Ann Shach's February Lesson of the Month was another excellent teaching tool for this watercoloring newbie! I love her watercolor style and her teaching style! She is a retired teacher and you can tell she was a very prepared teacher. She gives you a full, printable tutorial as well as video links so you can see her making the cards she teaches every month. Plus you get a sample of each card. It couldn't be any easier and I am so thankful that I'm learning along the way. Ann has only a few spots left for her March Lesson of the Month, so if you are interested, stop by today!
You can tell that I'm a novice, as all of my petals are different, but I still keep improving. I love cutting out the blooms, since that means I can color outside the lines and not worry about it!
The blooms and stems were stamped onto Very Vanilla card stock versus water color paper, so they did curl up a bit due to getting wet. But I liked the effect--it made my card more
3-D! What do you think? I'd love to read your comments.
There are only a few more days to take advantage of Sale-A-Bration, where you receive a free item with EACH $50 purchase. Take advantage through March 31st.
If you are interested in getting started as a hobby or business Stampin' Up! Demonstrator, take advantage of receiving $150 in product (that you choose) for only $99! Offer good through March 31st. I'd love to have you join my stamping group! Details here.
Peaceful Petals Watercolor Thank You Supplies:
Card Stock: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Primrose Petals
Designer Series Paper: Modern Medley
Stamps: Peaceful Petals
Ink: Black Stazon, Primrose Petals, So Saffron, Wild Wasabi
Big Shot: Ovals Collection Framelits
Embellishments: Basic Pearls
Tools: Aqua Painter, Paper Snips