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illustrating “tweens”….

Somewhere between adorable and beautiful reside those amazing creatures know as “tweens”… Today I’m featuring another quick tutorial depicting an angelic tween model in an outfit of my own imagination! Her sheer skirt over fuschia leggings presents an interesting painting challenge….let’s begin! Step 1: Start with a flesh colored watercolor pencil and loosely sketch your […]

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vintage beauties….a watercolor tutorial

Happy Friday, lovelies! Summer weekends inspire watercolor tutorials featuring gorgeous girls of summer like these vintage beauties I found on Pinterest! I encourage you to be experimental and bold with your color choices….let’s begin! First, using a flesh colored watercolor pencil, create a loose sketch. If you aren’t comfortable drawing freehand trace the figures using […]

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Be Your Own Fashion Artist Coloring Book….Debut!

Hot off the presses, my coloring book is here! Over 100 pages of flowers, lovely ladies, hip accessories and whimsical textile illustrations await your coloring and collaging skills! Each illustration is duplicated three times so you don’t have to worry about making a mistake. Color, collage, create! For a full product description please check out my […]

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DIY tutorial…free form watercolor flowers inspired by vintage linens

One of my favorite activities to do every morning is to paint free form watercolor flowers just to put me in a joyful mood! I have an extensive collection of vintage linens which always serve as inspiration. Today I’ve create a tutorial inspired by a favorite hankie! I absolutely love the bold floral prints of […]

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DIY “be your own fashion artist” splattered page tutorial….

Hello lovelies! Today I have another “splattered page” coloring book tutorial for you to try with your digital downloads! I’m using my “stilettos and dragonflies” page from my “Be Your Own Fashion Artist” Digital Coloring Book available here…. Let’s get started! Step 1: Splatter your paper (use card stock or lightweight watercolor paper) with gentle […]

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