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Finished Zentangle Card

Welcome to the Gel Press™ Blog Hop featuring Zentangle inspired projects by all of our great creative team.  Hop through all of the posts then come back here and comment on how you were inspired.  One person 18 or over will win a Petite Set!  Go to the Gel Press™ Junkie page on Facebook page and share your Gel Press™ creations! “LIKE” our product page for the latest news on All Things Gel Press™!

Let’s get started!

Supplies Used: Gel Press™ Print, Metal Stencil, Micron .005 Pigma Pen, Pear Stamp, Various Card Stock, VersaFine Ink (Print was made with DecoArt paints.)

Blank Print
  1. Trace the image from metal stencil.  Add section lines for different Zentangle areas.
First section of the pear being filled in with a Zentangle pattern.

2. Continue to fill in your sections.

Zentangle Leaf Complete
More progress
Love adding the basket weave style.

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This article has 17 Comments

  1. Just received my Gel Press petites today and am inspired to try it all, especially Zentangling on prints,

  2. How beautiful is the combination of a Gel Press print and Zentangle. I can’t wait to combine the two gorgeous techniques.

  3. I love doing zentangle on gel prints – sometimes I ignore the background completely, other times I use it as a guide for drawing the patterns – just depends on what is going on with the way the paint went down. To be honest, I think this is my favourite part of the blog hop this time.

  4. Everything I saw inspired me! I haven’t tried Zentangle yet, but I want to. If I had to pick a fave, I guess it would be Cindi’s cat. I love the blues and greens, and of course I love cats!

  5. I love this! It’s like the next step in Zentangle. I have two favorites – CeeCee Design and Sanded. I liked the different ways they incorporated the Gel Press and Zentangle. I also liked how Sandee’s reminded me of stained glass!

  6. Loved Elena project. It was definitely my favorite. Loved her color palette and her creativity.

    (Keri’s page was missing.)

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