Monthly Archives: March 2014

Tabletop Day

“Tabletop” is the YouTube show on the Geek & Sundry channel is responsible for a lot! Originally I watched it cos it was Wil Wheaton, and I’ve had a lifelong thing for Wil Wheaton.  But then it spawned a new … Continue reading

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Remember these old things? I don’t have one of those, but I did find this in the 99p Store a while ago: And this morning I’ve been messing around with it:

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Random Observations

– is it wrong to give up on a comic on page 3 because they misused “your”? – how about if on page five they misuse “where”? – it was an interesting story, so I forgave the comic mistakes 3, … Continue reading

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Word Jar

A year or so ago I found a writing prompt that suggested filling a jar with words clipped out of magazines and such, then selecting a few words completely randomly and writing from them. I, being me, spent a good … Continue reading

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A Study in Antidots

One of my favourite tangles at the moment is Antidots.  Designed by Anita Roby-Lavery, these are the instructions (as collected from I’ve been including it in quite a few of my pieces, but I’ve also been looking at other … Continue reading

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Zentangle Challenges

Challenge 53 is another Bentangle – this time a beautiful heart mandala Challenge 54 is to use type of paper you wouldn’t normally use, so I tangled on this piece of wrapping paper. Challenges 55, 56 and 57 are three … Continue reading

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6 Word Story Series

Next up is “romance”.  Not so easy, considering the extreme romance drought in my life at the moment.  But I had a go. My heart.  It’s yours.  Vacuum packed. Love lingers, no matter who dies. I’ll die for you.  Or … Continue reading

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