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You will want to print the traceable on white cardstock
6x6 or 8x8 canvas with at 1.5" profile to use
Acrylic or Latex Paint the color of your choice to paint the Canvas (I often use latex paint sample jars from Lowes or Home Depot. They are great for base coating canvases)
Watercolor Pencils OR Watercolor Paint to add color to your Traceable
The specific watercolor pencils I used in the workshop were Caran D'ache and Derwent brand.
Paint Palette (a yogurt or sour cream container lid will even work for this)
Fine tip Water Brush Pen (Brands: Marvy Uchida or Recollections or a Round Tip Paint Brush)
Bowl of water for rinsing brush
Hinge Clip or Small Clothes pin (Tim Holtz’s idea-ology or Spare Parts by the Paper Studio)
E6000 glue to attach Hinge Clip or Clothes Pin to the canvas
Hot Glue to attach embellishments
Scrapbook Fabric Trims and embellishments to decorate canvas: buttons, ribbon, embellishments from the Jewelry Dept of Craft Store will also work
*Hint: Paper Studio Brand has a nice assortment of fiber and metal embellishments. Also look in the clearance section of your Craft or Fabric Store, Thrift Stores and yard sales can also be a source for unique finds
Scrapbook Paper Scraps or Old Book Pages