When it comes to design, Zentangle is all about your style

When you’re a designer and you need to figure out how to sell your wares, you’ve probably heard of Zentangles.

 It’s a business model that allows people to design clothes and accessories for others online and pay commissions to retailers.

Zentangles have had a long history in Australia.

“We started in the 1980s and grew from there,” said Zentangled founder Chris O’Brien.

The site has grown to over 50,000 members.

There are over 70,000 active members, and they’ve got an Instagram account where they can show off their designs and interact with each other.

It’s also a great way to make friends with fellow designers.

I started to get some really good contacts, they were just like, ‘hey mate, I want to sell you something and we want you to make it work for us’,” said O’Briens co-founder, Joe Walker.

When O’Benjamin and Walker first met, they both wanted to make their own clothes.

In 2009, O’Billy and Walker started a business with their brother, Chris, and launched Zentange, with the aim of making their own clothing.

Walker said the company grew organically, as members started to use the platform to promote themselves and their products.

A typical member’s profile photo is of a white background, a black circle and a design that features a zebra, which Zentanges logo, Obras and Paws.

You can now buy clothes from the internet, online, anywhere you are, from anywhere in the world, from Zentango, he said, with an array of brands including H&M, Zara, Louis Vuitton, Zazzle and more. “

[It’s] a great place for you to buy clothes, to get in touch with the fashion people you’re interested in, and to see where you can buy the clothes,” he said.

You can now buy clothes from the internet, online, anywhere you are, from anywhere in the world, from Zentango, he said, with an array of brands including H&M, Zara, Louis Vuitton, Zazzle and more.

This is a world where people can shop online, and that’s something we’re all keen to try and do.

We are the only company that sells clothes online, from any country.

We have over 50 members in the community, and we have a huge selection of designer clothes and designer accessories,” said Obrad, of Ztangles site.

Many members also have online accounts, which is a good way to get more members.

But the site also has a dedicated forum for members to meet each other and share ideas, as well as selling design ideas.

One of the most popular members, Scott Smith, said he liked that there was a forum to give advice on how to start a business online.”

We do a lot of the same things, we sell clothes online and we sell accessories online,” he told News.au.

Some members also help other members to get started with their business, like buying materials and supplies for their business.

Smith said Ztange was an opportunity to get people to start up their own business online, without having to deal with retail stores.

If you’re looking to start your own business, just get in contact with Ztangle, he told.

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