Zentangle and calligraphy go hand in hand. Naturally, since zentangle was created by none other than Maria Thomas, scribe extraordinaire, and her partner, Rick.
Every year I create a handmade present for everyone on my Christmas List. Last year I did homemade vanilla with calligraphed labels. The previous year I made these zentangle and calligraphy coaster sets. (True confession: these didn’t actually go to *everyone* on the list because they were rather expensive but quite a few on the list received a set.) I had so much fun making these. I wish I could find a vendor to make them less expensively than for what I paid as I would love to offer them in an Etsy shop or something.
In the meantime, guess what … I am giving away one of these limited number of sets for free! Between the forum’s opening date of 10/27/2013 until we reach 100 members (or midnight December 31, 2013 – whichever comes first), every eligible member who joins the forum will be entered. (*See Official Rules & details below.) I know we can do this! Even if it takes us some time!
So tell all your calligraphy and zentangle friends – great things are happening on The Flourish Forum!
Official Rules & Details: *Giveaway is for one winner of one set of eight custom made calligraphy&zentangle coasters (value $40) by Erica McPhee as pictured above. Coaster holder is not included. Eligible entrants must be 18 or older and a resident of the United States. The giveaway will be open retroactively beginning 10/27/2013 until midnight of the day the forum reaches 100 members or midnight December 31, 2013, whichever comes first. Entrance is automatic for eligible members after joining The Flourish Forum. Those eligible who have already joined will automatically be entered. One entry per person and the eligible entrant must still be a member when the winner is drawn. Winner will be chosen at random using a numbered list of eligible members and random.org. Shipping is free by First Class Mail. Winner is responsible for any tax reporting and/or liability. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited.