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June 15, 2007


Debbie M

Thanks for the great tutorial. I'm always nervous about watercoloring because mine comes out so watery!! No pun intended. I now see that perhaps I would do better with a brush until I get the hang of it and then can try the aqua painter.

Happy Anniversary to you and your Davy!!! My Dave & I will celebrate 24 years on the 24th of June.


Gina K

Absolutely gorgeous! Hope you had a great anniversary!

Jennifer Headlee

Thank you so much for this information! I have dabbled a little in watercoloring and just do not like the results. I will definitely be trying your technique of placing the color around the outer edges and working my way in. I check out your blog on occasion and really enjoy your work. Thanks so much for sharing it with the world!



Thanks for the tutorial! I need to be brave and try it someday!

Becky Elfert

Great tutorial! Thank you so much. Your work is absolutely stunning. Happy Anniversary, may you have many, many more years of happiness.

Sarah Darrigan

Happy Anniversary! What a great tutorial, I now really have to go and try it.

Mary C. Anderson

I put my watercolor crayons away becuase I was not getting the look that I thoughtI should. Now I see why. I was doing it wrong. :) Thank you, Erika for this wonderful tutorial.As always your tutorials are very easy to follow. My 10th anniversay is this October and I would love to use this very same stamp to make Wayne's card. Thanks to your tutorial and your inspiration I just may use it.


Lotta Borg

Thank you for a very nice tutorial. Now I think that even I can trie to use my watercolor pencils.
And what a beautiful card you made - I´m impressed.


Lisa C.

this tutorial is fantastic, I am so thrilled you posted this, I needed this to show me *how* to use my crayons. Thanks!


This is a beautiful card! Thanks for the tutorial. I never even thought to watercolor this way. I love how easy you make it look. I'm going to have to try this!

Mary Davidson

Thank you so much, Erika, for this fabulous tutorial! I've used my WCC with the aquapainter, but like someone mentioned...too wet. I'm going to try this with a smaller WC brush. I love your work.

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