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Mixed Media Watercolor Pencils - Vintage Lover

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Mixed Media Watercolor Pencils - Vintage Lover

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Is this a Magic Trick? Maybe So, Maybe No. However, the real magic begins when you add water to the Prima Marketing Watercolor Pencils. The more water you add the more they dissolve and spread out. When combined, they bring you the very best coloring experience. These water color pencils are specially effective with the Prima watercolor pen set. (sold separately) They are a match made in heaven.

Prima has created these pencils with an amazing color range. These beautiful watercolor pencils by Prima are stylish, sleek, and super pigment-filled. You can use these pencils as they are or you can add water. You can use a brush to blend the colors for a gorgeous watercolor effect, or, you can even just dip the tip into water and draw! Voila!

Here is a closer look and the color selection Vintage Lover 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 142, 143, 144

FEATURES

  • Easy to use
  • Long lasting
  • Easy to transport
  • Pre-sharpened
  • Tin can be doubled as a mixing palette
  • Perfect for coloring stamped images, coloring books, mixed media projects, bible journaling and much, much more
  • Enamel coated end caps for easy color identification as well as lead protection
  • Can be used wet or dry
  • Easy to read color information
  • Stylish smooth white barrel
  • Pairs beautifully with many of the products in the Prima line
  • Works effortlessly with either traditional paint brush and water, aqua brushes or just dip the tip in water and draw
  • Identified by numbers (not names)

MATERIALS

  • Tin case
  • Super vibrant water soluble pigments
  • Wood

Sizing

  • 12 watercolor pencils in a convent tin case
  • Tin case measures 7 3/8 x 4 1/2
  • Individual pencil measures 7 inches pre-sharpened
SKU: BC00192664

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