Plein Air Postcard #5: Sandy Point

The decrepit piers in the water were a challenge to paint so feel free to leave them out if you wish, otherwise it is a lovely coastal maine scent. Have fun and happy painting!

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I am using the set of 24 koi watercolor box. The paper is one of the watercolor blocks I made the other day:) Happy crafting!

12 thoughts on “Plein Air Postcard #5: Sandy Point

  1. Tell me about the brush you are using, pls. I don’t see a water bucket nor do you rinse pout your brush between colors. I love your tutorials!!

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  2. Lindsey I love these small nature watercolor paintings! But I was binge-watching your haul videos and I was wondering if you could do a post about what stamps/stencils first time stampers or people who wanna make cards should invest in? I fall into the trap of buying cute stamps but they dont end up being versatile. Maybe a video on must haves or intro to card making essentials?

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  3. Lindsay I love these small nature watercolor paintings! But I was binge-watching your haul videos and I was wondering if you could do a post about what stamps/stencils first time stampers or people who wanna make cards should invest in? I fall into the trap of buying cute stamps but they dont end up being versatile. Maybe a video on must haves or intro to card making essentials?

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  4. Hi Lindsay, Really enjoy these videos ,and I am learning a lot .I have a lot of fun painting these. I’m really new at painting and you give me the confidence to try more. Thank you!

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  5. I really enjoy this!! You can continue Plein Air postcard series… I love it!! Always learn so much from you!! Thanks 😊

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