Summer is just around the corner! Just in time for your farmers market shopping! You’re going to have so much fun creating market bags using Derwent Inktense pencils -
Summer is just around the corner! Just in time for your farmers market shopping!
You’re going to have so much fun creating market bags using Derwent Inktense pencils – you can do amazing things with them! These pencils come in a wide variety of colors, in blocks and in paint sets. They are like a colored watercolor pencil, BUT when you add water, they become permanent ink. You will find plenty of things to create with these pencils!
You’ll settle on a bag design, get a light pencil sketch on the bag and then simply color it in. When satisfied with the coloring, we’ll use a paintbrush or two and brush or dab water over the color. It dries quickly and it becomes permanent ink, so no smears or running.
Not looking for a farmer’s market themed bag? Bring along your own idea and create a bag to suit your own personal tastes. Questions? Send an email to email@example.com. View more of Pattie’s work at her website: www.PattieKelleyFuller.com
Age Requirement: This workshop is open to ages 16 and up. Children 12 and over may attend when accompanied by a paying adult.
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Pattie has been an artist and art teacher for more than two decades. She has taught a variety of groups and ages and loves to watch others grow in their love of art and the creative process. While she has tried her hand at just about every project that you can find in a store like Ben Franklin Crafts, she primarily works in sketching, watercolor painting, some acrylics and dabbles with oils and a palette knife. She enjoys crochet and making gifts for her family!