Lukas Watercolor Pan Set – Unwrapping


Hey lovely!

I couldn’t resist and HAD to share my little goodie box. 😍

On my last trip I went a little nuts on art supplies but ironically the one I was dying to put my hands on was an online purchase that arrived right after we were back from the trip.

So there it was a lovely shipping box with that beauty inside:



Those little black boxes hadn’t change much over the years, have they? Just as I remembered from many fun teenager years ago. 😍



I had never had a brand new on my hands thou. Didn’t know that they were wrapped one by one like a candy! 🍬



Ah, and extra room to mix, didn’t know that either!



Look at that little cutie, it really is like a candy wrapped!




So yummy! 😋



Getting back “in place”



I was so excited to start using them that before I finished unwrapping them all, I had already poked one of the little squares with brush and water, hehe 😁 {the ochre far left one, by the yellow}:



All them together and in action:


So gorgeous. 🤩Happy to be back experimenting!  Feels good. ✨

Many squishy hugs,




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    Even your painting on your little water color set is beautiful. I can’t wait to see what you do with them.

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      Thank You Janice! I will post some pics soon! 🙂

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    They are gorgeous! And individually wrapped sounds like heaven.Great creating ahead… remember the process is often more important than the product and enjoy!

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      Angel, it is so funny, I JUST start drafting another post exactly about enjoying the process and not focusing on the final product. Great minds think alike! 😀

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    Wow they really do look like little candies! Great photos!

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    neat! as was said, i can’t wait to see what you create with them : ) and they really do look like jolly rancher candies! i love the tin…so cool!

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      I know huh? If I ever get tired of it I can pull out the squares and store pens, post-its and stickers! hehe

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    It’s really great to find someone else with as much enthusiasm for pan colors as I have!!! Candy is 100% accurate and SO exciting. I can’t stop buying them and my modest though extensive collection includes examples as old as early to mid 1800’s. No bragging here, just tons of fun. I just recently posted two of my older sets on my Facebook page (William J. Senior) and intend to – over time – include my entire collection of art toys for others to enjoy.
    Thanks so very much for your inspirational enthusiasm!!! Hope to see more in the future ; )



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