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You will engage in an online workshop that will take you through every step from start to finish on how to create your very own Bloom Girl art.

This course includes 4 recorded ustream videos and you will have unlimited access to the recordings, that way you can work at your own pace! On top of the four Ustream videos you will also receive additional tutorial videos to help guide you through the steps of the project.
You will receive an invite to join a Facebook group to talk, ask questions, and share your progress. All of the templates and guides you may need will also be provided, so there is no need to have a drawing background. NOTE: You must belong to Facebook to join in on the group.

Supplies you will need to finish your project:

-12x12 piece of wood. (can be found at any craft or lumber store) Pine or Beech are good bases to work on for light skinned girls, Poplar is a good base for a Bloom Girl of color.
-Water Color pencils...colors used Burnt Umber, pink (any brown watercolor pencil will work)
-Acrylic paints in dark brown(Burnt Umber), off white(titanium buff), as well as two or three colors you would like to use to color your background. I suggest colors that look well together.
-Sprays (mists or sprays to alter your flowers, the colors should match that of your background)
-Embellishments (flowers, gems, metal, ect.)
-PanPastels or chalks to help accent and shade your Bloom Girl.
-Perfect pearls of dimensional paint to draw stems and vines. dark brown, or bronze.
-Permanent, fine tip journaling pen. for drawing details on eyes.
-Paint brushes (one fine tip a size 8 and a square brush at a 1/4 or 1/2) these should be soft -bristled brushed. No need to spend a fortune any acrylic/watercolor brush will work.
-sponge (I suggest a natural sponge these give a more unique broken look when sponging -acrylic paints.
-liquid adhesive (I suggest Beacon Adhesives, they have a strong hold and will adhere to painted surfaces well)
-pan or bucket for water

(Above are examples of what you will have the tools to recreate) When you purchase the online workshop you will be asked to be added to the Bloom Girls Facebook group.

Bloom Girls Online Workshop



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