Ready to make a quick DIY Watercolor Painting? I’m all about making my own art and this was a quick and easy project. But first, the back story.
I’m still doing some decorating in Kate’s room…but it’s been on a rather sporadic basis. I’ve been trying to squeeze it in between my knitting projects and my uncluttering projects. The truth is, I rarely start and finish a project without several detours along the way…can you relate?
Still on my ‘Kate’s Room To Do’ list was to gather some art for the ubiquitous gallery wall that she requested. We re-purposed many pictures and frames that we already had, but we needed some pops of pink and, as is my wont, I opted to make art instead of buy it.
This was a nice, quick project and a needed respite from the paper mache trophy ram’s head that I’ve been working on. Talk about a messy project! With any luck, I’ll be finishing that bad boy up this weekend. The ram’s head SHOULD be the final element for a Bang Up gallery wall. Fingers crossed. Once that’s done, I’ll be back to give you a total roundup of what we did and how we did it.
If you’re at all like me, you may have most of these items already on hand. The only thing I needed to purchase for this project was the tube of pink watercolor.
This DIY watercolor painting was such a quick and fun little project to add some needed color to a gallery wall.
If you are interested in making your own DIY Watercolor Painting, then bookmark this page or pin the following image for your future reference.
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