In January 2014 at the Craft & Hobby Association (CHA) there was a project introduced called Banners of Hope. The banners were displayed at CHA and then donated to Charity Wings to be used as a traveling exhibit to promote the healing art of crafting. (More details can be found at www.craftandhobby.org.)
Since I don’t have usable sewing machine to create a banner with fabric elements, I decided to tangle my contribution.
I used Big Brush pens from Faber Castell as well as various Pitt Pens. The banner is made of canvas.
Greetings! Thank you for visiting Tina’s Tangles. I will be sharing a variety of Zentangle® based projects as well as other art.
I first met Rick and Maria at a training class they taught for retailers in March of 2010. It was an early Sunday morning class. As they explained the Zentangle® methodology and taught us our first tangles, I was hooked! When we finally got kicked out of the room so it could be set up for the next event, I couldn’t wait until the rest of the day was over to go back to my room and tangle some more!
I attended the first CZT certification class I was able to! I started a blog at that point. . . . lost it to a corruption on a server . . . and this is take 2!