Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Organic tangles - New Class!


Announcing a new class. Organic tangles! This class will incorporate tangles that relate to things found in nature. As we learn these tangles we will then use them to complete a greeting card. Any variety of sentiments can be substituted for the one shown in the photo. 

One of the tangles shown is 'Zinger' - this is the latest tangle shown in the zentangle newsletter. I'll show you some tangleations of Zinger in this class!

The first date scheduled for this class is January 27th, 1 pm at Banbury Fair in Bartlett, IL.630 837-1727 
Details can be found under the tab marked 'zentangle classes'. Please note, this is an intermediate class and students should have already taken a Basics class first.

13 comments:

  1. What a tremendously beautiful card!

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  2. Sue - I've started using zentangle in my card-making too and people are raving about it!! But this, here, is a whole other level of beauty compared to what I can ever hope to do.

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  3. Can you do this class online? Would love to take this class, because I find the organic patterns very callenging.
    Have fun!

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  4. Sue, your card is lovely. I bet everyone will have a wonderful time in your class. I think the organic tangles really go well together.

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  5. A lovely postcard Sue! If you lived in Holland, I would love to come to a class of yours.

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  6. What a beautiful greeting card. I truly love the organic tangles the best, and you've done a lovely job here. Nice :)

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  7. Organic tangles are my favorites, and this is a luscious card.

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  8. This is so beautiful, Sue. I do a lot of greeting cards, so I may sign up!

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  9. I have just started a few 'card' tangles and love your version. I also find myself using the organic patterns the most and have to pull myself away to the more geometric to keep a variety going.

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  10. This is really lovely Sue. Organic is so popular and looks so good.

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  11. Wonderful Sue! I wish I was closer as I don't do organic very well - such a great idea :)

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  12. Love this tile, and a great idea to do a class with organic tangles!
    I wish I could take this class.

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