Intro to One Stroke

Intro to One Stroke


Join the world famous creator of One Stroke, Donna Dewberry, for an introduction to One Stroke face painting. Donna will break down the steps to creating beautiful fresh floral designs, impressive one stroke leaves, and quick tips and tricks to help you master your arty cakes. This class is excellent for any level painter; Donna will walk you through a blossoming world of face and body art.


Products Used

For your convenience each artist has a class page on Silly Farm Supplies where you can view all the products used in their classes and help you choose the products you want and need. Each FabaTV artist also wanted to share with you some of their most useful tips and tricks as well as free tutorials to give you inspiration throughout the year. You can find these free videos in the FabaTV Tutorials section.


chandra mustafaa 2011-07-15 21:05:16

I purchased a few of your designs in a sleeve and a couple of your painting books...I would practice with them every once and a while...and who knew it would be the same designs we'd use of the face and body. I'm so excited....thank you Donna.

Barbara Smith 2011-07-19 13:31:34

I thought the class was only okay. I was appalled at the blowing in the face - if it were my child in the chair, I would cringe. That said, when I first started out, I did the same thing, eek! There were too many times when Ms. Dewberry made a small mistake (like we all make, on every design) but then it would stop her or she would make an excuse - I hope she can build up the confidence to resist the urge to do that. Pro painters *always* have eyelashes or collar bones or drippy brushes to deal with... always! And we always have "hiccups" on our designs. One last thing (and please forgive me) but IMO (only!) Ms. Dewberry seems a little "green" to me. I have been following her for years with her one-stroke, and she is undoubtedly the champion at that. But I do not sense that same ability and confidence with face painting. Nonetheless, I still enjoyed the class, and especially the necklace on the second design.

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