Painting with Thirsty Brushes: Mondo Hydrangea

I am delighted that I got my hands on Mondo Hydrangeas….because I was itching to watercolor some big flowers with my Daniel Smith tube paints…and this was the perfect excuse!

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The bigger the blooms, the better, right? Especially when working with watercolor – if you’re new to it, bigger blooms have more area for you to get used to pushing around the paint. If you’re new, don’t try that solid background though – yeesh, I was worried for a while that I might have to scrap it and start over!

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For the sentiment, I used the Totally Fabulous die set (no longer available) – I cut the totally from vellum and made it along a banner, and attached the fabulous – I put some Be Creative tape on the back before diecutting, which made it nice and sticky to attach to my card!

Sandy Allnock Watercoloring with Thirsty Brushes

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