Pumpkins have arrived at Rancho Santa Fe Library (San Diego County). Thanks to the generous Rancho Santa Fe Library Guild, sixteen lucky ladies tangled their way to a beautiful faux pumpkin 10/12/19.
If you haven't had a chance to visit this library, I would advise you to take the drive and check out this library with it's many rooms of interest. While you are here, have lunch and see the town as well. Each weekend they have Car & Coffee (amazing selections of beautiful vehicles parked throughout the town). Facebook sitehttps://www.facebook.com/rsfcandc/
I thought I'd introduce Alcohol Ink as a background color for our faux pumpkins (can be purchased at Michael's Craft Store). Alcohol Ink is a very liquid media that blends into each other and creates amazing backgrounds to use the Zentangle Method on.
These are a couple of my previous Alcohol Ink tiles I created.
For the pumpkins, we dripped alcohol inch to give a bit of fun to our orange pumpkins.
Whether your pumpkin is white, orangle, black, teal, purple... you will have a beautiful decoration to give away as hostess gift for the Fall Holidays or keep to use again next year.