My project uses the Crocus Flowers and Courage sentiment – in loose loose watercolor! If you’ve struggled with loose painting, I’ve got some encouragement in the video that might shake you from being so tight!
Paint a loose background – then if you paint out of the lines it really won’t matter at all. It’ll just be some extra pretty splatter!
If you need something different to shake you up creatively, try a different format for a card – long skinny, 5×7, something other than your usual!
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You are so very talented! I absolutely adore PPP, thank you for participating in the blog hop.
I want so badly to do your watercolor jumpstart class! Hopefully, I can start soon. I have to learn from The Master!!
your coloring inspires me <3
This loose style may be challenging as we seem to default to being neat and staying in the lines. The result is gorgeous.