DreamWeaver Pinterest Inspired Inspiration

DreamWeaver is having a fun new challenge and have invited me to play along.  The challenge is to find some inspiration from Pinterest or other sources.  So I went looking...boy ones day can disappear pretty quickly with all the fun stuff to look at.
I used the teacup stencil (LG 683 Teacup) for my inspiration.
I took the tea cup and traced it twice, one inside of the other.  This provided the perfect outline for my creative ink to start "flowing".  I found some of my favorite "Zentangle" pieces on pinterest...and turned my piece into a "Jentangle".  You can see some of the inspirational pieces HERE.

I love using the Dreamweaver stencils.  The quality of the stencil makes it so it will last for ever with care.  I use them in so many ways and was tempted to pull out the paste and do more...but sometimes i just have to stay stop.  Be sure and check out some of the other open stencils they carry and find your inspiration and create.  
This amazing stencil is available HERE.

You can see more inspiration with these amazing talented gals...and enter into the latest challenge on the DreamWeaver blog for your chance to win yummy stuff!


riliska said…
wow! it is cute so much! Nice doodling!
Louise said…
Wow Jennifer this is fabulous! I know what you mean about time flying when you get looking on Pinterest, hours go by before you know it! Thanks for joining our challenge this month.
Scrappychick said…
Fabulous tangling!
Pam Hornschu said…
Well, you know how I feel about your artwork...in awe as usual. I'll have to start creating new adjectives...how about tanglicious for this one?
Caroline D. said…
Super gorgeous!! Love how you placed the stencil so one cup is stacked inside the other. Your "Jentangling" is gorgeous! Thank you for being our Guest Designer for Dreamweavers! :)
Thank you Jenn, for being our guest this month. LOVE...the Jentangle work that you did on this creation. I find your work so awe inspiring. I followed your link and found one of Wayne's (my husband) pieces on your pinterest site and showed it to him. Made his day I think...Nice to know we inspire each other in our work...I am thankful every day for the customers, students and fellow paper crafters that inspire my work and life. Thanks again!
Gramma said…
I recommend an on-line tutorial from you on this "zen-tangle" thingy that has my curiosity peaked!
Jessica Griffin said…
Gorgeous cups! Great way to use the stencil!
Terrece said…
WOW! I am in awwwww. Your Jentangle is incredible! What gorgeous creations.
Uniquebynancy said…
The Zentangle patterns you used are so beaufiful for the cups. A piece of artwork.

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