Here’s a painting on yupo paper from a Valentine’s bouquet my husband bought me.
One thing I should point out you should watch with yupo is that oil from fingerprints on the paper act like a resist meaning the paint doesn’t stay there. Sometimes it fits into your design; sometimes it doesn’t.
You can see the spots along the bottom which is the vase but I don’t mind it that much. One place where it does work well is next to the pink purple daisy. The thin straight line acts like a vein in the leaf; it’s also an oil spot. These spots can be removed by wiping rubbing alcohol over the paper even now. Remember anything can be lifted off of this paper at anytime.