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7 NEW Favorite Art Supplies

Juliette Crane

These are some of my favorite, most portable supplies. I’ll also often add in one of my favorites acrylic inks, a pencil and some of my other most loved supplies too.

Photos (Left to Right, Top to Bottom):
* Vintage Maps
* Florescent orange (daler and rowney system 3 acrylic),
* Distress ink pads and reinkers by ranger (in vintage photo),
* Sandpaper
* Adirondack alcohol inks,
* Vintage cookbooks
* Stickles glitter (or any kind of glitter, really).

 
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ps. For more art supply inspiration and lots of painting find details on my online courses here. 

5 Comments

  1. I never knew how good florescent paint could look until I met you Juliette, now I use Florescent orange and pink all the time! See you next week at Lucky Star Art Camp, I am so excited, it is finally here!

  2. that's so nice to hear, donna! neons always seem to make things brighter, but i always stick with reds, pinks and yellow. until now… orange is my stand out :) xo

  3. Thanks for an awesome list of supplies. I just ordered that orange right now. And a pink one too, just for the heck of it.

  4. What do you do with the cookbooks, I have gads of them? Don't use them as much since Pinterest.

  5. I use the cook book pages in strips for adding layers to my background or a character's body. I also love cutting out a circle from the cook books and using that as the character's face. The Betty Crocker cook book is not glossy, so it works well with acrylics and takes the paint. I love seeing the ingredients to some of my favorite recipes in the painting when I'm done :)

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