INSIDE : Check out this fun step by step tutorial for an adorable A is for Apple Watercolor free Printable. You can also download and hang in your home!
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This post has been updated since it’s original August 2014 publish date.
My little girl is headed off to preschool this year! She’s only going two days a week for a few hours, but it’s the first step towards being a big girl and we have been doing lots of celebrating around the house. In honor of school attendees around the country, I am sharing this fun A is for Apple watercolor print with you all.
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I always start watercolor paintings with a few light pencil sketches to give me basic guide lines. Then, I begin to slowly fill in my color.
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Geez, sometimes things don’t go quite the way you want when painting. Now what are you going to do? I definitely was not about to repaint the entire thing. Then I remembered our scanner to the rescue! If you are on the hunt for a small, quick and easy to use scanner, this is the one for you. We’ve had the ScanSnap for a few years and had no regrets.
We originally got the Scansnap when our daughter was born and I was working from home 20 hours a week, as a landscape architect. I was constantly sketching designs and needing to quickly get them emailed to the people at my office.
The scanner automatically detects paper sizes, has auto color detection, auto cropping and scans double sided. It’s a little pricy but if you want dependable, small and compact then this guy is your ticket.
So after scanning my watercolor print, I wrote out (about a million times) “A is for apple” on a piece of paper and scanned that in as well.
Using photoshop, I was able to downsize the text and easily made it fit in the space.
AND I’m sharing both prints with you all. I made an option with yellow triangles and an option with gray triangles.
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