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Valentines watercolor

Express your love and creativity with stunning watercolor art for Valentine's Day. Explore top ideas to create heartfelt and unique gifts for your loved ones.
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Candy Hearts Watercolor Art Print - Colorful Necco Sweethearts Wall Art - Valentines Art - Conversation Hearts Watercolor Art Print, 8x10 This is a print of my original watercolor painting of the classic Valentine's Day candy, candy hearts! This print measures 8x10, unmatted and unframed with a small white border. Total paper size is 8.5x11- this can be trimmed- see options at checkout. It is printed on premium semi-glass photo paper with high quality inks. This is a limited edition print…

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I was a die hard 4-H kid, who raised and showed rabbits (my claim to fame was that I was the reserve grand champion rabbit showman for El Paso County when I was 10). My first three rabbits were Sparky, Hooper, and Poppy. This is a sweet little painting representing those dear bunny souls with love. * * * * * THE DETAILS Set of five prints of my original watercolor painting. The card size is 4" X 5.5". Printed on heavyweight, 140lb cold pressed, premium acid-free paper. Card includes five…

Briana Williams
Spectrum Ink: Free Form Watercoloring Watercolor Flower Art, Watercolor And Ink, Tattoo Watercolor, Watercolor Trees, Watercolor Animals, Watercolor Background, Watercolor Landscape, Abstract Watercolor, Watercolor Illustration

I'm calling today's technique free form watercoloring for lack of a better term. I see people who do gorgeous realistic watercoloring and I really admire them. But that just isn't me. If I want to create in a realistic or controlled manner I'll use markers and pencils. When I want to be loose and "wild" I turn to water colors (or at least a water based medium). The sketchy nature of this stamp set called for a very free form style of coloring. I used my ZIG Kuretake Clean Color Brush Pens…

Laura Bates