Thursday, August 13, 2009

ZenDoodling

A couple of evenings this week I doodled while sitting with hubby in front of the TV. I haven't done any of this type of doodling since around last winter or spring, maybe. It's one of those zone-out type of things to do, while half listening to the TV and half thinking about all the things you'd like to do or want to do or need to do.

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  1. Beautiful! I learned about this type of doodling just over a week ago. It's fun and relaxing!

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  2. Oh, this would make a delicious stamp!!

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  3. I really must get on the doodle train. It looks so fun! Your lettering is beautiful too.

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  4. Oh my, what an amazing "doodle". I think that is frameable art, not any old doodle. Love the quote...think that one resonates for me,big time!

    auntie jude

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  5. Your doodle looks like a finished piece of art! Will it become a quilt?

    Past posts: I like how you are turning your clematis photo into a screen print. And you were hit with the perfect name for your quilt!

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  6. Zen means full concentration on what you're doing at the moment.

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  7. Very nice Terri. The lettering is wonderful.

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  8. Cute doodle!
    I have started to get organized ideas about putting together a bunch of stabilized fabric squares just to keep around for doodling, to later transform into quiltlets! I can picture your doodle as a mini quilt!

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  10. Terri, I'm going to the Zentangle workshop next month, and I've just started with the zen "doodle-bug". It's so fun to see how you've extended it to include lettering and quotes, which speaks to me even more. Thanks for another inspirational blog.

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  11. Love your doodle, it is amazing!
    And your lettering is beautiful.

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  12. That turned out really well.

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  13. Love your doodles, they're wonderful art pieces. Have you thought of using fabric pens and doing them on cotton or silk. Black and white 'doodles' could then be 'colored' with fabric dye. The blocks put together to form a zen doodle quilt. Quite lovely, Terri.

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  14. I must try this! You are excellent at design, Terri!!

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  15. I could see these finding their way to fabric. I would enthusiastically use them for home decor.

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