The first day was a lovely little sparkly box ornament made out of Bijou tiles and Duck Tape. Day 2 was a trinket for the tree made from tiny framed Bijou tiles hung on ribbons. It was at this point that I realised perhaps something was going to appear each day.
Day 3 brought another way to hang a Zentangle/Bijou tile. This was when I started to catch on and started to have a go myself. This was my take on Day 3 :-
Day 4 was a lovely little What-Knot making use of both Zendala and Bijou tiles. At last I have found a use for the Vermal tangle pattern and used it with the letters that make up Merry and Xmas. Here is the result:-
Adele Bruno has done a post with a step out for a Christmas Ornament and this is my attempt at it:-
Here is a picture of my Tangled Tree so far:-
Fortunately I prepared the Christmassy portion of this post yesterday because all of a sudden I was thrust into the whirlwind of my partner's emergency admission to hospital. I am not going to bore you with the story of long worrying hours in A & E, but I thought "well this is the time to try tangling in hospital waiting rooms like I have heard of in other people's blogs". I have to take my hat off to you all because I don't know how you do it! I had my mini tangling kit in my bag, (pen, pencil, tiles and a little board to rest the tile on). I tangled away on my knee, but I couldn't produce anything as satisfactory as I do at home. It looks like I will be hanging around the hospital quite a lot for a couple of days, so perhaps more practice at tangling on my knee will make perfect.
Anyway I must go so I will leave you with my Diva's tile. See you all soon.