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Chalk Pastel Green Ember Art Lessons

Calling all Green Ember fans! We offer you special chalk pastel Green Ember art lessons with Nana in the style of artist Zach Franzen. Let’s celebrate a favorite book series.
Calling all Green Ember fans! These special chalk pastel Green Ember Art Lessons with Nana are great additions to your tea time and read aloud time.

Find the Chalk Pastel Green Ember Art Lessons here:


Green Ember Video Art Lesson by Nana

Ember Falls Video Art Lesson by Nana

🎨Just a few supplies needed:

  • Construction paper or plain printer/copier paper (or what you have on hand! No special trips to the store!)
  • starter set of chalk pastels {our favorites here}
  • baby wipes or a couple dampened paper towels for easy clean up.

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You ARE an Artist!
We would LOVE for you to share photos of your artwork! Share photos on social media! On Instagram, tag @chalkpastelart and use the #YouAREanArtist hashtag so we won’t miss them. We would love to see your artwork and to comment.

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How to Keep Chalk Pastel Colors Bright

This is the simplest tip there is! Here is how to keep chalk pastel colors bright.

Chalk pastel sticks all dirty after layering colors? Here is how to keep chalk pastel colors bright with just a dry paper towel. You ARE an Artist!

 

Chalk pastel sticks all dirty after layering colors? Simply get a dry paper towel. Gently wipe the chalk pastel stick on the dry paper towel. Bright colors return!

Chalk pastel sticks all dirty after layering colors? Here is how to keep chalk pastel colors bright with just a dry paper towel. You ARE an Artist!

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Chalk Pastel Art Applying Fixative

In this video, Nana shows you how to apply a fixative to your finished chalk pastel painting. By applying fixative such as a simple layer of inexpensive aerosol hair spray, you can preserve your chalk pastel art. Nana also discusses framing a chalk pastel painting under glass.

Chalk Pastel Art Applying Fixative


Suggested supplies for applying fixative:

  • Finished chalk pastel painting.
  • Inexpensive hair spray works as well as more expensive art sealant.
  • Go outdoors to apply if at all possible!

Chalk Pastel Art Applying Fixative. Nana shows you how to apply a fixative to your finished chalk pastel painting using inexpensive aerosol hair spray.

View more Frequently Asked Questions here.

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