Just popping in on this lovely Father's Day with a few more zentangle projects to share. Here are a few of the bigger pieces I've done over the last month or so.
I got a little crazier than planned with the color on that last one, but aside from the spot where my Copic burped a bit, I really like it.
And today for the first time, I got to take part of a tradition in my ward. Right after church on Father's Day, the ladies bring in pies. They set up everything in the gym and the men come in and get first dibs, but then everyone else gets to go through and have some too. I made a pie and brought it in, but I probably didn't need to!
Here's mine - it's a vanilla dreamboat pie, adapted from this recipe on Pinterest. It made enough for me to make two pies, but I'm glad I only took one to church - it would have been a waste with so much already there.
And some of the setup - they did a cute job with the room - and I love the can of whipping cream on every table.
It was fun to just hang out, chat, and eat pie! Now I'm just waiting until my family is home from their church so I can call my dad.
And I'm excited because yesterday, I met up with a new friend that I met in some of the classes I've been taking at the scrapbook store. We went in to sign up for the Donna Downey workshops next month - we wanted to be there right when registration opened, because we knew the classes we wanted were going to go fast, and we weren't wrong! I'm only taking the Saturday classes. One called The Big 4-0 that has 40 mixed media techniques, and one called Paint Like an Artist that will show you how to paint using stencils on a canvas. I'm super excited! I took classes with Donna years ago at a convention in Paris, and she's such a fun teacher. And now I have people to meet up with so it's going to be twice as fun!