Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Zensdays with Lynell and Wayne #9

What are you doin' New Years....New Year's Eve?

I am sharing a couple of ZIA pieces that Wayne made this past year.

This piece is actually very simply done using Verdigogh  (by Maria Thomas) for the pine needles and Tagh for the pine cones.

No color on this one...just elegant in black and white.

Beautiful, isn't it? Please leave him a comment below.

If you want to learn more about these and other tangles go to

I haven't made this one into a card yet, but Wayne Sten-tangled this one inside the umbrella stencil (LG737) which I had already colored in blue ink using a stencil brush. Next he outlined it with a yellow florescent glaze pen from the Moonlight collection by Sakura.

I wanted to use this one because it is raining in Southern California today and I always feel like rain starts out the New Year fresh and clean!

Happy New Year! Pop by Thursday to see who our winners are for the month of December Quick and/or Cute Challenge...


ionabunny said...

These are gorgeous. Love the pine cones. Amazing there are tangles. Thought you were going into botanical drawing LOL. Love, love the umbrella. That's so cute. Hope you have a great evening. We are going next door to eat good food in good company. Thanks for a lovely year of inspiration and fun. See you next year. Hugz

KT Fit Kitty said...

These are beautiful! I especially love the pine needles and cones! Happy New Year!

Diane said...

Two wonderful pieces, love the umbrella !!

Don't do anything New Year, but love seeing all the fireworks going off while I'm relaxing in the bath !!

Happy New Year to you and hope it brings you many new crafty adventures !!

hugs Diane xx

Katia said...

amazing and fantastic, the umbrella looks amazing!

Viki Banaszak said...

Gorgeous! I love the pine cones! The umbrella! WOW! I kept thinking it looked dimensional. the yellow glaze pen really does add dimension to it.

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