Discover the Art of Zentangle


Zentangle is a mediative art form that is easy to learn, and relaxing to create. Best of all, almost anyone can create beautiful images using zentangle techniques! It’s perfect for those who would like to increase their focus and creativity. I love that only a few key materials are needed, and they are small enough that I can bring them along with me for whenever inspiration strikes!

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As a mom, I love how zentangle lends itself to being done in short bursts of time. Many times I am interrupted during the day, but zentangle tiles are small and can be completed in stages quite easily. They can be as elaborate or as simple as you’d like! There is no right or wrong way to zentangle!

I also love that the zentangle method is appealing to a wide range of ages. Many times I will start to use the zentangle method at our kitchen table, and the kids love to join in and sketch their own creations along with me.

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Materials Needed:

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Recommended Resources:

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Have you tried the Zentangle method? I would love to hear about your experiences with this form of art! Leave a comment and share your stories with us!

Tip — Many zentanglers share their creations on Instagram with the #zentangle hashtag.
Here’s where you can find me there –> http://www.instagram.com/innerchildfun

Have fun!!

This post is dedicated to my lovely and dear friend Zina of Let’s Lasso the Moon who first inspired me to give Zentangle a try with one of her Sulia posts. (Thank you, Zina!!)

 

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Comments

  1. I will have to check out Zentangle as it looks like something our whole family could do together.
    Thank you so much for your kind package that came today. My husband is making me a cup of the tea right now. It could not have come at a better time as it has been a very hard day. Thank you.

  2. Hello! I was hoping you could tell me which book you show open in your first picture (the one with the erasers, pen, and tiles). Thank you!

  3. Thank you! I will look into getting that one!

  4. I love the book you showcased. Mine is too complex! Such a fun activity to do alone or with the kids. :-)

  5. This is me and I didn’t even know it was actually something. I have been doing these intricate forms of art for years. My mom use to keep my church programs because I always had to be doodling in order to listen. Thanks for sharing! I’m glad I found you on Pinterest!

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