The Greeting Farm – March Preview Day 2

Hey all! Welcome back to day 2 of previews for The Greeting Farm.

Today we are sharing a new set called Bouquet, and I played with the “Mexico Palette” again when painting these pretty florals up!

I stamped it out with Tea Dye Distress ink then started painting it up, I love working in layers and creating depth on the card, adding a little gray dropped shadow to some of the florals and the sentiment really finished this one off!

The Greeting Farm – March Preview Day 1

Hey all! Welcome to another set of previews for The Greeting Farm!

We are kicking things off this month with A new Cheeky! Meet Cheeky Howdy!

I have been on a watercolor kick, but I wanted to do a scene and play with my copics for this card today, I stamped out the image and then free handed in the cactus and the background.

Thank you for stopping by,

Floral Mix Background

Hey all, I have been having a blast with my watercolours and gouache and things lately. Don’t worry the Gnome video is almost done, you will get to see that soon.

But today I pulled out a background set from Simon Says Stamp and did some no lines watercolouring with it. It seems to be my thing again lately!

This one probably took me about 3 hours to paint. It was a wonderful time, I love just mindlessly painting, it is always a good time!

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Simon Says Stamp Floral Mix Background – (SSS)
Daniel Smith Watercolors Nickel Azo Yellow – (Blicks)
Quinacridone Gold – (Blicks)
Quinacridone Coral – (Blicks)
Quinacridone Pink – (Blicks)
Sap Green – (Blicks)
Perylene Green – (Blicks)
Quinacridone Purple – (Blicks)
Carbazol Violet – (Blicks)
Moonglow – (Blicks)
Hematite Violet Genuine – (Blicks)
Sepia – (Blicks)
Buff Titanium – (Blicks)
Naples Yellow – (Blicks)

Spring Gnomes

Hey all! It is time for a new release from Simon Says Stamp, this release is called Lucky to Know You! I got the sweetest little Gnome set to share with you all, called Spring Gnomes!

I chose to paint these two up with my Mexico Palette (which I think is going to be my new “all the time palette”. I love how it all came together with soft colours.

You can check out this set, and the rest of the Lucky to Know You Release, over here!