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9.22.2015

OCC Giveaway

Hello strangers!

I wanted to let you know that I am teaching a class with Jennifer McGuire and Kristina Werner through Online Card Classes.  We started yesterday, and so far it is amazing and the students are really enjoying the content!   You can join anytime, and you will have lifetime access to the class.


“Join instructors Kristina Werner, Jennifer McGuire, and Jennifer Rzasa—plus special guest artists—on an exploration of new and inspiring ways to watercolor… no matter what medium you have on hand. Whether you’re new to watercolors or have taken our previous Watercolor for Card Makers course, this mini class is a can’t-miss for technique lovers! From traditional paints to markers to pencils and crayons, you’ll learn tips for using each medium with beautiful results. Plus, we’ll inspire you to transform your watercolors into gorgeous cards!”

We are playing around with traditional watercolors (tube and pan), Distress Inks, watercolor pencils, watercolor markers, peerless watercolor, and more! To win a spot, please leave a comment answering the following question:

What is your favorite watercolor medium?  If you have not used any watercolor mediums, which are you most excited to try?

Please leave your comment by tomorrow, September 23rd, by noon (ET)!



40 comments:

  1. I am really enjoying the Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers. Thanks for the chance to win. I took the first class and learned lots! I really enjoyed your salt technique.

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  2. What a cool class! currently, my favorite is pan because I just bought a Kuretake Gansai Tambi set. LOL I'd love to see what you do with them!

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  3. So hard to choose...I really do like the versatility of Distress Inks but right now I'm on a Zig Real Brush Marker kick.

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  4. I am learning a lot of coloring lately... love using my Peerless watercolors!

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  5. I love all watercolor mediums, but really like brushos. Their randomness just makes me smile!

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  6. Pretty please with sugar on top??.. OK seriously I love the zig clean color markers. They are Lenae proof.

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  7. I think I like my Zigs best so far. Although the Brushos are on their way to me.....

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  8. I like my pan watercolours for regular painting, but I also like using watercolour pencils and Distress Markers. I have Twinkling H20s and Brushos too, but haven't tried the Brushos yet. I took the first online watercolour class and loved it, so I'd be thrilled if I won a spot on this second one.

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  9. Favorite so far--mainly because I haven't gotten the Zig pens--inktense pencils....Thanks for the chance to win!

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  10. Tube watercolors are my favorite. I do like to use watercolor pencils too.

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  11. I love the twinkling H2O's and watercolor cakes , thank you for a chance !!

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  12. I really like the peerless sheets. They are so easy and convenient to use! I would really like to play more with some inktense pencils too!

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  13. I love using derweet watercolor pencils mind you I am not good about it and needs lots of practice before I get a single greeting card looking relatively decent. I had purchase a set of Zig Kuretake Gansai Tambi COLOR SET, but I do not dare to use it yet since I feel I do not have a technique for,using watercolor. Hope I could win a spot so I can finally open my Zig Kuretake Gansai Tambi and crate something pretty with them .
    Thanks for the giveaway,and I hope I am the lucky winner, I could defiantly use this class to create awesome Xmas cards with watercolor team this year.

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  14. I'm still not confident with any particular medium, but I do like distress inks for creating backgrounds and I had another go at Inktense pencils and I feel they give a little more control when colouring images.
    Thanks for the chance to win a spot in this class. Loved the first class.

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  15. My fave watercoloring medium is watercoloring using distress inks ..Never get tried with it ..I am most excited to try watercoloring using Gansai tambi watercolors as I have yet to try it :)...Thank you so much for a chance to win ..Really hoping I get lucky this time :)

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  16. My favourite watercolouring medium is Inktense pencils. Love love them, the intensity of the colour, the fact that once a layer dries it is permanent and wont reactivate, in transparancy of it

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  17. I am loving zig clean color markers. I wanna try peerless and brusho :)

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  18. I love using India ink for water coloring as well as pan sets and distress inks. I would love to try the zig watercolors and the peerless however it's just not in my budget.

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  19. I love using India ink for water coloring as well as pan sets and distress inks. I would love to try the zig watercolors and the peerless however it's just not in my budget.

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  20. It's either my inktense pencils or kuretake gansai watercolors. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  21. I'm loving all the watercolor mediums. I've been experimenting with watercolor markers, gelatos, watercolor pans, pencils and crayons, distress inks, water soluble oil pastels and color burst, and more recently with watercolor tubes.
    I love all things watercolor.

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  22. Definitely Zigs and kuretake gansai watercolors. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  23. Thanks for the chance to win a spot!
    My favorite medium is distress inks and watercolours paints.

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  24. I love the Zib brush markers - so easy to use even for a watercolouring novice like me.

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  25. I saw this - I would love this! Basic pan water colors [as that is all I have :)]

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  26. I love distress ink, but I'd like to try peerless and zig pens. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  27. Currently I would have to say that distress inks are my favorite, because I am familiar with them. I would love to try the Gansai Tombai....saving up!

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  28. Currently distress inks are my fav watercolor medium ,earlier it loved to work with watercolor pencils ! Thanks a lot for the Giveaway .

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  29. I'm using the kuretake gansai watercolors now and would love to try the inktense pencils. Thanks for the chance to win, I've taken some of the online classes and they are awesome.

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  30. My favorite media is distress inks and a waterbrush. Love your online classes!

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  31. I love watercolor cakes and Aquash water brushes. I would love to learn more using different mediums. Hoping to win! Thank you!

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  32. I have inktense pencils and would like to learn how to use them correctly.

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  33. I've been taking that class and it's terrific. It's cluing me in on all the watercoloring mediums available and how to use them to there maximum potential.

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  34. I use Distress Inks and want to try the Zig watercolor markers. They make it look so easy.

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  35. Hi Jennifer! I LOVE water color in several different mediums, starting with Marvy markers, SU reinkers, Crayola Washable markers and artist water colors. Each has its own charm. My favorite is probably the SU reinkers. Thanks, Paulette S.
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    http://paulettesprettypapercrafts dot wordpress dot com
    since google keeps my merged with the outdated blogger profile for a blog that no longer exists and has a closed email account, they won't delete or correct it, nor allow me to do so either...

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  37. I have both Peerless water colors and Twinkling H2Os and really like them both. Would love to win a spot to better learn how to use them. Thank you for the opportunity to win one.

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