Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Serendipity Stamps Challenge #13

Hi there!

It is time once again for a new challenge on the Serendipity Stamps Challenge Blog. The challenge this week was to add some Zentangle artwork to our cards. If you aren't familiar with Zentangle, it is basically elaborate doodling. Go check out the website if you'd like more info. Being not a Zentangle pro, I basically added very non-elaborate doodling to my card. I tried to just doodle without getting too caught up - you know, the pass the time, waiting for the meeting to be over kind of doodling.

I started by stamping The Little Things sentiment in the center of my card and let my doodling free-form around it. When I was finished, I went in with some Copic markers to add a little color (shame on me).

Stop over to the Challenge Blog for all the details and to see the fabulous inspiration from the rest of the Design Team:

Also be sure to check out the details about this week's challenge prize, a set of 30 alcohol ink-based markers donated by Marvy Uchida. Serendipity's special this week is buy 3 items, get 1 free through 6/12. There are also tons of wood-mounted stamps on sale. Go check them out!

Thanks for stopping by, take care!

STAMPS: The Little Things - Serendipity Stamps
CARDSTOCK: Oatmeal, Black, Lake House - Wplus9
INK: Onyx Black Versafine - Tsukineko
OTHER: Copic Markers


  1. This is no ordinary doodling Anya...such intricate patterns you have created. Love that you added some shading with the copics. Great job!

  2. Hi ho hi ho a doodling we will this card! But I think I will have a hard time with this....but I love trying new things! Love the wee bit of color you added to your sweet doodling!

  3. Very pretty!Love your sentiment!!!

  4. You go girl. This is amazing and a true work of art!

  5. Your doodles are fab - looks like a hand written note! I like the soft coloring and am impressed with all the neat patterns and images you came up with!

  6. Love all your doodling! You did lots and ended up with a fun card! Great job!

  7. Love this Anya! That things are not connected and you have more white space makes it really different looking... the individual patterns stand out more. Love it!

  8. Love your zentangle Anya, so full of movement and energy, very inspiring.

  9. 'Kay.... you must have a degree in doodling!! This is wonderful!! Love the touches of color!


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