In this blast from the past tutorial, I’ll show you how to use a wet on dry watercolor technique to make a gorgeous cat illustration with a henna motif!
If you’re looking for a fun project that will build your painting skills and show gratitude, try this watercolor thank you card tutorial! It features an eye-catching, vibrant border and playful lettering that is sure to please both you and your recipient.
Today, I’m proud to announce a giveaway for the Metallic Trio from Greenleaf & Blueberry! The trio contains a brilliant gold, an elegant silver, and a subtle pearl tone that you can use to make gorgeous metallic calligraphy.
If you admire the watercolor calligraphy technique and would like some guided practice, you’ll love the free worksheet in today’s article! Grab your watercolors, a brush, and your dip pen, and give it a try. 🙂
I often find myself short on time but full of reasons to send cards — from thank yous to thinking of yous, I send out at least one card per week. If you’re anything like me, though, you probably don’t have hours to put in to making a beautiful DIY greeting card every time the need arises! For that reason, I’ve made us a bit of a “cheat”: the Printable Watercolor Cards Packet.
Decluttering my workspace led me to find some gems that I want to show you! It’s my hope that these paper goods will inspire a project idea for you; or at least you’ll see an evolution in my creative skills that will encourage you that you can evolve as well. I’d love to see the artistic projects you can’t quite get rid of, too! You can share them with hashtag #tpkshowandtell on Instagram.