Strathmore Blank Watercolor Postcards pad of 15 (Package May Vary)

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- The best price we've seen on Amazon in the past 12 months was on March 27, 2020.


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DatePrice ActionChange %Price Level
11 Apr, 2020Price Drop-30.79%average
2 Apr, 2020Price Increase39.44%highest
29 Mar, 2020Price Increase81.90%average
27 Mar, 2020Price Drop-45.03%lowest
3 Mar, 2020Price Increase2.50%average
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Strathmore Blank Watercolor Postcards pad of 15 (Package May Vary)

Product Details

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  • Strathmore Brand
  • 704400 Model Number
  • Categories

    Office & School Supplies, Arts, Crafts & Sewing, Art Paper, Office Products, Watercolor Paper, Paper, Painting, Drawing & Art Supplies, Postcards, Cards & Card Stock

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 5 Reviews
  • May 24, 2019 Last Review Date
  • July 29, 2013 First Seen Review Date
  • 4 Reviewed on Subreddits

    SketchDaily (2)
    Random_Acts_Of_Amazon (1)
    Watercolor (1)
    relationships (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

Weekly Discussion - Share some art you own [R]

10 months, 4 weeks agohlr35 posted submission on SketchDaily.
May 24, 2019

This is a place where you can talk about whatever you'd like.

This week's official discussion theme is: Share Some Art You Own. Take a picture and show us some of the art you own. What's the story behind it? Does it have a special meaning to you? Did you buy it or did someone gift it to you? Tell us! We'd like to know!

As usual, you're welcome to discuss anything you'd like, including:

  • Introduce yourself if you're new
  • Theme suggestions & feedback
  • Suggest future discussion themes
  • Critique requests
  • Art supply questions/recommendations
  • Interesting things happening in your life

Anything goes, so don't be shy!

Previous Discussion Threads:

Your Journey as an Artist

SKD Pets Get Drawn

The favourite art you've ever made

Sketchbooks

Beginner Tips

Public art in your city

Art Books

Art Styles

Digital Art

Watercolors

Landscapes

Art & Health

Selling your art

Favorite Artists

Art Supplies

Youtube channels

Craving more real time interaction with your fellow sketchers?Why not try out IRC? - its been more active lately, so check it out if you haven't already. All the cool kids are doing it.

Current and Upcoming Events:

  • #nlitvvinmermay

  • Recipe Art Exchange

  • June Monthly Theme - Fantasy Character Design! Are you ready to take on the challenge and create a new fantasy character every day? If yes, then this challenge is for you!!! You can take a look at the randomly generated list in the link posted to get your creative juices flowing. These prompts will be posted as alternative themes for the day, so you don't have to worry if you don't like the fantasy prompt for the day. Some of the classes or races will be briefly explained when the theme is posted, but you are free to Google and explore these prompts already ;) We can't wait to see what you come up with!

10 months, 3 weeks agohlr35 posted comment on SketchDaily.
May 24, 2019

Get excited! The Art Recipe exchange is happening!

There are two groups of 5, and one group of 4 this time around:

Group 1:

Group 2:

Group 3:

(Let me know if I missed you!)

Hooray! Now what do I do? You'll be sending a card to everyone in your group (and they'll be sending you one).

  1. Send a message to the people in your group with your mailing address and the name you'd like it addressed to. Also be sure to ask if your recipient has any food allergies or diet restrictions so that you don't accidentally send them a recipe they can't use!
  2. Make your cards (3 if you are in group 3, 4 for everyone else).
  3. Take pictures/scan them! That way if things get lost in the mail at least you can send a digital version and it's not completely lost forever.
  4. Mail them to your group members. You can mail them one at a time as they're done or wait and send them all together.
  5. Let people know when they're in the mail (including me so I can track completion)

and when you receive a postcard:

  1. Come to whatever discussion thread is active and share what you got!

Timeline: Your postcards should all be in the mail by the end of June. If something comes up and you're not going to be able to do that, let me know as soon as possible and we'll work something out.

What you're sending: Art Recipe Cards! Here are the qualifications:

  • Be postcard sized. This isn’t a postcard exchange this time, but for ease of mailing it would be best to stay close to that size. It doesn't have to be exact, but don't go crazy small or crazy big. Google says it should be around 148 x 105mm (5.8 x 4.1 inches)
  • Include both a recipe you’d like to share, as well as an illustration of it! The receiver should be able to both enjoy your artwork, and cook the food you draw! Be sure to include directions, measurements, and the ingredients of your recipe.
  • Use reasonable paper. You don't have to buy official blank postcards, but don't use crappy standard printer paper. It should hold it's shape when you hold it by a corner and not just flop over. Your card is going to be a cherished possession of it's new owner so we want it to last!

Tips for mailing:

  • I’d recommend mailing your card in an envelope to help protect it. You can also try slipping in a piece of cardboard or similar to try and protect it against getting bent.

Let me know if you have any questions/concerns, or run into any issues. At the end, we'll have a SketchDaily Recipe Book! Can't wait to see everyone's work and steal all your cooking secrets ;)

Weekly Discussion - Your Journey as an Artist [R]

11 months agohlr35 posted submission on SketchDaily.
May 17, 2019

This is a place where you can talk about whatever you'd like.

This week's discussion theme is: Your Journey as an Artist. Tell us a bit about where you're at on your art journey, how you got to where you are today, and where you're hoping to go! This is also an opportunity to reach out with concerns or issues you're having along the way, and to both give and receive some advice!

As usual, you're welcome to discuss anything you'd like, including:

  • Introduce yourself if you're new
  • Theme suggestions & feedback
  • Suggest future discussion themes
  • Critique requests
  • Art supply questions/recommendations
  • Interesting things happening in your life
  • The largest number of M&M's you've ever been able to fit into your mouth at once

Anything goes, so don't be shy!

Previous Discussion Threads:

SKD Pets Get Drawn

The favourite art you've ever made

Sketchbooks

Beginner Tips

Public art in your city

Art Books

Art Styles

Digital Art

Watercolors

Landscapes

Art & Health

Selling your art

Favorite Artists

Art Supplies

Youtube channels

Craving more real time interaction with your fellow sketchers?Why not try out IRC or discord?

Current and Upcoming Events:

11 months agohlr35 posted comment on SketchDaily.
May 17, 2019

Official Art Recipe Exchange Signup

Time for another SKD exchange!!

What is an Art Recipe Exchange? This exchange is going to be very similar to our postcard exchange, but instead we will be sharing and illustrating recipes! Once again, the plan will be for each person to send and receive 3 cards each, but this is subject to change based on the number of people that sign up.

Specifications: Your card should meet the following qualifications:

  • Be postcard sized. This isn’t a postcard exchange this time, but for ease of mailing it would be best to stay close to that size. It doesn't have to be exact, but don't go crazy small or crazy big. Google says it should be around 148 x 105mm (5.8 x 4.1 inches)
  • Include both a recipe you’d like to share, as well as an illustration of it! The receiver should be able to both enjoy your artwork, and cook the food you draw! Be sure to include directions, measurements, and the ingredients of your recipe.
  • Use reasonable paper. You don't have to buy official blank postcards, but don't use crappy standard printer paper. It should hold it's shape when you hold it by a corner and not just flop over. Your card is going to be a cherished possession of it's new owner so we want it to last!

My art is going to be destroyed in the mail! This is definitely a danger we face. My recommendation is to put your postcard in an envelope and mail that to keep it a bit more protected, but you can live on the edge if you'd rather a more authentic postcard experience.

I'm not good enough to participate :( Yes you are. All skill levels are welcome!

Ok fine I'm good enough, but am I allowed to join? In the effort to make sure that everyone participating both makes and receives all of their cards, there is a small barrier to entry. To participate, you must:

  • Have a current streak of > 15

OR

  • Have your second number in the flair be > 30

How do I sign up? Comment below saying you want to do it, and I'll add you to my official list. You have until this post is unstickied, so about a week (use that time to start planning!).

How does it work after I signup? Once signups are complete, I'll randomly match you up with 3 (probably) people. You'll privately exchange mailing addresses with them and begin making your cards. Once they're done, you mail one card to each of those 3 people, and they'll each do the same to you. Let them know it's in the mail so they can keep an eye out for it.

You'll wake up every morning excited and rush off to check your mail. Eventually cards will arrive and you'll have a lovely day. You'll then come to our weekly discussion post and share what you got, including a big thank you to whoever sent it. This is important so we know if someone got stood up.

How long do I have to finish my cards? One week per card, so probably 3 weeks. If you haven't mailed your cards by then, we'll assume it's not happening. If you find yourself in that position you can (and should) still finish them and send them off as soon as you're able. Late is better than never.

What happens if someone doesn't send a card? This is unfortunately something that will almost definitely happen. Since everyone has 3 matches, you should at least get something. If the person sending (or receiving) isn't responding, let me know and we'll sort something out. If something comes up and you're not going to be able to finish, let me know as soon as possible.

I live somewhere far away. Can I still join? Of course you can! That’s half the fun!

Yes, I stole a lot of this from u/artomizer’s post for the last exchange. No, I do not feel guilty about it. Sign up and let me know if you have any questions or concerns!

People of /r/WaterColor I need help finding a gift for my Secret Santa [R]

5 years, 4 months agoalwaysready posted submission on Watercolor.
Dec. 2, 2014

One of my secret santa's favorite hobbies is water colors and I wanted to get them something but being artistically dense I have no clue what to get. Any help, suggestions, or places to start looking would be appreciated.

5 years, 4 months agoalwaysready posted on Watercolor.
Dec. 2, 2014

Paper is always a good gift. I've always thought that these watercolor postcards would be neat to have. for either actually sending them or just small pieces for quick projects.

[Contest] One for me, and one for you [R]

6 years, 2 months agospencerkami posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Feb. 8, 2014

Link me something that we both have on our WL. You can add it today, that's fine. There will be 2 winners, one for my favorite item match, and one reddit raffle. Limit is $20 including shipping (I have prime). Raffle phrase is Me too please and ends 10pm PST tonight

CLOSED: Winners will be notified in the am when there is less vodka in my system

6 years, 2 months agospencerkami posted on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Feb. 8, 2014

Not the same brand, but both you and I have postcard sized watercolour paper! Me too please!

Also your list reminded me I need to read the Traitor Spy books!

How can I (25M) be the "cool uncle" for my niece (7) and nephew (8)? [R]

6 years, 8 months agoibelieveinharley1 posted submission on relationships.
July 29, 2013

My sister has two wonderful kids who I just adore and would do anything for. Unfortunately we live in different states (across the country) so it's not as easy as "take them to the zoo". Growing up I was never really close with any extended family, so I want to know what I can do to make sure my niece and nephew grow up knowing I'm here for them.

I am decent at remembering birthdays and get them Xmas presents, but there's got to be more to it than that!


tl;dr: How to cool uncle?

6 years, 8 months agoibelieveinharley1 posted on relationships.
July 29, 2013

Brilliant idea! I think sending each kid a set of blank postcards would be neat. I know my "nieces" love to paint or sketch.