Snowy Candy Store Scene in Supracolor watercolor pencils

Mondays might not be the most wonderful day of the week, but CANDY SEASON is the most wonderful time of the year! ha!

Yes I’m a candyholic, much to my dentist’s dismay. And my scale’s! But when I see a stamp set with candy, I just gotta color it….this is my first attempt on this one and I have more ideas to come so watch social media to see what else I come up with!

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Video

I just had to make a candy store – because I love me a good local candystore! When we used to be able to travel, I always looked for an indy sweet shop in every town. My waistline probably appreciates that that’s no longer going on – ha! Watch the video below or click HERE to view it in HD on YouTube.

Watch on YouTube

The scene portions for this card are quite simple – create a countertop with a side edge and area underneath, then a grid for windows and a bit of light blue sky showing through. Leave a little white for the snow to collect at the bottom of each pane!

My card also uses last year’s Retro sentiment set – nice crisp text with beautiful stacking and swirls!

Leave a comment and tell me YOUR favorite Christmas candy!

Supracolor pencils

Ask Santa for some new art supplies for Christmas – Supracolors are an excellent choice for an awesome treat! There’s also a class you can take to learn how to use them – Watercolor Pencil Jumpstart – but don’t get it yet. Wait til Black Friday when there’s a good sale. I know, I know, shooting myself in the foot, but I want you to get a deal!

Supplies

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