Paint Beautiful Watercolor Flower Compositions
without wasting your time and art supplies
If you’ve always been a creative, and you’re ready to learn how to paint watercolor flowers, or you’ve been painting flowers for awhile and you’re ready to take your skills to the next level, then you already know that it takes a lot of time and practice to get the results you’re after.
You know that learning how to paint flowers in a balanced, beautiful way will help build your confidence as an artist, save you time once you know how to paint, and you’ll be able to bless the lives of others with your beautiful paintings.
Here are just some of the benefits that come once you put in the work and practice to paint watercolor flower compositions:
Even if you’re happy with how you’ve been placing flowers, once you have go-to formulas to help you, the guesswork will be taken out and you’ll be able to relax while you paint and easily figure out where to place flowers after just a little bit of practice, instead of having to figure it all out on your own.
You’ll easily be able to figure out how to get the colors you want and get really natural-looking colors for your paintings instead of feeling limited to the colors on your palette.
You’ll no longer have to search and guess which flowers will look good together. You’ll be able to get out of the habit of painting the same flowers over and over.
You’ve probably already purchased watercolor supplies (yay!) and made the commitments to learn how to paint flowers.
You’ve looked up tutorials on YouTube, searched Pinterest, and purchased a how-to book.
If you’re really committed, maybe you even purchased an online course or attended an in-person workshop.
But even with the best intentions, most would-be watercolor artists end up giving up their dream of being able to paint flowers effortlessly to bless their lives and others.
Here’s why most creatives might give up:
Without a clear, step-by-step guide, most creatives feel completely lost.
They want to enjoy the process, but instead feel confused and frustrated that they’re not getting the same results they’re seeing on social media.
Go from feeling confused to feeling confident:
The moment you decide that you’re ‘bad’ at painting flowers, or you feel like your painting is ugly, is the moment you start to give up.
You need that quick win to give you hope that you will get better and that progress is being made.
If you can avoid the frustration and see a clear difference in the way you paint by having a guide to follow, it will give you the confidence to keep going, and keep getting better and better until you’ve almost forgotten what it was like to feel like confused in the first place.
3 Myths That Are Killing Your Progress:
I only know how to paint a few flowers.
You may think that you need to know how to paint a full garden of flowers before you can start painting loose watercolor flower paintings. Here’s a secret that most people don’t know. You really only need to know how to paint one or two flowers and leaves to start painting and putting together beautiful watercolor flower compositions.
I don’t know where to place flowers to begin with.
You may not know how flowers will look good together in a composition, and that can be incredibly frustrating. The truth is, you don’t need to know where everything will go. There are go-to formulas that have the guesswork taken out for you so that you can just paint freely.
I’m worried my flowers won’t look perfect.
The fear of not getting perfect results will keep you from painting every single time. Painting flowers doesn’t have to be complicated. Part of what makes painting fun is the process of painting in itself. If you can learn to let go of perfection and enjoy painting just for the process, you’ll open up a world of possibilities. It helps if you have go-to formulas that take the guesswork out of painting so that you can enjoy the process.
The key to painting beautiful watercolor flower compositions can be easy, and it’s something I’d LOVE to show you how to do.
The Beginner’s Guide To Watercolor Flower Composition
I’ve taken everything that has worked for me from painting hundreds of loose watercolor flower compositions and put it into a comprehensive, step-by-step program that teaches you exactly what to do so that you can do the same.
The Beginner’s Guide To Watercolor Flower Composition
is the first course of its kind that…
Gives you go-to composition formulas
You’ll learn 7 go-to composition formulas that are already laid out for you so that you can start painting loose watercolor flower compositions - today!
Color In The Composition
You’ll learn how to mix colors, and specifically how to mix colors that work well with painting watercolor flowers. Color is one of the foundations of a well-balanced composition. If you don’t have the colors right, you’ll never have a nice looking painting, even if your flowers look amazing.
Learn how to set up your palette with the exact colors and brands to use.
Learn the exact formulas you need to create hard-to-mix popular flower colors (like blush, soft olive green, and peach).
Learn the colors that will mix well together (and the ones that won’t!)
Learn how to mix the colors you already have on hand with the Color Chart Template
Composition - A Science
You’ll learn the science of what makes a successful composition. If you can figure out what makes your compositions work, you’ll paint flawless compositions every time you sit down to paint.
Learn the 8 Principles of Loose Watercolor Flower Compositions.
Learn the 3 rules of what makes a successful composition.
Composition - An Art
This is where we’ll get into the fun stuff, putting together your watercolor flower compositions! We’ll dive into the go-to compositions, which will help you get started and see results instantly.
Learn the 7 go-to compositions to get you started. I’ll show you exactly where to place your focal flowers, filler flowers, and greenery so you know exactly what to paint without the confusion.
Learn 5 alternate ways plan your composition instead of sketching it out each time.
Learn tips to help you build your compositions, like how to overlap your flowers.
Bonus: Fresh Floral Compositions E-Book
With the Fresh Floral Compositions E-Book, you’ll be able to take what you’ve learned in the course and use the go-to composition formulas in a practical way, without having to look at another artist’s work. You’ll be able to let your personal painting style emerge, while still having something to look at to help guide you!
The Beginner’s Guide to Watercolor Flower Composition is the only step-by-step course of its kind for creatives who are excited and committed to learning how to paint flowers. You’ll be painting watercolor flowers like a pro in no time.
The community is full of like-minded artists who are learning together and willing to offer helpful feedback and tips for what is working for them.
If you don’t feel fully confident and motivated within 30 days of purchasing, simply reach out, show us that you tried it out, and we’ll refund you.
Here’s what you’re getting when you enroll today:
The Beginner’s Guide To Watercolor Flower Composition -$249 Value
Private Facebook Community - $97 Value
Fresh Floral Compositions E-Book -$97 Value
Total Value: $443
When you add it all up, that’s a total value of $443
But when you enroll today, you’ll get access to everything for just:
Payment Option 1
3 Monthly Payments of $45
Payment Option 2
Full Payment of $127
Questions you may be asking before enrolling in The Beginner’s Guide to Watercolor Flower Composition:
Do I need to watch your YouTube videos first before I join the course?
This stand-alone course was built for creatives who are ready to learn how to paint watercolor flower compositions. Whether you’ve watched the Snowberry Design Co YouTube tutorials or not, this course will give you the knowledge you need to succeed; whether you’re stuck mixing colors, or knowing where to place flowers in your compositions.
What If I don’t have the right art supplies already?
In the course, I give you a detailed checklist of what I use and recommend for getting started. If you already have supplies, I will tell you a description of the colors you need (ex: warm red-orange) so that you can use what you have. There’s no need to go out and spend a lot of money on brand new supplies if you’re not ready to do that!
I have never painted a flower in my life. Will this course work for me?
This course is geared for someone who has a little bit of experience painting flowers. If you know how to paint one simple flower, and one simple leaf, you can start there. If that sounds intimidating to you, start with The Loose Watercolor Flower Academy, my course that teaches you how to paint each individual flower, before jumping into this course.
I wouldn’t call myself a beginner, is this course still a good fit for me?
Absolutely! We called this course The Beginner’s Guide, because it’s geared toward the artist who is just starting out, but you will find helpful nuggets no matter where you are in your watercolor flower journey!
I’ve taken another course and it didn’t really help me. How is this course any different?
I always say you’ll get out of any course what you put in. If you’re willing to let go of your expectations and put in the time to practice, this course will absolutely be successful for you! You’ll also have me personally cheering you on and helping you out every step of the way!
I am on the fence about buying because I don’t feel quite ready. What should I do?
You’re never going to feel 100% ready. Have faith in yourself and take the leap! (Plus, the course doors will be closing soon, and won’t open again for several months - so get in while you can!)
When does the course expire?
It doesn’t! That’s right! You’ll have lifetime access to the course the moment you purchase. Because you have lifetime access, you can move at your own pace and learn on your own terms.
BEFORE & AFTER
The small painting on the left is what I painted when I first started out. It felt a little off to me, and I wasn’t sure why. Now, I know why it looked a little off (ex: overlapping was crowded - not leaving enough defining white space) and I’ll show you how to paint compositions that work every time, and WHY they work. No more wondering what will make your composition look good!
The Beginner’s Guide to Watercolor Flower Composition is PERFECT for you if…
You’re just getting started putting your flowers together and you want to get it right the first time,
and you want to make sure you get it right using easy-to-follow templates and guides that have already been figured out for you.
You’ve been painting flowers for awhile and you’re struggling to figure out how to put them together on your own.
You haven’t quite figured out how to make your flowers look balanced and cohesive in a beautiful finished painting. Everything looks a little… off.
You’re tired of seeing your expensive art supplies go to waste.
You’re afraid to keep trying to paint because you’ve wasted your beautiful (expensive!) art supplies, but you’re ready to know exactly what to do so that you don’t feel like you’re wasting any more.
You’ve seen what’s possible with watercolor flowers and you’re excited to start painting flowers like that.
You’re ready to paint flowers like a pro and feel confident every time you sit down to paint.
You have no problem sitting down for a few minutes to paint at least once a week.
In fact, you look forward to the time you get to break out your pretty art supplies and blank white paper to practice.
You’re excited to try out the go-to formulas
You’re really excited that it’s been figured out for you, and you’re excited to use the Fresh Floral Compositions to help you paint watercolor flower compositions without looking at another artist’s style of painting so that your style can emerge!