Saturday, June 9, 2012

Zendala Dare #9

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This is the zendala Erin gave us this week. I was a bit apprehensive about this particular one. I like it to have a little more detail - it seemed too open.
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This is what I came up with. I tried out several patterns I had not used before. And I pulled out mooka - which I've used once. I think I'll try this again later in the week and see what else I can come up with.


Patterns included: mooka, trentwith, flooka, tipple, and beaded. I went for just a touch of color and used a Sakura Gelly Roll pen in the color green star. Join us here to see everyone's zendalas. You can even post one of your own :).

22 comments:

  1. Very pretty. I like the touch of colour and the beaded tangle on the outside. (If that's what that one is!)

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    1. yes, celia, that one is beaded :) easy and fun to draw and it looks cool!

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  2. The touch of color is perfect. Great tile.

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  3. It turned out very lovely!

    Annemarie Huijts

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  4. Beautiful! I love how you used Beadlines. Thanks for taking the Dare.

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    1. thank you for posting! i don't know where you find the blank mandalas, but keep 'em coming :)

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  5. Very pretty, and I love your mooka (that's one I'm just not comfortable with - yet). It looks great paired with flooka (new to me). Beaded adds the extra oompff. Lovely!

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    1. thanks, sue, i really like the flooka pattern. just saw it in an email this week :) so thankful for the zentangle email/blogs/pinterest boards!

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  6. Beautiful tile. I love the teal in the middle and the beaded tendrils.

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  7. Love that you didn't let the template lines get in the way of choosing Mooka it's a perfect fit. Also like the mooka variation in the center

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    1. it's really hard for me to remember i don't have to stick completely to the lines - haha!

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  8. Great job, the colour is a great way to make the Mooka stand out. I had not come across Flooka before so I will give that one a try now.

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  9. A very pretty and dainty zendala! Love the touch of color.

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  10. Beautiful! The touch of color adds so much.

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  11. Alice, this looks awesome! I love your mooka..I never have learned to do that one justice! The color in that first one is fabulous!

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  12. I love the mooka, beaded string, paradox, and the small circles! I love it all!

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  13. Very pretty, i see we thought along the same lines!

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  14. This is so pretty and I love the touch of color!

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  15. Beautiful Zendala! The golden background - is it colored by you or an addition of some kind? It looks lovely and goes so well the the teal center. Love all your Tangles and how you executed them.

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    1. thank you! the golden background is a sheet of scrapbook paper that i laid the white tile on to take the picture :)

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