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You will need:
Micron Pen #005
Krylon Matte Spray
Itty Bitty Buttons - Green
527 Bond Glue
Loew-Cornell Angular - 1/2" and 3/4"
Loew-Cornell Flat - #2 and #4
Bette Byrd Scroller Liner - 6/0
Debbie Mitchell Stipplers - 1/8", 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2"
Lt. French Grey Blue
Delane's Cheek Color
Mint Julep Green
Hauser Dark Green
Lt. Buttermilk: Snowman
White: White section of candy cane
Country Red: Red section of candy cane
French Grey Blue Lt.: Tassel and brim section of hat
Arbor Green: Scarf and center section of hat
Canyon Orange: Carrot nose
Shading and Highlighting
Uniform Blue: Shade left side of candy cane
Warm White: Line on right side of candy cane
Mink Tan: With a light float, shade snowman
Warm White: Highlight snowman
Delane's Cheek Color: Stipple cheeks
Hilite Flesh: Dots on cheeks
Burnt Sienna: Shade carrot nose
Moon Yellow: Highlight nose with thin line
Warm White: Extra highlight on nose
Warm Black: Eyes and mouth lines
Warm White: Highlight eyes
Uniform Blue: Shade blue portion of hat and tassel
Soft Blue: Stipple highlight on blue portion of hat
Warm White: Stipple a small area on Soft Blue for extra highlight
Mint Julep Green: Lines on scarf and green portion of hat
Warm White: In a small area, stipple extra highlight on hat and scarf
005 Micron Pen: All outlining
Krylon Matte Spray: Spray piece with several light coats
527 Glue: Glue buttons to snowman's stomach
Copyright 2015 Beverly Kindred. You may make as many of these as you want, and sell the finished product at craft shows, art festivals and other handmade affairs.
You may not sell this copyrighted pattern, nor is this pattern or the finished product to be manufactured for wholesale. This pattern is original cannot be reproduced on the web or otherwise without permission. All rights reserved.
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