Monday, March 14, 2016

Zentangle® in Irish Green and an Inchie

A touch of Irish is the prompt over at I am the Diva. I made a couple of magnets in green and then I made two in blue for a friend. Each of these is one inch.

There is no focus tangle posted for Square One on Facebook this week.

Every Inchie Monday's prompt word is "island". Welcome to The Island of Misfit Toys! I found a free coloring book page and sized it down to one inch.

Thanks for stopping by. I enjoy reading your comments!

44 comments:

  1. OOOh the Enzepple magnets are the bomb!

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    1. Thank you, Lorrna. The blue 'Nzepple is my favorite. I used Copic markers to color that one.

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  2. What a fun idea for the inchie this week

    Love Chrissie xxx

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    1. It was fun to try to color all of those elves in one little inch LOL!

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  3. Nice! Nzeppel is one of my favorites and it looks great here.

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    1. I have always loved 'Nzeppel, Dorita. The one in the blue is so much better than the one in green. By the second colors, I realized that it is much easier (turns out nicer) to do it drawn on a big sheet and then cut it out with my 1" punch!

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  4. Your magnets are exquisite! ๐Ÿ˜ Most attractive - pardon the pun! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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    1. Okay, Miss Nadjezdah, you made me laugh :

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  5. ooh - misfit toys - sounds like a neat place to visit

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    1. Kia added: p.s don't know the reference so that may or may not be true.

      It has been many years since I had a little one here, so I don't really remember. But, I'm sure it worked out well for everyone in the end.

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  6. I like the Nzeppel ones too. And such a clever idea.

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    1. I'm quite sure I didn't think of this myself. I spend many fun hours watching how to videos and reading about crafty and Zentangle ideas, that I certainly picked someone else's brain for this one. Thank you, Magrat. I think this will be very nice gifts to give to friends.

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  7. Very clever to make something so small and to have incorporated tangles too.

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    1. Some tangles are fun to do in miniature, YT. Reminds me of beginner tiles where everything is often done tiny LOL!

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  8. Your magnet gems are just lovely, I want to try these. Your inchie elves brought a big smile to my face.

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    1. Thank you, Daniele. I think I might approach one and do it like the actual gems that we all seem to be trying these days. I'll bet that would work out well too. Glad I made you smile :)

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  9. Oh I've never thought about magnets! Love them all :)

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    1. They are fun to make, Tina, and are great to display some Zentangle on your frig :)

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  10. The magnets are beautiful and I love the take on the inchie theme!

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    1. Thank you, Freebird. Both of these were fun prompts this week.

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  11. The magnets are beautiful (have to buy some myself if I can find them).

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    1. Thanks, Annemarie. Do you have Amazon in Holland? That's where I got the domes. The magnets came from our local hardware store :)

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  12. Very nice magnets, I woudn't know how to make those little jewels. It was a splendid idea to make them with Zentanglepatrons and also a beautifull little treasure to give to someone you love. I'm sure they will appreciate it very much!

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    1. Thank you, Ria. I have very supportive family and friends, at least to my face, of my little homemade cards and gifts :)

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  13. I love those magnets! your inchie is adorable;-)

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  14. Wow ... the magnets are gorgeous! What a great idea!

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    1. Thank you very much, Annette. They were fun and easy to do.

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  15. Great idea with the magnets! Yours are beautiful. I will have to try and find the domes. I want to try this out!

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    1. I think I got the domes from Amazon, Kate. They are fun to do and I have a couple of students that always like to try something new, so I think I will do these with them soon.

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  16. Jean, who could pass up the elf who wanted to be a dentist. What!, is he crazy??? Fun idea for the inchie and the Zentangle inchie magnets are way cool. Have a brilliant day! Cheryl

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    1. Well, maybe he only dealt with wooden teeth, Cheryl LOL! Thanks always for your fun comments!

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  17. Lovely magnets and very cute inchie too.

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  18. Those magnets are so pretty - I especially like the two 'nzepples, especially the blue. And the misfit elves make me smile.

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    1. I have to admit that I rushed through the green ones, Donna, and really took my time on the blue. Thank you so much.

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  19. Fun! I like the magnets & the colouring page look a hoot

    Sally

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    1. There are so many fun and free coloring book pages out there, Sally. I think a lot of them would work for art journaling too!

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  20. Great idea! Love your beautiful magnets and the coloring page!

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  21. The magnets are very beautiful - I love the right one of the blue so much!!!

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    1. That one is my favorite one too, Sandra. Thank you :)

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