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Category Archives: Watercolor Pencils
Our second card at Saturday’s Host Appreciation Event was a coloring project, using both ink refills with Aqua Painters and Watercolor Pencils. I love them both! See that embossing on the black panel? That’s a new folder that is so … Continue reading
Saturday’s Host Appreciation Event was so fun. Oh, except that the day started like this: If I’m worth my salt as a WebMD self-diagnosing expert, that’s a broken toe, suffered as I was preparing to pack up the car. It … Continue reading
Last week was my last Watercolor Pencils 101 class of the spring. I’ve had a lot of fun working with this new product, and I hope to see an expanded color palette in the new annual catalog. On the other hand, … Continue reading
To be honest, I had never heard of the concept of a golden birthday until I got married and had (adult) stepchildren. Regrettably, I had been denied the opportunity for some fab 14K gifts several years earlier because this idea … Continue reading
For my cousin-in-law, friend, and downline on the occasion of her total knee replacement: I hope it doesn’t seem grim, with all that gray. I love the Stampin’ Up! Basic Gray for all kinds of projects. And the bird, well, … Continue reading
Even though I am deep into preparation for this weekend’s Inkspiration Saturday (and actually, nearly finished!), I want to look ahead to two March classes. Each of these will allow you take advantage of Sale-A-Bration. For more information and to … Continue reading
Hooray, hooray! The Watercolor Pencils for this class are being shipped as I write this post! So here’s a reminder of this upcoming session (a repeat of January’s WP101 class): Stampin’ Up!’s Watercolor Pencils are an easy way to add color and … Continue reading
One of my small (ahem) collections is patterned glass, sometimes called pressed glass. There’s something about footed pieces like spooners and goblets that appeals to me. I never spend more than a couple of dollars for a piece, and I … Continue reading
Last weekend was my first Watercolor Pencils 101 class. It was a perfect morning of stamping with friends: lots of laughter and chatter interrupted by moments of silent concentration as they worked to perfect their techniques. This card was not … Continue reading