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Let's Go Behind the Scenes: What I Bring To The Park to Make Art

Updated: May 4, 2021

This weekend, I went back to Epcot with a group of friends and took a few moments to create something new.

The particular art print I'm making in this picture was inspired by the legendary and fabulous muppet, Miss Piggy. The new art print will be available soon in my Etsy shop.

I've been asked many times what I pack in my bag before going to the parks in Orlando to make art and today I'm giving you a behind the scenes look!

  • Clipboard - This allows me to have a sturdy, hard surface to write on.

  • Black Card Stock - This helps the paper to stay nice and smooth on the clipboard.

  • An Assortment of Sharpies - I always have a bag full of black sharpies because sometimes they dry out after I use them a lot.

  • Extra Phone Chargers - I bring these so I can take pictures and videos of the process.

  • Wite Out - Everyone makes mistakes and I learned the hard way when I had a spelling error on an my new Carousel of Progress-inspired art print.

  • Plastic Bag - On rainy days, I bring a plastic Disney bag I got at a store to cover up the clipboard and all the art.

Find more Lexicon Of Love Music Art related links here:

This is what I recommend if you are a fellow artist wanting

to create art at the parks:

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