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Pixie Paint – What is it?

On March 25, 2016, Posted by , In Watercolor Projects, With No Comments

Here’s three techniques to try with the Pixie Paints. I love them all! Each one was done with the Harbor color, so you can see how it results in really different effects. The above card, in blue, was painted with Pixie Paint applied dry. Using the paint on dry surfaces…

Simple Watercolor Florals

On March 14, 2016, Posted by , In Watercolor Projects, With No Comments

These flowers may look complicated to paint, but trust me, you can do it! What you’ll need: Painting Surface. I’m using the “Be YOU tiful” block from the Cosmo Cricket: Just Add Watercolor line. Water brush Pixie Paint powder pigment in Harbor Yellow watercolor. I like tube watercolor for this technique, but…

Brush Lettering: Chameleon Effects

On March 7, 2016, Posted by , In Brush Lettering,Watercolor Projects, With No Comments

Use a water brush and Pixie Paint to create color changes that happen right while your painting. It’s like magic! Maybe you’re asking, Julie, what is Pixie Paint. Well, it’s powdered watercolor pigment. Each color has multiple hues of pigment in the bottle, so when you sprinkle it on a…