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Faber-Castell USA is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, and is part of the global network of Faber-Castell companies operating in countries such as Australia, Brazil, and Malaysia.

Faber-Castell is celebrating it's 250th Anniversary this year! Today Faber-Castell is world renowned for its high quality, professional art supplies in the Art & Graphic line, as well as its fine writing instruments and accessories in the Design, and Graf von Faber-Castell product lines.

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Donna Downey's Workshop Project

For all of you that could not make it to the CHA Winter Show and the Design Memory Craft Mixed Media Workshop with Donna Downey,here is the complete project shopping list and steps to completing the dimensional Mixed Media Canvas. Enjoy!

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Shopping List:

Design Memory Craft Mix & Match Gelatos

Design Memory Craft Stamper’s Big Brush in Scarlet Red and Chrome Green

12”x12” Stretched Canvas

12”x12” Canvas Fabric

Helmar 450 Quick Dry Glue

Prima Poppy Bunch Stamp (921828)

Prima Canvas Banner (921842)

Canvas Text Banner (921835)

Unity Stamps Hollyhock Stamp

May Arts Green Ribbon

Prima Blue Butterfly

Register Tape

Book Pages

Preserved Reindeer Moss

Decorative Nails

Steps:

1. Use Gelatos to stamp large foam stamp on background 12 x 12 fabric canvas

2. Use Gelatos to color background

3. Crumple white register tape strips and adhere to right side of one banner and left side of the other

4. Ahere ribbon length to hide adhered edge of paper ruffle

5. Rub Gelato along paper ruffle edge and spritz lightly with water to add color

6. Tear book text into 1" strips, crumple and adhere around the entire edge of the

12 x 12 stretched canvas

7. Apply big brush to large hollyhock wood mounted stamp and stamp onto dry background

8. Adhere banners to bottom right side of fabric canvas background so that they overlap at the 90 degree angle.

9. Adhere canvas fabric background to stretched canvas to conceal glued edges of booktext ruffles

10. Fold over banner and tack into wood frame of stretched canvas.

11.Adhere moss, butterfly and photo (optional)

 

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Resin Jewelry with Gelatos!

Thanks to Jen Cushman for sharing her jewelry making technique using Gelatos.  You can find Jen's article in the Winter 2012 issue of Create with Me.

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Splitcoaststampers has a great tutorial using PITT pastel pencils on black cardstock. You can see it here:
Enjoy!

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More Sketchbook Project Pages...

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I shared some of my pages from the 2012 Sketchbook Project that I completed and mailed out last week! I thought I'd share the rest of my pages here since I used the new colored Gelatos, PITT® Artist pens, and Big Brush Stamper's Pen in Black. I'm so thrilled with the new colors! They are gorgeous!

Here are the sampling of the rest of the pages in my "Writing on the Wall" book:

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The cover of my book... Lots of Gelato drippy goodness!

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Good vs. Evil... a template made from my youngest son's photograph. I used Gelato sprays that I made through dotted templates and stamped with red and black Stamper's Big Brush Markers. I outlined the profile with the PITT ® Artist Pens.201214

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I like those new colors A LOT!!! New Gelato colors used through a circle template!
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More circles with some of the previously released colors! Love the metallics mixed with the other colors. YUM! I had so much fun creating this journal and can't wait to see who picks it up to view at the Brooklyn Art Library in a few months! Thanks for letting me share my art!








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