The small, intimate class was as enthusiastic as they could be, with no fewer than three kids ages nine to twelve, if I remember correctly. Normally, the classes at Two Hands are for adults and the owner called to ask if I would allow kids under twelve in my class, and that the mother assured her girl and boy were both very "artsy." I said yes, of course. Who doesn't want to promote art in our youth?! I'm so glad that my parents always supported my interest in any type of art or craft, messy as many were; like a potter's wheel in the basement!
Kids are delightfully uninhibited - all three created beautiful ornaments and had no problems learning the tangle strokes. They just dove in! That's a refreshing reminder to all of us adults who agonize too much over this line and that dot!
Not to short shrift the adults in class. They were every bit as eager and adept as their results show. This particular ornament bedazzled us all. The student used sparkling gel pens on it, which you don't see here as well as in real life. It worked so well with the crystal dangle.
One of my New Year's resolutions is to be more active about my blog posts. I hope you all have success with your resolutions - especially if they include adding more Zentangle to your routine. Until next time, Happy Healthy New Year!