Watercoloring an Herb Garden with Deb & Vicki

Deb & Vicki

Watercoloring an Herb Garden with Deb & Vicki

Hidy Ho Teaspoon Fans,

We got this new stamp set in the shoppe yesterday and I couldn’t wait to tear into it and color.  It’s watercoloring an herb garden.  Quick and easy – don’t you love cards that are quick and easy?

Watercoloring an herb garden with a shiplap background.

Herb Garden

Watercoloring an herb garden with a shiplap background.

Woodgrain Frame

Shiplap Background

Watercoloring an herb garden with a shiplap background.

The sentiment is part of the Herb Garden set.

Cross Stitch Nesting Ovals

I colored this card with our Nuvo Watercolour Pencils.  They are highly pigmented watercolors – AAAAAAAAAMAZING.  You can pick from 5 different pans (or just get all of them because as crafters, we always need it all :0) – 

Dark Shadows watercolor pencils. Watercoloring an herb garden with a shiplap background.

Dark Shadows Watercolour Pencils

Brilliantly Vibrant watercolor pencils.

Brilliantly Vibrant Watercolour Pencils

Elementary Midtones watercolor pencils.

Elementary Midtones Watercolour Pencils

Pastel Highlights watercolor pencils.

Pastel Highlights Watercolour Pencils

Hair & Skintones watercolor pencils.

Hair and Skin Tones Watercolour Pencils

These pencils are so colorful.  Remember, you can purchase just one set or get the entire collection.  Each one is very specific.  I love all of them.  Did you know that you can get even MORE vibrant color by taking the color directly from the pencil to your brush.  You are picking up STRONG DIRECT color!

This whimsical Springtime Bunny is hanging around.

This card was also colored with our watercolor pencils.  Click here to see the instructions.

Watercoloring is so easy and so relaxing.  Have you ever given it a try?  We are all staying socially distant so make friends with those watercolor pencils!  :0)  They are your friend!  

Thank you for taking a little time out of your busy day to spend it with Vicki and I.  We both appreciate you and your lovely comments.  We are always here to help!


~With a dollop and dash of fun and sass…


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2 Comments

  1. Kay Bishop
    Kay BishopReply
    March 26, 2020 at 9:59 pm

    Would you consider doing a video using the water color pans? I would like to see you paint something and give tips on using the watercolors. I don’t know much about water coloring but would like to learn.
    Thank you.

    • Deb & Vicki
      Deb & VickiReply
      March 27, 2020 at 12:00 pm

      Thank you Kay, I would love to do that. Thank you for your suggestion.

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