DIY watercolour art

DIY watercolour art

Neale Whitaker may have said he never wants to see a Block contestant do DIY art, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a bit of fun in our own homes!!

Watercolour is a trend dominating homewares and art this year and today we’ve got a ridiculously easy tutorial for you to create your own.

Items you will need

  • Blank paper
  • Paper with quote printed
  • Watercolour and brush
  • Whiteout (correction marker)

Items you will need DIY watercolour art

Steps:

  1. Place blank paper on top of your quote print out and hold against a window so you can see the words. Trace out the quote using your correction marker (or lightly in pencil if you would prefer to use the correction marker at a table).
  2. Paint your paper in watercolour — ombre (one colour at top and one at bottom coming together), splodges or brushstrokes are just some of the techniques you could try.
  3. Once dry, touch up your quote with additional correction marker if needed. Frame and display!

DIY watercolour art

DIY watercolour art

We love the idea of some mini framed DIY watercolour art quotes in a kids room or study. You might not win any art prizes with this DIY but it sure is a fun way to add some positivity and personality to your home!

Tell us what you think about this tutorial in the comments below!

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5 Comments

  1. Cute idea and looks like something even I could do! Thanks 🙂

    • STYLE CURATOR

      Thanks Sarah! And they’re lots of fun to do, especially the splodge technique aka flicking paint onto the page 😉

  2. Julia Beschorner

    Great idea! Looks doable and the results are fantastic 🙂

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