I did it a little differently from how we did it in the workshop - my way - and added more watercolour strokes and splatter (including white gouache). I still used coloured pencils and my Neocolor II crayons.
I've also now got some mounts, which really help to frame it.
In my other bluebell post I included the first verse of "The Bluebell" by Emily Bronte.
Now, here is part of the first verse of a poem by Anne Bronte, also entitled The Bluebell.
There is a silent eloquence
In every wild bluebell
That fills my softened heart with bliss
That words could never tell.