After doing some watercolor thank you notes for some friends who helped us out of a jam recently, I started looking at the little dribs and drabs (though most of them weren’t drab at all) left in the palette sections of my paint box.
There were several very small pieces of paper on the table–ATC-sized mini Bristol board (would it surprise you to know that we very rarely actually eat at the table because it’s always buried under art supplies and books?), so I started piddling with how the little daubs of color would look together.
And there was at least one pen, so the little daubs became a drawing. Here are two of the ones that caught my fancy:
Never wash out your palette–you never know when you might need those colors!