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Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Watercolors? Anyone getting into them for scrapping?

WATERCOLOR ANYONE?
Ok I have been playing with a new trial program and wondering what you folks think? Are you getting into watercolors for your scrapping? I like it and am leaning toward generating a watercolor line of goodies IF there is a market for it, what say you?


Today I am giving this watercolor journal card sample to you so you can give me some feedback please.

The cluster I just gave way earlier from PAINTED EASTER and created by CT Arlene is featured here only I have done it up in watercolor fashion, do you like it? Leave me some comments so I can gauge your thoughts please and thank you!

You can pick up the freebie journal card HERE

THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO DOWNLOAD THIS AND LET ME KNOW YOUR THOUGHTS

9 comments:

  1. I think the water colors are beautiful, especially for the Spring/Easter type themes. I have never used them, but I would if the theme suited it. Thank you for the freebie! I love your Easter kit!

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    1. Thank you Miss Stacey Lynn, I have never used the water colors before either!

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  2. Thank you SO much for this delightful 'easy on the eye' page, I really appreciate your talent and kindness in sharing with us out here in the cyber world.

    Regards
    Helen from England

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    1. Hello and thank you Helen, we love your comments :) and you are welcome for the freebies :)

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  3. Thanks Laurrie, I love the water colors and of course, it looks great with the cluster too! Thanks again for all you share! Hugs, Mat

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    1. You are so welcome Mat, I thought after the fact I could have turned it sideways instead of vertical LOL but I too think the watercolors are pretty neat

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  4. Hello and Thank you Laurrie for this lovely watercolour download. I usually prefer realistic pieces and hadn't considered watercolour before. You have made it look really interesting...

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  5. Gave the watercolor a go and perhaps with the right picture or project I would use it as whimsical comes to mind. It does lead to a plethora of possibilities :)

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  6. I too enjoy the more realistic effect in kits, so maybe a small mini kit done up with some watercolor stuff, a different kit perhaps :) Thank you for the input!

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