Paint a Mason Jar of Tulips
This Paint a Mason Jar of Tulips tutorial has been a long time in coming. It was a bear! I made so many errors in the first go around that I had to remake the entire thing. But just for your entertainment I am going to actually include that botched up video at the end of this post.
Here is one photo feature. But then I made another….which one do you like better?
You can see how I brightened up the tulips and fixed the left ones pointing down. I am finding that photographing the paintings then looking at them really helps me to zero in on what may be wrong.
I also had some great suggestions from some Facebook Fans that were very helpful.
Speaking of Facebook….I just started a Group page for followers that paint up some of my tutorials to share their creations with me and each other. I am not very savvy with Facebook so everyone will need patience with me as I get it all figured out. I am new to managing a group page.
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Plaid FolkArt Acrylics (I used both Multi Surface and Regular)
you should be able to find these at you favorite hobby store, but I have links here for your convenience
12 x 12 Canvas (these are great starter canvas’, they also have higher quality choices, I bought mine at Michaels Crafts, most hobby stores carry the economy canvas’, I have friends that prefer canvas panels so you could try those too)
See my post for my most used Painting Supplies for more info
Without further ado, here is my Paint Tulips in a Mason Jar video tutorial..
(one note some of these paint colors were sent to me by Plaid and some I had on hand already. Plaid has been very generously sending me new products and paint colors they are producing to try. I will be sharing some here and there as I use them. I have been using Plaid paints and products for over 15 years now and I would’ve used them any ways but I thought you should know some were sent to me free of charge for use in my projects and posts if I wish)
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Here is the original painting (left) next to the final production. You can see the design differences.
And here is the video as far as I got of the original design. There are a few things I did differently but in essentials it is the same.
That is all for today…Happy Painting and see you next time!
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