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Give-a-Way Special ! Yasutomo Pearlescent Paint Set

These are two, among many, things that I love.
I love these yummy sets of Yasutomo Pearlescent watercolors 
and I love a good give-a-way!
I really enjoy using these luscious paints! The colors are rich and saturated, plus they are 'buildable'; you can create layers of pearlescent colors to make your look as pale or as saturated as you like.

 The best part is that YOU can win one of these sets!

In order to so so there TWO simple things to do:

1.     Leave a comment on this post.
2.     Like the Yasutomo FaceBook page 
(mention that you came from my blog!)

How simple is that?!

I will announce 
the winner 
here on 
 Monday, January 13th, 2014 
as well as on the 
Yasutomo FaceBook page.

Good Luck!


  1. I have "liked" the Yasutomo FaceBook page --- and I always like yours! Comment left and crossing my fingers for a happy give-away! Thanks, Marie!

  2. What fun would it be to use these in your journaling!!! I will keep my fingers crossed.

  3. These are beautiful paints. I would love to win them! Going over to like the page on FB

  4. Trying to comment for the third time. I apologize if they're posted but I just don't see them! Those paints truly do look yummy. So many ways to use them: journal, cards, .....

  5. I need those paints. All my stuff is still packed up in NC.

  6. I am happy to see so many people excited about your giveaway!! Awesome job!!
    PS~ Your blog is wonderful!! I am a follower now!! <3

  7. Thank you for this beautiful giveaway, those paints are really yummy ! Hope to win !!! :)I like your FB page !

  8. WHat a great give-away! These do look yummy!

  9. The paints look wonderful I have just started to look again at the art journal I made for Taos last year and would use these paints

  10. I love to paint so count me in. Thanks Marie and happy new year! Sonja

  11. Those paints would be fun to try out!! Thanks for a chance to win a set! :)

  12. Thanks for the opportunity to use these beautiful paints - I am looking forward to learning how to use them.


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