Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Zentangle Beads continued...

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and this



First let me tell you that most of the
yellow you are seeing is actually green.
Just couldn't get the right angle. Anyway
I had fun painting them with the alcohol
inks. Remembering the 2 coats of  Mod
Podge first the the ink followed with 2 more
coats of  MP. Next it will be the resin so
 that they look like glass. Click for close ups
if you like. I have another zentangle project
in the works. So more on that later.
You know I love the colors but I also like the
black and white. What do you think?

15 comments:

Snap said...

I like both! (Big help!!!!!)

Lorraine @ creativedaily said...

I like the look of these. You inspired me to play around with some drawings the other day.

Laurie said...

They're both beautiful Sharon, I'm equally split on both. How clever!

Marie S said...

Beautiful beads both. But I love color, so that is my pick.
These are just wonderful!!

Createology said...

Only because you have asked I shall say my thought...I much prefer the black and white as those beads represent Zentangle to me. The colored beads are very pretty and much more work indeed. I think your beads are amazing. Happy creating...

Debby said...

WOW!! These are amazing.
Debby

Shirley said...

Your beads are amazing. I enjoyed your previous post. Your flowers are beautiful and your resident pruner lets you get really close to her. We use to have deer, but there are too many houses around us. Once and a great while we will see one, but not to often. You have a wonderful day.

Linda said...

I like the black and white ones alot....but I like the colors too!

Sherry Goodloe said...

Your zentangle beads are just gorgeous! I love the black and white the best.

Judy S. said...

Fabulous, Sharon! I love 'em both. The black and white ones remind me of blackwork embroidery!

Marcia Antle said...

Oooooooooooh, love these. I want to learn to do the Zantangles and never would have thought of using them for beads! Great idea.

I like the black-and-white best.
Loves,
queenmarcy

Monica@The White Bench said...

Oh my, you're a busy bee, Sharon! Hope all is well with you and your hands.
Love your beads.
Monicaxx.

Tammie Lee said...

each one is a little treasure, I bet you get lost in making them! b&w would be wonderful.

Diane said...

I'm still just loving these!
Diane

The Rustic Victorian said...

Oh Kewl Sharon! I just learned about Zentangle, but I haven't tried it yet. I like these beads.
Love
Marcie