I'm back with my third post in the "How to Draw" series. (You can view the first two here and here.) I love drawing wreaths but I find myself feeling really overwhelmed when I sit down to draw one. Where do I start? What do I draw? Too sparse? Too full? Ok, well I'm breaking it down step by step today so if you're like me, you won't be overwhelmed any longer. But before we go any further, download your worksheet here. Your worksheet shows you the collection of botanical
(@itsbirdy) on Instagram <- I FINALLY FOUND THE ARTIST THAT DID THE CUTE POKÉMON DRAWINGS I PINNED LIKE A MILLION YEARS AGO
15 Super Pretty Monthlies ... Inspiration for your bullet journal or candy for your eye, it's all good. Like this lovely April monthly log or this soft pastel calendar. Flowers always feel good in spring, right?!
Original pinner sez: No link, but I'm guessing, draw flowers with masking fluid, drop wet into wet colours, sprinkle salt, allow to dry, rub off masking fluid. It would work by drawing in the flowers with a fine white crayon I should imagine. Something I'm going to have a go at.