If you are going to give greeting cards to your loved ones, you do not need to give them generic, bland greeting cards purchased from a grocery store. Instead, you can make homemade greeting cards using art supplies, such as watercolour paints. Giving a watercolour greeting card shows the person you are giving the card to that you care about her so much that you made her card by hand.
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Things you need
- Watercolour paints
- Watercolour palette
- Watercolour paper
- Watercolour brush
- Measuring tape
Combine different watercolour paints with water in a watercolour palette.
Tape a sheet of watercolour paper onto an art board.
Wet the surface of the watercolour paper with water using a sponge.
Paint the watercolour paint over the wet paper in the forms that you prefer.
Allow the paper to dry completely.
Cut out a rectangle from the paper to measure 7 inches high and 10 inches wide.
Fold the rectangle in half widthways into a greeting card form that measures 5 inches wide and 7 inches high.