Thank you so very much for your tangle cards and inspirations. I have laminated them with contact paper and put them on a ring. They are easy to flip through and gather ideas. I also will be using these in the summer camp craft class I teach and I am much easier about letting kids use them now.
I bought it with the intention of playing with tangled outfits. Here are my results on a few.
Perhaps your Lilah will enjoy this too. It reminded me a bit of your Tangled Fashionista just with less pre set strings or dress outlines. The girls come just covered with boy shorts and a strapless top. They give you stencils and stickers to play but I wanted to see what tangled outfits I could come up with. The stencils help if you are not good at outlining the idea of a dress or top but I use them rarely and only for a guideline.
Your latest post about kids using your tangle app was wonderful too. My daughter, Calista, is 5-1/2 and uses your app and your tangle cards intermittently. She has created many tangles for me including this beautiful tree.
|Tangle Tree by Calista, age 5 1/2|
Thank you again for all your books and resources you have published or been a part of. I believe your styles tend to be my favorite and thank you so much for the kids book! That has been so helpful for so many kids!
Hope you have a wonderful day!
Visit Chelsea's blog HERE for more really cool ideas and tangle-y fun!
And if you are in the Ohio area, check out her summer camps HERE.
For even more great inspiration in the fashion-doll theme, Suzanne McNeill just posted a YouTube video of a cute project - Zentangle Paper Dolls.