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10 Fun Watercolor Projects
I just LOVE watercolors. They look so pretty no matter what you do!
If you want to up your watercolor game, I recommend Koi tube watercolors. The colors are vibrant and work especially well for mixing into water brush pens (I adore water brush pens…they are perfect for doing brush lettering).
Here are 10 Fun Watercolors Project from around blogland to inspire you!
Rachel’s creativity never fails to amaze me. She has such a fun Instagram feed. Earlier this year she did an awesomely detailed series on getting started with watercolors. Visit the link above to read her full posts and all the other posts within the several part series.
Start with this simple but oh-so-pretty watercolor border to frame a favorite quote or verse. You could hand-letter it or print it with your computer prior to painting the border. Pop over to Sarah’s blog to see how easy these lovelies are to whip up!
Jenni’s blog is chock-full of fun projects but this DIY mixes two of my favorite things: watercolor and coffee. Yes, please!
If there’s one thing I can’t resist, it’s a pretty notebook. Head over to Amy’s blog to see how to make this sweet and simple notebook from scratch.
Kate will show you just how easy it is to make awesome art like this piece she created for her apartment. Color = happy!
Brit + Co is one of my favorites sites to follow. They’ll show you how to make these easy watercolor linens that won’t wash out. Aren’t they whimsical and fun?!
Turn the lyrics of a song into simple, fun artwork like Stacy did! This John Mayer quote is perfect for a watercolor print. Head over to see the step-by-step how to.
I just love these simple and colorful magnets! They’re perfect for hanging the kids artwork or notes on the fridge.
Alexis from Persia Lou blog shared the tutorial for making these awesome DIY Agate art prints on as a guest post on Amy’s blog. You have to see how she uses salt to get the agate look in the full post!
Use my free printable hand-lettered “Do all things with love” template to create your own typographic watercolor art print!