One day, while misreading a challenge I realized that I had come up with my own idea for a weekly Zentangle® challenge.
Upon contemplation I decided to put the idea in the back of my head for a few days to work out the details. I knew that a monogram letter would be the focus but at the same time, I wanted to try to stay as true to the Zentangle method as possible. The question was how to do so. Upon reading the incredibly well written article entitled “a post with no pictures” by Sandy Hunter, CZT I found the final pieces of my idea come together.
Fantastic! Now I had the idea sorted out and the guidelines for the challenge. I figured I would file it away with all my other prize-winning ideas. Then joey commented on my entry for her weekly challenge encouraging me to go on and host my own challenge. To my surprise, I really started considering doing it. I floated the idea to a few people I know and no one burst out laughing. Maybe it isn’t so crazy after all.
And that brings us to now. The only thing I’m lacking is an audience. I decided that I would put the idea out there and if I can get 20 people subscribing to my blog I will start my own weekly Zentangle challenge. You’ll find the email subscription button on the side bar. I promise not to send anything other than the automated updates of blog posts.
Until I get my subscribers up, here’s the challenges I’m following and usually participating in. If you have any you like, drop me a comment and let me know about it!