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Zentangle's I created between the weeks of 3/24-4/14

Dear Readers:
I have been behind on posting my Zentangles. A few of the Zentangles are created with templates. I created a birthday card for my mother in blue pen from scratch. I did not use a template. I sketched out in pencil first then went over it in blue pen. I also created a blue Easter card for my mother that has a cross on it. Did that from scratch no template just pencil and then changed it to blue ink. Hope you enjoy viewing.

 Created free hand the birthday card above for my mother's birthday April 14.
 The piece above was created with Zentangle stencil that 
I borrowed from the past zentangle class I had taken. I finally filled it in.
 The template for the above picture can be found on this website
http://flickrhivemind.net/Tags/zendala
The Easter egg card above I created free
hand for my mother for Easter.
 Zentangle dare # 47 outline came from this website below
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/03/zendala-dare-47-losing-it.html

 Zentangle dare # 4 outline came from this website below
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2012/05/zendala-dare-4.html
 Zentangle dare # 50 outline came from this website below
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/03/zendala-dare-50.html
 Zentangle dare # 48 outline came from this website below
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/03/zendala-dare-48.html
The template for the above picture came from this website
http://lacefairytangles.blogspot.com/2011/12/free-mandala-templates.html

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  1. Didn't you say you're new at this? These are gorgeous!! Looks like you've caught on VERY quickly. :)

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