About this Course
Autumn is a favorite season. For you too?
Come on and jump in. This is the perfect way to laugh and love our way into brand new sketching practices and come up with all kinds of beautiful and creative ideas for your heart and home.
We will playfully work our way through watercolors, pen & ink, art journaling, and painting on wood blocks (yes, a favorite!) And, we will get to try out the softest wool, too. I personally love to have a piece of handiwork (embroidery, quilting, stitchery) to keep my fingers warm and busy. I will show you how to move your sketches into any stitching project.
We will be creating art we love (from our very own fingers), making practical and beautiful works to grace our homes and gift our friends/family. Almost every project we make is giftable! Just think of it...beautiful art from your sweet heart, all ready for the Christmas holidays.
Here are a few examples:
-Art journals and soft woolies...to make and to gift...
-Blessing boards filled with goodness
-Soups & harvest meals
-Joyful sketches that will make you smile
-a cottage gate to welcome the season
-And dozens more sketching ideas to add to your sparkling season!
(Art of Goodness: Winter Gifting -- projects will follow in November!!!)
About the instructor
You will need:
- Art Journal (handmade or store-bought)
- Book paper - paper pulled out of old books or your handmade art journal
- Mechanical pencils
- Acrylic Paints in your favorite colors and black & metallic color (silver, gold, copper)
- Watercolor paints
- Paint brushes - a couple flats and angled shaders (you may like a mop, liner, filbert)
- Neo Color II watercolor crayons (small tin/favorite colors)
- Watercolor paper (Strathmore mixed media vellum book or smooth watercolor paper- my favorite is 140 lb. hot pressed)
- Watercolor paper Cards (4x6 or square)
- Thick black pen - sharpie fine point works well
- A white pen (uniball signo)
- Fall/holiday papers you love
- Mod podge or decoupage (matte)
- Muslin/Duck cotton material 1/4yard or scraps
- Heavy body titanium white paint (golden is my favorite)
- Acrylic paints in fall and bright colors
- Wood blocks (cut from a 2x4) - cut your own or have them cut at a hardware store
- Sandpaper (for smoothing wood)
- Small eye screws - make sure the hole is large enough to fit ribbon trim
- Floss in various seasonal colors
- Small squares or scraps of wool, flannel, cotton material
- A bunch of tickets or scrap paper "ticket size"
- Thin utility/craft/jewelry wire
- Favorite fall/holiday recipes
- Quotes or happy thoughts you want to share
- And a photo of you…
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