Pineapple Painting!

By request here is a tutorial on how to paint the fun pineapple with mermaid markers. You can use watercolor or waterbased markers for this!


Watch the video for this fast and fun project!

I hope you give this a try and til next time happy crafting!


9 Responses

  1. Thanks for showing us this! I hope it will work with Zigs too!
    Funny the way all those happy bright colors suggest sunshine, parties and a lot of fun, doesn’t it?


  2. I love the pineapple. You make watercolering so much fun! I always thought watercolor was not for me. I just couldn’t get the hang of it. I’ve used oils, pastels on sandpaper and but I’m beginning to love watercolor and your card making school videos are fantastic. I watch them over and over. Thanks!


  3. Hi Lindsay, do you have a recipe for alcohol blending solution? I’ve looked through a lot of your posts and videos but can’t find one. Thanks Jackie


  4. Thank you so much. I loosened up and just had fun. Just wanted to thank you for all you do. K


  5. So colourful, I love it!


  6. It’s amazing that you can work so fast and still accomplish your wonderful painting.


  7. I just want to moan a little, that where I live, none of the Michael’s has any plans to stock Jane Davenport materials “at this time” (whatever that means). I know, it’s a pathetic moan, what some people call a real “First World Problem,” and not a real complaint. Just wanted to say it, though.


    • that is weird, it is possible they they just don’t know it is coming, it might show up in their inventory asn american crafts. It is worth checking back.


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