Challenge #228 … “Organic”

Our guest Diva this week, Cari Sultanik, gave us the challenge of selecting our own patterns this week and keeping it “organic”.  Zentangle has so many patterns, grid based and organic (what I call “swirly”), so there is a pattern out there for everyone!  I have always preferred the organic tangles as they seem a little more free flowing than the structured grid patterns.

Had a nice afternoon off today and decided to do a little “organic gardening”.  Then I got out my Derwent Inktense pencils and brought the garden to life.  Not sure I like the selected colors, maybe too Fall-ish.  Then again, maybe they’re just right since August and the dog days of summer are just a week away!  Thanks, Cari, for the fun challenge this week!


(Mooka, Fescu, Indy-Rella, Zinger, Poke Root, Poke Leaf, Mumsy, Btl Joos)
and a couple REAL flowers in my garden!

14 responses to “Challenge #228 … “Organic”

  1. What a gorgeous ZIA!!
    Yukari Bromfield


  2. I do love this beautiful garden!!!


  3. Beautiful tile! 🙂


  4. Beth Broadway

    Awesome…I wish I could make mumsy look this beautiful!


  5. Beautiful and sunny garden! Great choice of tangles!


  6. I love this picture so pretty and the colours are fine don’t remind me of autumn ( fall)


  7. Love your garden so much!


  8. lovely and colorful !


  9. Christine Courtois

    A very nice garden


  10. Very pretty and varied garden! Don’t you just love those Inktense pencils?


  11. this is gorgeous…beautiful work


  12. Just stunning – so lifelike can almost hear the bees buzzing!


  13. Getting around late to comment on this challenge. I like the color combination. It is muted but as you say it is getting late in the summer. Like your stone wall.


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