Crafty Creations: Mini Watercolor Paintings

imageThis one is pretty simple to figure out. Step one, get some small (or large) canvases. Step two, watercolor. The next step is up to you. It’s how we got the effects on the paintings. For the one on the right, we put a dab of nail polish remover on a Q-Tip and put it on the watercolor. For the one on the left, we sprinkled salt on it. That while it was still drying, though, so I will show you the finished product. (I wrote a quote on it.) imageI hope you liked my quick craft!

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