Painting Christmas Cards

CHRISTMAS IS COMING!!!

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LET’S PAINT US SOME CHRISTMAS CARDS!!!

 

 

 

 

 


 

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5 thoughts on “Painting Christmas Cards

    1. I’ve made Christmas cards for years on my computer — with photos and computer graphics. I’ve sold a lot of sets of them made like that. But I’ve never done any with the watercolors or any kind of ink or stamps. I think I may try some watercolor cards this year, but I don’t think I’ll do more than a few.

    1. I’m thinking about doing some. I’ve made Christmas and greeting cards on my computer for years, but these would be more time consuming. So I don’t think I’d make a whole batch of them, but I might be good for half a dozen.

    2. Also, I watched another tutorial on watercolor Christmas cards, and that woman used a little cheap set of watercolors like you buy for kids at Dollar General or Wal-Mart, and they worked just as good as the expensive watercolors. So you wouldn’t have to invest a lot. I would use the watercolor paper though, because it will absorb better and not ripple or soak through.

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