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- Watercolor Paper 140lb or Mixed Media Paper or Art Journal – 10 pages
- Paint in color palettes of choice – Watercolor Paints and Acrylic Paints for sure.
Be sure to have white, cream, or ivory. Heavy Body Acrylic is quite fun to work with, but not required.
- If you have any ink or spray inks of choice they can be fun. Try for at least one color, preferably black, white, blue, or brown depending on your color palette.
- Pencils – Charcoal or Stabilo for shading.
- Gesso, Modeling Paste (if possible), Gesso can work if no modeling paste.
- Tissue Paper or Coffee Filter or Tea Bags
- Stencils if you have them.
- Paint Brushes, Palette Knife or another spreading/mixing tool.
- Fluid Matte Medium if possible. If you have regular matte medium we can place some in a jar and water it down. If you have Matte Mod Podge on hand we can make that work too. The Fluid Matte Medium is the best to work with for these type of projects.
- Collage pieces such as photographs, magazine clippings, internet printouts, book clippings, various illustrations.
- Ephemera – details to add personal interest to your pages. What are your favorite symbols, images, objects? What do you collect that can add an even more personal touch to your work?