Friday, July 3, 2015

Mandala and a Template

I love working on mandalas.
And if you have some great templates to work with, 
they are really easy and fun to create.
My friend Genevieve Crabe has a group of templates on her blog that you can download and use -
for FREE!
Here is a link to her blog Tangle Harmony and the templates she has listed.
For this mandala, I used Genevieve's #39 template,
and a piece of paper I had used Dylusions Ink Sprays on.
I transferred the template to my paper, and started filling in the sections.
You will notice in the first inner ring,
I combined the sections she had drawn
and turned that into a ring of All Boxed Up.
Templates are meant to be used as a guide.
Feel free to combine sections or move the lines around.
Mandalas! So much fun!


The Creator's Leaf

8 comments:

  1. How do you transfer the template to your paper?

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    1. transferring the template is very easy, janet. print out the template in the size you want, turn it over and shade the back side of the template with a pencil. then turn it back over, lay it over your paper you want to transfer it to, and trace over the lines. i use a ballpoint pen. this transfers the design with graphite. :)

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  2. I like how you incorporate tangling in your art. Love the background!

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    1. thank you so much, i love tangling like this!

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    1. your template :) thanks for being so generous and sharing them with us! <3

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  4. I like your Flescu (Flux/Fescu) if I'm not mistaken combined with the lines of All Boxed Up - isn't it brilliant the way that Mandalas lend themselves to combining elements so that the outcome is absolutely unique to every individiual?
    Paula (PEP)

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