corp Brands/Petaloo Blog Hop where you can get yourself all inspired for the holidays AND win a fabby prize package of goodies from the sponsoring companies.  Woo-hoo!

Canvas Corp Brands will be hopping along with Petaloo all this week in the Creative Studio Blog. Be sure to pop on over and take in all the wonderful Christmas projects the design team has prepared for you.  All week long you’ll find step out tutorials and fabulous holiday inspiration. You’ll find all the info for winning the awesome Canvas Corp Brands/Petaloo International prize package there, too!  For a second chance to win, visit the Petaloo Blog each day this week and you could win one of THREE fabulous prize packages.

Have you seen the Farmhouse Christmas and Holiday Baking collections from Canvas Corp? Oh, how I love these “vintage fresh” papers and pretties!  I combined them with Petaloo Paintable flowers  and Tattered Angels Mists to create some very merry Christmas projects.

Kathy by Design Mixed Media Christmas Card

Oooh, just look at all the texture in this 5″ x 7″ pocket card!  Using red burlap, red canvas ticking, Lobster Glimmer Mist, Farmhouse Christmas Tags with those scrumptious Paintable Burlap Flowers gives this card a rustic, festive feeling.

Petaloo Blog Hop Card 02I painted my burlap flowers with the mist, then added a light coating of Ranger Clear Rock Candy Distress Crackle so that I could shake on some Stampendous Shaved Ice glitter.  I love the way they look as thought they’ve been dusted with snow.  I tapped my Farmhouse Christmas Label with a little Lobster Mist as well, because, well, why not?

Petaloo Blog Hop Card 03The inside of the card reveals a fun little pocket, stuffed with an individual serving of cocoa mix. This is such a fun “little gift” for holiday exchanges, and there’s plenty of room to tuck in an individually wrapped cookie, chocolate or gift card, too.

Petaloo Blog Hop Card 04You can find out how to make this card in the tutorial that’s below my signature area.

I know everyone’s always looking for simple ideas for holiday hostesses, ornament exchanges, or Secret Santa gifts at this time of year.  One way to dress up a really simple Christmas gift is with a handmade tag.

Petaloo Blog Hop Wall Hanging 01This fabric tag uses red ticking fabric, red burlap, a Petaloo Burlap Blossom, Butterflies and Blossoms and DIY Burlap Flowers.  I created the large blossom as before, but the little cream flower was just dipped into the Lobster Glimmer mist on the edges, and I opted to leave the little burlap flowers plain for contrast.  The burlap poinsettia in the top corner was lightly misted with Lobster Mist for a completely different look.

Petaloo Blog Hop Wall Hanging 02I added some vintage buttons, Shaved Ice, another tag from Farmhouse Christmas and a glittery red ornament to this fun tag.

I hope you found some holiday inspiration and cheer in these two projects.  I’m so glad you hopped by!  Look for the tutorials below.

Cheerio,

kathy

Merry and Bright Tag Tutorial

Supplies:

Red Ticking Fabric
Red Burlap
Ivory Burlap
Petaloo Ivory DIY Blossoms
Petaloo Ivory DIY Butterflies and Blossoms
Petaloo Ivory DiY Blooms
Miniature Glitter Ornament
Ranger Clear Rock Candy Distress Crackle
Red Glitter
Stampendous Frantage Shaved Ice
Tattered Angels Lobster Glimmer Mist
Farmhouse Christmas Tags on Ivory
red buttons
Red polka dot organza ribbon
Santa’s Journey tag

Tools:

sewing machine
scissors
Tim Holtz Mini Stapler
Heat Gun
Hot Glue Gun
Craft Sheet

Directions:

  1. Cut a 4″ x 6.5″ rectangle of red ticking fabric. Fringe the edges.
  2. Cut a 3.5x 5.5″ rectangle of Ivory Burlap, fringe the edges and center on the red ticking.
  3. Cut a 2″ x 5″ rectangle of red burlap. Fringe the edges and place to the right of the Ivory Burlap.
  4. Stitch the burlap to the ticking. Cut out the sled tag from Farmhouse Christmas. Stitch to the ticking. Add buttons.
  5. Spray 2 Petaloo DIY Burlap Blossoms with Lobster Glimmer Mist. Dry with heat gun, scrunching the petals as you go. Brush with Distress Crackle. Sprinkle with Shaved Ice Frantage.
  6. Touch just the tips of a Petaloo DIY Butterfly Blossom into the ink on your craft sheet, coloring just the edges. Use a hot glue gun to attach the flowers to the lower right hand corner of the tag, as shown. Tuck in the gift tag from Santa’s Journey.
  7. Use the Tim Holtz Stapler to attach ribbon to the top right and left hand corners of the tag to create a loop.
  8. Tie a fancy bow with the polka dot ribbon and use the glue gun to attach in the upper left hand corner of the tag.
  9. Loop a piece of red burlap string through the top of the miniature ornament. Tie a knot, then glue to the center of the bow. Top with the remaining Petaloo Flower.
  10. Spread a little glue at the base of the sled tag and sprinkle with Shaved Ice.
Merry and Bright Christmas Card with Pocket Tutorial

SUPPLIES:

Kraft & White Lace Cardstock
Red Burlap
Farmhouse Christmas Printed Canvas
Farmhouse Christmas Tags on Ivory
Red Ticking Canvas
Petaloo DIY Burlap Blossoms/Ivory
Rusty Jingle Bells
Polka Dot Red Organza
Sleigh brad
Stampendous Frantage Shaved Ice
Ranger Distress Crackle, Clear Rock Candy
Red Burlap string
TA Lobster Mist
TA Dazzling Diamonds Mist
Black and Ivory French Script
Red Ticking CS
Red Toile CS
Black and Ivory Mini Dot reverse CS
Instant Cocoa Pouch
Farmhouse Christmas Stripe on Ivory
Mini Christmas Stocking trim from the fabric store

Tools:

Glue Gun
Sewing Machine
Craft Mat

Directions:

  1. Use White Lace on Kraft cardstock to Create a 5″ x 7″ top fold card with inner pocket. I have tutorials on my blog for doing this. Spray with TA Diamond GM
  2. Cut a 4.75″ x 6.75″ rectangle of red burlap and fringe the edges.
  3. Cut a 4.5″ x 6.5″ rectangle of Farmhouse Christmas printed canvas and fringe the edges. Center on the red burlap and stitch both layers to the card base.
  4. Cut out the Merry Christmas Sentiment from Farmhouse Christmas Tags paper and sew onto a slightly larger piece of red ticking fabric. Fringe the edges of the ticking,then attach to the card as shown.
  5. Spray 3 Petaloo DIY Burlap Blossoms with Lobster Glimmer Mist. Dry with heat gun, scrunching the petals as you go. Brush with Distress Crackle. Sprinkle with Shaved Ice Frantage. When they are dry, glue into the lower right hand corner of the MErry Christmas sentiment, as shown.
  6. Tie a burlap string bow and tuck beneath the flowers.
  7. Tie a fancy bow with the red dot organza. Glue in the top left corner of the Merry Christmas Sentiment. Top with Jingle Bells.
  8. Line the top inside of the card with French Script and Mini Dot paper. Cut out the Merry Little Christmas tag and glue as shown. Top with stocking embellishment
  9. Line the bottom of the card with red toile, and the pocket flap with red ticking. Cut the Happy Holiday Stripe from the Farmhouse Christmas Stripe paper and glue on the pocket base.
  10. Tie a pouch of cocoa mix with a red bow and insert into pocket.

 

 

Tea Lover’s Birthday Card Tutorial

Keep Calm and Put the Kettle On:

Tea Lover’s Birthday Card Made with Canvas Corp Brands Beans and Bags

Hello, Friends!

My name is Kathy, and I am addicted to TEA!  The best part of each new day for me is the moment that I lift that steaming cup to my lips and take the first savory sip.  English Breakfast is a perennial favorite for me, but I also love Earl Grey, Constant Comment, Rooibus , and I’ll never say no to a creamy cup of spicy chai tea!  I am definitely a kinder, gentler Kathy after I’ve had my tea! Naturally I was tickled pink when Canvas Corp Brands released their Beans and Bags collection! I had some time to play with it this week, and it is awesome! The many fun papers and great vintage prints truly inspired me, and before I knew it, I was smack dab in the middle of creating a special tea lover’s birthday card.

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Pink and brown has to be one of my all time favorite color combos, and when you see the inside of this card, you’ll know why I decided to go in that direction.  Pairing feminine items with burlap creates texture and contrast that makes me totally happy. Here’s a simple tutorial to guide you through the creation of this Tea Lover’s Birthday Card.

How to make a Tea Lover’s Birthday Card:

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To build your card layers, do the following:

  • Cut the swirl panel from the Little Chocolate Pages on Ivory Cardstock and glue it down in the center of the Pink Toile panel.
  • Run a strip of Garden Rose Satin Ribbon up the left hand side of the Pink Toile on Ivory layer, securing the cut ends on the back side to keep them nice and neat.
  • Layer a 4″ white doily over that layer
  • Die cut Spellbinders Labels 34 Decorative accents from the Pink and Ivory Ribbon Stripe Cardstock and layer over the doily.
  • Die cut the teacups using Tim Holtz’ Tea Time Die. Cut one cup from Chocolate and Ivory Mini Dot Reverse cardstock, and the other from Ivory Cardstock. Emboss with the embossing folder of your choice. Use a stylus to round out the cup portion of the die cut. Ink with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.
  • Glue down the Chocolate Mini Dot Saucer that you die cut earlier. Then glue down the Chocolate Mini Dot Teacup.  Use foam dots to create an opening where the die is slit and fill the open space with a stamped sentiment. This one was in my stash, and it seemed appropriate for the card. Be sure to leave space between the saucer and the polka dot teacup for the ivory teacup.
  • Use foam dots to secure the Ivory Teacup to the card. Fill the center of the ivory cup with a folded up Gerbera Daisy. Add the tea tags as as I have here.
  • Tip: Save the strings that you pull from the burlap when you fringe it. They make awesome tea tags, string bows and are great for threading buttons!

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  • Fussy cut the clover honey, tea shop banner, tiny tea cup and fine china label from the Tea and Coffee Label page. Spritz the honey label and the fine china label with Vintage Pink Glimmer mist. Use a corner chomper punch to shape the edge of the honey label, and mat it on the Pink and Ivory Ribbon Stripe Cardstock die cut, tucking it behind the handle on the teacup. Use a glue gun to attach the burlap medallion.
  • Cut two small fishtail banners from Pink and Ivory Mini Dot Reverse Cardstock.  Glue just below the burlap strip, as seen in the photo.

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This tiny silver spoon is a treasure I picked up at an estate sale. Topped with a satin bow and gerbera daisy sticker, it’s the perfect finishing touch for this tea lover’s birthday card! But wait…the real party is on the inside of this card.

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Here, I’ve turned a Naked Mini Manila folder into a gift pocket for a foil wrapped English Breakfast tea bag.  And now you know why I chose the pink and brown color palette!

I’m finding that Beans and Bags is “precisely my cup of tea” and I can’t wait to play with it again. Canvas Corp has put together a fantastic “Mix and Match Pad” if you’re like me and just have to have it all! The fact that I can customize the papers to match whatever color palette I’m working with makes me a very happy gal!

Now, I think I’ll go pour myself a cuppa!

Thanks for stopping by!

Cheerio,

kathy

7 Gypsies American Vintage

7 Gypsies American Vintage Photo Crate and Travel Journal

Hello, Friends!  I don’t know about you, but I love a good road trip!  There’s something magical about waking up in the pre-dawn darkness and packing suitcases, snacks  and people into the car for a far away destination.  I have such great memories of car trips we took with our kids when they were small: the silly songs we sang, playing the Alphabet game, I Spy, counting cows, roadside picnics and even the bathroom breaks were fun.  So, I am super excited to share today’s project with you!  I’ve been busy working with 7 Gypsies American Vintage Collection…which was just released this week…and I have made the most fun travel journal ever!  It’s vintage, and funky, and fun, and interactive …and it’s in a photo crate!  How awesome is that????

Kathy by Design/7 Gypsies American Vintage Photo Crate

Kathy by Design/7 Gypsies American Vintage Photo Crate

This darling little photo crate measures 4″ x 6″ x 4″ so it’s the perfect size for holding photos, souvenirs, maps and all kinds of bits and bobs.  I changed the finish on mine by treating it to a light coat of Picket Fence Distress Paint and then lightly brushing it with Tattered Angels Roses R Red Glimmer Glam.  I wanted it to be the same color as an old barn on the side of a country road.  How’d I do?

American Vintage Crate 03aI used just about every single element found in this collection…and some besides…to fill up my crate with fun file folders, ephemera, journal notes, and papers. On the front of the crate, the borders from “Go and See” and “States I Visited” were used to decorate the slats.  I topped this off with the Road Trip book knob and a bunch of gears.

American Vintage Crate 04aYou know how when you are in the car, there’s something to see no matter what direction you look?  Well, I designed this crate so that no matter which side faces forward, there is a nice view to be had.  On the back of the crate, I created a happy little banner with denim and burlap from the famous scrap packs that are filled to bursting with fabric, burlap, paper and cord.  I hand cut my little banner pieces, then sewed them onto a piece of natural sisal roping and topped them with more gears. They are held in place with a jaunty pair of antique silver vintage clips. That great vintage truck is from the ephemera pack.  The crumpled road maps were fussy cut from the 8×8 paper pack.  I know nobody uses maps any more, but I kind of miss them…and this is how ours always ended up  looking after having been folded and refolded time and time again!

American Vintage Crate 05aI tinted a 2″ x 2″ stretched natural canvas with Blue Ribbon Chalkboard Mist, topped it with a fringed burlap square, another gear (that makes me think of a steering wheel) and some cut out words from the totally fun “Across the USA” 12×12 paper. American Vintage Crate 03bBoth short ends of the crate received a little ribbon treatment with Red Center Stitched Burlap Ribbon and a vintage button. You can also see another great ephemera bit here….I love these replicas of route signs!

American Vintage Crate 07aThere’s nothing but fun inside the crate!  On the right, I salvaged the gear package to make a really fun tag that looks like a vintage luggage tag.  On the left is one of the file folders that I loaded up with fabric and ephemera and then stuffed with the hilarious “Are We There Yet?” journal tag.  You will get quite a chuckle from the sayings because I guarantee, you’ve heard them all before.  And, this is a quick, easy way to document a trip.  Just fill it out and put it in the file folder along with photos, menus, and other great memorabilia.

American Vintage Crate 09aThe vintage photos on the “Go and See” 12×12 page are perfect for creating a quick card, journal page or in this case, a divider for the crate.  I made each divider the same way: cut a 5.75″ piece of Kraft C-Flute, paint with Roses R Red or Blue Ribbon paint, and top with one of the photo squares from the paper.  I added stitching, distressing, buttons and even stamped a compass on the paper.  The red cording adds great texture, as does the clothespin.

American Vintage Crate 10aI lined the back side of the C-Flute with paper from the double sided American Stamps paper. I love these bold stripes.  I cut a thumb hole in the top and did not glue the top edge down, creating a pocket for photos.  The 4″ x 6″ vintage post cards were scored, folded and turned into little journal notes.

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American Vintage Crate 12aI like that the file folders can be used horizontally or vertically.  This makes for a great look in the crate and gives you lots of options for designing.  Here, I mounted another of the border strips on a scrap of C-Flute and tucked a Travel Log notecard into the pocket.  I found these vintage keys in my stash, and thought they looked great with this line.  You could easily pre-load your crate with folders and dividers and then fill in the cards as you go…a great way to keep the kids engaged with the trip.

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These letters were fussy cut from the 8×8 pad and matted onto a journal page that I splashed and splattered with Glimmer Mist.

American Vintage Crate 14aHere’s the red barn that was the inspiration for this project along with some more fussy cut mini ephemera.

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American Vintage Crate 16aAmerican Vintage Crate 17aI made a handy little notebook to tuck into the crate by stitching papers into one of the file folders.  Don’t you love the vintage telephone dial?  Ask your kids or grandkids if they know what this is….that could lead to a really fun conversation!

American Vintage Crate 18aHere’s the inside of the file folder.  I love that these are decorated inside and out, making them reversible.

So, that’s my 7 Gypsies American Vintage Photo Crate and travel journal.  Doesn’t it just make you want to hit the road and go someplace?  I’ll bring the snacks!

Thanks for stopping by,

Cheerio,

kathy

Tattered Tangles Challenge

Canvas Corp Brands Tattered Tangles Challenge

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Hello, Friends!  Today’s project is a little “different for me.  It’s my project for the Canvas Corp Brands Tattered Tangles Challenge.

Have you been bit by the Zentangle bug yet?  It’s been growing in popularity for the past several years.  Here’s a definition I found online:

Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns. It is a fascinating new art form that is fun and relaxing. It increases focus and creativity. Zentangle provides artistic satisfaction and an increased sense of personal well being. Here’s a link to a YouTube video, if you are interested in learning more.

 

Now, some of us (ahem….I am referring to myself here) do not find Zentangle easy OR relaxing!  No offense if you love doing it…I’m just really drawing challenged, even if it is Zentangle drawing.  The good folks at Canvas Corp Brands know that some of us, er…..struggle…with this skill, and they have come up with a neat solution.  Their Tattered Angels brand carries a whole series of Tattered Tangles. (Think Paint by Numbers for the Zentangle challenged.)  And, they challenged the design team to create a Tattered Tangles project in their style.

I freaked out.

Seriously.

Big time freak out, hair pulling, laying awake at night, how can I make this work freak out time.

See…I am a vintage gal.  And while I am fascinated by the concept of Zentangle, as I mentioned above….I am Zentangle challenged.  And vintage.  I mentioned, vintage, right?  And Zentangle is so very NOT vintage.  So I got out the piece of Tattered Tangles that CCB tucked into my design team box . The basic shapes are all there, and you are meant to just fill in your own doodles in a playful sort of way.  Unless you are me…and you are freaking out, that is. Then you stare at it, and sweat.  And you put it in a drawer.  And then you take it out and stare at it a little longer. You might even say a bad word.  I am not saying that I did say a bad word…but I sure thought about it. And, well…truth be told, I might have said a bad word.   Maybe.

Time to put on my Brave Boots and give it a go.

And all of a sudden, a little light bulb went off in my brain.  And I began to doodle in a few more very basic shapes…and before I knew it…I had done my very first Tangle…and it wasn’t too hard.  OK…OK…so, maybe we can do this after all.

Then I whipped out my Tattered Angels Turquoise paints and began to play with those.  And when I was done, I thought…this sorta looks like waves.  Yeah, it could totally pass for waves.

So I grabbed my 7 Gypsies Maritime paper, because I am a beach loving vintage gal…and I began to play, and when I got done…this is what I had:

CCB Tangled Challenge 01Now, be kind….this is my very first Zentangle attempt.  And I’m not going to try to pass it off as a masterpiece or anything….but I really do kinda like it…and the tangled bits really do kinda look like waves. And it did kinda end up being fun.  I’m not saying I’m going to become a Zentangle fanatic or anything, but if you have been intrigued by the whole Zentangle craze, these Tattered Tangles are a gentle and fairly easy way to dip your toes into the water.

Here’s what I used to make this project:

And that, my friends, is all I have for you today.  I’d love to hear about your Zentangle experiences.  Share them with me below, won’t you?

Thanks for stopping by.

Cheerio,

kathy

 

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