My summer was not as expected, we started beautiful holidays in Norway in July, had some wonderful and very interesting days but in the middle of the holidays I got sick, what caused the holidays to end with a long way home feeling very badly.
Now, after a couple of weeks of recreation, I feel much better now and able to come back to "normal life".
Today I would like to show you some impressions of my tangling work of the last months:
CZT meeting "D-A-CH"Beginning of June the German speaking CZTs from Germany/ Switzerland/ Austria had a wonderful meeting in Wuppertal. Starting with the idea of a "small meeting of some people" the organization team managed to host about 25 CZTs in a beautiful location and we spent three inspiring, fun and enjoying days together.
We had lots of time to talk each other and had some very inspiring classes.
Of course I can not show all the beautiful moments we had, but maybe some highlights for me (surely I forget some...)
|beautiful nameplates created by Heike|
|I got a tangled cup by Melanie as a gift|
|birthday card I created inspired by a class by Iris,|
I was really very happy to meet my CZT mates
Holidays in NorwayAs mentioned before, I enjoyed only the first half of my holidays, but Norway is such a beautiful country - you could not get enough.
I had "only" two Zentangle Moments that time:
A Zendala, inspired by the window of the Nidaros Cathedral in Trondheim and a tangled shell.
Here is the nature tangling: The Saltstraumen is a huge maelstrom which makes these amazing spirals
|beautiful light at midnight|
Zendala MomentsThis are two Zendala which I made for Annette's (Lonetta's) Zendala Moments.
The Strings and the results of the Zendala Moments you can see on Annettes Blog
|Zendala Moments #8|
|Zendala Moments #9|
Hanny Nuras fullmoon mosaicsWe had some full moon phases within the last three month.
I participated in two of them:
|Full moon with Poa (tangle by Marion Kreuzweg)|
And some more ...
|Garlic Cloves in black and blue|
|a sketch of Marasu|
|my tangle "SIKITO" was the focus tangle in "Square one" last week.|
I was excited to see so many beautiful versions of this tangle.
I wish all my readers a very happy autumn!