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  1. #1
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    Zenowl

    Not really a zentangle but an offshoot (or off hoot) from the jewellery designs.
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    Really fine and original! How do you then transfer and carve this design on the bracelet or whatever other jewel? I guess You may also consider how to correct the design to consider a jewel curvature ... I'm quite curious.
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    Etched on a copper bracelet - I can see it now.

    Or even a pendant

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    Beautiful dear Fraser. I could also see this etched onto a leather bag/purse.
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    Very nice. Definitely zentangly, which I really enjoy!

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    I really like your new style approach on making this jewellery design. This one definitely my another favorite with the owl and addition that bunny. Great stuffs

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    Perry the Paisley Paramecium took up the stylus and said, "Cor blimey, Vinnie. What a jolly world this is."
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    Reminds me of rubber tiles, cutting out and inking them on paper. Great effect

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