Good morning and happy Friday!  First, let me thank everyone who left comments and even sent emails regarding The E-Team.  It’s wonderful to know that we have touched and inspired so many of you . . . it means the ride was worthwhile and very rewarding!

I also want to take this opportunity to let you know that I’m NOT going anywhere, that I’m personally not retiring.  I think my post wasn’t very clear on the fact that only the design team, The E-Team, is retiring.  All the individual designers will be around, on their blogs and creating more art!

I’m still working with Spellbinders, and am at this point of the month, terribly behind on my projects!  I need to go barricade myself in the studio for the rest of the day and tomorrow and get some projects ready to be posted by Saturday night (that is the end of the month right?).

I’m so glad that many of you enjoyed the tangle work SO, I’m going to take the liberty to share some more with you today.  As I said, I’ve been spending many hours in hospital and doctor office waiting rooms both with Mallory and with my mother.  My journal has been tucked in my purse each trip and has helped me entertain myself while I’ve been waiting.  It’s also helped me NOT to worry so much, keeping me preoccupied with something other than the fact that my family members are having tests run.

This first page resulted from a lark.  While working on another journal page for an eP hop, I had stenciled some butterflies that I didn’t use for the hop.  I happened to flip to that page one day and here’s what I came up with.


As you can see, I’m having lots of fun incorporating different tangles and doodles, seeing what can work well together and what can’t.

Here’s another that I did one day while waiting.


Both of these are just free-form doodling.  I didn’t draw the box or add the thread that is typical of Zentangle.  I just started doodling, adding something here and there and then bringing it all together.

I have a few more to share, but my camera wasn’t behaving well when I took these this morning.

Well, that’s all for now.  I’m going down to work to see if I can catch myself up!  Thanks for stopping by and remember to grab and hold on to the adventures that come your way today.  We did the other day . . . sorority had our social night out on the river enjoying a boat ride . . . and boat drinks . . .


13 Responses to “Tangling!”

  1. These are amazing ! Seriously , if these were sold as stencils I would pick up art journaling just so I could use them !!!

  2. Awesome!!!!!! Thanks for sharing.

  3. These are very good consider you call them doodling, I call it art, quite stunning and must have taken ages. I looked up zen tangling on line a few months ago after I heard a British craft designer talking about it on TV. I have been trying to do some myself but it never looks good at all. My 6yr old niece could do better LOL!

    I am pleased you are still working with Spellbinders and look forward to reading your blog.

    Crafting hugs for what sounds like an industrious design session.
    Take care
    Ness xx

  4. AWE- SOME!!! Love these Sherry!


  5. Wow these are so cool, what a great way too pass the time and be productive at the same time! I love the colored butterflies on top 🙂

  6. Sherry! These are phenomenal!!!!! I cannot get over how gorgeous the butterfly page is. I wish you lived next door so I could pop over for a lesson. I’ve been wanting to learn how to Tangle for over a year now, and just haven’t had the time to jump in and get my feet wet with it. These are very inspiring!

  7. There’s tangles, and then there’s TANGLES! You make this artform so much more artsy with your additonal shadings and shadows. LOVE it.

  8. You really got the hang of this. Your zentangles pieces are stunning.

  9. Another beautiful piece!! I play around with tangles (very badly I might add). After seeing yours I really need to be a little more serious about it. Awesome job!!

  10. damn, those are awesome. got notification that my Z books will be arriving on the 5th. can’t wait. love your freehand doodling.

  11. WOWZA!! You are an extremely talented lady. I have always been inspired by your creativity and these tangles are over the top. PLEASE keep sharing these and best wishes for your family’s good health.

  12. You’re very good at this, Sherry! Extremely good. Phenomenal, in fact. Your shapes and shading, the easy flow of your doodles indicate to me that you have a real artist’s hand. Love it!

  13. In a word…WOW!

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