This week I've challenged others to create Zentangle inspired drawings based on the word "winter". It's March already and it doesn't look like this winter is ever going to end. Our temperatures have just started to warm up in the last couple of days, but last night we got a big dump of snow. At least it's not too terribly cold for shoveling.
Anyway, this week I've created two tiles. The first one sort of looks like a snowflake.
For the second one, I used tangle patterns that "looked" like things I'd see in winter. To me, Bales looks like a patch work quilt, Tipple, like snowballs, Blink looks like my rain chain iced over, Ahh, like snowflakes, Candleglow is obviously fire, Nzeppel reminds me of a frosted window pane, and Chard looks like my boot tread print in the snow. Sorry, they are out of order.
Patterns: Bales, Tipple, Blink, Ahh, Candleglow, Nzeppel, Chard
Be sure to check out the other "winter" creations on Books and Quilts. If you'd like to join us, please do so by linking your post to the Mr. Linky on Heather's post.