Watercolor Resist Winter Forest
Supplies needed: watercolor paper, painters’ or masking tape, watercolors and brushes, salt, and a permanent marker.
Tape your watercolor paper to your workspace. This helps to steady your paper and keeps mess to a minimum.
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Make birch trees with your tape. Tear the tape for interesting edges!
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Create your winter sky with watercolors.
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Optional: sprinkle with salt. The bigger the grains, the more dramatic the effect.
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(The salt adds interesting texture and a hint of sparkle!)
Let it completely dry. If you’re impatient, you can speed the process up. 😉
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When dry, carefully remove your tape.
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TIP: If your paint isn’t completely dry, the tape might tear the paper. No worries, some school glue can repair it!
Using a permanent marker, add details to your trees!
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You can also add shading and snow ❄️ with your watercolors!
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Sit back and enjoy your masterpiece!!!
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