I recently purchased some Peerless Transparent Watercolors when I went to Adventures in Stamping last month. I purchased the book of 15, which cost me $14.25, as well as the bonus pack, which contains an additional 40 colors and cost $19.00. The color is on paper film that you can lift off with a wet brush.
My goal was to create a book or folder that I could put all of the colors on to take with me on my trip to Florida earlier this month. After watching several You Tube videos and combining several ideas, I came up with this book, which is, I believe, made out of 400 lb. watercolor paper. I just cut the colors into small swatches, adhered them with dry adhesive, painted a sample below the swatch and then wrote the name of the color. I have also placed a piece of acetate in between the pages to keep the wet colors from mixing. It also works as a color mixing palette.
I used my watercolors on the airplane, at the dinner table, and any other time that I could take the chance to use them.
I’ve noticed that the colors are so vibrant and blend so well. So far, I’m very happy with them and can’t wait to play with them again!
Have you ever used Peerless Watercolors and if so, what do you think of them?
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