I’m back from a wonderful weekend getaway with three of my fellow mom friends. We enjoyed laughter (with a few snorts), good conversations (with no interruptions), cake (without a care about calories) and a few glasses of wine (with no whine from children!) It was heaven.
As promised, I finally have the tutorial for painting dandelion graphics on your wall.
I know some of you may be intimidated by painting something graphic on your walls. But, I’m hoping if I break it down for you it won’t look so hard.
Start by sketching out your design using chalk or pencil. I personally prefer chalk, but if your walls are too light you can use pencil.
From here on I’ll show you the design using black paint on white paper (because it will be easier for you to see.)
Try not to be too symmetrical. And be sure to paint more seeds closer to the flower and fewer as they blow further away.
Be careful not to use too much paint or too much pressure.
They will be viewed from across the room. So, don’t stress out.
Finish up by adding leaves to the underside of the dandelion. Use your liner or round brush to create an an elongated “S” shape.
What do you think? Will you try it?