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Step-out for WATCHA, an Original Tangle by Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®

On the seventh day of the Finding Your Creative Bones® devotional, I considered and prayed over what tangle would be appropriate for the day. The tangle WATCHA represents the need to watch over ourselves, a central theme of that day's Bible readings.


WATCHA continues the thought that we need to look at ourselves and our actions rather than be focused on others. The four circles represent the eyes of both people and the lines represent the choice we have to focus our eyes and heart on what matters.


I hope you enjoy creating WATCHA.




Within the Day 7 blog and book, I tangled C'ING on a watercolor background, shown below. I love the simplicity of a single tangle on a Golden QoR watercolor background using a Micron 01 fine liner. The step-out also uses a red Micron 01 fine liner. I did not include shading on the step-out.


WATCHA

an original tangle by Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT



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