This watercolor set by Designs by Rachel Beth on Etsy is another winner. I am a sucker for a good warm yellow and this is basically a set of primaries (red, yellow, blue, etc) with a little extra punch and richness. If you are starting out, this is one of the first sets I would recommend because of the color mixing possibilities. I think I'll make a color-wheel out of these paints, if you are interested in a video/post about that, let me know down below.
Her palettes are handmade and packaged with care. I can see so many project possibilities from this palette.
I have two tips for you when working with her palettes or any small tin palettes. The first tip is to have a mixing palette on hand. This is the one I use. A white plate or plastic one is fine, I just needed room to mix my paints. These beautiful tins have all of the space occupied by the swatch paper and the paints (which I don't mind at all, so convenient). So when I was working with them I completely forgot that I need room to mix and once I had that room, painting was an even better experience. My second tip is to get a holder of some sort because if you are like me, you will quickly have a collection of little tins. I have a Glossier pink bubble wrap zip bag that they package their products in, so it works perfectly.
Let me know if you have tried her paints or any other handmade paints. :)
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