Vintage Flowers

I learned this technique recently from Carla Sonheim… creating flowers inspired by vintage buttons:

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I drew my design with a ballpoint pen, colored it with crayons and covered the design with (water soluble) Tombow markers.  I finished by softening my design with a damp paper towel.

I then cut out my design and glued them to my page with a glue stick.  I added some flower stems with the same technique.  This is definitely something I want to explore further!

Happy Friday!

Cheers!  🙂

24 responses to “Vintage Flowers

  1. Wow how fun! Do you have a big creative space Jill? You do so many different things and use so many different materials. 😊👍❤

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    • Thanks Jodi! 😊 I’d love to have an art room with everything in one place! Right now, I spread my art throughout the house… I use a spare bedroom for supplies and recently, I set-up a table in my “formal” living room so I can paint instead of using the kitchen island. My dream is to finish an area in our basement for my art! 🎨👍

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  2. Beautiful work, love the way they are placed and make a perfect composition and the colors are perfect!!! Xo Johanna

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  3. Oh – these are lovely!

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  4. I like everything about your flowers, Jill! Lovely❣️❣️❣️👍

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  5. I like everything about your flowers, Jill! Lovely❣️❣️❣️

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  6. simply gorgeous Jill!! love that color combo! 🙂

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  7. So lovely! I’ve always loved collecting unique buttons as a girl. Love this!

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  8. Seriously Jill you should do workshops I would come if I lived near by because you are always pushing the boundaries and look what you get when you do. LOVE this and the bright colours too.

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