It's never been easy for me to refrain from over-thinking, and Zentangle has rarely been any exception. I often struggle with it, putting way too much thought into anything and everything.
This week's KISS challenge is a welcome reminder for me, and I've got 2 tangles to show for it.
I was drinking coffee. See the bean? :) The patterns are Chard (by Linda Farmer) and Mosey, which is one of my own. You can see the step-out here. Feel free to use the pattern if you like. :)
I rather like this one. I made it a point not to fill every space (something I tend to do). I used Cubine (a ZT original), CO2 (by Antonine Megger), Reticulated (by Livia Chua), Girlande (by Simone Bischoff), and a rather simplified version of Scrawlz (by Jane Dickinson).
I hope all of you have a simply wonderful holiday, and I leave you with something I ran across on social media this week. It has nothing to do with the challenge, but it's a beautiful reminder of how we all shouldn't believe we see our own beauty accurately.