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Introduction to Mixed Media - Online Workshop + Kit (access from 25th November)

Introduction to Mixed Media - Online Workshop + Kit (access from 25th November)

  • £6495


Craft Box is proud to deliver its highly praised Introduction to Mixed Media workshop online for the very first time. This workshop will include both kit and online workshop delivered through the access to the private section of the Craft Box website. 

Details of the workshop are as follows:

Dates: Workshop kits will be sent on 23rd November

Access to the videos will be given on 25th November

WhereOnline via unlisted video

Project: 20+ mixed media techniques including:

  • Creating sand paste
  • Creating bead paste
  • Creating coloured texture paste opaque/translucent
  • Using alcohol inks
  • Introduction to priming with gesso + gesso techniques
  • Microbead stenciling
  • Creating rust paste
  • Creating patina paste
  • Using sprays on projects
  • Creating your own sprays
  • Using pigments (dry, wet, mixed)
  • Creating texture on projects
  • Antiquing techniques*
  • Acrylic pouring
  • Finishing touches*
  • Crackle paste techniques
  • Transfer techniques*

Techniques marked with * may require products outside of the kit. 

Workshop focus: understanding of mixed media basics

Tutor: Anna Hersom http://annahersom.co.uk

Value: Kit worth over £60 plus online workshop worth £24.95

What's included:

Workshop kit including:

  • Stencil 
  • Shimmer spray
  • Sample white gesso
  • Sample black gesso
  • Sample clear gesso
  • Sample gel medium
  • Alcohol ink
  • Clear micro beads
  • Art stones
  • ColourArte Pigment
  • Acrylic paint
  • Small pouring medium
  • Art sand
  • Mini rust kit
  • Mini patina kit
  • Canvas
  • MDF board
  • SnipArt tags for creating technique library

Step-by-step online workshop

What is needed to complete the project (not included in the kit)

  • Brushes in a few sizes
  • Strong adhesive (Glossy Accents or Multi Medium Matte or hot glue gun)
  • Craft mat 
  • Palette knife
  • Cup (to soak off the brushes)
  • Heat tool or heat gun (not essential as all layers will air dry eventually given time)

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