Today’s really *simple* scene is adding a pine bough to an ornament….it’s not an intricate scene but it sets more of a setting than just having an ornament dangling on the card!
The technique is a simple version of the Simply Christmas watercolor class so if this is intriguing, click on this pic to see more:
Here’s a little review of what’s going on with the series this week…and you know how it goes with stamps, they may run out, so if you’re the type to shop ahead, here are links: Penguin Cheer, Woodland Holiday,Fun in the Snow, Dinomite Christmas, Snow Fun, and new MFT in the upper right.
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Watch the video below or click HERE to watch it on YouTube.
Just a few colors used – and you could even cut the greens down too.
There’s something wonderful about simple cards – and not only from our perspective that they’re quick. But an card like this would be treasured by the recipient as a piece of art!
- Dinomite Christmas By Brandi Kincaid, Essentials By Ellen
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Watercolor Brushes:
Short Round 8
Short Round 12
- Arches Cold Press Paper
- DANIEL SMITH Watercolors:
Perylene Maroon: EH – Blick
Anthraquinoid Scarlet: EH – Blick
Sap Green: EH – Blick
Green Apatite Genuine: EH – Blick
Perylene Green: EH – Blick
Payne’s Blue Gray: EH – Blick
Neutral Tint: EH – Blick
- Other sets to be used this week:
Woodland Holiday, Art Impressions Clear Stamps
Fun in the Snow, Evelin T Designs Clear Stamps
Snow Fun, Avery Elle Clear Stamps
Penguin Cheer, Art Impressions Clear Stamps