-Not one, but THREE full length videos of me sitting with you and talking you through the process of creating your own pieces of art
-An explanation of how I use supplies
-Tips and tricks
-Simple and straightforward instructions on video and in written form
-Access to my private Facebook community for extra support and encouragement
Here’s a little sped up sample of the course…
What will you get in these heart to hearts?
- Full length videos of me sitting with you and talking you through the process of creating your own piece of art
- A list of recommended supplies, tools, and brands
- An explanation of how I use supplies
- Tips and tricks
- Templates to download for extra help
- Simple and straightforward instructions on video and in written form
- Access to my private Facebook community for extra support and encouragement
What Happens After You Make A Purchase?
- Immediately upon purchase, you will be directed to Paypal and the course will be sent directly to your email box with a link that will direct you to the online tutorial page along with your password. (If for some reason you do not receive your link immediately, email me at email@example.com)
- You can access the tutorial any time at your leisure.
- You will have lifetime access to the tutorial and can revisit it from your email link as many times as you wish!
Here’s What Others Are Saying…
“It was very clear, very well explained and you kept it fun….I liked that it wasn’t too long.”
“I liked that you had the line drawing.
I enjoyed how you explained how to draw the shapes.”
“I can see you are a born ‘mother’ who is able to break down painting into baby steps.”
“It has been really fun!! Very clear instructions and great teaching style.”
“I absolutely loved taking Amanda’s mixed media e-course! I really love art. However, I felt a bit uneasy about creating a piece of my own……but her friendly, conversational teaching style put me right at ease. She covered it all step by step with lots of tips along the way. Thank you, Amanda for creating this course!!”
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In this project, I used a decorative 8×10 canvas with brass studs on the sides. You can use any size canvas that you choose.
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2. Acrylic Paint
Any acrylic paint will do. I used these basic colors: light blue, white gesso or white paint, dark pink, light pink, green, brown, and yellow ochre.
3. Palette Knife
Any size or type will work just fine.
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I used an 8×8 decorative canvas in this video, but any canvas or canvas board can be used also.
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2. Mod Podge
I use the matte version of Mod Podge in this video.
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3. Acrylic Paint
I use some of the same colors in this piece that I used in the previous project, except I added turquoise to this one.
4. Assorted paint brushes and a palette knife
I use a variety of brushes, my fingers, and a small palette knife in this video, but any medium or small brush will work!
5. Scrapbook papers
This will be your main background décor for the canvas and for the pumpkin.
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6. Paper Doilies
I love doilies and used half of an oblong shaped one in this piece. You can use what you can find and what you like.
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The stencil I used in this piece is called Jacobean Floral and it is made by DecoArt. You may use plastic stencils like the ones I am using in the video or you could simply make some dots by dipping your finger in paint. You can also use household items like an empty toilet paper roll to stamp on your background. Just dip the end in some paint and make random circles on your background.
8. Rubber Alphabet Stamps and Ink Pad
I use two different sizes and I also mix up the fonts in this piece. You may use what you have or what you like.
9. Butterfly Clipart
I use a printed butterfly from one of my scrapbook pages, but you can also find some here on this website: The Graphics Fairy
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- Watercolor Paper
I used Strathmore 140lb paper in this video. You may use what you have or what you can find in your local craft store.
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2. Acrylic Paint
I used the same paint from the previous projects in this piece also. I tried to keep it simple and easy.
I used watercolor brushes for this, but any round paint brush with a good pointed tip will work.
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