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Painting practice with Guacamole (Uhhh avocado!)

Painting practice with Guacamole (Uhhh avocado!)

Just like with any medium, it’s helpful to repaint the same thing several times in a row to gain the most learning from your attempts. So make a “crowd” of avocados to really learn how to paint one! Watch the video below or click HEREHERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

The inside just has a few layers of paper – then a sweet tiny bit of stamping. 

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7 thoughts on “Painting practice with Guacamole (Uhhh avocado!)

  1. A great card and an awesome lesson!

  2. Love your video! Such a fun stamp set! And thanks for the watercoloring tips! I’m going to have to do this! (Minus the avocados!) I don’t have the set! 😉

  3. Sandy, knock knock, who’s there.avocado.avocado who?
    Avocado cold … .. I love guacamole.. I love avocados ,And the seed in the middle . if you stick 4 toothpicks in it and put his little bottom in some water it will root ., you’ll have an avocado tree … thank you for your great videos, you’re very inspirational to me ..I have not yet found the word silver in the name of the brushes ,but I still play and I’m getting better and I have you to thank .. Your in Christ and ink Anne

  4. Thanks for another watercolor lesson, Sandy.

  5. What fun! I almost got this set, then decided on the pickle set instead, since my little grand-daughter is wild for dill pickles! And last night I was stamping a row of pickle jars, which I need to start coloring this morning. So glad to have your input before I get started – I mean, can pickles be so very different from avocados? Nay, I say.
    Have a Wholly Guacamole day 😉

  6. Holy Guacamole what an awesome fun card!

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