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NEW E-BOOK - TANGLE TRANSFORMATION - AVAILABLE NOW!


At last! It's done!!

My new e-book Tangle Transformation is finally complete and ready to go! 

So excited!

So, what's it about?

One of the questions I am most often asked is how I transform patterns from their original format into something unique - in Tangle Transformation I'll show you my techniques for experimenting with patterns and give you strategies and ideas that will help you to transform patterns beyond the basic.

Tangle Transformation is a 54 page digital e-book in PDF format and includes an interactive Table to Contents for easy navigation throughout the e-book.

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Though I'm experiencing my usual nail biting terror at releasing a new book, I'm very happy with how it's turned out and hope that you are going to love it!

If you just want to race ahead and purchase Tangle Transformation without going any further (you know you want to!!), go right ahead and click the "Buy it Now" to go straight to Paypal payment processor.

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PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE USING PAYPAL ACCOUNT, OR CREDIT CARD

Want to know a bit more first? Absolutely! 

As e-books can be a bit of an unknown factor I've got a little preview video of Tangle Transformation for you to check out so that you can make an informed decision as to whether it will be the right book for you. 

Here's the video

**Please note if you are reading this post in an email you may need to visit to website to view the video.

Tangle Transformation is available now for

US$16.00

Payments can be made by either Paypal or Credit Card


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Purchase TANGLE TRANSFORMATION by clicking on the "Add to Cart" button above - this will open up the shopping cart, select "Check out with Paypal" - you will then have the option of paying with either a Paypal Account, or credit card. Alternatively select "Buy Now" to bypass the cart and go straight to Paypal payment options.

Thank you! 

I hope you're going to love it! 

Comments

  1. Congrats on your new book, I think it will be great Helen! Since I don't have a Paypal account I will have to look to get one........creative regards, Miranda

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    1. Hi Miranda,

      Thank you! You don't need a Paypal account - you can pay by credit card. Paypal is the payment processor so it can be a bit confusing. Underneath the sign in section, select to Pay with Credit Card or Debit Card. Hope this helps :) Helen

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  2. Just ordered. Looking forward to the book. Your work is exceptional.

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  3. Dear Helen, thank you for helping me with my download! I have it now!
    I love love every book you are publishing!!! The knowledge you are sharing with us is so valuable that I hope more people buy your books to support your talent!
    If you ever decide to sell signed prints of your art on Etsy or another site I will be the first to purchase one. I love your style, the elegance, the sweet harmony in your drawings. I find your tangles a finished piece of art and they have so much good energy that I would love to have one framed at my workplace.
    Thank you for sharing with us your knowledge and paths! Thank you for teaching us how creativity works! Big hugs Vesta xx

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    1. Hi Vesta,

      I am glad you managed to get the e-book downloaded safe and sound :) Thank you so much for the lovely compliment! It is wonderful to hear that you are enjoying the e-books.

      I don't have any plans to sell prints of my work at this stage - too much on my plate as it is - but I will definitely keep it in mind.

      Thanks for the wonderful support :) Helen x

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  4. Oh Helen, you've done it again! Another fabulous ebook! I ordered and downloaded mine, and flipped through it, I can't wait till I have a good block of time to sit and digest it! Thank you for so generously sharing your amazing talent with us via your blog, and for your encouragement, and your wonderful videos! God bless!

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    1. Hi Lynda,

      Thanks so much for your lovely compliment and for purchasing my e-book. I hope you have fun with it when you have time to play :) hx

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  5. Hi, Helen ~ Just downloaded my copy. 😊 I was only able to give it a quick glance, but the ebook looks fabulous—not that I expected anything less from talented YOU! Thanks for sharing so much knowledge with us, and, once again, thank you for your assistance in providing me with a copy of the mini ebook. May your sales numbers sky-rocket! PS I think Vesta is right ... you should open an Etsy (or other online) shop.

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    1. YAY! I'm glad we got your mini e-book sorted for you. Thank you for purchasing Tangle Transformation, too :) I hope you have a lot of fun with it when you get time to play.

      Unfortunately no time for Etsy at this stage......but in the future who knows?

      Thanks for the wonderful support - I hope my sales skyrocket, too - haha :) hx

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  6. Wow - I've just downloaded your "Tangle Transformations". I truly appreciate the incredible amount of work that you put into this e-book and thank you so much for making it available to your fans. I've only scanned through the pages, and can't wait to sit down and go through it more thoroughly. Your work is wonderful!

    Barbara

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    1. Thank you, Barbara :) So lovely to hear the you are enjoying it! Have fun :) Helen

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  7. I downloaded my copy tonight and again you delivered a fantastic ebook. Great job Helen! <3

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  8. Hey Helen..... Have paid for the download but haven't received it yet? Anything else I need to do? Can't wait to work my way through it by the way xx

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    1. Hi! No problems - it should have come automatically as soon as the payment was processed, I will organise a new download email for you - can you send me an email: alittlelime@gmail.com so I have your address :) Thanks!

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