Hey creatives! Have you had issues making faces in art? Today we have two ways for you to add faces to your projects, even if you don’t know how to draw.
*This is one of five beauties in the Island girls die cuts/ephemera collection.
It’s a beautiful day, I wish it was tropical weather but I have to settle for high 60’s. Although we don’t have tropical breezes here in Texas I can imagine and create tropical art! And so can you! You can use the Island girls die cuts/ephemera collection for starters, as they are the only collection in the shop that is in black and white, already drawn for you to color. There are five fabulous faces to add to all your projects!
Another way to get gorgeous faces on your projects is to use a stamp like Yolie did here. There are several face stamps and stencils in the shop as well. Yolie used
Rita Barakat Sing rubber stamp with Magical Mysteries embossing powder, Dragons Egg by Rita Barakat and Emerald Creek
You can all the details on Yolie Burkes blog.
More Faces in art
Here is the full collection of Island Girls ready for you to color! This collection is in the shop ONLY UNTIL April 19 then this collection will be removed from the shop so get yours soon! We are also having a challenge and giveaway details are on this post.
And don’t forget!
It’s mixed media Monday! Join us tonight for a super fun artsy time. This is a great time to ask a question and get it answered in real time, as we are live every Monday night on FB. If you can’t make it live, you can watch the replay and ask questions in the comments and I will answer them as I see them.Don't forget to join us for Mixed Media Monday! Each Monday a new live episode of artsy tips, project, and products! Blessings! Rita