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Creating quick watercolor backgrounds is a fun way to add interest to hand lettering projects.
There are so many things you can do with watercolor backgrounds: hand letter on top of them, cut them out and make some mixed media art, digitize them and use them as watercolor textures, and more.
In this video I'll show you a few methods to create easy watercolor backgrounds for your projects, using simple tools that you may already have lying around your house.
- Pentel Aquash Water Brush
- Michael's Artist's Loft Watercolor Palette
- White Card Stock
- Watercolor paint brushes
What are some of your favorite methods to create watercolor backgrounds?
Don't want to do it yourself? Here are a few digitized watercolor textures I created that you can pick up from my shop.
Jenn is the creator of Hello Brio, a creative lifestyle blog with a focus on mindful living. She blogs about lettering, embroidery, bullet journaling, minimalism, nearo waste (near zero waste), & natural stuff. Member Conscious Creatives & @phlbloggers. Momma and wife. Philadelphia-based UI/UX designer.