Hi everyone!  Hope you had a great weekend!  Mine was busy busy — cleaning the house, doing some stamping for the Hero Arts Blog + making a new video!  It’s my week on the Hero Blog, and I have a bunch o’ things planned — answering q’s that people ask me on my blog here + elsewhere.

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Today I have a watercolor pencil video — I must say, it took longer to setup and than it did to do the actual watercoloring — ha!  For the Mac users out there — this was my first time using iMovie 09 — what an adventure. I must say that it is tons better than iMovie 08, yay! Here it is

 

You can see the rest of the post here, including this card that I made a few weeks ago

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There’s a giveaway on the Hero Arts Blog too — leave a comment over there to enter!

And! I just wanted to take a minute to say THANKS to all of YOU, my blog friends! You make doing the blog so fun and I love getting to know you. BIG HUGS!

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13 thoughts on “Watercolor pencil video + a giveaway!”

  1. Very cute cards!

    I’ve heard Apple seems to add and remove features from iMovie between versions.  It must be very frustrating.

  2. Thank you so much for the tutorial on using watercolor pencils – I can’t wait to try it out. Just discovered your blog and am going to have a great time looking through it. Thanks again.

  3. Wow, Lisa!! That was a GREAT video! Thanks so much for all the info.  Your cards are something else too! Can’t wait for tomorrow! :)

  4. Oh Lisa – I just LOVE the little Japanese girl! My daughter spent a full year in Asia, and the card made me smile and think of her!  Your work is amazing!  Thanks for stopping by my blog!  Have a great week.

  5. Lisa, I really liked your video and found it
    helpful.  I use watercolor pencils but your
    technique had much better results when I
    tried it.  I have a question about the screened
    background (which I also love).  If you want to
    use it for a bigger surface than the stamp size, do
    you have any tips for avoiding the seam of
    the repeated image?  Thanks in advance for your
    reply.

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