Art Journal: Finding the Key, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

This is page 2 of my Alice in Wonderland art journal where Alice finds a small golden key that opens a tiny door. All materials and links are listed below.



You can watch the full playlist for the Alice in Wonderland journal here: Alice in Wonderland Journal Playlist YouTube

For this project I used the following materials:

For the background:
Watercolour Block Fabriano Artistico Extra White 12×18″ 140lb Hot Pressed (Hot Pressed means it is smooth paper)
Fine, medium and large watercolour brushes
Watercolour paints: Raw Sienna, Cadmium Yellow, Alizarin Crimson, Indigo
Mixing palette
Cloth
Two pots of water (one for cleaning brushes the other for mixing paint)
(Inexpensive watercolours and related materials can be bought from Hobbycraft)

For the Alice image:
Alice in Wonderland stamps (try Etsy or Ebay for Alice stamps)
or download images for free from: John Tenniel free image download
Tracing paper and pencil
Fine black artists pen (that doesn’t smudge or bleed into the paper! I used Faber Castell)
Watercolour paints: Alizarin Crimson, Indigo, Raw Sienna, Cadmium Yellow
(Other materials as listed above)

For the EAT ME cake
Tracing paper and pencil
Black artist pen (I used Faber Castell)
Watercolour paints: Raw Sienna, Cadmium Yellow, Alizarin Crimson and Indigo
Scissors
Craft knife
Double-sided sticky tape
Clear Acetate sheet (I recycled some clear plastic from packaging)
(Other materials as listed above)

For the DRINK ME bottle
Pencil
Black artist pen (I used Faber Castell)
Watercolour paints: Brilliant Green, Indigo, Raw Sienna
(Other materials as listed above)

For the DRINK ME label
Label (I recycled one from some clothes I bought)
Alphabet stamps and indigo and red ink pads
(Other materials as listed above)

For the table
Pencil
Black artist pen (I used Faber Castell)
Watercolour paint: Indigo
(Other materials as listed above)

For the little door
Pencil
Black artist pen (I used Faber Castell)
Watercolour paint: Indigo, Brilliant Green, Alizarin Crimson
Tim Holtz idea-ology hinges (I bought mine from Hobbycraft)
(Other materials as listed above)

For the key
Decorative wooden shapes key from Hobbycraft
Acrylic paint (gold)
Paintbrush

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