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Tangle It! Journal: Tangle It! Journal is an entertaining art activity book that provides inspiration, ideas and, art challenges. This Journal is ... with step by step instructions. (Volume 1) Diary – September 25, 2015
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Alice, Simona, and Ina met through Facebook. It soon crystallized that all 3 have a lot in common: the love for drawing, blogging, chatting, and CATS! Combining their talents produced Volume 1 of Tangle It! Journal. Each one contributed in their own way - recommending their favorite method to apply meditative drawing during a stressful day.
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The other fun thing about this book is that you can join in the fun with Alice, Ina, and Simona by joining their Facebook page by the same name as the book and post your creations and interact with other people who also have the book. They are very active on Facebook and also do additional challenges and post new patterns.
I look forward to their next book.
The Sakura Pigma Micron pens work very nicely as do the Sharpie fine tip pen. The Sharpie fine tip markers will bleed thru the paper.
And the paper? Awful. For a book that is made to be drawn in, the paper is coarse and much too thin. Using the pigment ink pens that most tanglers use -- Sakura Pigma Microns -- even a light hand used to fill in spaces in tangles can be seen through the pages at best, and at worst the ink bleeds through. This book is shown as Vol. 1. I know I will not be buying Vol. 2.