Explore Watercolor Techniques and more!

Easy Autumn Leaves Technique from susieshort.net

journal inspiration - watercolor greeting cards made by using real fall leaves to stamp and stencil by susie short. by melody

reverse silhouette

Toothbrush idea for spattering watercolors. DIY Autumn Leaf Wall Art diy craft crafts craft ideas easy crafts diy ideas diy crafts easy diy diy home decorations diy art craft decor craft art autumn crafts autumn craft fall diy

Learn how to paint colorful Fall leaves! Use on Autumn crafts, DIY decor and so much more. Fun and easy. Come paint with me! FlowerPatchFarmhouse.com

Learn How to Paint Colorful Fall Leaves

Learn how to paint colorful Fall leaves! Use on Autumn crafts, DIY decor and so much more. // For more family resources visit www.tots-tweens,com!

CAS136 CAS Autumn Blessings_lb by Clownmom - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

CAS Autumn Blessings_lb by Clownmom - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers stamped in brown then masked and sponged on the color

Открытка

handmade Thanksgiving card from Rapport från ett skrivbord . three realistic die cut leaves in rich Autumn browns .a triple wrap of brown twine . a bit of sponged rustie color along the side . a lovely card .

How to make skeleton leaves with washing soda!! DIY, nature, woodland, craft, tutorial, instructions, trees, natural

How to Make Skeleton Leaves

I love this idea but I also treasure finding "skeleton leaves" naturally. DIY Translucent Leaves: Let leaves soak in Arm and Hammer Washing Soda for a few days, then take a brush and lightly brush off the.) And you have Translucent leaves

Simply One Of A Kind

Simply One Of A Kind—Stencils from Memory Box. The Distress inks used were Shaded Lilac and Chipped Sapphire for the flowers and Iced Spruce and Bundled Sage for the foliage. The sentiment is from Simon Says Stamp. The grasses are stamps from Inkylicious.

DIY: Add leaves to baking soda and water, boil, and then use the skeleton for your crafting needs!

How to Make Leaf Skeletons

Simmer thick leaves in a baking soda mixture. It should leave behind the skeleton of the leaf which you can then lightly paint or dye. Or you could always just buy some skeleton leaves in craft shop;

Pinterest
Search