Watercolour class bundle, live on zoom every Saturday at 11am from 6th Nov to Sat 1st April (set of 19)


Learn to paint all sorts of flowers and foliage with Tipperleyhill.

Take an hour for yourself once a week and improve your painting practice. In these 19 classes, Abi will break down painting into easy, simple step-by-step watercolour techniques.

This set of 19 classes are hosted live on zoom every Saturday at 11am from 6th Nov to Saturday April 1st.

Don’t worry if you can’t make one, as later that same day the recording will be sent to you, to do whenever you like and pause as you go (or do it again!)

Each class lasts about 60 minutes.

When you book your set of classes, you will be emailed a list of the materials you need for the class and links as to where to get them.

 The classes are:


Watercolour roses 3 ways and eucalyptus

• Saturday 6th November - Watery tea roses

• Saturday 13th November - Traditional shaded rose

• Saturday 20th November - Splashy open rose

• Saturday 27th November - Eucalyptus adding texture with salt


Festive flowers

• Saturday 4th December - Cyclamen

• Saturday 11th December - Feather and foliage swag

• Saturday 18th December - Mistletoe and ivy


Late winter flowers

• Saturday 8th January - snowdrops

• Saturday 15th January - hellebore

• Saturday 22nd January - hyacinth


Early Spring flowers

• Saturday 5th February - thistle

• Saturday 12th February - wax flower

• Saturday 19th February - Japanese anemone

• Saturday 26th February - striking vase composition


Spring flowers

• Saturday 5th March - narcissus

• Saturday 12th March - fritillary flower

• Saturday 19th March - miniature tulips

• Saturday 26th March - March iris

• Saturday 1st April - vintage tea cup composition


 *Materials are not provided*

We recommend you invest in 2 good quality brushes, watercolour paper and some watercolour paints:

1 x size 12 round brush

1 x size 4 round brush

1 x pan of watercolours (or tubes of watercolours)

1 x A3 pad of watercolour paper

Scrap paper or copy paper to test the colours


A pencil

A rubber

A pair of scissors

Kitchen roll or loo roll

A jar or mug of water

A hair dryer

when you book your classes, you will be sent links for suggested materials, or you can use your own watercolour materials if you have them already.