Lately, one of my creative obsessions has been watercolor. I love the translucence and texture you can get with watercolors, and I had the thought that it would be the perfect medium for painting popsicles. Because what is prettier or summerier (is that word?) than popsicles?
I thought some water-coloring pages would be such a fun way to play around with watercolors in a kind of low-pressure way. So, I made a few popsicle greeting cards that can be printed out on watercolor paper, painted in, and made into pretty little notecards.
Taping your paper down to your table or work surface can help to keep the paper from warping too much as you paint. And once your painting has dried, all you need to do is trim off the edges and fold the card in half! Easy peasy – instant smiles.
The back side of the card has stripes that can be filled in with whatever pattern or design you’d like. Have fun and go crazy.
I love these, Alexis! So cute, and I know my kids will love to use them. Thanks, girl.
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