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Old 06-06-2007, 07:04 PM   #1  
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I just wanted to say that i got my Niji waterbrush from Ellen Hutson's site and I love it. I heard about it from Emily on her blog. I love how small it is and now I have two sizes of aqua painters! The tip on this is much smaller and easier to get into the little places on my stamped images. Just wanted you all to know about it! Thanks Emily!

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I wanted to add too that Ellen's site is awesome! I had my goodies in no time flat! She included a cute stamped image on watercolor paper and a bunch of pretty twine as a thank you! It was so sweet. Both of these ladies are the cause of my spending spree!

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Emily who? Do you have her link? Or the link to this water brush?
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Sorry about that.... the link for the waterbrush is www.ellenhutson.com and Emily is www.emilygiovanni.com. I read about the brush on Emily's blog.

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What is the difference between these and SU's aqua painters?
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The Niji one is built just like it but it has a smaller tip. I looks almost the same.

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I love the SU Aquapainters and have several pairs. But, I really do like the Niji brush a lot. I've been hoping that SU would add a smaller Aquapainter.
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I got one because Debbie Olsen said they were good. Man am I impressed - I LOVE the aquapainter, but this is way awesomer. I get much much more even coverage with it!!
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I love my Niji brush. For those of you out at Michael's or AC Moore, check both in the stamping area and the art area, as they carry these and you can use your coupon. Just look carefully and get the Niji brand. They are outstanding. they even have one with broad flat bristles for doing color washes!
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Love my Niji....I found mine at Michael's in the fine art section for about $8...used a cupon. Got it for $4.
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