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Bok Choy Roses

What you need:Bok Choy Roses
• Canvas
• Paint
• Bok Choy
• Cutting board
• Knife
•  Brush

What you do:
• Using the knife, cut off the bottom of the bok choy.
• The bok choy leaves  can be saved to make a dinner. (The closer to the bottom you cut, the tighter the “rose petals” will be.)
• Paint the back ground.
• Let it dry.
• Use the  brush to apply a light coating of paint to the cut side of the bok choy.
• Use this as a stamp to make roses on the canvas.
• Use green paint and the paint brush to make rose stems and leaves.
• When finished, wash off the paint from the bok choy and compost it.
• Let you artwork dry.
• Display!

Flower Art

What you need:Flower Art
• Canvas
• Watercolor
• Drinking straw
• Brush
• Water

What you do:
• Create a light wash by mixing water with one base color.
• Paint the entire surface of the  canvas with the color; let dry.
• To make flower stems, use a thin brush to paint a single line of light green watercolor paint.
• When the light green is almost dry, highlight it with a line of darker green; let dry.
• To create the flowers, place a nickel-size puddle of watercolor paint in a light tone onto the canvas at the top of one stem.
• Hold a straw vertically, straight over the top of the puddle.
• Blow into the straw to spread the paint into a sunburst pattern and let it dry.
• Repeat the process with a deeper, more saturated tone of the same color and let it dry again.
• Display.

Tulip Art

What you need:Tulip art
• construction paper
• water color
• scissors
• plastic wrap
• ribbon
• scissors

What you do:
• Paint the hand in the color you want your tulips to be.
• Press the hand down onto the sheet of construction paper to make tulips.
•  Using the paintbrush make the stems and the leaves of the tulips.
•  Let the flowers dry.
• Using scissors, cut 2 vertical  slits on the bottom of the paper.
• Put the ribbon through the slits, in the back of the paper.
• Put the plastic wrap on the bottom of the picture and tight the ribbon around it to make a bouquet.


Flower Painting

What you need:Flower Painting1
• Plastic Bottle
• Canvas
• Paper Plate
• Brush
• Paint

What you do:
• Using dark paint make a branch on the canvas.
• Let it dry.
• Pour some paint on a paper plate and dip the plastic bottle.
• Press the plastic bottle on the canvas, then lift up.
• Dip the bottle in more paint each time you repeat the stamp.

Dahlia Painting

How to Sketch a Dahlia Flower
Step 1. Quickly sketch a rough oval to outline main flower petals, then draw a smaller shape in the center for stigma and anther. Now start working down the flower stem and create very light sketches of leaves. Learning how to draw a flower can at times be a matter of trial and error, so keep your first few drawing lines faint, especially if you use graphite pencil, to avoid any unnecessary erasing or cleaning up at the end.
Step 2.  Begin to get into details of flower petals. As you see, they look pretty much like the shapes of your leaves, but smooth and soft without rough edges

How to Color a Dahlia Flower
Step 3. Decide on your choice of colors and quickly fill petals, flower center, stem and leaves. To get soft romantic flowers, use light pink in combination with yellow – orange for the main flower, and dark green for stem and leaves.
Step 4. Now get directly into shading this flower with colors. Commence by first picking up the darkest areas first so you can easily see the big picture at a glance, then work your way from the center to outer edges of flower petals. This is how to paint a flower the proper and methodical way.
Step 5. Now do the same thing to green leaves and the flower stem. To easily make your flower painting look realistic, all you have to do is observe how dark and light areas are distributed in different parts of the flower. In this scenario, leaves tend to be darker at the base where it is close to petiole.
Step 6. Go back to painting flower petals. At this stage our beautiful flower has already had decent shape and colors, but it needs further definition. To do so, use pink paint (or whatever color you chose) to sketch petal texture, and remember to contour (follow the petal’s shape) to better depict its three dimensional quality.
Step 7. Grab another slightly different color paint – let’s say slightly more reddish tone and keep on sketching the texture of each petal. You can also work a little bit on the center area of flower as well.
Step 8. Grab yet another color – this time more purple in it and keep shading the tip of each petal.

How to Paint a Dahlia lower – Final Touch Ups
Step 9. Do the same for stem – leaves and your painting of a beautiful flower is done! To give it even softer feel and create some interest in your painting, consider covering the background with light turquoise touch.

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