Happy Saturday! I’m excited to bring you a video showing how to watercoloor a sweet little watercolor hedgehog card with Hedgehog Friends, along with more cards using the latest Pretty Pink Posh release!

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The little set of hedgehogs has these little guys in a number of positions – I might need to make one catching butterflies with those little paws outstretched!

I use Daniel Smith watercolors….the sky is Cobalt Teal Blue, grass began with Serpentine, added Sap, and then added Green Apatite. For the hedgies, New Gamboge had a little Aussie Red Gold added to it, Quin Rose, and their bodies are Yellow Ochre.

More cards!

Paulina just had her little bébé – so of course she has baby stamps in this collection! I made her a little card with Little One, coloring it with just BGs and keeping the card clean and simple. Hopefully she got it in the mail already! Note there are lots more baby-themed dies and stamps from Pretty Pink Posh, so if you have lots of mamas in your Facebook friends list….go peek around!

I used the sweet little Ladybug Friends set to combine with a waxflower plant from my Copic Wildflowers class – I think the propoortion is off but thats ok, right? Heehee!

I had colored the three squares in this Spring Days card, and was trying to figure out a sentiment for it – fortunately I remembered back in the fall I told myself not to forget the Tis the Season set when Easter came – and I remembered! That got me to add the glitter onto my bunnies, isn’t it perfect!?!?

These pretty Tulips are colored in an IGTV video here (Instagram’s video feature) !


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