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diy watercolor christmas crafts

diy watercolor christmas crafts

Watercolors are a romantic and beautiful decorating idea that is mainly used in spring and summer as it is mostly about watered and semi-transparent colors. Can watercolors be integrated into Christmas and winter decorations? Yes sure! We’ve put together some easy watercolor crafts that go with Christmas, ornaments, artwork, gift boxes, and tags – welcome!

This tutorial shows you how to watercolour a Christmas wreath – it can be used as a work of art or as a card. This is a holy Christmas wreath with lots of greens and berries and it looks very cute. Check out the tutorial and do it – even a beginner can handle it!

These mini gift boxes are decorated with watercolors – if you have small gifts this is for you. The boxes are decorated with watercolor candy canes, ornaments, evergreens and other things. They are very easy to make. You can even invite your kids to make them. You will have a lot of fun painting in watercolors.

This tutorial will show you how to make 3D rhombuses using watercolors. You can use it to make ornaments for your Christmas tree or an advent calendar. You can also use these rhombs to make some hangings to create Christmas decorations. Choose different colors, add metallic numbers and enjoy your holiday decorations with a charming touch of color.

I love clay and salt dough decorations – they are so cute to make and your kids can partake in them. You can make some with Christmas cookie cutters and then paint them with watercolors – such pretty and bright Christmas ornaments will add a pop of color to your Christmas tree. You can also give them to your friends and have a fun kids activity.

If you have some wood or cardboard ornaments that are simple or the look of which you just don’t like, this is an easy and quick way to paint them with watercolors. This craft shows you how to use bright watercolor stickers to decorate your simple Christmas ornaments – the result is bold and cool! Make as many as you want and decorate your Christmas tree or give them away.

Take some transparent glass ornaments and use paints to make them a bright watercolor. The base of the ornaments is white and they are decorated with bright watercolors with random patterns for a chic and bright modern look. Read the tutorial to find out how to make them and add color to your Christmas tree in style.

These beautiful cardboard Christmas decorations are decorated with watercolors. Take cardboard, stamp the ornaments, then paint watercolor Christmas wreaths in green with pink and blue dots here and there. Of course, you can’t go for wreaths but other stamped images that you have. Get inspired!

Watercolor Christmas cards are nice to give to your friends and family. This tutorial will teach you how to paint some cute watercolors to say hello to your lover. The pictures are simple and cute and you will totally enjoy taking them. Have fun!

This pretty party garland is not only suitable for Christmas or NYE, but also for other holidays. The garland is made with pieces of watercolor and some glitter tape, it’s a cool and bright idea. There is a detailed tutorial to design this fun decoration, check it out and decorate your room for a festive feel.

Thanksgiving meals outside are very special because not only can you enjoy food and conversation here, but also fresh air and the beautiful sunshine. Interested in how to decorate a table? We have some ideas for you.

The outdoor environment is considered part of the decor. So, consider your yard, porch, or yard and add some simple decor. Put some blankets on the chairs to keep your guests warm, and blankets and a tablecloth can be made of the same plaid fabric. Don't forget to add some rocks or other weight to the corners to keep your tablecloth in place in the wind.

Choose your decoration style: traditional, modern, rustic, moody or different. Decorate according to this style and the selected colors: orange, brown, yellow for traditional table decorations, black and white with orange accents for minimalist decor, neutral colors for modern table landscapes.

Decorate with pumpkins, corn, acorns, leaves, apples and various fruits. Such a natural decor will make the holiday stand out and make your table really cozy and welcoming. Candles and candle lanterns not only create an ambience, they also give warmth. Personalize each location with a fruit, favor, or decoration like a gilded pumpkin to make the table look amazing.

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Warwick Zach Godfrey is a farmer with a happy marriage. He also writes about plants on various blogs.

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