Hi, everyone! It’s Ana, and I’m back with another tutorial. Today I’m going to expand on the motif in my last post and show you how to draw flowers using a simple and enjoyable technique! So sit back, relax, and get ready to illustrate some of my favorite flowers: geraniums!
Today, we’re hearing from Ana with this gorgeous sympathy card tutorial! This is the first sympathy card tutorial here on TPK, and it’s elegant, tasteful, and appropriate for sensitive situations. If you don’t have an occasion to send this card, I hope you try out the cool technique that Ana uses here!
Today, we’re putting on our flapper dresses and bringing our gold watercolor to life to create an art deco-inspired birthday card! You’ll need to get a little cozy with a ruler to make it, but the glamorous result is well worth the trouble!
Watercolor wreaths add elegance and artistry to any project: snail mail, wedding materials, and bullet journals, to name a few. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how relaxing wreaths are to draw! Put on a good podcast, have some hot tea, and go to town on making a beautiful watercolor wreath of your own with this tutorial!
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use a few common art supplies to make “juicy” lettering that pops! Feel free to modify the supply list to accommodate the items that you have available to you.
Today’s post boasts a fun printable surprise: a printable calligraphy tutorial packet detailing how to make a flourished bee! If you’ve got a moment this weekend, get your dip pen out and give making this little guy a shot. I’d love to see your results on Instagram — you can tag me @thepostmansknock!