Do you love red geraniums as much as I do? I’m a bit of a fanatic, I’ll admit, and I wanted to paint some with watercolors. They didn’t turn out well. sigh. So I grabbed my trusty acrylics and played around a bit and came up with How to Paint Geraniums in Two Steps! […]
How to Paint a Peony with Watercolors Are you a peony lover? They’re such a beautiful flower, which makes trying to paint them a daunting task. But I did. Try, at least. The entire time I had my flower shop I never, not once, ordered any peonies, nor did my customers. Granted, that was another […]
How to Use Watercolor Pencils to paint a spring tulip!
This Christmas Village was easy to make – just paint and glitter – inspired by Pottery Barn. But the heavenly touch sits above the village. And makes the entire scene just perfect.
I just finished painting an outdoor St. Francis fountain for my mother. Neither Mom nor I like to shop anymore. Or I should say . . . . we don’t shop in stores much. We do, however, enjoy ‘browsing’ QVC and Home Shopping Network. Of course, if you like driving around a parking lot, battling […]
If you want a super simple, super fast, and nearly foolproof project to make for Halloween, paint some burlap. I’m not kidding. I love me some burlap for all kinds of home décor, any time of the year. But Halloween . . . it’s perfect. Some burlap projects I’ve painted are a Spooky Runner, Candle […]
Hi, thanks for stopping by today to see how to paint hydrangea. I’m demonstrating the wet-blending method – using two or more paint colors together. In addition to the video from the Hangout on Air, I wanted to also give you some step-by-steps for this technique. When I first started painting, I’d look at the […]
There are still openings for this week’s class – Pink & Coral Tulips! Come join the fun! I painted this easy sky & hillside as a backdrop for my Recycled Candleholders. I’m trying to learn more about shooting videos so I set up my tripod and pressed “record”. This is a time lapse video but […]