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Weekly Challenge #31: “Fairyland”

Posted on: July 19, 2011

FairyLand

Thanks to this week’s guest challenge-creator, Carol Bailey Floyd, who gave the assignment of creating a Zentangle “where fairies would feel at home.”  So I had fun with the light and fanciful tangles, and also included a self-made one at the bottom patterned after a little fence my sister had in her “fairy garden” collection. So I named it “Gail’s Fence.”  Thank you again, Carol, for the delightful challenge.

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2 Responses to "Weekly Challenge #31: “Fairyland”"

This is beautiful. Love the touch of color!

I just love the sentimentality of your sister’s fence and your naming it after her! Hooray! The floating flowers are way cool, too.

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