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March 15, 2014

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stamping sue

I really like seeing what Julie did with all the watercolor products. think it's time for me to play, too.
stamping sue
http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

barbara lassiter

I have this little bird stamp and it is my favorite stamp. Thanks for showing lots of tips for water coloring images and backgrounds! I love the look of water color and use it in my card making often, so all the techniques I can see on great videos like yours are so helpful. You make it look and sound like great fun as well! :)

Donna Hitz

Super cute little birdie! For that POP of color you have to try the INKTENSE watercolor pencils by Derwent! I took them along with my water brush when traveling and had lots of fun! Must try those gelato's one day.

MaggieS

Wow, thanks Julie for all the comprehensive info on using watercolor on projects. Love how informative you always are and love Ellen Hutson's classroom for disseminating info on trends and techniques to all us crafters. Keep up the good work. BTW, I loved you on the Iron Craft, Season 2, ep. 1. Chaitali is right, you have a very distinctive laugh and it makes me happy just hearing it on your videos.

Barb

Awesome article, Julie! Thank you so much for the tons of info and tips on watercoloring!

Eveline van Heijst

Thank you for sharing these great watercolor video's. I learned a lot. And I love the results.
Eveline.

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