Watercolor Wreath

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Make it metallic! Learn to create a shimmering, spring-inspired Watercolor Wreath. We’ll show you how to paint loose foliage brushstrokes and a hand lettering technique to enhance your painting.

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Instructions

1. Use a compass to draw a circle on a watercolor block.

2. Combine Viridian, Spring Green, and Turquoise Utrecht Artists’ Watercolors on a 7-well palette.

3. Use a dropper to add water to the palette and make a wash.

4. Paint leaves with the Princeton Aqua Elite brush, starting at the bottom of the circle and following along the curve.

Tip: Allow to dry, or use a hair dryer or heat gun on low heat to speed up the drying time.

5. Use a dropper to moisten Finetec Artist Mica Watercolors.

6. Paint metallic leaves with the Aqua Elite brush as desired.

7. Trace the remaining circle outline with the Spectrum Noir Metallic Twin-Tip Marker using the fine nib.

8. and-letter desired phrase with Spectrum Noir Metallic Twin-Tip Marker using the brush nib.