Fearless Friday, Drippy Bouquet

Let’s be fearless today and play with watercolor

 

watercolor doodles

 

 

Lots of fun things  happen when you let the paint drip, run, and splatter…

 

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drippy-bouquet-tutorial

 

 

step 1: light wash for each flower

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step 2: add stems

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step 3: a red rose swoosh

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step 4: an orange swoosh and some dots

 

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step 5: more swooshes, dots and drips

Hold your paper up and tilt or tap it to encourage the paint to drip down and run

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Just let go and have fun!

 

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This design is called “Drippy Bouquet,” and it’s available on 13 different items at my Society6 Shop here

 

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Currently there are 39 designs available at my  Society6 Shop, what will #40 be?

 

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Comments
22 Responses to “Fearless Friday, Drippy Bouquet”
  1. Lovely design and you do make it look so easy! Happy weekend Jenna………..

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  2. Mary says:

    Any bouquets are perfect for beating the winter blues Jenna! Love your creativity and your drippy bouquet…Miss Charlotte looks like a budding artist 😉

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  3. Love your talent and how you share it, Jenna! Miss Charlotte looks intent on learning Grandma’s skills!

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  4. Jodi says:

    I adore this painting!!!!

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  5. Jenna, I love your drippy bouquet and Miss Charlotte is learning how to paint like her grandmother., what fun to teach her! Happy weekend’

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  6. So fun and pretty! And with your excellent instructions, I think I could do this!

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  7. That is the funniset spring design and reminds me of when I was painting T-shirts, so colorful!
    Thanks for sharing on the #OMHGFF this week, hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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  8. lulu says:

    You know, I think I could get into this and it would be very fun to do it with you.

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  9. Cutest little painter ❤

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  10. These are wonderful! I might just have to try this technique — I need to make a few cards! Thanks for a great idea.

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  11. Linda Gray says:

    thank you so much for the tutorials. i do wish you would give classes in the Birmingham area 🙂

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  12. Teresa Bri says:

    That’s really pretty! If you can, come and join The Really Crafty Link Party (http://keepingitrreal.blogspot.com.es/2017/01/welcome-to-the-really-crafty-link-party-54.html). Have a wonderful week!

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  13. Sandra Garth says:

    I never tire of watercolors and I always love your designs. Maybe I can get up enough nerve to try this on a cake. Fingers crossed!

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  14. Kim says:

    Charlotte is adorable! Looks like she’s as talented as you. Beautiful tutorial, Jenna.

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  15. JESS44903 says:

    Each week I’m jealous of your craft! HOW cute!

    I would love for you to share this with my Facebook Group for recipes, crafts, tips, and tricks: https://www.facebook.com/groups/pluckyrecipescraftstips/

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

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  16. rawsonjl says:

    Lots of fun! I haven’ made anything with watercolors in ages.

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