I had such a great time hosting my first ever live craft talk with my DIY Puppet/Boat project. It was really simple, requiring very little crafting experience.
This next one is a half step more complicated. Using stencils, a neat thing called embossing powder and watercolors, we’re going to make a watercolor resist art piece.
Lately I’ve seen these pretty DIY projects throughout the craft stores I frequent. They look mostly blank until you paint them with watercolor paints. When you do this, parts of the canvas resist the paint which reveals a figure. It is sort of like a secret message that you reveal with paint.
I love the look of these projects, but sometimes their price tag is a bit high. Plus a lot of the images are text phrases and I’m not a huge fan of too much text hanging on my walls. (I think it is because I’m a graphic designer and the text really catches my eye.)
So – I’m going to show you how to make your own!!
Join me Wednesday, August 1 for another super fun craft along!
That give you plenty of time to gather your materials. Just sign up at the bottom of this post. I’ll remind you about your supplies, and when we are going live.
What You Need:
Mod Podge: https://amzn.to/2Ni3tYJ
Watercolor Paper: https://amzn.to/2Nnkvoj
Clear Embossing Powder: https://amzn.to/
Stencil of your choice. I used this one > https://amzn.to/2uOWygX
- Paint brushes and watercolor paints of your choice.
Get real! (with me, LIVE!)
Spend some time following along in a funny, fail prone and relaxing craft. I'll send you the supplies, you just bring your smile and we'll make something beautiful!
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