Fearless Friday, Sweet Potato Chip Nachos



We’re nibbling on these Sweet Potato Chip Nachos this weekend

so I decided do a quick watercolor sketch for the 31 day challenge

during #WorldWaterColorMonth





I started by putting water on the paper and dropping watercolor into it, letting it run and puddle





Once that dried I added lines with a waterproof .4 liner pen to define the food shapes





Then I darkened some areas and added a few more details with colored pencil





These are the main recipe ingredients, Brussels sprouts, sweet potato chips, bacon & bleu cheese




To finish, I uploaded the photo to PicMonkey and added text

To get the complete recipe and photos, click here

If you want to join the fun, 1 watercolor every day for 31 days, visit Doodlewash for more information

You can see my daily watercolors on Instagram here


Have fun and Be Fearless!


I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs:

Dishing it & Digging itBetween Naps on the Porch,   Make it Pretty Monday

Cooking and Crafting with J&J,    Celebrate and Decorate,

Delicious Dishes Recipe Party   Oh My Heartsie Girl  Full Plate Thursday

Thursday Favorite Things  Creatively Crafty   Home Matters

7 Responses to “Fearless Friday, Sweet Potato Chip Nachos”
  1. Jodi says:

    Oh goodness. I have to make these!!!!

  2. This is fun! I’m trying to practice a bit more and experiment with the loose water and paint (thanks to your inspiration) as an exercise to free me up. It’s loads of fun and I’ve been happy with some of the stuff I’ve done. A few things? Not so much — but sometimes water cooperates and sometimes not! I love this and they sound delish!

    • I have been doing a lot of things lately that are, as you said, “not so much” but don’t you think that it’s fun to experiment? Watercolor is full of constant surprises for sure!!

  3. Mary says:

    Beautiful and delicious Jenna!

  4. Love this Jenna! Enjoy your weekend!

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