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

On the forty-ninth day of the Finding Your Creative Bones® devotional, with the help of the Holy Spirit, I drew the tangle TPSTRY. TPSTRY was drawn with the thought that each of us is like a woven blanket or rug. Through life, we are woven by our experiences and the people we meet. Our outlook and faith are changed in reflection of these experiences and people. We can all pray that our lives are a tapestry of love for others and the Lord.


TPSTRY looks a bit like some other tangles; the primary difference is the orbs on the sides which, to me, reflect experience. My tangles represent a thought, but this tangle fits into the non-representational category.


Tangle Step-out

I hope you enjoy following the TPSTRY Tangle Step-out to create your version of TPSTRY.


Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT Original Tangle TPSTRY Step-Out Instructions for Drawing

Within the Day 49 blog and book, I tangled TPSTRY 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.


It is easy with TPSTRY to skip a section. I did this in the tangle below and the big block tangling found above. The Zentangle® Method reminds us there are no mistakes. I just add one or more extra sections or remove one and move forward. Only opportunities!!! You can also see that altering the shape of the square to a rectangle changes the look, have fun playing with TPSTRY!


Tangle TPSTRY Original by Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT® drawn on Reddish Orange QoR Watercolor Background with Black Micron

TPSTRY

an original tangle by Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®



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