It’s been a week since I posted about the Watercolor Stationery Workshop. I’m quite thrilled to get really good feedback. Since, it’s my first batch, I just offered limited slots so I can manage everyone. And so far, half of it is already filled. Weee! It’s making me really excited and nervous at the same time.
If you haven’t signed up yet, you can register here.
Anyway, I’m gonna show you more projects I did before. Done with watercolor then turned into stationery.
These were back in the days when I used to design wedding suite. From watercolor to digital layout. Unfortunately, I don’t have actual photos of these projects. But you’ll see the idea of it.
Wedding suite for Chino and Mae. From invitation to the entire wedding stationery such as gift tags, table number, wine label, etc.
Art print for Plains and Prints x Vania Romoff launch at Chimes. You’ll see more photos as you click the link.
Here’s Artisan Paperie’s birthday card. Watercolor elements with gold foil for the title. I also used the same elements for gift tag.
As you see, with few elements, it can create different output.
During the workshop, I’ll be teaching basic watercolor, brush strokes and we will be making florals and foliage. Then we digitize these elements; learn few tools in Photoshop and print our own stationery such as greeting card, letterset, gift tag and art print.
I also share a sneak peak of the materials and what we will be making on Instagram @iam_artisan. If this is something you’ve been wanting to learn, then come join me on May 26, and let’s turn those watercolor painting of yours into paper goods. Just simply register here.