The theme for Monday’s Mixed Media Monday was “Teenagers Happen”. Yes, thanks to one of my teenagers (who had no idea he was downloading movies and stealing the bandwidth) the show did not go on. However, I am happy to say that I did carry on with the piece. My motto is the show must go on so I did record the entire process for your viewing pleasure! Here is what I painted Monday LIVE……
and on this rainy Memorial Weekend I took the time to re-create this…
Here is the list of materials that I used to create this page…
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- DecoArt Media Line:
- DecoArt Media Brush & Stencil Cleaner
- DecoArt Media Line Satin Varnish
- DecoArt Media Matte Medium
- DecoArt Media Line Gesso (White)
- DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics: (Paynes Grey, Quinacridone Magenta, Pyrrole Red, Carbon Black, Titanium White, Yellow Green Blue, Diarylide Yellow, Green Gold, Primary Cyan and Phithalo Blue)
- DecoArt Spray Sealer
- DecoArt Stencil (Fenced In)
- Brushes: DecoArt Flat, Round #6 and #8, Water Brushes
- Brush & Stencil Cleaner
- Ink: Momento
- Palette Paper
- Pens –Sharpie Twin Tip, Uniball Signo White, Decoart Black Canvas Marker, and Fude Ball
- Stabilo Marks All Pencil
So with that I say THANK YOU to everyone who tuned in and stuck with me to the bitter end! Next week the teens in the household have been banned Don’t forget to join our Facebook Group HERE: Mixed Media Monday’s! It is free to tune in and use the supplies you have!! It is all about the inspiration and letting it go. Just a reminder to stay tuned to my birthday fun coming up! Just a few more days and I am 45 and I will be celebrating with giveaways!!! Just a reminder to check out my calendar of events as the next Mixed Media Monday is May 25th!
Until then…do something creative everyday!
“Let go of the foolish need to compare yourself to everyone else, and you’ll free yourself to accomplish what matters most to you. Sometimes you have to remind yourself that you don’t have to always be and do what everyone else is being and doing. If you compete with others, you will become bitter. If you compete with a previous version of yourself, you will become better. It’s as simple as that. You are not in competition with anybody except yourself; plan to outdo your past not other people. And keep in mind that when you’re not competing against others, you can instead work with them on a common goal. You can use your combined insights and talents to achieve what none of you can alone. Incredible personal growth and learning occurs through relationships when the competitive spirit is replaced with a collaborative one.”