Lately I have been obsessed with painting gingerbread boys and gum drops. I love the sugar coating and the idea that Christmas is coming soon. Why don't we get prepared this year and enjoy the process of journaling throughout the time leading up to the Big Day! Let's cherish our creative time and slow down a bit. I believe that staying creative through the busy holiday season is important. If we don't give ourselves a few minutes of creative time, the stress of all the hubbub can soon start to deplete us. Let's keep that creative muscle fine tuned and play and paint and enjoy this Christmas season!
use what you have on hand. these are the supplies you'll see me use, but not everything is a must. The journal, a few paints, and some watercolors is all that is needed. don't feel like you have to get everything on the list.
Jane davenport - butterfly journal (the blank one)
--->>and here is the direct link to Jane's shop for our students on the other side of the world
bulldog clips to secure your pages while working.
chic sparrow insert size narrow (8.25 x 4.5") - blank ---->> use code MINDY10 to save 10% in her shop
3x6 manilla tags or small cut pieces of watercolor paper
fibers - think candy, christmas, gingerbread themed colors (this is for your tag topper) how cute will these be spilling of the top of your journal?!
** Clay or paper clay - to make our own clips. this is optional of course. you could also cut and make a cute clip out of heavy card stock. a couple paper clips to glue to the back
Happy Birthday watercolor set - I am working with Rachel Beth on this class and if they are not in stock right now, they will be soon. Also, please contact her with any requests or questions. Her watercolors are amazing!! so creamy and the colors are more subtle (and to me that makes them easier to work with)
Prima basic watercolor set or any set you have on hand
Prima watercolor brushes - ROUNDS size 6, size 2, size 0, size 12
**Da Vinci brush - size 1(this is one of my favorite brushes but it's totally optional)
teeny brush for detail work - princeton liner 10/0
Tim Holtz paint flips: barn door, rusty hinge, marmalade, squeezed lemonade, mowed lawn, tumbled glass, broken china, dusty concord, milled lavender, picket fence, ground espresso - these are the colors I used for this project but feel free to use any colors you like. I love these paints for the cover of the canvas journal because these move effortlessly while painting the cover.
ceramcoat glitter ice - also found in michael's
stickles - used for gumdrops sugar coating :-)
a few colored pencils - red, yellow, green, purple
a few neocolor ii's - in purple, turquoise, yellow, green, etc (or a small set of 12 will be fine)
*mitsubishi blue red pencil - optional
blick matte acrylic: green blue light
Americana - neon peach punch
How long will I have access to the course? Lifetime access. Videos are downloadable
Do I need all the supplies on the supply list? No, I am all about using what you have on hand. Any watercolor palette will be fine. I love the Prima palettes and we will be using the Happy Birthday palette from Designs by Rachel Beth but you don't have to have those exact ones.
Will there be a Facebook group? It depends on how many folks sign up. If I get over 50 people to sign up, then I'll definitely host a FB group with the help of my two Admins, Amy and Nolwenn.
Can I share this content and my link to my friends and family? Please don't. We ask that 1 signin for your household only. thank you! now onward to Gumdrops land!!
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