A group of crafty friends and I on a mission to spread joy with a new card class: Flower Power 2020!
You can get this class FREE with a qualifying purchase from Ellen Hutson, or a $10 fee that will be donated to World Central Kitchen! Full details right HERE!
And here’s the lineup:
- No-line Copic Amaryllis by Sandy Allnock
- Mixed Medium Chrysantheums by Therese Calvird
- Clean and Simple Squeeze the Day cards by Julie Ebersole
- Mondo Wildflowers Watercoloring with Inks by Carissa Wiley
- Mondo Succulents and Modern Succulents by Lisa Spangler << that’s me! :)
- Mondo Oak Leaf by Carly Minner
- Latte Love Floral Bouquets – by Sandy Allnock
I’m going to be sharing three ways to watercolor succulents — so many of you have asked how I color ’em — well here ya go!
I’ll show two watercolor techniques using the Daniel Smith Essentials set, including color mixing, different paper choices and more! Then I couldn’t resist showing showing another technique for coloring with inks. Yay!
By the way, you can find a full review of the Daniel Smith Essientials set right HERE — this set is so good you all!
Hope to see ya in class!
As mentioned above, if you purchase the class we’re going to donate the class fee to help World Central Kitchen — such a good cause! However, if you’d like to purchase the stamps or supplies so that you can get the class for free I’ve listed the ones I’ll be using below. Note that these are my affiliate links so I do receive a small commission at no charge to you if you make a purchase by clicking the link — thank you!
One more note — I’m only using the 6 watercolors in the Daniel Smith Essentials set, even though at first glance this may seem like more. It’s because I’ve listed the colors found in the set as individual tubes in case you have some of them in the set already :)