Sunday, February 13, 2011

Love is........ a Zentangle!

Ah, Valentine's Day! And romance is in the air!

When I walked into the office this morning I was greeted with a beautiful bunch of roses in shades of pink and red, and then shortly after by a box of exquisite foil wrapped chocolates in a heart shaped box. How romantic!

Before a minute had passed the cutest little kitten with a red bow tied around it's neck appeared. Romantic image after romantic image flashed across my computer screen - what a lovely start to the day.

I bet you were thinking how spoiled I am? Well, perhaps I'm not quite that spoiled but my sweetheart and I did exchange boxes of chocolates this morning and we'll sit down quietly tonight to share them as we watch Sleepless in Seattle together - mushy stuff, I know, but very romantic!

And that leads me on to today's post - Zentangle inspired Valentine's Cards.

One of the wonderful things about Zentangle is that there really are no rules so there is nothing to say that your doodle has to fill a square, or a circle for that matter. This Valentine's Day, why not Zendoodle your heart out?!

Try doodling on punched out hearts!
Or doodle the embossed hearts made using a Cuttlebug folder. Or why not Zentangle some chipboard letters and really spell out your feelings!
Show the special people in your life how much you love them this Valentine's Day and create a Zentangle inspired Valentine's card for them. After all, Love is........ a Zentangle!

Happy Valentine's Day!

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Would you like to comment?

  1. These are wonderful Mylene

  2. Love this Mylene! Hope all's well with you!

  3. Thanks Eileen. I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to catch up at CHA. I hope you had a great show!

  4. Thank for sharing this with the FaveCrafts blog hop, Mylene. It's such a cute project!

    We hope to see you hop with us next month.



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