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Get Started Watercoloring: Fresh Florals
Get Started Watercoloring: Fresh Florals
Kristy Rice
Brush up on essential watercolor techniques and watch your abilities bloom.
Curiously Similar
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Capture the beauty of flowers with fun, easy watercolor techniques!
Nan Carey
Nan Carey
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Paint a vibrant floral still life with essential skills that will transfer to every watercolor work you create!
Mary P. Murphy
Mary P. Murphy
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Create lifelike watercolors without a lifetime of practice! Use easy-to-replicate techniques to achieve results you're proud to say you painted.
Anna  Mason
Anna Mason

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