Our project for this month will be taught by our president, Teresa Thiel. She will show us how to paint greeting cards using an acrylic paint and alcohol technique with appliques. This is a project where everyone will all use the same techniques...but each card will be unique! Each person will receive a packet that will include supplies of greeting cards with envelopes, appliques, yarn, buttons and cutouts to make 2 cards. Come prepared with a sponge brush no larger than 1" wide and a cheap brush to use for splattering and you will be sure to have an afternoon of fun, fellowship and creativity!! This cost will be $6.00.
Would you like to learn to Paint? We would like to invite Beginners-Intermediate-Professionals-Oils-Acrylic-Watercolor -Colored Pencils-Pen & Ink and Fabric Painters to join The Greater New Orleans Chapter of the Society of Decorative Painters. Not Sure? Give us a try! You are welcome to come to any of the chapter meetings and check us out. Every month a different painting project is taught. Meetings are held the 4th Sunday of the month at: St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church The Melancon Center 105 Bonnabel Blvd. (corner of Bonnabel & Met. Rd.) Metairie, LA 70005
2016 Nov 27 Paint-in/Meeting Dec 11 Christmas Party & 40th Anniversary
2013 Community Service
Hurricane Sandy - Pay it Forward
These pillowcases were painted at our March meeting for the members of the Decorative Artist of Western Nassau as a Pay it forward gesture.
After Hurricane Katrina we were adopted by the Cactus Wren chapter from AZ. One of the things they did for us was painted pillowcases.
Meeting Paint-In of May 2011
A bowl of fruit on a 4x4 tile was this month's project.
The delightful teacher/member,Gerry Rhodes guided us through the project. Everyone went home with a finished piece.
Nov. Project - Sweet Treats Banner
Members & Guest alike had a wonderful time painting this adorable little banner taught by member, Carol Hoffman. She not only taught us how to use Snow-Tex for fur but also introduced us to Diamond & Glamour Dust.