Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Hideaway

I had a wonderful weekend at both the CZT Hideaway and Retreat to Paradise. It was both inspiring and humbling to be around that much talent. Both retreats were run so well.  Over the next few weeks, I'm sure I'll be sharing some of the objects form our goodie bags as I have time to tangle them.

But in the meantime, I want to share my newest tangle that I call Hideaway. I got it from the design of a confessional screen from the TV show Touch and introduced it at the Hideaway.  It is easy to do and has endless tangleations.

Hideaway Borders
I did this tile at the hideaway. That beauty in the middle is based on a tangle that Peg Farmer introduced at the CZT Hideaway.  (Follow the link to Anne's blog for a sneak peek.)
And, finally, I decided to use it in this week's Diva challenge: using square strings.  

If you want to see more about what we did at CZT Hideaway, you need to see Anne's blog.  She did a great job showing the highlights of this wonderful weekend.

If you try this tangle, please let me know what you think of it.

(Come back tomorrow for Day 33 of One Zentangle a Day virtual book club.)

12 comments:

  1. Your first tile has such a lovely dimension to it. Very nice!

    ReplyDelete
  2. I like your new tangle. Both of the tiles you did are beautiful. Your shading of course is amazing.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Love, LOVE those Hideaway borders! And that first tile you did is amazing. ps...You mean Peg Farmer, not Linda. :)

    ReplyDelete
  4. What gorgeous happy dancing tiles!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love the new tangle and both tiles. Looks like the Hideaway was fun!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I really love Hideaway and can't wait to use it! Your tiles are cheerful and it looks like you had lots of fun doing them. :)

    Jacque Solomon
    www.tanglebright.com

    ReplyDelete
  7. These are so neat, I've never tried to do this before...maybe I need to take your 'zentangle quiz!' I've never seen a step-by-step like that before, thanks for sharing. And I just became your latest follower. :)

    Rita

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks so much. I hope you continue to like what you see here. The step-by-step instructions are what is the makes Zentangle a process that anyone can do. Take the quiz. Give it a try.

      Delete
  8. Great job, Cris! I love your new pattern and can't wait to try it. Of course, your shadings wonderful!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks. Can't wait to see what you do with it.

      Delete

Your comments brighten my day. Thanks.

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.