Saturday, February 9, 2013

Zentangle Memorial

Here's a wonderful email (and a great idea) I wanted to share with you:

Thank you for being a mentor. I found your book and started tangling to relieve stress. Then started to read and enjoy your posts. We recently had a shocking death in the family. 51 in good health just got up one morning and died. He was a new grandfather of a gorgeous 2 yr old princess and one on the way. After the services they asked for memories of him to make a scrap book so his grandchildren would know him. I took mine home to work on. I am not very good but I did a zentangle for him. I hope the picture comes out ok. Anyhow thank you for bringing some joy to my life.



  1. What a wonderful memorial, and very nicely done, indeed. Props to Jeanette for taking on such a task and executing it beautifully. Thank you for sharing it.

  2. This is such a delightful sight, I can't thank you for sharing. I do volunteer work ministering in the jails and prisons. I bring use the zentangle mandala method with the group. It is a effective way for them to properly communicate what is occuring internally. Some great stuff is created and proper tools of communication are instilled.

  3. That memorial is so Wonderful, what a fabulous keepsake. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.
    And to the jail volunteer, WOW my hat goes off to you!
    Thanks for all this Inspiration!!! Hugs, Sheila


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