This week's video is a super quick demonstration of how I trim my paper. What's great about this method? It's:

Economical: allows you to buy packs of full sheets and trim them down to different sizes (one full sheet can make four 11x14's or two 11x14's and one 16x20, for instance)

Beautiful: your paper maintains its deckled edges

Versatile: works with heavy 300lb paper too

Easy: takes just minutes to do, and makes your paper into sizes that are easy to frame (no custom frames needed!)

Also, just tearing paper is pretty cathartic. Bonus points.

This week's notes include bonus content, grab 'em here:Episode 5: How to Trim Your Watercolor Paper

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