Cre8tive Cre8tions by Andrea Gomoll » Mixed Media, Art Journaling and Online Classes

In love with Liquitex Paint Markers + FACEcinating Girls

Sweet Nat gave me a Sample Marker of the Liquitex Paint Markers 2 weeks ago –
and what should I say – I was hooked! It was hard to find a shop here in Germany
that carries the Liquitex Paint Marker but I found one and am in LOVE with the
lovely Collection of those amazing Markers I can call my own now … already
played with them over the last couple of days and boy – they are amazing …
big love – think I found a new favourite Toy 😉

Have you tried the new Liquitex Paint Marker yet? Love them as much as
I do? Only thing I’m not so fond of is the tip – I prefer round or brush tips –
but I can live with that … 🙂

Here’s the Project I created with the Liquitex Paint Marker (only added a white Sharpie
and 1 color of Distress Stain) …

So here’s the Video of the Work in Progress – fast forward … hope you enjoy it!

People keep asking if it’s to late to sign up for the FACEcinating Girls Online Class
not it isn’t … it’s an ongoing Class
 and there are new people joining every Day – so you can
jump right in any time you want – the Class Content is
 available 24/7 until May 2014 – so plenty
of time to learn & play! And boy are we having fun? There are more than

250 people in the Online-Class as of today from everywhere in the World
(seriously – even from Countries I had  
never heard of before – did you know Aruba is
a Country??? Neither did I … now I know *lol*) – so I’d be thrilled 
to see you in Class!!!

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  • Kerstin Christoph - Wunderschön!21. May 2013 – 07:54ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Neis - I adore her, the colors are so vibrant and gorgeous!21. May 2013 – 21:20ReplyCancel

  • Jean Parker - WOW! Amazing, you have a way of capturing the special and I love the tulip napkins? or tissue? What ever you have complimented her and yourself.22. May 2013 – 22:26ReplyCancel

  • Natalie Jade Driftwood - Bin grad über Donna Downey hier her gekommen. Tolles Video, aber wo gibt es denn die Materialliste? Das am Anfang für die Servierte ist ModPodge oder wie das heißt? Was für ein Stift ist das für die dicken Punkte zu machen? Wo gibt es denn die genialen Augen-Stempel zu kaufen? 4. November 2013 – 15:42ReplyCancel

  • Cheryll Dale - I watched it and still can’t believe it! Just gorgeous, so much talent!4. November 2013 – 15:42ReplyCancel

  • Carole Ellis Moore - Found you through Donna Downey Studios Love your girl here! She’s beautiful! I may just have to run out and get some of those Liuquitex Markers!4. November 2013 – 16:48ReplyCancel

  • Katherine Barrus - This is absolutely gorgeous! I loved watching her come to life!4. November 2013 – 22:14ReplyCancel

  • Ena Noriega - Beutiful work. I loved the canva projects.5. November 2013 – 00:38ReplyCancel

  • Boo - Amazing work!!!5. November 2013 – 04:03ReplyCancel

  • Carmen Lucero - So lovely!! I only have the red color trial size, but I can use it for my girl. I love the stamps you used to make the face; where did you get them! I definitely need those first, then the markers next!

    Please reply to my email

    Carmen L

    cal8007 at aol dot com5. November 2013 – 22:23ReplyCancel

  • Andrea - @Carmen – The Facial Features Stamps are my own Design and they come with my Online Class “FACEcinating Girls” – see http://andrea-gomoll.de/facecinatinggirls/ for more Info …6. November 2013 – 08:50ReplyCancel

  • Florence - J’aime beaucoup votre travail, c’est vraiment superbe, et les tampons “visage” sont trop biens. Je suis admirative et je visionne vos vidéos avec beaucoup d’attention. Merci.

    I like very much your work, it is really magnificent, and stamps “face” are too good. I am admiring and I view your videos with a lot of attention. Thank you.9. November 2013 – 15:50ReplyCancel

  • Maren Thunert - Klasse!21. May 2013 – 09:21ReplyCancel

  • Danielle Champagne - I agree. totally.21. May 2013 – 22:56ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Gomoll - Thanks so much Jean! And yes – it’s a Tulip Napkin 😉23. May 2013 – 22:20ReplyCancel

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