How to Paint Dew Drops & a New Tutorial!

Hello folks! I have a 2 for one special today! A new free watercolor painting video and a new painting kit for sale! First the free video!

My new beginner watercolor tutorial is in the shop and you can learn how to paint this pretty peony:

DCF 1.0

You get a pattern to trace, full step by step instructions with photos and a high resolution photo of the finished painting to print! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

11 Responses

  1. What a work of art! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Wow…Lindsay…..this is wonderful. Thank you for this great tut.
    I think nothing is easey – peasy, you are doing this a long time and are a master in it!!!
    I have to show your video’s to my Mum, she loves aquarel-painting very much.

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  3. I was amazed the first time I saw Ryn’s water droplet stamps, then I bought it when I saw another example used so brilliantly….and now I’m inspired to try painting some my self…thanks for the lesson.

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  4. Can this be achieved using inks, watercolor markers and pencils? Or, do you need traditional watercolor pan paints? I love this and your birch tree tutorial. I’d like to give them a try, but not sure I have the right supplies.

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  5. Love this video, thumbs up! What is your favorite watercolor paper? Would you recommend that for beginner practice? Or something else? Thanks.

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    • Hi Maryellen, for practice I recommend the Starthmore watercolor cards 100 pack at blick art materials, it’s 22 bucks and the paper is great for a beginner because it has a nice texture and sizing so you can lift mistakes well. Also if you decide you don’t like watercolor (or you love it and want to move on to bigger sheets) the card-bases and envelopes can be used for traditional card-making so no wasted supplies! Also it is a heck of a deal:) That said my favorite watercolor paper is Arches 140# natural white.

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  6. Once again an excellent tutorial. I’m so impressed as to what you can do upside down! I don’t think I could do that!

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  7. Inspiring Lindsay!!!!

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  8. Great job, Lindsay. I love it.

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  9. Love this tutorial, Lindsay – thanks for the step-by-step sequence! I bought your classes, so I’m going to practice my dew drops!

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