“I must have flowers, always, and always.” Words from artist Claude Monet sum up the spirit of this broad bouquet measuring 5.5" wide. Drawn with echos of primitive folk art and crewelwork, but done up Marcella Hawley-style. This bouquet can be cropped in if the full image is too much to take on at once! Featuring mysterious interpretations of Morning Glories, figs, Fritillaria imperialis, Daisies, Tulips, Pomegrates, and Fritillaria uva vulpis. Many of these plants are ones I've either grown in my garden or admired at the Ottoman plantings at Missouri Botanical Garden.
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Here’s an outstanding step-by-step tutorial by the Bloom Brigade’s Allison Cope for working with digital images using GIMP, a free downloadable photo-editing program.
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