Pam Bray Designs: A Girl With Flair

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 Let It Snow….Let It Snow!!!
Are you ready for winter?
Snowmen, shopping, trees, decorations and all the baking!!!
I am so excited I created a “Let It Snow” Canvas to celebrate the season!

Begin by first giving the 8″ x 8″ canvas a good coat of White Gesso. 
Lay stencil on canvas; apply Crackle Paste with palette knife. Dry.

Paint prepared canvas with a wash of mix of Cerulean Blue and Titanium White; dry. 

Paint over canvas with a wash of Primary Yellow; dry. 

Paint canvas with a wash of Paynes Grey; dry. 

Dry brush Cadmium Red Hue to prepared canvas; dry. 

Stamp background image with Carbon Black paint; dry. 
Lay stencil on prepared canvas; apply Titanium White paint using stencil brush; dry. 

Punch two circles from pattern paper. 

Add to front of canvas with decoupage with paint brush to create snowman; dry. 

Shade the snowman with Paynes Grey; dry. 

Draw scarf on pattern paper; add to snowman with decoupage; dry. 
Paint lines on snowman and scarf along with features of snowman face and heart with paint; dry. 
Using stencil brush and Cadmium Red Hue to create checks. 
Make dots with Titanium White; dry. 

Paint “Let It Snow” sentiment, snowflakes and icicles with paint: dry. 
Adhere to front of canvas. 

I hope I have inspired you to create yourself a fun and festive canvas. 
Hugs Pam
DecoArt Media Supplies:
White Gesso
Crackle Paint
Primary Yellow
Paynes Grey
Cerulean Blue
Cadmium Red Hue
Carbon Black
Titanium White
Americana Decou-page
Americana Tornado Stencil
Andy Skinner Shedded Stencil
Palette Knife
Stencil Brush
Paint Brush
Other Supplies:
8″ x 8″ Canvas
Kaiser Christmas Wishes Paper Pad
Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Winter Shape Set
Pigma Micron #03 Pen
Glossy Accent
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