Sunday, February 26, 2012

Water color Vegetable Cart from Art Impressions

I love water color and when I was introduced to water color via Art Impressions, I was hooked. Here was a technique that me, with no art training, could enjoy water coloring and get results with which I was happy.

Bonnie Krebs, owner of Art Impressions has several videos on youtube .  I love the videos and the way Bonnie presents this technique that she developed.  You can teach yourself simply by watching and pausing as you go.

I was lucky to be able to take some classes offered in my area but I also learned by purchasing the technique books, buying the necessary stamps and supplies, and working and completing each project for every available book.

So, if you would like to explore water color you don't need the excuse of no classes being offered in your area. With the videos and the great technique books offered by Art Imprsession you can create works of art that can be used in cards, scrapbooks, paper craft projects such as book making or simply framed and given as gifts.  I hope you will try this.  As always, any questions just leave me a comment or you can email me at  If you are within driving range of Greenville, SC and have a local stamp store or a facility that could be used for a classroom I am available to teach.  Thanks for looking.

Water color flower pot

 The instructions for the flower pot above is available in each Art Impressions project book:
The instructions are clear and easy to follow and are available at the Art Impressions website or your local stamp store.  Here is a sample that I did that uses a combinations of stamps and techniques including masking.

1 comment:

  1. Thank you Mary for posting another Art Impressions Watercolor Series card. They are my favorite. I'm ready for more!! :)


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