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I have a long history with watercolor confections, starting with my first teacher and mentor, who also happens to be my husband, Brian. He taught me the basics of watercolor painting, and over the years I have continued to develop my skills. Brian was the one who taught me the basic techniques, but I also learned a lot from my friends who are also watercolor artists.

One of the great things about watercolor confections is they are so versatile. You can use them for almost any kind of greeting – birth, baptism, anniversary, wedding, and so on. You can make them as simple or as ornate as you want, depending on the occasion. My very first confections were very simple, and they still work today.

I’ve actually been making a lot of watercolor confections because I also want to try to keep my work up to date.

Watercolor is a medium that is so versatile, there is an endless number of ways to make it work for you. With watercolor, you can use a mixture of watercolor and pastel techniques, or you can take traditional painting techniques and apply them to watercolor. Once you get the hang of it, you can create incredibly intricate effects with watercolor while still keeping things simple and still making it look very “modern.

I have had several people ask me what my favorite watercolor medium is, and I have a hard time answering that question because there are so many beautiful ways to mix and use it. When I want to do something really complex and intricate, I lean towards watercolor over acrylic, because it can be used in a variety of ways. You can use it just to blend colors and create interesting value shifts, or you can add water to it and make it really opaque to create a beautiful painting.

I love watercolor. I use it for everything from the small, everyday paintings to the large, detailed illustrations for my work. It’s my go-to medium for painting people, animals and landscapes, because of its ability to create a wide variety of effects. It can be as soft and delicate as watercolor pencils, or as opaque and intense as gouache.

It’s called Watercolor and you can learn to paint it like a professional by following the tutorials on my website and the ones on the website of my friend and professional illustrator, David G. Hartwell.

This is a great place to start, because the artists here are very enthusiastic and knowledgeable about watercolor. They really are experts in their field, and can answer all your questions.

As for color, I love it. It’s so soft and forgiving, it’s just perfect for watercolor. In fact, it seems like you can use any color you want. I don’t know why, but my pallette changes depending on what kind of mood I’m in that day. Most of the time I paint flowers and leaves in shades of red.

That’s something of an understatement. What I mean is, you can use any hue you want, no matter what time of day or place you are in. That’s really what makes it so wonderful.

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