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Hey all! It's Janeen and Susan asked me to share a few watercoloring techniques for you to try out during our Disney Scrappers (Inter)National Scrapbook Day (Week) Crop. 

Watercolors are a fun way to add lots of color to your scrapbooking and papercrafting projects. I am challenging you to play along and try out one or two of these techniques. 

If you want to check out the tutorials, you can head over to my blog for step by step directions with photographs here http://janeenbeuchel.blogspot.com/2017/05/nsd-watercoloring-techni...

Technique #1 - Watercolor Striped Paper

Technique #2 - Watercolor Washed Background

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Ok EVERYONE! GO to Janeen's blog now to check out her techniques! Seriously I just love her tutorial and I will figure out a way to fit it all here on disney scrappers so we have it.

I just finished my layout using this second look and I totally love it. It took no time at all and I will probably do it alot now that I know how easy and pretty it turns out. I will take a photo and post it tomorrow

Fun techniques Janeen! Thanks for the photo tutorial!

Super tutorial Janeen, I so love watercolor, you have me thinking about what pic I want to choose!!!

Thanks for sharing Janeen, I especially love the idea of making watercolor stripes to match the other pattern papers.

I LOVE this challenge and I am completely addicted to watercoloring on my pages now. You have created a monster.

This one is flat because I used watercolor paper

and this is for the stamping challenge but I watercolored on it too. It got pretty warped and I should have attached it to a piece of cardstock for stability but once its in the album it will flatten.

Love both of these layout Susan. Where was the "how we roll" photos taken?

Susan these are adorable! I love the softness to your watercolors and the fun look it adds to your pages. :)

Valerie just posted a gorgeous page too! I guess she hasn't put it here yet.

Diane, they were in the back India area of Animal Kingdom, ok wait....it could have been over near Harambe. I cant remember

Marvelous Susan! I just love those pie things you added on the Ducky page. And I those things look more Indian to me than African.

Here is my layout for this challenge. I also combined it with challenge #10 Cut file.

Michelle, I adore your layout...the water colored words are just beautiful and I love the photo you took of the castle....This just makes my heart so happy!

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