Thursday, March 31, 2016

Stacked Bijou

The Diva's Weekly Challenge #261: Guest Blogger: Jane Reiter, CZT - Stacked Bijou Challenge

Oh wasn't this a fun challenge! Start with a Bijou tile and stack with larger tiles, tangle around the edges.

Thanks Jane for this groovy idea.

Wednesday, March 23, 2016


The Diva's

 Weekly Challenge #260: "Monotangle: Shattuck"

To start with, relaxing curvy lines in between curvy lines on a Renaissance tile then curves in between straight lines with a dash of colour then just for fun mooka as a string and a splash of gold. 

Saturday, March 19, 2016


Quiet time with molygon.

The shading is with ' Lyra Rembrant - Polycolor' pencils which I found at Officeworks, they are soft and blend smoothly.

Also a touch of gold Sakura Gelly-roll pen.

Molygon and Aquafleur
Molygon and Gourdgeous

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Touch of Irish

The Diva's
Weekly Challenge #259: "Touch of Irish"

Green glorious green!!

Tried to achieve a 4 leaf clover effect. I'm so pleased that Zentangle is an abstract style of art......doesn't that make life easier?

A bluey green gem for the Emerald Isle.

Saturday, March 12, 2016


Goodness gracious glorious gotcha gets groovy.

Don't go gaga gather your gear..... go to for Karin Godyn's gotcha. 

Thank you Karin.....gotcha is gorgeously grand!!

Wednesday, March 9, 2016


The Diva's

Weekly Challenge #258: "UMT Rautyflex - by Kathrin Bendel CZT"

Tricky, good for concentration and focus!

More of a tangleation in this one

Saturday, March 5, 2016


Renaissance pre-strung Zendala with gold highlights and gems.

But oops! Can you see the missing piece? I have certainly learnt that it really doesn't matter if one side is different than the other. Just smile!


Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Oooh Shiny!

The Diva's
Weekly Challenge #257: "Guest Post - Oooh Shiny!"

Oooh shiny in gold with tassels! Last week I enjoyed a special day with Gill from England. Gill was visiting Tasmania on holiday with her husband who is a keen fly-fisherman so he was off to the lakes and rivers for a fishing trip, fortunately Gill found my name on the CZT site on and we had a very pleasant day tangling and chatting. With our gold Gelly-Roll pens and Opus tiles our time together flew by, we didn't quite finish on the day and I'm hoping Gill will send me an email of here completed creation, it was fantastically full of pizzazz. 

I truly enjoy tanglers coming to visit so if you are ever in Launceston Tasmania please pop in for a cup of tea and tangle a tile!!

As it happens today's challenge fitted in perfectly to share my oooh shiny Opus tile.