Who knew that one day in the future my kind of mindless pen doodling would be a trendy form of art with which I could create a card? For quite some time, I have subscribed to a web site that sends me (what at times seems like too many) emails with links to learn to draw new tangles. I hardly ever open those emails, but I know that a proper tangle begins with a string and doodling is hardly a foreign concept to me. I can't remember a time when I sat in a class without doodling, and to this day I reach for pen and paper when I get on the phone--not because I might need to write something down, but because my right hand needs to write random words from the conversation (upside-down, sideways, squiggly) and then be drawn and decorated. And the margin isn't supposed to stay white, right? Seriously. There have been times when I've ended a telephone conversation and remembered something that I need to remember, but trying to find my little note about it on the paper I was "working on" during the conversation can be quite tricky. All this to say that the card I'm sharing today features zentangles. They are far from perfect, and I'd be lying if I claimed to have not gone temporarily blind after all of that pen work. Good Lord, I thought my eyes would never focus again. Every little line and dot is oh, so very close to the paper. Ha! I really, really enjoyed working on the tangles for this card that I made for my mother. The dress was cut from a retired-too-soon Stampin' Up! dress form die, and you can actually see the starting string that I drew to divide my tangle sections. Other Stampin' Up! products featured on this card include Daffodil Delight seam binding, heart punch, rhinestone jewel, Whisper White, Daffodil Delight, and Basic Black card stock, and sentiment from the brand new, coming soon Good Greetings stamp set. This is definitely not my last zentangle project, but I need to be sure and do my tanglin' before the wee morning hours.