Paint, palette knifes, canvases, and more!
This page is home for all of the favorite things I love to use.

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The heavy bodied acrylics work so well with a palette knife!

This is very similar to the easel that I use. It is lightweight, adjustable, and easy to pack up and take with you if you decide to paint outdoors.

I use canvases for both mixed media paintings and palette knife art.

One of my very favorite adhesives for putting down mixed media papers and graphics. I use the matte version because I want my finished paintings to have a matte look. This can also be used to mix with soft bodied paints to thicken them up to help with creating texture.

I use soft bodied acrylics and my favorite brand is DecoArt. The paints with the gold tops are the best! You can also add some molding paste or gel medium to this paint to give it a heavy body for palette knife painting.

I use gesso to prepare wood panels, lighten up areas on my mixed media pieces, and prepare areas on mixed media papers before applying acrylic paints.

These wood panels are perfect for mixed media papers, textures, and painting. They are super sturdy and hold up well with mixed media abuse like distressing, sanding, or layering.

Glass beads is one of my favorite things to add to paintings. This stuff is like high class glitter! I love it!

These are great for adding an aged look to your mixed media pieces. The walnut ink pad is my favorite.

I love adding paper doilies to my paintings. They can be used in so many ways!

These pre-cut butterflies, birds, and florals are great for mixed media art!

These butterflies are great when cut out and added to mixed media paintings!

This book of scrapbook papers is one of my very favorites!

Birds on this poster can also be cut and added to paintings!

And this is another favorite book of scrapbooking papers that I use for mixed media paintings.

Palette knives are my very favorite tools for creating loose acrylic paintings!

This spatula is my favorite way (besides my fingers) to spread gel medium.

These unique shapes on these knives can help you create fun textures.

Rubber alphabet stamps are my favorite way to add wording to my paintings.

An ink pad is essential for your rubber stamping.

Pitt pens are great for adding some details to your paintings.

This is the camera mount I use for filming tutorials.

And this is the web cam I use for all of my filming.

This is the light kit that I use for all of my photos and video filming.

PicMonkey Photo editing made of win I use PicMonkey to edit all of my photos for my website, Pinterest pins, and blog posts. I love it!

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