Weekly Zentangle Challenge - Faeryland

After two loads of laundry and packing up all the foodstuff in the kitchen (leaving us enough food for the rest of the week), I decided to take a break. Just chill out. What better way to chill for awhile than by doing the weekly tangle challenge. This week's guest post was from Carol Bailey Floyd. She had us create a Zentangle environment where fairies would feel at home.




I'm hoping to do another one later tonight while catching up on episodes of Battlestar Galactica, but not sure when I'll be able to post them. Hopefully we'll be in the new house by the end of this week, and we may or may not have internet hooked up yet.

I'm just hoping that we get into the house before Ian arrives. All of his stuff (crib, changing table, clothes, food, diapers) is all set up in the nursery, while all of our junk is still over here! My baby's got a nicer pad than we do at the moment (and less dusty/piled with boxes).

Why is it that moving always kicks up the most dust and fur and dirt? We have hardwoods, and apparently, cat hair and dust just collects in the strangest places you wouldn't think to look, so when you start moving things, all that dust and hair comes poofing out.


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11 comments:

  1. So cute! The fairies will love it.

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  2. Very lovely....I love the soft colors!

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  3. Gorgeous!! Love the use of color!!

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  4. Beautiful -simply beautiful. (Good luck with the move. It's amazing how much dirt we discovered when we moved out of our house. *sigh*)

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  5. Is that fairy dust? magical fairy land. XOXO Zoe

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  6. Lovely and colour-filled! Beautiful.

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  7. I'm loving all the color...I might have to give it a try!

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  8. I love how you did your Fescu and the color is so fun. It's a very appealing fairy garden atmosphere, and I can almost feel the fairies hovering out of sight!

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  9. I love the colors in this one. Very nice!

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  10. What a luscious environment; love the color and flowing waterfall. It has a wonderful woodcut look to it!

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