Wednesday, December 24, 2014

Zensdays with Lynell and Wayne #8

It's Christmas Eve and all through the house....yes, you know the drill. Lots of hustle bustle in our house and I am looking forward to not a creature stirring ...it's time now to relax for a few days and reflect on all the things that are most important ...family, friendships and making these our priorities. (For those of you who are following our monthly challenge on Thursdays come back on Christmas day... you have another week to join. Then return on Jan 1st to see who wins.)

Until then here is our ZIA (zentangle inspired artwork) to celebrate this Season of Joy! Wayne created the wreaths in the windows of tile grid stencil (LJ812) and used the new tangle pattern Akoya by CZT Sandy Hunter...click HERE to see the step outs on how to do this. Next he added the color with the LePlume Alcohol Markers by Marvy Uchida (which are permanent). I stenciled a blue halo around each Akoya wreath with Sky Blue Brilliance ink and then made his work into a card with the Merry Christmas stencil (LM134) sentiment paste-embossed with glossy white embossing paste (DGWP). Wayne added a shadow effect with a micron pen on the sentiment. A metallic gold bow finished the card. Now it's time to send out all of our Christmas cards.... Merry Christmas!




7 comments:

Jan Castle said...

Magnificent work!!! Sad to say I did not get even one Zentangle attempted on our cruise! Sooooo much walking and even busy on board ship. The plane was Very crowded with no elbow room, I could barely read an e-book! My stash of pen and paper went unused - LOL! Happy to be home and viewing your wonderful work!!!!
Merry Christmas to you and yours,
Jan

Betsy Wilson said...

Lovely Akoya! I especially like the blue peppermint! And the leaf center. And the color. And the lovely orbs. And and and!! Nicely done.

ionabunny said...

Oh wowzer, that's really fab. God Jul from Norway. Hugz

Christina Doré said...

Fantastic zentangling and a wonderful card!

BurningRubber said...

When I saw the first 2, I thought of DNA. I love them. So cool.

Pam Hornschu said...

I can't stop checking out all of the details! Wonderful collaboration, you two!

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