Watercolor Paints

You can do amazing art projects with the simplest of art materials - crayons, and watercolor paints for instance are very inexpensive. Use this section to identify new or interesting projects that you can do with the materials that you already have or to find out about other art materials to extend your collection and range of projects.

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