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XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET
XL50 WATERBRUSH SET

XL50 WATERBRUSH SET

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  • 🎨 WIDE RANGE OF VIBRANT HUES - Why limit your creativity? Our set of 48 brush tip watercolor markers lets you explore your artistic capabilities, especially when it comes to color choices.
  • 🎨 MESS-FREE PAINTING & DRAWING - No messy mixing plates. No brushes to wash and dry. Our real brush pens are ready to use. Simply choose one of the water coloring markers, remove the cap, and paint away!
  • 🎨 SUPER COOL WATERCOLOR EFFECTS - We added a refillable water brush to extend your creativity even further. Use it to create awesome sfumato effects and to blend colors more effectively.
  • 🎨 MASTERPIECE-READY ART PAD - What use are watercolor brush pens without a surface to paint on? We included a 32-page acid-free watercolor pad so you can start working on your masterpiece immediately.
  • 🎨 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED - We offer products that support and encourage your creativity. If you have any concerns about our watercolor pens, please let us know so we can straighten things out.

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XL 50 watercolor brush set

I have only started to use these markers and I know I'm going to enjoy them. The brushes when wet on wet work like a brush with watercolors from a palette. There is a huge assortment of colors. If you use them dry you can use them for line drawing just being careful not to wet it when done. I think I'm really going to enjoy them.

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M.W.
Good product

Luv it.....had some before....now I got some more.....but they're smaller now than last time......why?