|Peerless Watercolors by Nicholson|
The "Jane Davenport" Artist Edition contains 60 (2x2) Peerless Watercolor sheets.
|"Jane Davenport" Peerless Watercolors|
The "Pretty In Pink" edition contains 6 (6x6) Peerless Watercolor sheets.
|"Pretty In Pink" Peerless Watercolors|
I was looking for a creative way to organize my new watercolors for "in studio" & "on-the-go" art journal play. I absolutely LOVED Julie Ebersole's DIY Portable Palette Tutorial on YouTube. She even provided a 'downloadable' Portable Peerless Watercolor Grid on the Ellen Hutson website for convenience. I simply "tweaked" a couple of Julie's super easy steps in the DIY process for my watercolor storage solution.
Here is how I created my DIY Moleskine Peerless Watercolor Palette:
|Used a Recollections Punch to Cut|
1 inch Color Samples
in the Peerless Watercolor Sheets
|Randomly Arranged the 1x1 |
on Julie's Downloadable
Peerless Portable Palette
from the Ellen Hutson Website
|Grabbed My Pentel |
from My Art Tool Cart
|Swatched Each Color with|
the Aqua Brush
|Grabbed this Vintage, Navy|
2 1/2x4 Moleskine
Journal from My Stash.
It fits inside my Hand!!!
|1. Grouped the Watercolor Samples into |
(Reds, Oranges, etc). 2.Adhered the
1x1 Peerless Watercolor Sample to
a Page in my Moleskine Journal with Uhu Glue
(One Sample Per Page). 2. Swatched
the Color with my Aqua Brush.
|Flip Inside My Moleskine |
Peerless Watercolor Palette!
|Repeated the Above Process for|
All of the Color Samples.
Added a Vera Bradley Binder Clip.
My DIY Moleskine
Palette is Complete!
I absolutely LOVE the size & portability of this DIY Moleskine Peerless Watercolor Palette. There is also plenty of room to write notes and indicate my favorite colors on each of the journal pages. The best part of all is that the pages will 'wrinkle' and get all 'inky' over time the more I use it. OH YEAH! :D
Thanks for stopping by!
Blessings to you,