Let’s Paint a Columbine Flower!

Howdy friends! Today I have a review of the Grumbacher Deluxe Opaque Watercolor paints, although they were not my favorite they did the trick to paint this columbine flower requested by a viewer. 🙂



You can find the reference photo here.

I hope you give this a try using whatever watercolors you have! Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!


7 Responses

  1. I so appreciate your honest reviews. I want to spend my art dollars wisely. The price does seem high for the quality of these paints.


  2. Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone


  3. Dear FrugalCrafter followers: I’m looking for someone to help me. I have been trying to log into reference photo site and for the past two months the site keeps telling me the activation is pending. Has anyone else run into this or have any suggestions. Thanks so much.


    • hmmm, let me send a message to Roy, the site owner and see what is up:) I wil share the email you registered here with and see if he can approve your account:)


      • I do so appreciate this as I know how extremely busy you are. I love your work, your style and the unselfish manner you share your knowledge and expertise. Thank you so much.


  4. Hi Lindsay

    Love your tutorials!!!

    I am water coloring more these days. Since I am not good at drawing I rely mstly on stamping images. Sometimes; however I buy a digi image and can’t seem to watercolor the image as my printer ink smuges. Is there another way to watercolor by treating or somehow setting the ink? I leave them to dry for 24+ hours and print directly on watercolor paper.

    Thank for any advice



    • Hi Heidi, what I would do is get a sheet of graphite transfer paper and use that to transfer a digital stamp you printed on copy paper to nice watercolor paper (like when I provide a free painting pattern)and paint that, it would be as if you sketched it with a pencil.


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