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The Daisy flower symbolises new beginnings, purity, innocence, love and rebirth. They are often given to new mothers as a symbol of childbirth and motherhood. At Easter, the Daisy is used to represent the innocence of the Christ child. This pretty little flower is the subject of a watercolour greetings card. Now get your watercolours ready and paint alongside Anita in this video tutorial!
A great place to start is our Inspiration for All page where you’ll find a host of free videos waiting for you – they’re a fantastic taster of the tutorials you’ll be able to watch part of your SAA membership.WATCH NOW