I’m still loving this watercolor kick I’m on and lately I’ve been spending a lot of time attempting new techniques, color combinations and brush marks. I’ve found that the best way for me to play and learn with this medium is to keep things small. The large empty page is simply too overwhelming. I’ve found that if I work small, it’s easy to get started, and when mistakes are made, I just turn the little card over and try again. Because I’m a fan of Project Life, I thought it best to go with a 3×4 sized card. If I love what I make, then it may find a place in my PL album. If I don’t love it, then there’s very little guilt when tossing it in the bin. It’s also the perfect size if you purchase paper in a 9×12 format. One page makes 9 little cards, two sided. Plenty of paper to keep you playing with paints all night long.
Not Pictured: A stack of about 30 more cards, which didn’t make the cut for blog pics. I’m a bit obsessed