Well, it's the last week of February and the weather has been for the most part- record breaking Spring-like temps, and only a trace of snow:):) I can only hope it continues. Just some art to share this time around, and here goes...
This card is meant for the Simon Says Wednesday Challenge (Add a Sentiment).
Products: white cardstock; Spellbinders Die -Fleur De Lis rectangles; die cut machine; Wildflower image (Hero Arts); Sentiment (Papertey Ink- Giga Guidelines); Versafine Onyx Black ink; Colorbox Fluid Chalk inks- Tangerine, Olive Pastel.
For the Art Journal Journey Challenge this month (theme is Hearts):
Lots of Dina Wakley (yes, again;) products! DW paints- Magenta, Tangerine, Peacock, Lime.; collage tissue; stencil- Small Basics; Media Journal. Tim Holtz - Paper Dolls, Small Talk Stickers, stencil (Linen). The circle art (one of many) is from a challenge I had done last year. These are the perfect size for using as a focus on journal pages!
And now on to my watercolor practices! I have been sharing some of these on IG. But not this one meant for T Stands For Tuesday:
I had just finished painting this but a few hours before putting this post together. I wasn't sure it would turn out, so, just in case, I did have a photo of the mug of tea that was beside me ready to go :):) I got a lot of help with this from an online demo- but for the life of me I cannot remember the specifics as I have been watching many on watercolors lately. If I do remember at some point I will certainly let you know. The words are added digitally. I used my Peerless Watercolors for this, along with a white gel pen and ink.
And here are a few of the flowers I have been practicing using my Daniel Smith Watercolors. The You Tube inspirations are from Emma LeFebvre and CeeCee's Creations:
I'll have more watercolors and flowers coming up since I have been doing them for an IG February Flowers Challenge.
Linking with Paint Party Friday too!
Happy week everyone!
" You may not seem able to change some outer circumstances but you can start by changing your inner experience of life and yourself." Joy Page