A few bottles of Tim Holtz new Distress Paints (on sale, who am I kidding,
I'm gonna have to back and buy all of them )
Kraft Glassine (very cool wax paper like paper, tons of possibilities)
Cling stamps- also on sale
XL Recycled Bristol paper (on sale, sooo I had no choice but to get
it. Its a 96lb paper good for mixed media. One side is smooth the
other is side is textured.
Canvas pad - never tried it before but looks like fun. There are 10
sheets of 12x1 6 sheets of canvas for acrylic and oil paints.
Back to where I started, so I ventured in and started playing with the
paints and testing them out. The paints are extremely cool and once dried
they do not re-wet. I think that will be perfect for backgrounds. The
Glassine paper is really really cool. I’ve
got an idea in mind that I’ll show later.
I played so much, I completely forgot about the wonderful video I was
going to do. And now it's time to get ready to watch the taped last
episode of scandal.. :( .. sniff.
Wait! There’s more. Then I went to AC
Moore (formerly Ben Franklins), looking for a particular paint brush and just
my luck they had it. Not only did they
have it, it was on SALE!!! And what a sale, Winsor & Newton Cotman wash
brushes are normally like $30 bucks (and I would NEVER spend that kinda money
on a brush. I’m real cheap $4 a brush is
my limit). These babies where on sale
for $2.50. Let me spell that out..two
dollars and fifty cents. I got the last
two and a couple of round brushes. What
a great day.
The above is a painting of a fairy getting caught in a spring rain shower. (I
liked the pic so much I put a version of it in my art journal, ck out
Until the next blog..