Make a watercolor flower wreath to celebrate spring!
The beautiful spring days are coming so we suggest you learn how to reproduce this pretty spring card! A watercolor wreath and brush lettering are the perfect elements to enhance your messages. Cathy from Ocaium will show you step by step the techniques to make it.
Step 2: Watercolor background with the blending technique
Use a blending palette to apply the 4 colors of the ABT Dual Brush Pens. Using a brush and water or a reservoir brush, dilute the material on the watercolor paper to fill the circle by alternating colors. The brush must be wet to get a pastel look.
Tip: Don't hesitate to clean your brush on a tissue at each color change to have a nice gradient.
Step 9: Lettering
Write your message nicely with a fine felt pen like the MONO drawing pen or brush lettering with a black Fudenosuke.
Tip: You can draw a marker with a pencil beforehand if needed.