Tuesday, December 9, 2014

A Turkey Revisited

Hi Everyone

I want to welcome to my newest follower, Pamellia. Glad to have you joining me.

I wanted to post this right after Thanksgiving but I got busy and I just forgot. So, let's regress to a few weeks ago, Thanksgiving. I hear some laughing. OK OK

I live in the greater Cincinnati area and ever year the Cincinnati Enquirer, our local newspaper, holds a contest, Dress the Turkey. They publish a large line art drawing of a turkey in the newspaper.. The contest says to dress it however we want and submit it. They give a deadline and the winners and others are published on Thanksgiving Day. I love Zentangle® and since there is so much open space on the turkey, I decided to tangle this cutie.


After I tangled this turkey I colored it with Pan Pastels to add to his personality. I loved how this turned out,  and wanted to share this before Thanksgiving was long gone.

Well it time for you (and me) to come back to the present, back to preparing for the upcoming Christmas holiday, you know, the shopping, the decorating, making cards and all the other things we do at this time of the year.

I am submitting this to the following challenges:

Have a great week.


5 comments:

Verna Angerhofer said...

You appear to be a master Zentangler. I have never tried it myself. Looks to be fun and your turkey is decorated so perfectly!

Leigh S-B - The Sharpie Domino Queen said...

He's the fanciest dandiest Tangled Turkey I've ever seen, gorgeous!
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Leigh S-B
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Judy McKay said...

Triffic - love it! Thank you for joining us at Altered Eclectics this month. Judy DT

Tracy Welham said...

Clever idea, he definitely looks well-dressed. Thank you for joining in with The Sisters of Craft Challenge Blog. Crafty Blessings. Tracy SOC DT x

Chris / CS Designs said...

Barbara, This is just so cool! Thank you for shareing your lovely project with us this month at Altered Electic and I hope to see you participate again.
:) Chris / CS Designs