Awards & Engraving

February '19

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A&E FEBRUARY 2019 • 41 Sublimation Markers lend themselves perfectly to blending and layering color. Start with the lightest colors, building up rich layers of color and texture. You can see an example of blending and layering colors below. IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES What about using these markers at a child's birthday party? Imagine the fun the kids would have creating their own T-shirt designs. How about taking it to church for a Sunday school class full of children excited about creating holiday decorations and ornaments for their parents? Note: Markers are recommended for use for ages nine and up. Maybe your business could host an adult education class for beginner sublimators or a senior citizens' arts and crafts group. Perhaps these markers can be integrated into a school's art class curriculum. The possibilities are endless, and with your business name tied to the ideas, the profit opportunities are too. This image is pressed on a piece of 100 percent polyester fabric. Illustration by Amy O'Hanlon. IMAGE COURTESY OF ELAINE O'HANLON An example of blending and layering colors on poly duck canvas. IMAGE COURTESY ARTESPRIX

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