Posts Tagged ‘watercolor’

Make a Mini Watercolor Paint Box

Make a Mini Watercolor Paint Box

Learn how to make a tiny palette box for your watercolor paints. These boxes easily slip in your purse or tuck in a pocket so that you can paint everywhere and anywhere. Perfect for traveling or sketching on the go. This little bitty palette makes a great gift for the creative person on your list […]

New Mini Watercolor Palette

New Mini Watercolor Palette

Last¬† week as I was cleaning my studio, I ran across two small eyeshadow compacts that I’d intended to turn into watercolor palettes. I have a tiny palette made from an Altoids tin, which I use often, and somehow forgot about these other palettes.¬† Click the link to see that story. The one on the […]

Fun Little Doodles

Fun Little Doodles

So, I’ve been having fun playing with my little mini watercolor palette. Here are some colorful little doodles that I’ve been doing. They are ACEO size (2.5 x 3.5 inches) on watercolor paper. I doodle the black lines first with a Pitt brush pen – the pen is very versatile and the ink is waterproof. […]


Mini Watercolor Paint Palette

Mini Watercolor Paint Palette

I’ve never been one to paint outdoors or in public, even though I admire those types of paintings. I’ve wanted to paint outdoors, in public, but have never worked up the courage. But I’ve been taking classes in journaling, and following blog posts about sketching in public, and I’m gathering up the nerve to do […]


 
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