Silly Blue Footed Booby Card

Silly Blue Footed Booby Card

Silly Blue Footed Booby Card

I don’t often keep a card I make just for me. But this guy? I might not be sending him out anywhere. First, coz he’s a Booby! That was my favorite bird in school – I was so excited some scientist would even think of calling a bird a Booby. But those sentiments – they’re HILARIOUS. Expect to see more of this guy on instagram over the coming months, I wuv him. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

So simple. So silly. So….yeah. He’s staying with me.

Supplies

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What to do with practice watercolor paintings?

What to do with practice watercolor paintings?

 

What to do with practice watercolor paintings

If you practice watercoloring a lot (and you should!), you may have a lot of poor or so-so paintings hanging around. Not worthy of framing, or gifting…but you just can’t part with all that paper. What to do? Make something out of it! Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

I made a bunch of bookmarks that can be used for a fundraiser at church…with nice heavy layers of paper, they can charge a decent amount for them too – just add ribbons before the sale!

Supplies

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A shell in your pocket: Nicole Tamarin Seashells

A shell in your pocket: Nicole Tamarin Seashells

 

A shell in your pocket

Sometimes a really beautiful stamp set just leaps into your cart, right? (Ok more than sometimes!) But this one – the sentiments blew me away as much as the pretty shells! I debated what to color these with – landed on Inktense Pencils –  and I know I’ll be playing with them and my Copics too. Because, beautiful, right? Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Supplies

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Painting practice with Guacamole (Uhhh avocado!)

Painting practice with Guacamole (Uhhh avocado!)

Painting practice with Guacamole (Uhhh avocado!)

Just like with any medium, it’s helpful to repaint the same thing several times in a row to gain the most learning from your attempts. So make a “crowd” of avocados to really learn how to paint one! Watch the video below or click HEREHERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

The inside just has a few layers of paper – then a sweet tiny bit of stamping. 

Supplies

Below are links to the supplies I’ve used for today’s project. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate your support toward the costs of running this blog! Read more.

Mixing it up on Pirate Island (watercolor)!

Mixing it up on Pirate Island (watercolor)!

Hello friends! It’s the first Thursday – which means I’ve got a treat for you over at MFT’s blog! 

 

In that post, I mentioned that July is World Watercolor Month – so you know what that means, I’ll be painting up a storm! (And no, Copicistas, I won’t be going solo on watercolor….but will be including a lot more watercolor on Instagram for the month!)

New Watercolor Classes at Art-Classes.com Coming Up!

TWO new watercolor classes are coming to art-classes.com – launching July 1st! My monthly newsletter subscribers got a little sneak peek….and their excitement lets me tell ya it should be a lot of fun!

If you want to get yourself ready for World Watercolor Month, I’d recommend getting your watercolor stash prepped.

  • If you’re running out of a color or two? Stock up!
  • If you’ve wanted to try Daniel Smith Watercolors and haven’t yet, try out my dot card now (it’s cheap!), and then pick some colors to buy.
  • See how I set up my palette and have yours all ready.
  • Haven’t yet made a color chart with reds yellows and blues yet? Get on it!

Neither class leans on having ANY specific colors. And you *can* take them with other brands of watercolor, too, but your results may be a little different. Brushes: #8 and #12 round Black Velvet brushes. Full supply lists will be available in July, but if you’ve got these items and some Arches Cold Press, that’ll get you going!

Compilation: 9 Fox coloring videos!

Compilation: 9 Fox coloring videos!

I’m out of town on vacation (ok a working vacation, but ya know. Gotta do what you gotta do!) And since my house-and-pet-sitter doesn’t make videos…I kinda needed a plan B.

One of my lovely followers had a genius idea for my vacation posts…to do some fun reprises of old posts you might have missed! Today….I collected the crazy number of videos I’ve done with foxes – can you believe this craziness?! lol! Supplies aren’t listed in this post, but click through to the blog post or YouTube page to get links if you need ’em. Note that a bunch are older, so links might be dead if they aren’t available any longer.

Complementary Foxes, Technique Tuesday (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Jump for Joy, Lawn Fawn (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Friends for All Seasons, WPlus9 (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Dreamers, Elizabeth Craft Designs (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

The Fox, Gorjuss (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Cliff Climbing, Mama Elephant (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Interactive Card, Dr Ph Martins Rainbow Ride (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Choosing Copic Colors with Hex Chart – Fox Hollow, Newtons Nook (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

Soft Birch Forest, Purple Onion Designs (watch on YouTube) (see blog post)

 

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