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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

All-day Tangle

Next Saturday will be really fun as we have our first Tangle-Day!

From 11 to 1 we will do a basic Zentangle® class for those who have not yet taken a class with a CZT (Certified Zentangle® Teacher). From there, the world is your Tangle-Oyster! (Meaning, then you are on your Tangle-Way)

From 1-6--it's all about experimenting, play and creating. You can choose from as many projects as you have time for--Tangled earrings, and/or pendant or charms, tangled shoes or clothes, tangling with color or white on black, bookmarks, cards, etc, etc. If you have an article of clothing you want to tangle or a vase or something, please bring it. I will have lots of supplies for the other things mentioned available, a few clothing blanks (tote bags, silk folding fans and baseball hats!) and jewelry makings to purchase if you don't have your own, and the tools needed. 

Full day with Zentangle Basics class--$50 plus materials fee if applicable. ($25 for members) 
Play day only (1-6) $15 plus materials fees if you use Studio supplies (they will be reasonable!) ($7.50 for members) 
** (Must have taken a basic class from a CZT!) 

Other news--

I taught a 1-3rd grade class at The Children's House Montessori school in Lansing last week.  I was a bit intimidated as this was the youngest class I've attempted to teach, but as always with Zentangle (R) I was amazed and delighted by what the kids produced.
And they LIKED it!  So much so, that I'm going back this week for the other 1-3 classroom.
Now to get the teachers together for a class----.

I spent the weekend at recitals.  First was my niece in Cleveland.  She has a big and amazing studio-- On Your Toes!--in Solon.  Her recitals are always grand celebrations of her talented dancers --two of whom are my great-nieces.  This year was her tenth anniversary, and the recital was spectacular.  Her dancers can do so many types of dance--from ballet and tap, to hip-hop and I-don't know-what, and do them well.  I was MOST impressed!

Then it was on to granddaughter S's recital in East Lansing.  Much smaller production, but just as happy kids.  S was wonderful, and baby N was SO impressed!

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