Class Supply List
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- two 11x17 inch sheets of CANSON Bristol with a textured Vellum finish in bright white (100lb/260g)
- PaperArtsy Stencils: PS286 (bugs & bones), PS288 (bats), PS287 (gothic window, stars & cats), PS291(drinks, lines & blocks), PS290 (cross hatches). OPTION: You can always just use what stencils you have available.
- PaperArtsy Stamps: ENB03 (bat damask), ENB02 (skulls), ENB01 (bones), ENB04 (mini skulls), ENB06 (martini). OPTION: You can always just use what stencils you have available. Plus you can use either the bone stencil or the bone stamp, you do not need both.
- OPTIONAL: there pages of music torn out of a music lesson book food at a thrift store.
- PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Paint: Heavy Cream, Tangerine Twist, Deep Sea, Blood Orange, Inky Pool and Gold. NOTE: If you wish to use a different colour palette , please choose it using either 'Complimentary' colours or 'Split Complimentary' colours. (Note: if you are using a different brand of acrylic paint, you will need a matte medium to coat your pages with after creation, so that they do not stick to one another.)
- OPTIONAL: I also used the following 3 inks, but you can also use watered down paint... Bombay Teal, Golden Ink in Indigo, and Liquitex acrylic ink in Iridescent Rich Bronze.
- BLENDING OPTIONS: I used Caran Dache Neocolor II's in Indian Red and Azure Blue. These can be substituted with Tombow markers #379 & #905 or derwent intense pencils.
- OPTIONAL to add visual texture: PaperArtsy Infusions in 'Rusty Car' & 'Royal Blood'.
- Brayer/roller or scraping tool (these will give you a different look depending on which tool you have and use).
- RANGER Distress Glazes in fired brick, fossilized amber & salvaged patina. These can be switched out for complementary embossing powders.
- INK PAD: I used Rangers' Tim Holtz Distress Vintage Photo and WOW! clear Embossing pad.
- Water Spritz bottle
- Awhl for poking holes.
- Fabric ribbon or strips of recycled fabric as your binding thread.
- Plus your regular art journaling paint brushes and ink blending tools.