If you want to paint pretty flowers, but need a little nudge – this stamp set has some perfect images to get you rolling along. I’m using Brusho, though you can use other paints – but it’s easier, from my experience, to loosen up with Brusho.
Note that though I wasn’t sure in the voiceover, I was using a 12 brush to get huge petals like this.
The second card uses the other stamp – but basically the same painting technique.
The surface I work on with Brusho is the Craft Assistant – very easy to clean up, and that’s important with watercolor powders! The three colors I used on these cards are Turquoise, Purple, and a little Gamboge. See supply links below.
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- Concord & 9th, Pretty Petals is no longer available but this one has a similar flower center: Sparkled, Altenew Clear Stamps
- Essentials by Ellen, Craft Assistant
- Brusho Crystal Watercolors
- Silver Brush Black Velvet Round #12 EH – BLICK – AMZ
- Arches Cold Press Paper: EH – BLICK
- VersaFine Ink Pad, Onyx Black