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  1. Jude
    Sep 13 - 7:31 pm

    Beautiful – personally I find it completely addictive!

  2. Mrs. O
    Sep 13 - 9:08 pm

    Wow, looks cool! Will be adding this to our homeschool art class this year! Thanks for sharing.

  3. maggy, red ted art
    Sep 14 - 3:20 pm

    Just beautiful, what is there to say! :-)

    Thank you for sharing on Kids Get Crafty!

    Maggy

  4. That is an incredible idea! I love this technique and we are definitely putting it on our to do list. Thanks so much for your brilliance as always!

  5. Brooke @let kids create
    Sep 14 - 7:52 pm

    I love watching the colors run, really beautiful!

  6. Mia
    Sep 14 - 8:24 pm

    Very nice! What brand of watercolour paints do you use? The colours look very vibrant.

    • Cathy @ NurtureStore
      Sep 14 - 8:36 pm

      Mia – they are just a supermarket own brand set (from Sainsbury’s) but you’re right they do have a really good range of colours.

  7. Kat
    Sep 15 - 5:34 am

    Great fun ~ do you use heavy watercolor paper?

    • Cathy @ NurtureStore
      Sep 15 - 11:13 am

      Hi Kat, no we didn’t – just some computer printer-type paper that we always have available for the kids to use for their projects.

  8. Rashmie @MommyLabs
    Sep 16 - 5:14 am

    The result and as as the process is so beautiful. And so much fun to watch…We will try this soon. :)

  9. SnoopyGirl
    Sep 16 - 2:03 pm

    Very pretty.

  10. April
    Sep 16 - 9:28 pm

    I love water color painting, such a wonderful thing to do. I just got a wonderful new set, can’t wait to paint!

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  12. Katie E.
    Sep 18 - 12:48 pm

    Very cool – I need to try more crafty things with my girls.

  13. Pumpkinbear
    Sep 18 - 9:40 pm

    So fun! We’re huge fans, though, of professional-quality artist’s watercolor paper. Printer paper works, of course, but watercolor paper is really a wholly different experience.

  14. Stephanie
    Sep 19 - 5:59 am

    I’m going to have to try that with my kids. Thanks for sharing!!

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  16. Ticia
    Sep 19 - 2:57 pm

    And they turned out so pretty. What a great idea.

  17. creativejewishmom/sara
    Sep 19 - 10:46 pm

    gorgeous results and sounds like a great painting project! thanks so much for sharing on Craft Schooling sunday!

  18. Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas
    Sep 24 - 7:15 pm

    This is a MUST DO for me. How fun to see the colors seeping and swirling like that. My girls would love it.

    Thanks for sharing your fun with us on the Sunday Showcase. We hope to see you link up what you’ve been up to this week.

    Bernhttp://momto2poshlildivas.blogspot.com/search/label/Sunday%20Showcase

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