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Boy's Titled Tote

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Send him back to school with a backpack that carries a baseball message as well as his books.

Painted baseball boy's backpack

Materials:

DecoArt Products Required:
SoSoft Fabric Acrylics

  • DSS13 - True Blue
  • DSS25 - Christmas (Primary) Red
  • DSS36 - Ultra White
  • DSS37 - Primary Yellow
  • DSS40 - Mocha
  • DSS71 - Sweet Melon

SoSoft Dimensional Writers

  • DD102 - Cadmium Yellow
  • DD104 - Festive Red
  • DD112 - Festive Green
  • DD115 - Black

Americana Brushes

  • DBR2002-B - Round 2

Supplies:

  • foam plate
  • 3/8" and 11/4" round foam pouncer brush
  • water container
  • paper towels
  • transfer pencil
  • transfer paper
  • Red canvas/nylon backpack with paintable area (It may be necessary to remove brand tags.)

Instructions:

  1. Transfer pattern. Use Mocha for face area; Primary Yellow for cap rim; and Primary Yellow, Christmas Red, and True Blue for cap sections. Paint eyes True Blue. Use large pouncer brush and Ultra White to stamp circles for baseballs. Allow all to dry.
     
  2. Mix equal, small amounts of Mocha with Sweet Melon. Use small pouncer brush dipped into mixture to stamp cheeks on face. Allow to dry.
     
  3. Use Festive Green Dimensional Writer to paint button at top of cap, around rim, and band at cap's bottom edge. Use Black Dimensional Writer to paint nose, mouth, and hair. Personalize backpack front with name written with Cadmium Yellow Dimensional Writer. Use Festive Red Dimensional Writer to paint stitch lines on balls. Allow paint to dry.

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