As you can surmise from the title, I'm still thinking about Zentangle's, and more specifically how to incorporate Zentangles into jewellery. I've made a little rule for myself - mainly to keep me in check. I will only invest time into a new craft if I can possibly incorporate it into my jewellery somehow.
Yes, lots of ideas we're floating around my head last night preventing me from getting a decent nights sleep!
First we have the obvious (at least to me, and anyone who works with polymer, or metal clay). Zentangles are line drawings. They would translate very well into stamps, or texture tiles.
You could also draw your tangles directly onto an object, and then seal it.
Using an image transfer medium you could transfer it onto metal, or polymer.
You could draw out Zentangles, then scan and reduce the image to use with the glass tiles! In the same vein, shrink your images down to fit in bezels, and pour resin on top.
A great one for the kids - have them draw directly on shrinky dink paper, punch holes, and string them up as a pendant. Kids will have an easier time drawing on a larger scale in any case.
Now, I haven't had time to play with any of these ideas yet...maybe in the new year! I'd love to hear about any ideas you may have - feel free to share if you like :-)