I would like to show you how I painted
Prudy Vannier CDA
Rollin' The Cookies
You can find the surface for this pattern at
My palette for this project is:
Black Plum , Black Green, Burnt Umber , Buttermilk, Cadium Yellow, Camel, Delanes Cheek Color, Driftwood, Grey Sky, Hauser Light Green, Holly Green, Honey Brown, Lamp Black, Light Buttermilk, Medium Flesh, Milk Chocolate, Neutral Grey, Terra Cotta, Titanium White, True Red, Hot Shots Fiery Red
Deco Art Glamour Dust Ice Crystal, Deco Art Americana Dura Clear MATTE Varnish, DecoArt Americana Oak/Chene Gel Stain, Americana MATTE Acrylic Sealer / Finisher
Basecoat the surface
I sometimes also use a small roller for this
Use your graphite paper to transfer design
Let's start to basecoat the design
When painting RED areas such as the ELVES coats
I always paint a coat of either GREY or GREEN FIRST
then I paint my RED
Painting the crock
I stippled this area to add some texture
Shading the dough
Glamour Dust ( Ice Crystal )
to the dough to make it
I just LOVE Prudy's Elves!
This is a
piece to paint!
I am now starting to paint the second surface to this design.
It is base coated
Adding some more
details and shading
trace the designs
Let's add some icing to the cookies!
When my painting was completely dry
I varnished with several coats
paint the frame!
I painted the frame
I let the gel stain dry
2 LIGHT coats
Americana MATTE Acrylic Sealer/Finisher
to the frame
Thank you Prudy Vannier
such a wonderful design to paint!
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"Each day is a new canvas to paint upon.
Make sure your picture is full of life and happiness,
at the end of the day you don't look at it
wish you had painted something different."