Zentangle Folders Have Been Zenned, Penned and Send

21 Sep

I finished all three of the commissioned notepad folders last night and photographed them this morning for emailing to Laura at Ladies Who Critique.

You get to feast your eyes upon my beauties before anyone else in zee world!  Double click on the image to see  the large, high-resolution version (see how nice I am, Internet, saving you lots of downloading time by using these smaller versions? Yeah, yeah, thanks are nice, but money is better!).

Here’s the write-up I submitted to go with each of these treasures:

This folder and writing pad, created just for Ladies Who Critique by Kat of FaerieKat’s Trinkets & Treasures, is perfect for jotting down meeting notes, grocery lists, questions for the doctor, the day’s schedule, last-minute “don’t forgets,” and anything else temporary in nature. Tuck business cards and letters to post in the inside pocket, and clip a pen to the spine for convenience. Nothing beats the old-fashioned paper and pen for jotting down those disposable ephemera!

Kat used the Zentangle® art form/method and Sakura Pigma Micron pens to create the folder cover design. Each 5.5″X8″ folder is made of Bristol vellum and is decorated with a coordinating, hand-tied bow permanently affixed with hot glue. A writing pad by Second Nature containing 50 sheets of recycled 5″X8″ paper is included. Learn more about Kat and her enchanted jewelry creations and magical objects at http://www.faeriekat.com.

The Zentangle® art form and method was created by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas. Zentangle® is a registered trademark of Zentangle, Inc. Learn more at zentangle.com.

*SQUEE!*  Time for a couple of days of hard-core napping!

2 Responses to “Zentangle Folders Have Been Zenned, Penned and Send”

  1. mermaiden October 4, 2011 at 3:59 PM #

    i had no idea you were so skilled with pen and ink as well! the detail and pattern is outstanding =)

    • Faerie♥Kat October 4, 2011 at 7:55 PM #

      I had no idea, either! Creating Zentangles sure has helped my fine detail motor-control skills, that’s for sure. No more death-grip and a lot less shake! Plus it’s just plain relaxing and really fun. And just think, I only started a little over a month ago…

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