I have gathered here a collection of the online shops and links where I purchase my materials, tools and other items I use in my work.
I wish to encourage you to first take a look at the small businesses and family art shops where I usually buy.
I love the personal treat and knowing that I am supporting my fellow artists and small business owners.
Enjoy your little tour!
My little Shopwindow on Amazon
Amazon is an excellent source of materials and tools.
If I cannot get what I wish for from local shops or small business shops I go to Amazon.
I gathered a list of all items I recommend/use at a little centred spot, divided into subjects such as paint, prep and finish, tools, machinery.
It even includes the items I bought and use to make my videos and photos.
This is where you can find most of the recommended materials for my online course How To Dot Your Mandala With A Brush.
Last but not the least – Amazon first started as an Online Book Shop (did you know??) so I also added a book shelf with my favorite inspirational Audio books.
If you purchase from this list I get a small commission from Amazon.
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Casted Stones And Silicon Moulds
Kate is definitely the queen of casted stones and silicon moulds.
She has a huge variety of products made to high quality standard.
From stones with centre dot to tea light candle holders in all shapes and sizes, trinkets, hearts, stars and more…
You can either purchase a finished stone or purchase the mould so you can cast it yourself at home as many times as you wish.
This item is one genius tool I use a lot!
There are three different sizes of them (for the moment) at Angela’s shop, and from all her collection of dotting tools this is the smartest and the one I use the most.
It is the ultimate solution for division drawing on your stone.
In my online shop, here on my website, apart from my art, I also sell beautiful, perfectly-round, high quality, nude Wood Pebbles.
Unlike stones, they are light-weighted, and you can easily find their centre point, and like a stone- they are perfect for mandala dotting.
There are different sizes packs available at a range of prices.
These acrylic paints are strong pigmented, they are vibrant and in matte finish and just the right consistency I love.
Since I dot with brushes, I like the consistency to be creamy or pasty so I can dilute the paint to my comfort.
But these are absolutely great for cone works as well as dotting tools.
They are coming all the way from Russia but you can find them in Lina’s Etsy Shop
Lina is so kind to offer you, my followers 10% discount on all Enot Studio paints with the coupon code LIONA (apply on checkout on her shop).