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A red + glitter concoction.  

Mixed results for me on the addition of watercolor.  I used both watercolor pencils and watercolors applied with a brush, and that combination helped after several [unposted] attempts at just watercolor left me disappointed.  I need a lot more practice with a brush, that is certain!

One more off-project cause I liked how it came out :)

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