Stunning 😍 Watercolor DIY's 🌈 for Girls Who Want to Paint Again 🎨 ...


When you hear the words DIY watercolor projects, you likely immediately think of wall art.3

They're great, don't get us wrong.

But they are all too common.

If you're in the mood for whimsical DIY watercolor crafts that will not go up your wall, check out the following projects.

They're wonderful for home dΓ©cor and for gift-giving, too.2

Take note that a good number of these are simply watercolor-inspired since you will be using materials that may not work well with actual watercolor paints.2

1. Make Flowers

Make Flowers

How gorgeous are these DIY watercolor flowers?

This is my favorite from this list and I am seeing myself making a bunch of these in the near future.

If you like them as much as I do, you will need paper, watercolor, paint brushes, scissors, floral wire, floral tape, and hot glue.

This is a simple DIY that will likely take you only about half an hour.


2. Paint Fabric

Paint Fabric

These watercolor pillows are calling out my name.

For those who like to sew, this is a fun fabric-customization project that you will absolutely enjoy.

Actual watercolor paints were used for these pillow cases.

Add a bit of fabric medium (Martha Stewart carries some) and your paint will become perfect for textile.

You will also be needing lots of water and some paintbrushes.


3. Paint Some Plates

Paint Some Plates

I don't think you can convince me to eat from these DIY watercolor plates.

I feel that they're too pretty for dining use.

To give some dinnerware a watercolor-inspired makeover, you will need porcelain plates, water-based porcelain paints, and some thinner.

Dilute some of the paints in thinner until you get a watercolor-like consistency.

Paint your plates and then let dry for 24 hours.

Once dry, bake them for 35 minutes at 300 degrees.

They will now be cured and ready for use.


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