This is a beautiful response to the challenge! Bet your son loved his "name" in lights.
i like the figure 8s around the post - very pretty!and your son's name - i bet he loves this present!
Glad you like my work, and great to have you join my blog Alice.
Your designs are outstanding and lend themselves perfectly to the challenge!
Very kind of you ledenzer.
Have just found your blog and enjoyed reading the older posts. I love your background birds - they make me smile too! I hope you can fulfill your dream of coming to the US for CZT training! My family lives in NSW and Victoria so I know a bit about the cost of fares to and from the US!Your tangles are just so inspiring - the confidence with which you draw your lines is something I'd love to develop. I have been giving a great deal of thought to the difference between those who are both instinctively creative and trained in one way or another, and those of us who do not have those innate skills. Zentangle gives the latter group a creative outlet - but there is still a profound difference in the outcome of our work. It is like comparing someone with the innate ability to learn a second language with someone (like me) who has soldiered through French class for 6 years. We can both communicate more than adequately, but no one would say I had an innate ability!!!Anyway, I have linked to your blog and look forward to reading your new post! Thanks! Jakki
Hi Jakki, thanks for yur encouragement, and nice to have you follow my blog. I think we all have a bit of creative in us, and it is such a joy to lead people into theirs when they think they have NO creativity whatsoever. Had a workshop yesterday and did just that, it opens up a new dimension for some people. The zentangle"family' are great, we can learn so much from others who do inspire us, and cause us to MOVE on! lol.