Pebeo Acrylic Paint Mixed Media Page
Using just three colors of Pebeo Acrylic Paints, create multiple colors and dimension in an art journal page.
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Princeton Art & Brush Co Catalyst Contours - C-82 - Taupe
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Hi Blitsy Fans!
We're going to be getting quite messy with paints today, I hope you are ready to be inspired! I was blessed to be able to go to CHA earlier this year and while I was there scoping out all the new products, I came across this French paint company called Pebeo. I was instantly fascinated by their different lines and extremely excited when I was able to pick up some of their Studio Acrylics High Viscosity paints: that is just a fancy word for Ah-Mazing! I only got 3 colors, Fluorescent Pink, Fluorescent Yellow and an Iridescent Blue-Green but I think you will be surprised at how gorgeous these paints mix and the variety of colors I was able to achieve on this page using just 3 colors. Basically, they are primary colors - albeit in VERY bright hues - so I knew I was pretty safe when I purchased these colors that I'd have a nice variety to play and experiment with. I hope you find that as well and I encourage you if you are like me (in that you MUST TRY ALL THE THINGS) get 3 basic colors that will work and play together - you don't have to go to the traditional primary colors but look for slight variations as I did today and you'll be surprised at how well they work together; however, you may find that you fall in love with more products this way!
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Supply List | Shop Supplies Below
- Pebeo Studio Acrylics High Viscosity (372 Fluorescent Yellow, 371 Fluorescent Pink, Iridescent Blue Green)
- Strathmore Mixed Media 500 Series Journal
- Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pens
- DecoArt Decoupage
- Liquitex White Gesso
- 1" Flat Paintbrush
- Catalyst Flat Tool
- Sharpie White Paint Pen
- Uni-Ball White Gel Pen
- Stabilo Pencil
Thanks so much for stopping by today! I hope I have encouraged you how you can try new art supplies and get a wide variety of colors by choosing the ones within the primary color family. Until next time, Happy Crafting!
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