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Old 05-30-2019, 08:23 AM
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Watercolor Bookmarks

I made a bunch of two sided, laminated painting for my kids to use as bookmarks. Each one got their own theme. I never painted any thing so small before, it was a lot harder and time consuming than I thought.


Approx. 5x7" C&C welcome Thanks for looking, Brad


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Old 05-30-2019, 10:20 AM
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These are so nice. I’m sure your kids love them. At least one of them must be a boy lots of boy themes going on. The first one reminds me of the toy soldiers my brother handpaints. I like the dogs but the military themed ones are really quite good. Thanks for sharing.
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Love these. The M16 and gat was a delightful combo. Lots of interesting variety here.
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Brad, these bookmarks are all different and have lots of charm. I'm sure the recipients love them, too. Several years ago I made many and punched a hole in the top, then put a small length of yarn through the hole. They sold like hotcakes.
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I'm looking at them now on my big big screen and they are amazing! I love that armor, it's perfect.
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Thank you very much!
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