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MFT Guest Post: Love you to the core

Hello coloring friends!! I’ve been doing guest posts over at MFT and this month is no different of course! The second I saw this little Pure Innocence girl snacking on an apple from her little basket, I had to color her right up – and add a fall scene behind her! I’ve been obsessed with fall scenes lately – and you can check my Instagram feed for lots more scene ideas for your fall, halloween, and Thanksgiving cards. (And I’m moving into Christmas now, too, so ya best run and catch up! lol!) But first – enjoy the watercolor pencil video:

Lots of fun – and easy, too. That’s the great thing about trees…they’re just blobs of color!

Glossy Accents is one of my favorite embellishments on an image – adding just a little shine to her apples and shoes!



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9 thoughts on “MFT Guest Post: Love you to the core

  1. That’s an adorable little scene.

  2. The simplicity speaks for itself. Thank you for the tips.

  3. Thanks for sharing this beautiful Autumn scene, complete with video!

  4. Love how simple you make the project seem… it is so encouraging!

  5. I love how easily you create the background scenes for ANY stamps you choose. Always worth watching and I ALWAYS learn SOMETHING! Thanks for that!

  6. Left a comment over on the MFT blog but wanted to say it here too, I really appreciated that you created a scene that we can easily duplicate. I struggle with scene building, and you are the master at it. I especially appreciated the tips about the trees only needing to be suggested shapes, because I try to go too realistic, and I am finding that with watercolor in particular it isn’t helping my scenes at all. Thanks for the advice and tips, they are always useful!

  7. I love your card and the background.

  8. I need to get out my water color pencils and try out a fall scene! Wonderful!!

  9. What a wonderful fall scene.

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