Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Dex at the Beach

This weeks diva challenge is todos Monotangle of Dex. Since I am at the beach, of course I used my new favorite surface, shells.

Just get all the sand off and you are good to go. Micron works great. Jelly roll takes a bit more patience.


Monotangle with aura.


Dex in the round. Would that be a dexdala? I needed the guidelines and it bugs me that I can't erase them without smearing the ink, but I still think it is pretty cool.

And here are some more I've been playing with. I sold 20 of them at the HOOT convention so I figured I better make some more. They make cute necklaces.











Location:Myrtle beach

19 comments:

  1. Wow, your seashells look great with the zentangles on them. Great idea!

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  2. Makes me totally wish I had a beach nearby. These are gorgeous.

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    1. Me, too. I'm stuck in the desert. The seashells are amazing!

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  3. omg! these are absolutely beautiful tangles!!!!

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  4. Stunning!!!!!! Honestly, too good for words!

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  5. How cool is that!? I never ever would have guessed that the Microns work on shells. Great idea and beautifully done. I think I would buy one too. ^^

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  6. I spend my winters on Honeymoon Island. I have tons of shells. Can't wait to get back to try this out. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  7. What a great Idea to tangle Dex onto shells. very lovely, and great solution for using a monotangle.

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  8. Tangling on seashells is not easy, but the result is always GREAT. I LOVE your shells,

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  9. Wow, great collection of shell "tiles". Wonderfully done!

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  10. Like your Dex shells. They look great.

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  11. Shells make a lovely medium for Zentangle inspired art. What a clever idea! You work is beautifully executed.

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  12. These are just beautiful! Another new thing for me to try out on those clam shells that I have been saving at the lake.

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