FREE Decorative Painting Newsletter EARMARK STUDIO NEWS

Here's a fun and informative free decorative painting newsletter for the tole and decorative painter.

Every month or thereabout I will e-mail you a lighthearted newsletter. It won't be a huge read, but it'll be filled with interesting and useful stuff.

In it you'll find tips to improve your floats, dry-brushing advice, new workshop announcements, and there will even be a recipe section, among many, many other topics.

Oh, and I almost forgot!! ...in some issues you'll get FREE PAINTING PATTERNS or other goodies. Now that's something to look forward to!

PLUS, because I love to get your e-mails, you'll have all sorts of opportunities to contribute to the newsletter.

Will there be contests for free stuff? You better believe it! So now, what are you waiting for? :o)

Here's where you sign up. Just carefully type in your e-mail address in the box below.

For more information on this free decorative painting newsletter, contact me here.
cheryl@earmark-decorative-painting-studio.com
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  1. Painting with acrylics. Workshops in the Rural Ottawa Kanata area.

    Nov 04, 17 05:33 PM

    You're just going to love painting with acrylics! Take a look at the classes being offered and register today. Class size is limited!

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  2. More acrylic painting classes with Cheryl Poulin.

    Apr 21, 17 10:51 AM

    Here are more delightful acrylic painting classes for you to choose from.

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  3. Ottawa art conference SPRING INTO ART IV - on April 09, 2016

    Mar 07, 17 08:34 AM

    Very popular Ottawa Art Conference - SPRING INTO ART IV, register now!

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  4. Learn how to tole paint in one weekend!

    Feb 08, 17 06:56 AM

    How to tole paint is easy when you paint with Cheryl Poulin. Tole painting classes retreat for you and your friends!

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  5. Sterlings wolf. Acrylics

    Nov 10, 16 08:20 PM

    When our youngest grandson (Sterling)turned 10 he said that he felt slighted because his Grandpa John had passed away and didn't have time to make something

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