These sessions were conducted via livestream in a private Facebook group in May of 2023. All live replays are hosted on YouTube.
After purchasing your ticket to this event, you will receive an email containing a PDF attachment with the links to the recordings of all 6 sessions. Click on each link to be taken to the video on YouTube. Please keep an eye on your Spam or Junk folder if you do not receive the welcome email in your Inbox after purchase.
This workshop welcomes both beginners and experienced artists. Join us to unlock your creative potential, connect with a community of fellow art enthusiasts, and bring the captivating beauty of dot mandalas to life.
Both designs are painted on plastic disc ornament purchased at Michaels (Canada). They each measure 3” in diameter.These designs can be painted on any surface (stone, wood, canvas), you don't have to paint on ornaments!
dotting tools - You don’t need a fancy set of tools to create beautiful dot mandalas. Anything with a flat round end, or any pointy tool like a sharp toothpick will work. I started with crochet hooks of different sizes, and I stuck a sewing pin in the end of a pencil eraser, oh, and toothpicks were essential for tiny dots. I use Happy Dotting Company and DIY Mandala Stones tools as my main dotting tools. The largest tool I use in these designs is 14mm, and the smallest in these types of tools is 0.5mm. I also use a set of metal nail dotting stylus tools - check out the photos here for pictures and sizes of my stylus and pointy tools for reference.
stir sticks/toothpicks to stir & mix paints
cotton swabs and clean water for removing chalk/watercolour pencil guidelines
comfy clothes, yummy drinks & snacks
A companion downloadable written pattern is available at the link below.