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Tangle Refresher 20

Tangle Refresher!You can certainly tell it’s Spring here in north Florida – a layer of green pollen blankets everything especially our vehicles. And snowbirds blanket our roads and beaches :-)

We Floridians are thankful for the boost to our economy the snowbirds bring, and this year I’m especially thankful that several members of my family have traveled South to visit and spend quality time with Robert and I. We’ve even had a Zentangle® class.

Today we’re visiting the beach – none of us are sunbunnies, so we walk for a bit and take in the salty ocean breezes then head for a good place to have lunch. Good meals are a major feature of our family visits. Their time here with us is wrapping up, so now we’re cramming in everything we haven’t done so far.

Speaking of things we haven’t done yet {how about that for a smooth segue?} …

The Tangle Refresher series, aka Buried Treasure, is all about highlighting hidden tangle gems from the past. It can remind you of patterns you might not have used for a while or introduce you to patterns you might not have come across yet.

Here are five more tangle pattern gems from a year ago for your tangling pleasure. Zenful tangling!

Buried Treasure from a year ago

Zentangle pattern: Verdigogh

Verdigogh
Zentangle pattern: Fish Net Fish Net
Zentangle pattern: Trimonds Trimonds
Zentangle pattern: Twistee Twistee
Zentangle pattern: Loops Loops

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3 comments to Tangle Refresher 20

  • Barbara Kuropatwa

    where can I find the tangles that are left blank in your tangle patterns thingielol.
    thanks barb.

  • Wanda

    Linda, I lived in Chiefland, FL for 15 years before moving north to be with my grandchildren. Miss those beaches. Loved to walk on the beach. No sun bathing or swimming but love the sound of the surf. I remember the green pollen too. Thanks for reminding me of my Florida life.

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