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My October - December 2013 Zentangle Designs

While I sit at work half an hour before I am due to be there or at breaks and meal times and during the hour I am waiting for TABE test students to take their tests at work. I sit and be creative. Sometimes I go through other zentangle sites to get ideas what to doodle. I do part of the template in pencil first before deciding to change it over to pen. I use bic or gel pens depending on my mood. I find it very relaxing and usually get lost in time.  Below each picture is where you can find the template online and print it off for yourself.
I have been really busy preparing for craft shows and making things for people that the zentangle doodling have been put on hold. Maybe I will do more after the new year.
The above zentangle dare #49 came from template that can be found from this site
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/03/zendala-dare-49.html

The above zentangle dare #75 came from template that can be found from this site
http://www.thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/09/zendala-dare-75.html

The above zentangle dare #76 came from template that can be found from this site
http://www.thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/10/zendala-dare-76.html

  looking for this one online ?
The above zentangle dare #37 came from template that can be found from this site
 http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2012/12/zendala-dare-37.html
The above zentangle dare #12 came from template that can be found from this site
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2012/06/zendala-dare-12.html

The above zentangle dare #70 came from template that can be found from this site
http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/08/zendala-dare-70.html
The above zentangle dare #71 came from template that can be found from this site
 http://thebrightowl.blogspot.com/2013/08/zendala-dare-71.html

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