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Technique Tuedsday - Mixed Media Canvas Tutorial with Guest Christy Tomlinson


 Hello Friends! So excited to be here! My name is Christy Tomlinson and I am a mixed media artist, mostly painting whimsical art on canvas and other surfaces!!


   I am SUPER excited to be a guest here on the Faber-Castell blog because I LOVE these products! I love to paint on canvas, using all sorts of mediums so this was another fun product to incorporate into my art!  I also love to teach on-line workshops and offer "Behind the Art" tutorials on my blog.  I thought it would be fun to come on the blog and give you a little "tutorial" peek into how I use these products and why they make mixed media canvas art so seriously easy for just about anyone!

One of my favorite things I love to create is "girls". I call them She Art Girls.   I decided to create for YOU a peak into my process with a "Behind the Art" video tutorial on how to make one of these girls from start to finish using almost ONLY the Faber-Castell products! AND show you how easy and versatile the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft products make it! 


 I offer other "Behind the Art" tutorials on my blog and also two current online workshops


And  if you looking for the ffabulous Faber Castell Design Memory Line products.. we carry a full range of them in our Mixed Media shop, Scarlet Lime! 


AND for all you fabulous Faber-Castell Bloggers I wanted to offer a coupon to receive 10% off your entire purchase by using  the code:


at check out.

 This coupon is good until May 30th (and you can use it as many times as you like!)"


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MIX & MATCH from Faber-Castell makes designing with COLOR simple. Choose a color set that inspires you. Choose a medium. Mix & Match as you create. Color coordinated palettes give you the freedom to design your project knowing the colors & mediums will work beautifully together.

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