These are beautiful!!! Love Zinger the way you used it in the first one.
Thank you Anne. Is it called Zinger? I have been calling it "Indy-Rella with a Tail" !!
your zendala is beautiful
Verne and I thank you
Thanks for sharing all the versions of the zendala challenge. It's amazing the different looks you achieved using the same template. I'm from southeastern Pennsylvania and the colored ones remind me of Pennsylvania Dutch hex signs. I like the way you allowed the first one to go beyond the lines. Very nice work.
Verne and I thank you Suzanne. I see the Dutch pattern there! I will now have to find out here Verne is from!
All three are beautiful and oh so different! I like them all, but that third one is my favorite--so unique!
Verne and I thank you very much
Wow, three Zendalas. I love the coloured ones, I haven't seen many coloured Zendalas in this challenge.
Verne and I thank you! Verne tells me she is new to color..wow right!
very delicate zendala's. I like the "waving"thing around the tile
What a beautiful and are all different!I love it!
thank you Melkota
All three are amazing with the amount of detail used. Very impressive! Sarah.
Verne and I thank you Sarah.
All three are beautiful! Each of them has its own impression! Great work!
Thank you LonettA
Nice work. I like the Dooleedo combined with the Zinger. Very organic Zendala.
Thank you Donald!!Lee Darter
Gorgeous zendalas, all three of them! My personal favorite is the second, it is so harmonic in its tangle patterns and colors and I love the way you highlighted the outer blue and white shapes with those reflections.
Verne and i thank you very much...I know Verne is really starting to get into the color!Lee Darter
The tangles in your first Zendala are just gorgeous! What is that wavy one with the half moons in the oval shapes? I love it!
The wavy tangle is called Pavonia and it was created by Angie ShadeI am glad you like it.Lee Darter
These are beautiful zendalas!
Thank you Sidney...you have to come to an advanced class and meet Verne. I think the 2 of you would really hit it off!
Your zendala's are all gorgeous! The first one is my favorite, there's a lovely balance of organic and graphic symmetry. Thank you for visiting and commenting on my blog;-)
Thank you Michele and I love your blog and all the colored paper!http://coffeencreativity.blogspot.com/