Learn to paint your own beautiful hydrangea painting like the one pictured here.
When you complete this course you will have a completed piece of art made with your own heart and hands. Yes! You can do it!
This eCourse includes:
-One full length video of me sitting with you and talking you through the process of creating your own piece of art (aprox 45 minutes long)
-A list of recommended supplies, tools, and brands
-An explanation of how I use supplies
-Tips and tricks
-Simple and straightforward instructions on video and in written form
What Happens After You Make A Purchase?
- Immediately upon purchase, you will be directed to Paypal and the course will be sent directly to your email box with a link that will direct you to the online tutorial page along with your password. (If for some reason you do not receive your link immediately, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org)
- You can access the tutorial any time at your leisure.
- You will have lifetime access to the tutorial and can revisit it from your email link as many times as you wish!
Here’s What Others Are Saying…
“It was very clear, very well explained and you kept it fun….I liked that it wasn’t too long.”
“I liked that you had the line drawing.
I enjoyed how you explained how to draw the shapes.”
“I can see you are a born ‘mother’ who is able to break down painting into baby steps.”
“It has been really fun!! Very clear instructions and great teaching style.”
“I absolutely loved taking Amanda’s mixed media e-course! I really love art. However, I felt a bit uneasy about creating a piece of my own……but her friendly, conversational teaching style put me right at ease. She covered it all step by step with lots of tips along the way. Thank you, Amanda for creating this course!!”
Supplies to Gather
You may purchase these at your favorite craft store or order through my affiliate links listed here and have them delivered to your home.
In this project, I used an 11×14 canvas. You can use any size canvas that you choose.
Order online: Canvas
2. Acrylic Paint and Tools
Any acrylic paint will do. I used these colors and brands but you basically just need black, white, dark blue, bright blue, red, and a metallic silver. Here are links to the exact things I used. Americana Lamp black, Americana Titanium white, Liquitex Brilliant blue, Grumbacher Thalo blue, Folk Art Silver Sterling Metallic, Americana red
I have found that my favorite paint brands are Liquitex heavy bodied paints for most palette knife painting and I am very impressed with the Americana brand of craft paint. Their brand with the gold tops (you can get these in the craft store) is thicker than most craft paint and the colors are really great!