What's in my bag
Hellos This morning I went to a class about flowers, and the main subject was orchids. I'm a person who love flowers. I'm crazy about it, but unfortunately, I'm not so good with it. I always kill my flowers... Or at least, I used to, because now I've started to have succulents and Cactus, and I'm insanely happy that I didn't kill any of my babies until now, and it passed almost 5 months from the first one. But let's say, orchids. I have one that my husband gave to me on my birthday, almost 3 years ago. And no flowers until now. At least, it didn't die, but I wanted it to have flowers, so I decided to go to this class this morning, so I could check what ai wad doing wrong. It was great, because I discovered I was doing EVERYTHING wrong. And now that I know what I need to do, let's see if finally I'll have orchids flowers at home. And as I went to a place full of flowers, I had the idea to take my watercolors with me, and this is all I carry on my bag, when I wanna paint outside. This sketchbook was handmade from a friend, and has Arches paper 90 lb (185g). My watercolor set Is originally from Lukas, but I filed with new pans from Sennelier and Daniel Smith too. A lot of brushes with water deposit (I don't know it's name), and my favorite Escoda Brush, Perla. Many waterproof pens, eraser, bottle of water, paper tissue and that's it My mom made this cute little case wich fits everything I need inside to carry in my bag. This is one of the things I most love about watercolors, they are so easy to transport. You can take it wherever you want, just put inside a bag. I hope you like it. Kss
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