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Halloween Creatures Canvas Trio

Americana® Acrylics

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Halloween Creatures Canvas Trio

designed by DecoArt Design Team

This Halloween threesome will add a touch of whimsy and lots of color to any room.

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SUPPLIES

Americana® Acrylics

  • Citron Green (DA235)
  • Jack-O'-Lantern Orange (DA229)
  • Lamp (Ebony) Black (DAO67)
  • Lavender (DAO34)

Other supplies

  • water container
  • palette or plastic plate
  • paper towels
  • transfer paper
  • #2 round brush
  • 1/2" flat brush
  • hot glue gun and glue sticks
  • three 8" x 8" canvases
  • black and white polka dot ribbon
  • #8 bright brush

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Transfer a pattern to each one of the canvases.
  2. CAT CANVAS: Use the 1/2" flat brush to paint the sides and trim around the cat's head with Jack-O'-Lantern Orange.
  3. Use the #8 bright brush to paint the cat's eyes Snow White.
  4. Use the #8 bright brush to paint the irises of the cat's eyes Citron Green. Use the #2 round brush to paint the pupils Lamp Black.
  5. Paint the cat's face using a 1/2" flat brush and Lamp Black. Use the #2 round brush to paint the eyelashes Lavender. Paint the cat's nose Jack-O'-Lantern Orange with the #2 round brush.
  6. Use the #2 round brush and Snow White to paint the cat's whiskers.
  7. GHOST CANVAS: Paint the outside edges of the canvas using the 1/2" flat brush and Lamp Black. Paint the ghost shape Snow White using the 1/2" flat brush.
  8. Use the #2 round brush and Lamp Black to paint the ghost's eyes and mouth. Add Snow White dots to the middle of the eyes with the #2 round brush.
  9. JACK-O'-LANTERN CANVAS: Paint the outside edges of the canvas and around the pumpkin shape with a 1/2" flat brush and Citron Green.
  10. Use Jack-O'-Lantern Orange and a 1/2" flat brush to paint the pumpkin.
  11. Paint the stem, eyes, nose, and mouth using the #8 bright brush and Lamp Black.
  12. Attach the ribbon to the backs of the canvases using hot glue. (Refer to photo for placement.)