Do You Doodle or Try to Tangle?

Ssssh. Don't tell anyone, but I'm really not a ZENtangler, but I've been doodling for years. So...that's what you get from me. So much less pressure. I'm not big on precision, and more into free flowing creativity.

For my post today, I'm sharing this card that I created with the Stampendous Cling Pen Pattern Angel Fish. There are a few simple lines in the design, which makes it simple to add your own doodlicious touches. I created the background using Imagine Crafts® Fingertip Daubers and various colors of chalk inks. I've added a panel of acetate over the top with the Cling Coral Tree stamped a few times on each side using Black StazOn ink. I added strips of Hot Lime Color Fragments as seaweed on the back of the acetate. The design of the card is a modified easel card where the front edge is folded up to hold the focal panel and acetate panel in place. I added a stamped Cling Near the Sea sentiment along this fold, along with a Dreamweaver Sand Dollar which was machine-embossed, brushed with inks, and cut out as an embellishment along with the scrap of May Arts web ribbon.

Check out the rest of today's doodlers...


Oh, so amazing! Love it!
Stampendous said…
Oh my goodness this is delightful! Gorgeous elements and beautiful colors, thank you so much for sharing this week!
Love the doodling and the layout and the colors and the design...oh heck! I love it all!
What glorious colors and your zentangling is amazing!! I am mesmerized by this magical creation!!! TFS!
Lyn Bernatovich said…
This is a gorgeous card Pam!!!
Jean said…
Wow - this is lovely!
Pam this is a gorgeous card...LOVE these colors together and your design composition is amazing as per usual!
BurningRubber said…
OMG! How did I not see this before? It is a fabulous card.

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