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Myra Caballero

These are just beautiful! I love that you use a limited color palette to compliment the intricate patterns.


awesome!! i truely luv ur blogs
wat type of paper did u use in these?

Natasha Newton

Thanks Myra! :)

Kishori, thank you! I use many different types of heavyweight textured watercolour paper - some I buy here in France and others I order online. All are acid free. There are so many different varieties; it's good to experiment with a few to find your personal favourites!


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