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Watercolor Flowers Series #24: Roses (Crimson Blush)


Roses (Crimson Blush)

I haven’t added to my Watercolor Flowers Series in ages but with spring around the corner…maybe it’s time! I bought these pretty roses from Penny Black and stamped them in a faded ink pad – and turned them into washy flowers. Enjoy!
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

It takes some practice to get loose and washy, but it’s so worth the effort!


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13 thoughts on “Watercolor Flowers Series #24: Roses (Crimson Blush)

  1. your work is amazing!!! I’ve been following you for a long time & still can’t get enough of your work! thank you for your continued support thru sharing; much appreciated.

  2. Sandy, I don’t think I have ever watched a video tutorial that lasted 10 minutes and learnt so much about one medium in that time. I was absolutely drawn to you painting for the whole time, I could have watched you for so much longer. I am definitely going to go back to other video tutorials you have done with water colour and watch these too. Thank you so much for such an informative video tutorial Sandy. :O)

  3. Wow Sandy this is so awesome, thanks for this great informative video!
    Have a nice weekend.

  4. I absolutely LOVE this!

  5. Gorgeous. Looking forward to watching the video later on.

  6. Stunning. So pretty.

  7. Beautiful but daunting!

  8. So beautiful! Love the look of this image!

  9. This is gorgeous! Love the colors, love the soft look, LOVE this card ♥

  10. So pretty! I do love how the rose bud turned out.
    Marianne x

  11. Lovely.

  12. wow I really enjoyed this video! I always learn something new from your videos, thank you so much! I cant wait to give this soft watercolor a go!!

  13. I love watching you do these “washy” roses, especially that moment when each one suddenly turns into a total 3-dimensionally real rose! Wowzers.

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