Wednesday, September 27, 2017

NEW VIDEO - Flowering Wreath

Hello Ai Fans!

Welcome to a new Watercolor Wednesday with Bonnie! This week, Bonnie shows you how to create a beautiful, blooming wreath with vines, flowers, buds, and branches! To start, she creates a 3" circle with quadrant lines in pencil so she can create a repeating pattern around the wreath. She starts with the vine from our Spring Basket Set in Pine Green and then again in Tropical around the circle. She then adds the flowers from our Chest of Flowers Set between the vines in Aubergine, then softens the image with water. Next, Bonnie adds berries from our new WC Fall Set, inking the buds with Violet and stem in Pine Green. To finish the wreath, she adds a large branch from our new WC Branches Set in Tropical. She erases the pencil lines and adds the sentiment from our WC Sentiment set.

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View in HD on YouTube: https://youtu.be/1W0n6AOger8



6 comments:

  1. Love the wreath, a Christmas-winter one with the Fir set would be wonderful. The W/C Wed are great, showing and teaching how to utilize all the wc sets in a variety of ways is inspiring and motivating. Thank you Bonnie.

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  2. Gorgeous wreath and hope you'll do a series for all the seasons! Look forward to Wednesday's videos...fantastic way to jumpstart my creative day. Can't wait to see more ideas for the new WC series of stamps!!!

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  3. I'd love to see a Christmas wreath. Thanks for sharing your techniques. I love your work. It makes it so easy to learn.

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  4. Beautiful, Bonnie! I recently made a wreath too! lol But yours is so pretty!

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  5. Perfect wreath card. I think I will go try it in Autumn colors.

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  6. This is an amazingly gorgeous wreath !

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