Blank Page Stare…

You know that feeling…blank with page…where do I start? I had that this morning as I am trying to shake the cobwebs and write. This week, I have to steal the moments to do my work/art related projects, as I am being visited by the most adorable 4 year old I know.


So I am stealing a few moments to share this week’s Diva Challenge (#307). I was treated to a new tangle, Zingo, by Indy and Mazzy (Molly’s Daughters) on a special episode of Kitchen Table Tangles. I followed along on another one of my pretty shaving foam marbled tiles.

Diva #307

Yesterday, we also had a great get together with our Southern California Tangles group. We did a fun exercise of passing the tile, to complete these fun tiles.


Each person started their string with 5 spaces, did the first tangle, and passed the tile. We had 2 groups of five, and it was great fun.

The Celtic Knot class last weekend was great fun, and everyone found my method really easy to learn. If you are sad because you could not be there, take heart. The kit with full instructions IS available! I will make a link later this week (I need to steal a few more minutes to re-edit some corrections into the instructions!)

And we have an awesome weekend workshop coming up with Risa Gettler on Visigothic Versals. Details are on the Calligraphy Page, but here is a sneak peek”


And now I am being summoned to go color with said 4 year old…

About CharkatTangles

Charlotte has been making "stuff" for a very long time. She started drawing and sewing at a very young age, and after the Navy trained her as a micro-miniatre repair tech (circuit board repair, soldering) she fell in love with playing with metal. And...being ADD, she keeps finding other cool things. In 2013, she found Zentangle® and changed her stars. Her world is everything Zentangle® now, and she is a Certified Zentangle® Teacher.
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9 Responses to Blank Page Stare…

  1. Love your Zingo tile. The marbled tiles are so fun! The Celtic knots are wonderful!

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  2. Interesting post: a wonderful Zinga tile, lovely work of your students and fantastic Celtic knots!

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  3. Annemarie says:

    Lovely, that Zingo with the soft colors.

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  4. michele says:

    Wow! I love all of the work you’re sharing here;-) That Zingo is very cool. I don’t know why, but it makes me think of the old Batman TV show when fights were punctuated with spiky word bubbles like “Ka-powww”;-)

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  5. dobriendesign says:

    The shaving foam tile is just great, what fun. Love your St Pat’s green tiles and Celtic work!

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  6. Simone Menzel says:

    I love your Zingo tile, especially the shading in read gives a stunning effect! And yout knotwork is awesome!

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  7. Heike says:

    The Zingo on marbeled background looks wonderful and all other artwork, too.

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  8. Jean Chaney says:

    Your Zingo looks right at home on that pretty softly colored tile!

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  9. Suzanne Fluhr says:

    Man, I wish I lived closer than 3,000 miles from your art studio. Your “pass the tile” projects look like they were fun to do and the products are lovely. I appreciate the touch of Irish green. It looks like you also had fun with your response to the Zingo challenge. (The cute video was soooo, well, cute.)

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