Watch Next – How to Doodle Your Own Zentangle Patterns: https://youtu.be/lJLuCjQKWB0?list=PLuIKiyIzTkW6qbLP4U3CBVoqVRS7H45HF
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Step by step instructions in time-lapse for making twelve different Zentangle patterns.
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Uses the concepts discussed in my Zentangle for Beginners – Step by Step video (link above) to create new sample patterns for use in your Zentangle doodles.
These are some of the patterns I show my fifth grade students while they are creating their own Zentangle Nametags. If you use this video in your classroom, let me know how it works for you!
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