What’s your passion?

Perhaps, you still don’t know what makes you happy. When was the last time you tried something new? Are you afraid of failure? Are you afraid of what people will think? Who cares,

because at the end of the day, only YOU can make YOU happy.

I recently tried watercoloring. I was attracted to the forgiving nature of the ink and the bright colors. Coping with PTSD can be very challenging from day to day.

As most of you that follow me know, I have been exploring art as a coping mechanism. I have been searching for ways to learn and reach out to others in recovery.

Welp, here is latest project and very first watercolor design. I love this!

Stencil Techniques /Anderson

I started this with a teal layered card stock background on a 4×4 square card. I was looking for something a bit outside the box so I used shades of blue and green watercolor pens from Altenew. I sprayed adhesive onto the Altenew flowing hearts stencil and attached it to white watercolor paper. I wet the paper and filled the stencil with shades of blue and green watercolor.

Then, I let the paper dry before die cutting it with a scalloped heart die from my stash. I adhered it to blue card stock and cut a second heart base. Lastly, I taped the entire heart to my base card using 3D foam tape. I topped it off with matching sentiment from Altenew “A crafty life” stamp set.

A work of 💙 heart

Drop a comment below and follow me for more inspiration. Interested in art therapy? Reach out because your not alone.

Remember, Be still and create something beautiful 💘

2 Comments

  1. Erum Tasneem says:

    This is absolutely stunning!! I love the colors you used too!
    Thank youf or submitting your wonderful work to the AECP assignment gallery.

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    1. Thank you, everything is created from the heart.

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