Flowers
Whether you're a watercolorist, acrylic maven or colored pencil crazy, we've got the perf flower-fabulous project for you to tackle! Don't sweat it if you've got a black thumb — these blooms will never wilt and will always brighten your mood.
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April showers bring... May watercolor flowers! This project is a win for any artist, no matter where you are on your watercolor journey. And it's a great way to build your skills in manipulating tints and shades. (Believe it or not, this gorgeous composition only requires four basic colors!)
Beginner
When you think about hand embroidery, it’s likely that pictures of pretty flowers pop into your head. This project has loads of 'em, created with a gorgeous variety of stitches that really bring on the texture.
Beginner
You can’t grow greens without having the right gear. And sure, some are no-brainers (where would your garden be without a shovel? Or sturdy gloves?). But there are a handful of other tools you might not have thought of that will instantly raise your gardening game and make life so much easier.
Bluprint
This bold bloom is so fresh you can practically smell it! But creating this painting isn't about perfect realism. Instead, you'll play with rich, bright colors and explore tons of different watercolor techniques in a loose, free approach.
Beginner
Eager gardeners, this one's for you: even if it's too early to plant outdoors, you can still get started prepping your plants for potting with seed starters. And watching seedlings first sprout up from the soil is so rewarding. This kit is made from objects you probably already have around the house — just add seeds!
Beginner
This terrarium is cute, easy and FAST. So you can get those peaceful Mother Nature decor vibes going as soon as tonight — even if your schedule is anything but relaxed. Let's grow!
Beginner
If you can't decide between painting and drawing, ask yourself: why choose? This mixed-media project combines the best of watercolors and colored pencils for the prettiest blooms.
Beginner
Discover the magic of stumpwork as you stitch wired slips (embroidered leaves built over a wire shape on a separate hoop). Afterwards, learn to cut the stitched wired slips from the hoop, then insert the dimensional wire leaves securely into the main embroidery to complete the design.
Your embroidery is complete! Explore a few different ways to finish your hoop and get inspired for your next project.
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