Wednesday, March 27, 2019

"It's a String Thing" #284 Tiles

We celebrated the beginning of spring and a beautifully full moon with our tangles last week.  
The creative combinations of tangles are sure to make you smile whether you are in the midst of  spring or still waiting for it.

Grab a cup of tea and enjoy the show ~

The first tile arrived from Gudrun (Germany) ~
Here is my contribution to your wonderful challenge
Sunny spring greetings from Germany
 Tangled Tidbits -
*beautiful, organic tangles
*festive colors

From Amy L, CZT (Connecticut) ~
I did this in the first day of spring, which was still pretty darn cold here in Connecticut! I found Jasmin challenging, although your tip for tangling helped. I kept trying to go the wrong direction! However, once I started it, I kept adding more and more until it filled my background. So here is my jasmin/crescent moon tangle, such as it is. Happy spring everyone! Here’s to warmer weather soon, I hope!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*layers of Crescent Moon
*touch of shading adds depth to Jasmin

From Moblue (Bremen, Germany) ~
Spring finally has arrived at Bremen!!!
Temperatures are turning to a more moderate level and everywhere the green is bursting into the light.
So your string came just right to celebrate Nature. Mumsy is such a lovely and versatile pattern and this time Crescent Moon seems to have turned out almost neat.
Thank you once again for your nice suggestions and the Tangling Tips for Jasmin. They made it easy to draw the pattern. Since I discovered color for my tiles, I gave Mumsy a brilliant shiny yellow, which unfortunately is not transferred on the scan. I'm now eager to see the other contributions.
Thank you Adele for your work and support for our community and lots of fun with spring.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Mumsy petals float along the string line and burst into Crescent Moon
*sparkle and aura abound

From Lisette, CZT 32 (Switzerland) ~
I somehow couldn't fit in Jasmin in a grid and drew it in free form. Now, my tile reminds me of the planet of the Little Prince... You can only see with your heart...
Thank you for this beautiful challenge, Adele.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Jasmin free of its grid
*fancy Crescent Moon variation

 From Mariam G. (Port Hueneme, California) ~
Spring is here (hopefully...) Looking forward to opening the windows and hearing the birds chirp! Here is my tile for IAST284 - was feeling a bit minimalistic on this one.
Hope your weather is sunny and bright!
Tangled Tidbits -
*white space compliments the pretty tangles
*cone like aura for Crescent Moon

From Gale Sherman, CZT (Tucson, Arizona) ~
Hello Adele and Tangling friends! During these past two months I’ve been busy with travel, photography, teaching and “life’s stuff,” leaving me no personal time for my tangling. This spring challenge is perfect forgetting me going again. My #mumsy are growing out of control just like my yard. I left their star center white to keep #crescent moon company in the sky. My stained glass #jasmin (done in gray Graphik pens) is in the simple style of Frank Lloyd Wright, but with a nod to #crescent moon. Happy Spring to all!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*wonderful imagery - happy spring!
*starburst Mumsy

From Jody Genovese, CZT (New York) ~
It feels like I have been gone for a year! I hope you are well and ready for Spring. We sure are.
Attached is my tile for this week. My apologies for my misstep on Jasmin. By the time I realized I wasn’t doing it right it was too late to turn back.
In the spirit of ‘No Mistakes’ I forged on and gave it a new spin. In that light did I mean to add that splash of tipple??....
Thank you as always.

 Tangled Tidbits -
Welcome back - glad you are thawing :)
*luscious layers of Crescent Moon and Mumsy
*silken Jasmin lines

From Jane Goddard (Surrey, United Kingdom) ~
Unfortunately I could not participate last time so sending this one on good time, even early for me! I think mumsy has a Japanese look, I hope I reflected this in my tile.
Best wishes
 Tangled Tidbits -
*colorful Mumsy continues from under the Crescent Moon covered string line
*outer shading of Jasmin and Mumsy

From JoAnne (Ontario, Canada) ~
I seem to shy away from those grid tangles...
 Tangled Tidbits -
...and that's ok!
*sparkled Crescent Moon travels along the string line
*deep black shows off the Renaissance Mumsy

From Lynn G. (Florida) ~
Sorry, couldn’t follow the string ...
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Crescent Moon filled Jasmin
*Mumsy Jasmin centers

A very warm welcome to Susan Morris (Hampshire, United Kingdom) ~
I am very new to Zentangle and have been trying out your strings and tangles but so far not sent any one. This time I have decided to jump in and join in! Crescent Moon was one of the first tangles I learnt at a workshop, so enjoyed using it. I found the other two quite challenging, couldn’t seem to get the curves quite right, but I’m sure they will get easier with practice.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*lovely aura and shading of Crescent Moon
*large grid for Jasmin
Welcome to our IAST community and welcome to our Tangled Map, Susan!  So happy that you joined in.

From Lin H., CZT (Florida) ~
Spring has sprung in my neck of the woods and I’m surprised I didn’t add color to my tile to reflect all the colors in the gardens around me. But, black and white it is! Happy Spring to you, Adele, and everyone else, too.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Crescent Moon blooms from Mumsy
*soft shading adds dimension

From Ria Matheussen, CZT (Belgium) ~
Thank you for a wonderful string that brings real Springtime feelings and
pleasant tangles.
I used a tan coloured tile and used blue colours. I made a picture with
my camera. (I prefer a printer but have some problems at the moment,
anyway I am satisfied about the result)
I enjoyed this one very much.
Warm regards from Belgium
Tangled Tidbits -
*beautiful shading, highlights, color
*Crescent Moon and Mumsy share the same dark centers and double aura

From VenaC (Whitby, Ontario, Canada) ~
Jasmine was a new pattern for me and I really like it.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*elegant Jasmin
*wide and narrow aura for Mumsy petals

From Cassi Paslick (Illinois) ~
I really enjoyed this string and the patterns!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*lovely details and tangles
*shadow shading

From Sra (India) and here on her blog ~
Here's my entry to IAST 284...
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Crescent Moon accented Mumsy
*two layers of Jasmin, all beautifully shaded

From Laurel Davis, CZT 28 (New York) ~
Spring is really dragging her feet this year. Hopefully this will be the last snowfall!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*two petal shapes for Mumsy
*arced channel of Jasmin

From Laura Emler (Westerville, Ohio) ~
Jamsin is a new tangle for me and I really liked using it! Doubled up on crescent moon just to see what would happen. It’s always fun to explore.
Thanks for all you do Adele!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*stipple and shading create depth to Tipple
*Jasmin creates Mumsy leaves

From Susie (St. Louis, Missouri) ~
Tangled Tidbits -
*fabulous highlights and shading
*Jasmin grid follows string line

From Ingrid (The Netherlands) ~
Here is my tile # 284 for this week.
It was nice to work on this challenge.
Have a blessed week with lots of love
 Tangled Tidbits -
*richly darkened and aura-ed Crescent Moon
*enthatched Jasmin connections

From Talia Maynard (London, United Kingdom) ~
Here's my tile for this week's challenge. I really enjoyed this one. thank you for setting it.
Many thanks
 Tangled Tidbits -
*delicate Jasmin
*web-like, bolder Crescent Moon

From Sharyn Penna, CZT (Massachusetts) ~
The full moon rising
A few tree frogs peep at dusk
March winds escort spring.

Cheers to changing seasons!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*marvelous Mooka flows from Crescent Moon and gently fades
*Beadline accents

From Lynn F. (Florida) ~
Jasmin was new to me this time. Crescent moon is always fun and I love Mumsy.
Hope everyone had a great week and that spring is soon to come for our friends suffering with winter weather.
Here’s my tile.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*wonderful Crescent Moon variation
*detailed Jasmin variation

From Susie (Thailand) ~
I am very happy that this week my creative mojo kicked in early and finally I have something I can send you.
Thanks for keeping us on our 'Zentoes' and thank you very much for this 'happy' tangles challenge.
 Tangled Tidbits -
Welcome back!
*Mumsy flows into Jasmin lines
*deep shading adds wonderful roundness

From Sue Agnew (Tucson, Arizona) ~
Thanks for another fun challenge!
I have trouble with Mumsy after the first row of petals because I can’t quite decide where to put them or how big to make them. Sometimes I “stack” Crescent Moons (a second row behind the first row) which is copying from something I saw Maria do years ago … so I decided to try doing Mumsy using Crescent Moon. I’m sure you would have guessed I would have to try using sparkle in Jasmin. And at the last minute I added one Zinger to mimic the cute little flip on the end of your string.
Thank you for all that you do!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*great idea to morph Crescent Moon and Mumsy
*sparkled (of course!) Jasmin

From Shirley Wohlsen (Queensland, Australia) ~
Attached is my Tile for ‘It’s A String Thing #284’ Challenge
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Crescent Moon flows from Mumsy and along the string line with aura meeting in the middle
*delicate Jasmin

From T. ~
This week’s challenge made me think of spring and the colourful flowers we will, I hope, start to see soon.
Of the patterns, you chose for us, the only one I’d never drawn before is Jasmin. Thankfully, even though it seems complicated, after practicing it in my pattern sketchbook I got into a nice rhythm as I drew it on my tile. The addition of Crescent Moon and Mumsy made finishing this tile flow smoothly.
I’ll definitely use this combination of patterns again on my own in the future.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*fabulous mix of color and tangles
*Mumsy petals diminish in size

From Gabi (Germany) ~
Sure to be the last one for this IAST.... but spent a lot of time outside and enjoying the beautiful weather and spring’s awakening!
So there is my spring tile with MUMSY and JASMIN.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*dark, sparkled string lines provide contrast to the pretty tangles
*deep shading and line weight variations

From Kathy Millard (Prince George, British Columbia, Canada) ~
Hello from the north. Thank you again Adele for an interesting challenge. Crescent Moon was the only tangle that I was familiar with so really enjoyed learning the other two. Felt it needed a little color as I’m waiting for our white world to start getting some color.
 Tangled Tidbits -
*doubled string line with Crescent Moon accenting it
*overlapping Mumsy

From Cyndee Pelley, CZT (Illinois) and here on her blog ~
Once again you selected the perfect string and tangles. Thank you for your weekly challenges!
 Tangled Tidbits -
*Mumsy peeks under and over the darkened string line
*aura and shading create Crescent Moon channels

From Antony Visconti (Milan, Italy) ~
Happy Spring which heralds the awakening of Mother Earth in all her glory. It's a blossoming time for all.

 Tangled Tidbits -
*deeply darkened spaces make the tangles pop
*lovely Mumsy layers
 *angular Mumsy create a fun variation

From Margarete Gilge (Germany) ~
Thank you for this interesting challenge!
Best wishes from Germany

Tangled Tidbits - 
*two variations of Jasmin curve inside the string
*Mumsy flows into Crescent Moon

Thank you for sending in your festive tiles and spring sentiments.

Many thanks to the creators of the tangles we used this week along with my string:

Mumsy by Sandy Bartholomew, CZT

Jasmin by Simone Bischoff

Crescent Moon by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas

Check Monday's post for the IAST #285 tiles.  Click here for all the delightful details for IAST #285 and come join in the fun.

Have a wonderful weekend and happy spring!

Tuesday, March 26, 2019

"It's a String Thing" #285

It's Tuesday, your good news day!

This week is a new and exciting adventure into Maria Thomas' exciting world of DingsplatZ. 
The latest blog post from Zentangle features a Kitchen Table Tangles video by Maria and Rick Roberts with a full explanation and multiple examples.  Click here to view it.

DingsplatZ begin with loopy strings that easily fill with aura and tangles.  Here is an example of what one might look like ~

IAST String #285 by Adele Bruno, CZT

Begin your own DingsplatZ with a loopy string - each of our beginning loopy strings will be different.  Fill it with aura, orbs, and any tangle (or tangles) that strike your fancy. 

Please don't over think this either.  I firmly believe that copying other tanglers - especially the master tangler herself (Maria) -  is the best way to learn, so feel free to use the same enhancements featured in the video.

This will be great fun and the array of tiles (and maybe even a pair of jeans, or two!) will be fabulous. 

Speaking of tiles, the results of IAST #284 will be published tomorrow!

Here are the (Not so) Official Guidelines:
* Challenges are posted on Tuesdays.
*Use the string posted for the week and some or all of the suggested patterns
* Submit a photo of your tile saved as jpg or scan your tile (300 dpi or higher) and save as a jpg
*Email your jpg file as an attachment to -
*Entries for IAST are to be submitted by Saturday evening of the week issued
*Photos and notes are (usually) posted on the following Monday
Send in your photos - you will encourage and inspire fellow Zentangle® enthusiasts all over the world. WHEN YOU SIGN YOUR NAME, PLEASE INCLUDE WHERE YOU LIVE.

PLEASE NOTE: It is not necessary for you to have a blog or website to participate.

If you do have a blog or website, I will add a link upon request.
Please include the site specific URL.

I look forward to your emails.

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

"It's a String Thing" #284

It's Tuesday, your good news day!

This week we mark the beginning of Spring on Wednesday and welcome a full moon on Thursday and that makes for happy tangle thoughts!

Let's begin with this string ~
IAST #284 String by Adele Bruno, CZT

The happy tangles we will use include ~

Mumsy by Sandy Bartholomew, CZT
This tangle can be drawn large or small, with rounded, angled, or wavy petals, and shading transforms it.

Jasmin by Simone Bischoff
This gives us a grid based tangle and the lovely aura blends with Mumsy. 
Click here for my Tips for Tangling Jasmin (posted in 2015).

Crescent Moon by Rick Roberts and Maria Thomas
What better tangle to use when a full moon is overhead?

There are three tangles listed above, but as always, let the tangles lead the way and use as many or as few as you'd like.

Here are the (Not so) Official Guidelines:
* Challenges are posted on Tuesdays.
*Use the string posted for the week and some or all of the suggested patterns
* Submit a photo of your tile saved as jpg or scan your tile (300 dpi or higher) and save as a jpg
*Email your jpg file as an attachment to -
*Entries for IAST are to be submitted by Saturday evening of the week issued
*Photos and notes are (usually) posted on the following Monday
Send in your photos - you will encourage and inspire fellow Zentangle® enthusiasts all over the world. WHEN YOU SIGN YOUR NAME, PLEASE INCLUDE WHERE YOU LIVE.

PLEASE NOTE: It is not necessary for you to have a blog or website to participate.

If you do have a blog or website, I will add a link upon request.
Please include the site specific URL.

I look forward to your emails.

Happy Spring everyone!

Monday, March 18, 2019

"It's a String Thing" #283 Tiles

Happy one day after St. Patrick's Day!

We are carrying on the celebration today with the IAST #283 tiles, a nod to the great saint himself. 

Let's take a look ~

The first tile arrived from Susie (St. Louis, Missouri) ~

From JoAnne (Ontario, Canada) ~
I had no plan in what I was doing, so when the pen flowed, this is what happened!
The Bumpadox mixed with Hamadox for an interesting meld. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

From the Yorkshire Tortoise (Ireland) ~
I have taken a break from the various tangle challenges for a couple of years and am pleased to see you are still going strong with the String Thing Challenge. I seem to have chosen a good week to start again with your St Patrick’s Day string as I live in Ireland. I have attached my tile which I coloured in the green, white and orange of the Irish flag and I coloured the bumpadox in St Patrick’s Blue. St Patrick’s Blue was the national colour of Ireland until recently and is still the colour of the Irish Presidential flag.
Welcome back! And thank you for that interesting tidbit about St. Patrick's Blue.

From Baafke (The Netherlands) ~
Hereby my tile of this week.
I think Bumpadox is a surprising tangle pattern.
I had some difficulty with Slainte, so I made it into a kind of silout.
Sh'rock I will use more often, it is a nice filler.

From Mariam G. (Port Hueneme, California) ~
Well, Paradox was the only tangle this time around that I was familiar with, so I enjoyed experimenting with Sh-Rock and Sláinte; however, I don't think I did justice to Sláinte at all (just could not find a pen around here with a small enough tip to fit in to the cross section). Time to go shopping, obviously!

Happy St Patrick's Day! And to all - 'Sláinte!'

From Robin Steinbeck (Painesville, Ohio) ~
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!☘️
I had no idea what to do with this ...I love the tangles you chose but I’m not very good at them.
 They are just right!

From Lisette, CZT 32 (Switzerland) ~
My Bumpadox truned out like a crystal. Therefore I added some glitter. Slainte is such a lovable beautiful pattern. Thank you for this St. Patrick’s challenge - Slainte!

From Lynn G. (Florida) ~
Thank you, Adele, and Happy St. Patrick's Day.

From Laurel Davis #28 CZT (New York) ~
Your St. Patrick’s Day challenge is always a special one for me! My sister Patty was born on St. Patrick’s Day, a year and 5 days after me. We’re known as “Irish Twins”. The background of flowers is from a beautiful bouquet my sister gave me for my birthday. And, finally, my mother’s family was from County Antrim in Ireland so Slainte was an excellent choice for this week’s challenge. Thanks, Adele!
 Happy Birthday to you!  And to your sister, too!

From Sue Leslie (New Mexico) ~
Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Eatin’ and drinkin’ some green for the weekend. And I sit here with the ground all white from the snow storm this week. Another 15 inches of snow and I want green stuff to start coming out. And it soon will with all this moisture! I did see a couple of tulip leaves poking their little heads up before the snow hit. But for today I had to settle for playing with green pens. Thanks Adele for always giving us a good fun challenge for the week. Cheers to all for fun happy weekend!

From Kathy Millard (Prince George, British Columbia, Canada) ~
Greetings from the snowy north. Just when we hoped winter was coming to a close we had another 10 inches of snow on Monday. Hopefully the last of the winter as we now have at least 4 feet of snow on the ground. One nice thing is that it gives me time to work on Zentangles. I enjoyed the tangles this week as they were again all new to me.

From Sue Agnew (Tucson, Arizona) ~
I was so pleased that you used a Bishop’s mitre for the string this week!
I couldn’t master the “shamrock bump” in Paradox, so I just did a Paradox, and it’s a miracle I got it right ... usually I get mixed up partway through. I enjoyed Sh’rock and Sláinte … and remember last week I said one of the tangles kept coming out looking like a shamrock … so I felt obligated to include it this week so you could see what I meant.
The words at the bottom are Saint Patrick’s. I was tangling on Friday and trying to make sense, as many around the world are, of the horrific shootings in New Zealand. I know how devastating the Tucson shootings in 2011 were to the Tucson community. And the MOST devastating thing is that it’s happening all too often. The band I play in is working on a piece commemorating the victims and survivors of the Columbine High School killings, and our director, who is a college professor, said it occurred to her that her college students were born after Columbine so have never lived in a world that didn’t have school shootings. In times of crisis we look to our faith, however we define it … and I hope everyone has some means of seeking comfort. well said and prayer is a powerful thing.
You were the first to recognize my inspiration for the string :)

From Amy L. (Stamford, Connecticut) ~
This was another challenge for me because of the grid tangle, and of course my grid was inconsistent. But in the end the leaves decreasing in size were fun. I also had difficulty figuring out how to shade both Slainte and Sh’rock. Bumpadox, on the other hand, I adored. Although I did find that I needed to do additional rotating to follow all of the bumps. Interestingly, while I found the coloring in of the backgrounds monotonous and a bit frustrating, I found the slow, controlled aura-ing of bumpadox, soothing and very much in the “zen” focus the process is intended to produce. And shading it was pure joy! So thanks for both the challenges and the new delights of the week—your weekly prompts keep me constantly learning and stretching myself! Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

From Margarete Gilge (Germany) and here on her blog ~
in Germany this week we have real Irish weather. So what else one can do but draw. Here is my contribution for your St. Patricks Day IAST. A second version you can find on my blog under the link...
Thank you for this interesting challenge.
Best wishes from Germany

From Ingrid (The Netherlands) ~
Here is my IAST # 283 tile for this week.
Happy St. Patrick's Day.
Your pie looked so yummie!
With lots of love and have a blessed week,
Ingrid (from a windy and very rainy(this whole week)The Netherlands)

From Sharyn Penna, CZT (Massachusetts) ~
Too much to say about events near and far ...
Sending cheery shamrocks, a wee bit o’ green and a longing for appreciation of all the differences that make us all the same.

From VenaC (Whitby, Ontario, Canada) ~
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
I lost concentration doing bumpadox and I shouldn't have used Sh'rock for the bumps. Your example of bumpadox was so beautiful and mine is a mess, so not happy with mine and no time to start over. The snow is melting and I can see the leaves of tulips coming up. Isn't it amazing that they start their spring growing under the snow!
 It is beautiful.

From Gabi (Germany) ~
I’m just on the way to pub to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day!
A lot of greenish colour Sh-rock and a try to do Bumpadox... looks a little like I had a pint of Guinness before. Nonetheless it was fun to do!
 Hope you had fun!

From Moblue (Bremen, Germany) ~
recovered from the cold and well again I managed to complete this week's challenge in time, finally.
Although the patterns all were of the simple kind, it took a while to bring them all together on one tile. Your tripple divided string just begged me to color it with the Irish Flag and so I tried a bit of color this time.
In the end it turned out not really as I had it on my mind, but nevertheless it was fun drawing the pattern.

From Ginger (California) ~
Happy Saint Patrick's Day to all! I found that the Slainte and sh-rock worked well for today this week's patterns and of course had to add green! Slight shading to pronounce the sh-rock designs.

From Priscilla DeConti, CZT (Kingston, New York) ~
What a fun exercise..I haven't been tangling much due to a variety of reasons, but this helped lift my spirits and get back into it!
I loved the new tangles slainte and shrock and I added a couple of others, betweed and aframe to even out the tile. I found a green tile to work on which definitely helped as well.
Thanks and have a happy Saint Patrick's Day and a blessed week all!

From Lynn F. (Florida) ~
I found Sh’Rock 2 and added it to my tile. All new patterns for me. Brainstormed with my hubby to add the metallic gold dots. It was a team effort!
Thanks for another fun challenge.

From T. ~
Thanks for introducing me to Bumpadox. I enjoyed drawing it so much, I could have filled my entire tile with it.
Interestingly, I’m noticing that from week to week my finished tiles look nothing like I might imagine when I first see the string and patterns you’ve chosen for us to use in each challenge.
This week was no different. The string you gave us reminded me of a bishop’s ceremonial hat, yet my tile has come out looking more like some kind of alien greenhouse. I suppose that’s appropriate, since I love the colour green and this challenge was about St. Patrick’s Day :)

From Antony Visconti (Milan, Italy) ~
Happy Saint Patrick's day

...and a few days later, Antony sent in a second tile ~
Here's another shot at this challenge. Sail away on Saint Patrick's day

From Talia Maynard (London, United Kingdom) ~
...This may be too late but here is my tile for the st Patrick's day challenge. I went a bit crazy with the colour and it's turned out a bit like a flowering shrub in a pot! But I think it does look quite Irish!

From Cyndee Pelley (Indiana) and here on her blog ~
This challenge was a really good challenge. I did 3 tiles this week and felt each time that Sh*rock and the grids were just too much for each other. I never did solve the issue so I am excited to see what others did! Here are 2 tiles that I finished.

From Allison (California) ~
Here’s my late entry for IAST #283. It is ok if it isn’t included in the email, but I had fun doing it.

From Felicity Strohfeldt (Velddrif, South Africa) ~
Hope you are well. We are experiencing severe load shedding, at the present. The lights are switched off twice a day. So, the aim is to see your challenge when there is electricity and to knuckle down to zenning during the inconvenient stoppages. Of course, while there is natural daylight.
Had a great time with challenge 283. Enjoyed Slainte by Kate Mclleary. It’s a rich versatile zentangle. Your version of Bumpadox is charming and adds gorgeous depth to one’s work. A beautiful tribute to St Patrick’s day. Sh’dock works well as four leaf clovers that free up and float about and around on the tile.
Although this is a week to celebrate St Patrick, let’s give a moment to honour all the innocents so cruelly lost and injured in New Zealand this past week.
Have a good St Patrick’s Day.

From Lin H., CZT (Florida) ~
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, Adele!

Thank you one and all for your celebratory tiles.  They are particularly beautiful.

Special thanks to the creators of the tangles we used this week ~

Sláinte by Kate McIlreavy
Sh'rock by Diane Lachance, CZT
Bumpadox by Carole Ohl, CZT

Happy St. Patrick's Day one and all!

Check back tomorrow afternoon for "It's a String Thing" #284!