Zentangle and the state of Michigan

“An artist is not paid for his labor but for his vision.”~James Whistler, British-American artist

What is a snowstorm without a gallon of milk?

The doom and gloom of a projeted 6″ snowstorm was the reason for the shortage in the grocery store. At least the panic-stricken left some half gallons. Storms are not good for regular grocery shoppers. Storms are also not good for Zentangle classes.

The first of my 10-series Zentangle classes was small, but that allowed for a lot of questions and an informal approach to the subject. It was a lot of fun. Yes, cookie cutters can be used for more than flour and sugar concoctions. Isabella’s Copper Pot in Plymouth offers a fabulous array of choices and you can use them for chocolate chip cookies, too. I just bring chocolates to my classes. That works.


Next week, registration opens for MegaMeet, the “Midwest’s largest scrapbook convention.” I’ll be at my computer on March 5 at 7pm registering for classes and crops I plan to take. Then I’m going to sit back and watch my two Zentangle classes fill to capacity each day.

Oh, to dream!


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