Annette blijft me verbazen met het ontwerpen van prachtige zendala strings. Ik heb nu gekozen voor wat intensere kleuren op wit papier. Daarna knipte ik het geheel uit en plakte het op een grotere zwarte zendala. U ziet hieronder een combinatie van Buttercup, Indy Rella, Beadlines en Baton, samen met nog enkele golvende lijnen en Perfs om de lege vlakjes op te vullen.

Every month, I’m glad to discover a wonderful zendalastring on Annette’s site. This time, I have chosen to use intense colours. Beneath, you see my contribution, made on a white tile, coloured, cut out and glued on a black bigger zendalatile. You can see next tangles: Buttercup, Indy Rella, Beadlines and Baton, together with some curly lines and Perfs to fill the empty spaces.

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8 Comments

  1. 5
    Annemarie says:

    Weer erg mooi Ria, het lijkt of de ster in het midden licht geeft!

  2. 3
    Antje Jürgensen says:

    I also like the colors you choose!

    • 4
      Ria says:

      Thank you very much for the comment!
      I am not on Flikr, so I can’t give you feedback but I’m glad to say by this way that you also made a lovely zendala!

  3. 1

    A beautiful Zendala in a wonderful composition and very unique coloring!

    • 2
      Ria says:

      Thank you Margarete, it’s every month a joy to make a zendala for Annette, I like the strings very much. This was a very relaxing one for me and I’m glad you like it!

    • 7
      VenaC says:

      This is a beautiful, colourful Zendala. I particularly like the buttercup. I love all your patterns and one day, when the template is suitable, I am going to try to use only your patterns. You have so many, it shouldn’t be too difficult.

      • 8
        Ria says:

        Thank you so much for this wonderful compliment.I have made a legend with all patterns I like. When I start drawing, I take a quick look and can see immediately which patterns go nice together with each other. I’m glad you like my choices and I wish you luck with making yours!

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