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Saturday, March 5, 2011

Dragonfly Zentangle

Sorry about my long almost 2 week absence.  Unfortuneately, I became addicted to a silly game called Farmville on Facebook.  My sister called and needed a friend, talked me into playing and I was hooked from the start.  Jumped to level 30 in under 2 weeks.  Anyone else addicted and need another neighbor?

Enough babbling, onto my latest zentangle for in my zentangle journal.  I'll show the entire journal when I finish the picture pages.  This one is done around 3 images from Wild Frog Creations Rubber stamps Mosaic Frog Sheet.  The page is another 81/2" X 11".  Whatcha think?  I believe if you click on the picture it will take you to a larger image.

13 comments:

  1. Oh wow Shelley its fabulous, must have taken you hours. Annette x

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  2. This is amazing! Love the Farmville story! I am sent games requests and I won't touch that! Too many problems staying away from blogging!!! Have a lovely weekend and thank you for today's visit!

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  3. Oh wow.... TOTALLY amazing!!! I love this! I try to stay off fb and never did get into the games... just too much to do and too little time to do it I guess! Have a great weekend!

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  4. Shelley this is masterful. wonderful work. yes i play too much FV myself and it is a bad influence on one's art. keep this gorgeous work coming! xo

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  5. Great zentangle art, I just watched a video on this technique, havent tried it yet.
    and I'm staying away from Farmville, No doubt I would be addicted too! LOL
    hugs Lynn

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  6. It's funny how quickly we can become hooked on things isn't it! Love your zentagle, it is so fantastically detailed.

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  7. MAGNIFICENT, Shelley! I absolutely love zentangles!

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  8. I am fighting a losing battle with Zumba on FB! I was doing Farmville but I hated it when my crops withered. lol.

    Love your zentangle - it's so complex!

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  9. Wonderful creation, thanks for sharing!

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  10. Wonderful. How long did this take you?

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  11. Beautiful zentangle :) I got hooked on farmtown for awhile but now I'm over it and can't remember the last time I was there...darn games :)

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  12. Absolutely stunning. I admire those with the patience to do this as well as produce other stunning pieces of art.

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  13. Your zentangles are *WONDERFUL*!!! You are the first person I actually "know" who is doing these. I stumbled across them last summerl through a member in one of my Ravelry groups and I got hooked on doing small ones (post card or smaller) when I needed to preserve sanity in waiting rooms or when I could hide safely at work on crazy days. This winter I got Mom doing them to help her sleep. Mine aren't nearly as nice as yours... I can't imagine getting ones as large as your, done! I also never even thought of using a rubber stamp as a central starting focus!!! Wonderful! It's great you are keeping them to create a journal. I've only done them for the sake of the process, the "meditation" aspect and they usually end up folded and smeared even when I don't mean to. I often have to do a hasty pocket stash, especially at work. LOL!!! Those are usually ATC sized though so no great loss. I can't wait to try a couple larger ones with a rubber stamped focus image! Thank you for the inspiration... :-)

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