Adult coloring isn’t all happiness and stress relief. Well, that’s what some are trying to warn you about.
Especially zentangle, a copywrited method, has come into the cross-fire and suspiscion of causing more harm than good.
But what lies behind the accusations?
Manjiri Vivek Sabnis, a trained electrical engineer settled in Bangalore, began practicing Zentangling two years ago. Like many others, she got hooked to the copyrighted drawing method by its claim of being brain yoga, a serene way to develop mindfulness and spiritualism.
Who isn’t totally inspired by Monika and what she writes at I Love It All? I mean, her March 30 Lists post is a delight and inspiration for all journal and scrapbooking inkovators.
You NEED to go see her fantastic spreads right now!
I’ve been setting up my 30 Lists Journal for the March challenge, just a little bit here and there as I’m watching my lineup of British crime series’ on Amazon Prime. If you haven’t heart about 30 Lists, you can read more and Register Here, which opens Saturday, February 10th.
If you follow Inkovator you know we are very impressed by Erin, the Petit Planner.
She’s the real deal. Focussed, spot on, with a flair of whimsicle yet fiercely focussed. Quite honest? Journalling at it’s best!
That’s why we are pleased to give her the shout out she deserves – here’s just ONE glimpse of what she’s got to offer.
We’re so confident that you’ll be hooked on Erin once you click through.
You’ve likely seen people using watercolor in their bullet journal. But do you know how they do it without tons of bleeding? This post will show you 3 easy methods to add watercolor to your bullet journal. Watercolor has become extremely popular in the last 6 months-1 year.
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