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Lots of paints to store
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Finishing inside boxes and drawers
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Chezza bear Fur
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Loading the rake or comb brush
Shopping for folk art online in Australia
new candle and soap product
Linking hats and bulbs
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Styrofoam Hats
Avoid long straight lines
Designing Basics
We are Artists!
Substitutions
Borders
Masking stripes and segments
Other than art quality paint
Get Informed
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Big conventions
Create a catalogue of books and patterns
Removing paint from clothes
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get involved
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Keeping Painted Fabric nice
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Heat resistence
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Terra Cotta Pots
The basic steps
Which Paint?
Wet Palette
Retarder
Ridges in the paint
Fine lines
Picking the teacher
Societies and Guilds
The essential tool box
What brushes?
Milky Varnish
Double Loading a flat brush
Paints in class
Ettiquette
Which brush?
Studio policies
Paint colour conversions
Where to learn
Lace Border design
Tracing designs - Why?
Tracing materials
Finishing the back.
Glass Paint
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Rules
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Online classes
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What mailing list should I join?
Quality
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Canada
Conservative Use of genesis
Cleaning water basins
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A little ad during a class
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Crakling effects
Crackle wont crackle
Finger print ready crackle
Two Part Crackles
Planning for a big Convention
Selecting Classes
Packing
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Make Your Own scruffy brush
Cleaning
Rake brush fur
Light Bulb Ornaments
Things to take
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Personal things to take to Convention
Carrying the īstuffī around
Principles for travelling
Packing personals
packing your tools and equipment
How brushes are made
Tips from Liquitex
What is Acrylic paint?
Safe Painting Practices
Keep a record of your paint
Paint storage 1
Donīt face a wall
Find a special place
Furnishing the studio
What should be at the desk?
Make a brush caddy
Notice Board
Data Base programs
A recipe for book storage
Keep track of books
A recipe for magazines and packets
Learn simple watercolour
Have Some More Fun
Shopping: the bag
Christmas back in the hotel room
Getting it home
Perspective
Lots of paints to store
Make a shed
Keep it handy
Lighting
Finishing Inside boxes
Photographing your work
Air Dry Perm Enamel Surface Conditioner
Borders
Finishing inside boxes and drawers
Glazing
Chezza bear Fur
Double Loading a flat brush
Loading the rake or comb brush
Shopping for folk art online in Australia
Linking hats and bulbs
Emu Eggs
Styrofoam Hats
Avoid long straight lines
Designing Basics
We are Artists!
Substitutions
Borders
Masking stripes and segments
Other than art quality paint
Get Informed
Seeing colours to show light and shade
Big conventions
Create a catalogue of books and patterns
Removing paint from clothes
Paint and food
Read the labels
Fitting Patterns
Light Source
Dry brushing
Aboriginal Art
get involved
Wet Sanding
Dinner Ware
Getting that nice fine line
Light Bulb Ornaments
Containers for mediums and mixes
Emu Eggs
Wire Cutters
Containers for mediums and mixes
Slate
I canīt draw!
Data Base Programs
Data Base programs
Brush Care
Lots of paints to store
Lighting
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Brush Care
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I canīt draw!
I canīt draw!
Lots of paints to store
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Learn simple watercolour
Learn simple watercolour
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Brush Care
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Prepping a Candle
Lighting
Earn Quick Holiday Cash
Who You, a FolkArt Guru?
Who You, a FolkArt Guru?
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Who you, a guru?
Who you a guru?
A Special Notice from FolkArt-tips.com
Borders Don`t Have to Be Straight Lines
Designing
Designing and drawing: Perspective
Positive and negative Space
FolkArt-tips Newsletter, Issue : 13: Developing Drawing skills
FolkArt-tips Newsletter, Issue : 12 You can draw
FolkArt-tips Newsletter, Issue : 11: Organising your Paints
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 10: Organising Pattern packets and magazines
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 9: Organising your books and patterns
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 9: Organising your painting space
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 8: The Shopping Spree
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 7: Transporting your gear
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 6: Packing for a Convention
Folk Art-tips Newsletter, Issue 5: Planning Ahead
Folkart-tips Newsletter, Issue 4: Getting the most from your class
Folkart-tips Newsletter, Issue 3: Gathering your supplies
Folkart-tips Newsletter, Issue 2, Selecting a teacher
Folkart Tips newsletter Issue 1: Where to begin?
Folk Art Frequently Asked Questions
How do I improve my Sales?
How do I paint Watercolour?
What are big Conventions like?
How can I do my own designs?
How do I prepare glass and plastic for painting?
How do I care for my brushes?
How do you paint on Candles?
What if I can´t draw?
What is the best glass paint for opaque painting?
How can I store lots of paint?
How can I keep oil and acrylic brushes separate?
What are the basic steps?
What is crackle medium?
How can I store mediums?
What tools should I put in my tool box?
What makes paint lumpy?
What is a good data base program?
What lighting do you recomend for the studio?
What is a good way to store brushes?
How do I paint on Emu Eggs?
Can I substitute different brands of paint?
How do I convert colour from one brand to another?
How do I join a styrofoam hat to a light bulb ornament?
How do I improve my student numbers?
How do I paint on slate?
Is there a conversion guide for 1837 legacy paint?
How do I paint Chezza bear fur?
Is there an easy way to draw ribbon?
How do I pack for Convention?
What should I take to Convention?
How do I prepare light bulbs for painting?
Should I paint all surfaces?
How do I paint fine lines?
What do I use for hats on light bulb ornaments?
Why is genesis expensive?
I don´t have a pallette
What books do you recomoend?
How do I use Genesis?
Should I do lessons on line?
How do I manage kids and painting?
How do I overcome the need to paint straight lines?
How should I photograph my work?
What is wet sanding?
What books do you recomend?
What are some tips for Time Management?
What brushes should I buy?
What is retarder?
How can I organise my studio?
Where do I put shadows?
Can I paint on canvas?
What is a quick and easy project surface?
What if the pattern doesn´t fit?
How can I keep track of my paint?
Waht is perspective?
Where can I find pattern ideas?
What kinds of paint should I have for the kids?
How do I paint a scene?
How do you paint a lace border?
Is there a quick way to get paint conversions?
Is there a book with lightbulb ornaments in it?
What can I use for woodfiller?
Where can I get lessons in Rosemaling?
Should I worry about ridges in my painting?
What is a wet palette?
Why should I trace a pattern out?
What do you suggest for shopping tips?
What can I teach kids?
What is a convention?
How do I double load a brush?
Where can I shop for a bargain?
How do I select convention classes?
Where can I find a class?
What should I give the kids to paint on?
What are acrylic paints?
How can I organise my magazines and packets?
How can I store so much stuff?
How do I paint faux leather?
What do I need to trace designs with?
How do I paint nice borders?
What Gourds should I buy?
What do you suggest for luggage at a convention?
What makes a quality pattern packet?
How can I organise my books?
How is paint made?
What is a good way to store paints.
What is wrong with my crackle?
Help! My graphite lines don´t show!
What wood pieces can I give kids to paint on?
What can I expect from a studio?
Where can I get support and information?
What paint should I use?
I am having trouble seeing where the light source is.
What is the lightsource?
What is a Gourd?
Where do I get conversions from ?
How do I paint safely?
What is a good way to store paints.
What important tools should I have?
How can I organise my books?
How can I hold small items for painting?
Can I paint on my regular dinner ware?
What brushes should I buy?
What sorts of shelves should I put in my studio?
What if my purchases are too big?
How do I shop wisely?
Where do I find supplies in the UK?
Is the a list of personal things I should take to convention?
Where do I find supplies in Australia?
Should I give the kids cheap paint?
What should I look for in a teacher?
What should I take to class?
What should I expect from a class?
What paint should I use?
Is there a paint for candles?
What sort of studio should I have?
How can I draw circles quickly?
painting borders, using arm and shoulder, not hand
How do I apply Crackle?
How do I get paint off my clothes?
How can I keep my painting space in order?
Should I take paint to class?
What should I take to class?
How do I paint on terra cotta pots?
What costs are involved in a big convention?
How do you ´glaze´ a shadow?
How do I keep my studio in order?
What are big Conventions like?
Where can I sell things on line?
What do health labels mean?
Where should I put my painting table?
Where should I sand?
Who makes artist quality acrylic paint?
How do I get Colour swatches in my TCS software?
Is white a good background for photo´s?
How should I Advertise my Business?
How do I load a rake or comb brush for fur?
How do I use a rake or comb brush?
How do I transport my gear for classes?
I need some ideas for small designs
Where can I find a teacher?
How do I clean a gourd for painting?
Is a painted surface food safe?
What will make painting lace easier?
What furniture should I have in the Studio?
How can I learn more about brushes?
How can I learn more?
What should be kept at the painting table?
How can I organise my books?
Where can I find information on Aboriginal Art?
Where can I find information on Aboriginal Art?
Australian Aboriginal Art
Australian Aboriginal Art
What is wrong with my glass paint?
What is a double loaded flat brush?
What is a two part crackle?
What personal things will I need for a convention?
What is pemenamel Surface conditioner?
What do you recomend for brush Cleaning?
How can I hold items steady?
How do I paint on a floorcloth?
What is a trade floor?
What pen do you suggest I use for pen and Wash techniques?
What will make a good noticeboard?
Is there a Society in New Zealand?
How are brushes made?
Are there any free ideas?
Is my gourd clean?
How can I clean my brush basin?
What is the best way to manage the paperwork?
What varnish should I use for heat resistence?
What do I do if my graphite won´t show?
Am I an Artist?
Should I paint the inside?
What should I not take to convention?
How do I prepare papier mache?
How can I store my brushes?
What can I do now?
Is the any easy place to find a glossary?
Can I use a pen for fine lines?
How do I stop pieces from rolling away?
Why do I have trouble searching for Folk Art sites?
What is dry brushing?
What mailing list should I join?
How do I wet sand?
What should a mail out include?
When is crackle dry enough?
How do you use genesis paint?
Where will I find a Guild or Society?
How do I keep fabric painting nice?
How do I paint nice stripes?
Why is my varnish milky?
How do you thin genesis?
What societies are in Canada?


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