1 week ago 1 week agoA secret garden, Me 90% coffee and 10% sepia watercolor, 2020 by Bayley Park 9607views adult coloring, adult coloring tutorial, altered book junk journal tutorial, arteza real brush pens, color therapy, colored pencils, coloring, coloring book, coral tuile recipe, creating your first altered book, how to color, how to make a mixed media altered book, how to make an altered book art journal, how to use colored pencils, how to use watercolor brushes, image, lace tuile recipe, master class altered book tutorial, new altered book techniques, stephanie aune, stephanie aune designs, stress relief coloringLike it? Share with your friends! 314 Facebook Twitter314 points 9 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This is probably my favorite water color, or should I say coffee, painting.ReplyFor a brief moment, I mistook you for saying you drank a lot of coffee *while* painting with sepia watercolor. Painting with coffee is a fantastic idea.ReplyTwo of my favorite things are coffee and drawing. This is fantastic.ReplyMy father is tone deaf and cannot hear the word sepia.ReplyWhen I first saw the word “coffee,” I assumed you meant “coffee art.” Anyway, this seems to be fantastic.ReplyMEOW!!! I just adore this!!ReplyThis is incredible! Have you tried it with red wine before?ReplyI honestly believed it was a picture scrolling down.ReplyAnd there’s a good chance you’ll remember your username. Fantastic jobs!ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Bayley Park Web evangelist. Typical writer. Beer fanatic. Unapologetic twitter enthusiast. Internet guru. Coffee scholar. Hardcore pop culture buff.