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In this issue...
New Tangle: Facet
Free Label and Ribbon
CZT Registration
Zentangle Store


Zentangle Kit

Zentangle Kits

Pre-Strung Tile photo

Zentangle Accessories


102 Tangles

Vertical Tri Frame

Zentangle Frames

Zentangle Ensemble Thumbnail

Zentangle Ensemble

November 28, 2010
Box with bow

In this issue we have:
  • A new tangle, facets
  • Free Zentangle Gift Card and Ribbon

New Tangle: Facets

Facets is a great new tangle sent to us by Nancy Pinke, a Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) in Elko, Minnesota.

We like facets because it is unique, easy to do, fun to shade and you can use it in many ways. After you establish your unique facet grid, it is created with only one stroke, a straight line, similar to paradox. And when you see the instructions, you immediately understand how to create it.


Here's a four-tile Ensemble that Nancy created using facets. (See a larger version on this blog entry.)


Here are a few Zentangles that Rick and Maria created with facets (larger images on blog).




As you familiarize yourself with this tangle, explore doing it in different ways. Try starting with the outside lines and move to the center and then try it from the center to the outside. Remember to rotate your tile whenever that works best for you.

Another way to play with this pattern is to tangle it in sync with your breath - top line, inhale - bottom line, exhale - etc.

Thanks, Nancy for sharing this tangle!

Zentangle's Traditional Holiday Treat

As has become our custom, for the rest of this year, all you have to do is ask!

We'll tie a beautiful hand-dyed ribbon on your Zentangle Kit and Maria will letter a special gift card for you.

   Kit with bow
If you place your order online, just write your information in the comments section. If you phone in your order, just let us know what you want written when you call.

Registration Form ThumbCertified Zentangle Teacher Registration for February and May of 2011

We still have room for our Certified Zentangle Teacher (CZT) seminars in February and May, 2011.

We appreciate that you understand Zentangle's potential - both as a benefit to others and as a way to create income as a Certified Zentangle Teacher. We look forward to meeting you and working with you.

February 22-25, 2011, Registration Form (pdf).

May 13-16, 2011, Registration Form (pdf).

Read more complete information and CZT reviews in our previous newsletter here.

Thank you again for sharing in this wonderful adventure! 

Remember to visit us at BLOG Zentangle for (almost) daily postings.

Rick and Maria

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