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Watercolor Christmas Tree Card

Posted on December 23 2019

Watercolor Christmas Tree with Pitt Artist Pens, Metallic Markers, and Watercolor Markers

 

Watercolor Christmas Tree Card Materials:

I don’t always make my own Christmas cards (because that would be a ton of work haha) but I do enjoy making a few for family and friends! The Albrecht Dürer Watercolor Markers help to make a beautiful blend of colors!

Watercolor Markers and Pitt Artist Pens with Paper

I started with a blend of the greens! I layered the lightest green on the bottom (and the most) and then went darker (and less) as I built up the layers! This will give your tree some depth- happy little tree!

Watercolor Markers with a Tree

Then you want to blend your colors with some water! You can add as much or as little as you like. The water can also help you add depth if you layer it. Once your first blended layer has dried you can play around with adding some more water to add some texture to your piece.

Watercolor Christmas Tree

Once everything has dried you can add the details! I added a messy outline, some lettering, and then ornaments with the metallic pens! Be as crazy and creative OR as simple as you want!

Watercolor Christmas Tree with Pitt Artist Pens, Metallic Markers, and Alrecht Dürer Watercolor Markers

 

Artist Biography - Erin Dahlberg - The Lettering Fern

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