The challenge for this week at"I am the Diva" is to create a tile using your "MacNCheese" ,or as we call it here in Canada my "Kraft Dinner" tangles, in other words to use those tangles that are easy and give you comfort, that you tend to use frequently because they help you relax and feel good.
I created my tile around my three "MacNCheese" tangles: "Flux" and "Tipple" both by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas and "Sand Swirl" by Karry Haun.
For this tile I used Brown, Black and Sepia Micron pens, "Burnt Ochre" (inside Sand Swirl) and "Metallic Gold"(for Tipple) Prismacolor Colored Pencils, white Gel Pen and graphite.
This was in deed a fun and relaxing challenge and time just flew by. Thank you Laura, it was nice to have the freedom and joy of doing those tangles that got me hooked into Zentangles and simply relax.
I hope you liked it and come back often! As always, if there is anything from this post that you would like to try in your own work please feel free to do so.
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