making a watercolor watch

Make a Watercolor Watch

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Whether you’re taking Draw It Like It’s Hot, Expressing, or Beginning, we know you’ll be having fun with watercolors and drawing outside. And Sketchbook Skool co-founder Koosje Koene has the perfect new art tool for you: a do-it-yourself watercolor watch.

Make a Watercolor Watch with Koosje and Her Dad!

This genius portable palette was invented by none other than Koosje’s dad, Frans Koene. Frans is a retired photographer who began drawing when someone turned him on to Sketchbook Skool. (We wonder who?) Frans, like his daughter, loves drawing and painting scenes in and around Amsterdam, Holland. So he came up with this fabulous watercolor watch and even drew the how-to so you can make your own.

It’s simple and quick, so you’ll have it in time for your new online art klass. Enroll here so you don’t miss out!

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