11/1/15 WINNER WINNER is Teresa Godines! CONGRATS to you! Please email your shipping address to firstname.lastname@example.org to claim your prize!Loew-Cornell sent me some new toys to play with in my new Studio and asked me to contribute to their October newsletter. I got some fun products to play with! I decided the Loew-Cornell, Simply Art Wooden Tag Panels were the perfect Halloween surface…….I used DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics and Mediums with the new Loew Cornell Dabbers! Here is what I created…….
Here is are step outs from the project….
- Loew-Cornell, Simply Art Wooden Tag Panels
- DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics: (Prussian Blue Hue, Carbon Black, Green Gold, Cobalt Teal Hue, Cobalt Turquoise Hue, Diozazine Purple, Vermillion, Diarylide Yellow Titan Buff and Paynes Grey)
- DecoArt Media Gesso (White)
- DecoArt Media Texture Sand Paste
- DecoArt Crackle Paste
- DecoArt Matte Medium
- DecoArt Spray Sealer (Matte)
- DecoArt Media Satin Varnish
- DecoArt Chalky Finish (Carbon) for reverse side
- Brushes: Loew-Cornell Mixed Media Coarse Sponge Dabber , Fine Sponge Dabber, and Rough Stippling Dabber, and Loew-Cornell #2 Liner Brush and #4 Flat Brush
- Grafix Rub Onz
- Ribbon: May Arts
- Stencil: Andy Skinner Day of the Dead
- DecoArt Brush & Stencil Cleaner
I am in LOVE with the Loew Cornell Dabbers! They come in three types of sponges for a different texture: Loew-Cornell Mixed Media Coarse Sponge Dabber , Fine Sponge Dabber, and Rough Stippling Dabber! Perfect for Mixed Media! Thank you Loew Cornell for getting me in the Day of the Dead spirit……..!
Please enjoy a time lapse of my creative process HERE:
THANK YOU TO LOEW-CORNELL for asking me to try out new surfaces! It was fun. GIVEAWAY TIME!! here is your chance…..leave a comment on this blog post go leave some love over on Loew Cornell’s Facebook Wall for a chance to win this awesome prize! I will pick a winner on Halloween, October 31st!
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