|Swap Coordinator:||latentsmile (contact)|
|Swap categories:||Books Challenges Zentangle|
|Number of people in swap:||5|
|Type:||Type 3: Package or craft|
|Rating requirement:||4.80 (unrated swappers allowed)|
|Last day to signup/drop:||September 17, 2012|
|Date items must be sent by:||September 28, 2012|
|Number of swap partners:||1|
This series of swaps is inspired by the Zendala Dare web site. We will be going through the Dares in random order, creating pages for a mini-album.
For this series swap, download and print the template for Zendala Dare #4 from the Zendala Dare web site here.
Use the TOP pattern that is on a square border, print it at 100% so that this square border is 3.5" x 3.5"
You will create (1) Zendala for (1) partner.
IMPORTANT - here is where the BOOK comes in. Create your Zendala on a 3.5" tall x 4.5" wide piece of sturdy cardstock, Bristol board, Illustration board, or other quality, sturdy material. Leave the left-most inch of the board BLANK for your partner to bind the pages together at the end of these swaps.
Transfer the pattern to your stock of choice. It is really simple to do this by tracing the back of the printout with a softer graphite pencil. Then, place the graphite side down on your art paper, and trace the printout with either a mechanical pencil or ball point pen. Press hard enough when you trace to leave a "string" of a different kind. :)
Color or black and white? It's up to you. Just be sure to take your time and create a work of art for your partner.
Use official Zentangle patterns (found easily at TanglePatterns.) Use any Zentangle pattern you like to create your dala.
I encourage participants to post their finished work on the dare post here.
I really look forward to seeing everyone's work! Please message me with questions or suggestions!
PARTICIPATION: I will ban anyone with unexplained recent 1's or 3's, any newbies without a well-filled profile, and the minimum rating to join this swap is 4.8. I don't go through swappers until the day before assigning partners, so please don't get cold feet on me. I am a very proactive host. :)
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