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Zentangle-inspired holiday ornaments

Zentangle-embellished ornamentIn this 13-minute video, publisher and CZT® Suzanne McNeill demonstrates how to add beads and tangled cardstock flowers to add a Zentangle® flair to purchased tree ornaments.

These Zentangle-embellished ornaments make wonderful keepsakes for yourself or to give as treasured handmade gifts.

Suzanne features her Zentangle 3 book in the video.

Handmade ornament by Susan MeeksSuzanne’s project was inspired by Susan Meeks of Bellaire TX who makes hundreds of these ornaments a year. You can see Susan’s handcrafted inspirations featuring glitter, crystals, hand beading and poinsettias in her etsy shop at OrnamentsBySusan.

For Your Complete Zentangle® Library

Visit the BOOK REVIEWS tab at the top of the page for details on any of these fun Zentangle® books.

Visit the BOOK REVIEWS tab at the top of the page for details on any of these Zentangle® books.

If you do not have access to Amazon, you can also find these on the Book Depository website and they always ship free, worldwide! Simply click this image:

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