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Unusual for me this week is a tidy work space!
I was forced to clean up because I had to prepare for a scrapbooking event - and needed the worktable to organize and stage my supplies. It was painful - but the results were worth the trouble.
Before the event, I went shopping at Michaels and JoAnns and used a slew of coupons. LOVE those coupons! Most of the loot is already put away in their 'homes'.. So now I just have this last little task to do: fill the empty bottle with glazing medium.
Glazing Medium (Liquitex) and empty bottle (Michaels) -
on workstation protected with
Tim Holtz's tissue paper (Ranger)
I put a Ranger dabber top on the Michaels bottle. I prefer to spread my wet materials with a dabber instead of a brush. Quicker and neater for me.
My usual MO is adding acrylic paint to glazing medium - then I'll have a smidgeon of color available to quickly apply on the base of my art journal pages. There are drawers and drawers of different colored tinted glazes, tinted clear gessos and tinted white gessos in my studio!
But for this bottle, I'm going to resist the urge to color, and just keep the medium plain and clear.
What do you think of my idea for this glazing medium? Do you like to play chemist? Do you mix up glazes, and medium, and paint?
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