Paint Night with Friends: Castle Lanterns

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Ready, set, paint!!!

What do you do when you see that Paint Nite is doing a Disney scene from Tangled???

Sign up for a night of painting fun with your friends, of course!

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Ready!

The artist leading the class goes over Painting Basics 101, then it’s time to hit the canvas!

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Having a drink while literally watching paint dry.

Painting the background first, then the paint has to dry for a little bit.

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Painting castles is harder than it looks!!!

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Filling in the castle

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Now for some lanterns…

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Everybody painted their castle just a little bit different!

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Caroline making good progress on her canvas.

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Caroline’s Castle Lanterns

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Adding in a few floating lanterns here and there!  Queue the Disney music!!

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Each one is just a little bit different, and all are fabulous!

And three hours later…our Castle Lanterns paintings are all done!  🙂

This is our favorite scene from Disney’s Tangled when they sing the “At last I see the light” song!

Full song:  At Last I See The Light video

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Favorite scene!  Beautiful!

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Movie artwork

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