My first pendant! Made from air-dry clay, painted with acrylic paints and tangled with permanent markers. Here are both sides – they are different so it can be worn on either side. Click on the pictures to see larger images.
A couple of patterns you can use a reference.
Another bookmark, this one with a rather refreshing spring theme. Made of regular cardboard with Faber-Castell PITT artist pens – Black and May Green.
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A tutorial on how to draw an easy square zentangle design. The patterns are simple and you can do it all freehand (I used a ruler to draw the squares, since my straight lines are rather shaky). I used Faber-Castell PITT artist pens size F and S, but you can use any pen or pencil you want.
A great thing you can decorate with doodles or zentangle style drawing are bookmarks. They make nice little presents. This one I did on cardboard with some color fine liners.
After I dyed the eggs according to the instructions on the dye package, I added some zentangle style decorations with Faber-Castell permanent markers sizes F and S. It was very time consuming though, so I managed to finish only two.
Here is another border pattern idea. Done with liner pens and pencil for shading.