Originally uploaded by molossus aka rooibas We've long sought to replicate the beautiful patterns of nature. Throughout the ages, lacemakers have decorated clothing and beautified tabletops and fancied up their furniture with fluffy, delicate, or elegant streams of lace.
You can enhance your zentangles with a touch of LACY. This particular pattern makes me think of my Grandma's parlor.
I'm giving away a couple of pen sets today (this giveaway is now closed)!
Why am I doing this? I've started a Facebook group where people can share their Fun And Easy Landscape art and I'll have weekly challenges there as well. I thought this giveaway would help get the word out.
You do NOT have to join the group in order to enter the giveaway. If you managed to get here, you deserve the chance to win whether you join or not - just follow the rules below.
Please, only join the Facebook group if you want to share your Fun and Easy Landscape drawings or join the challenges. If you are interested, head on over to my Fun & Easy Landscape Landscape group (after entering the giveaway, of course).
The prize package includes:
A Pigma Micron 9 Pcs Pen Set with Zippered Pen Case. You can find my review here.
A Tombow Fudenosuke Brush Pen 3 Type Set. You can find my review here. (Note: these pens will fit into the Micron case that's included in the giveaway).
I've been on sort of a bracelet/gem pattern kind of a kick lately. I was looking at various kinds of chains and found one called a curb chain.
There are a lot of Celtic patterns out there. I didn't see any exactly like this, but there is most likely one somewhere. If you know of one, please let me know so I can give credit where credit is due.