We have been busy over here creating Christmas cards for friends and loved ones. It’s been so fun to bring in one of my favorite mediums: watercolor. It is such a fun medium to work with. I love that it dries quickly and that I can achieve beautiful results with just a little effort. I thought you might enjoy doing some too. So, I’m sharing eight with you! I hope you enjoy these step-by-Step watercolor Christmas cards for beginners. I did a post for each one (and even some videos) so I will just link to them below (click on the picture to go to the specific post).
You can find the patterns and even a finished printable card (just in case you are seeing this and don’t have the time right now to paint…I get it) in the Resource Library. Just look for the Christmas Card Patterns and Finished Christmas Card Bundle. If you don’t have your password yet, you can go HERE to get one and join our community.
- Winsor Newton 12 pan watercolor set (or whatever you have on hand)
- Watercolor Brush Set that includes Sizes 2 and 6
- 140lb Watercolor Paper
- Printable Pattern (included in the Nature’s Art Club)
- Graphite Paper or Window, iPad, Lightboard for tracing
- Pencil (don’t press hard when tracing, just lightly)
- A Kneaded Eraser (perfect way to make your lines faint but not too faint that you can’t see them)
- Sharpie No Bleed Pen (optional for outlining after the painting is complete)
So here’s the line up (just click on the picture to go to the post):
I hope these patterns and tutorials make it easy and fun for you and yours to enjoy some quality creative time together this holiday season! Please let me know if you have any questions with these watercolor Christmas cards for beginners. I am here to help.
P.S. If you’d like to include more art and nature into your life this upcoming year, I’d like to invite you to join us at Nature’s Art Club! It’s a club designed to get you and your family into art and nature through monthly watercolor projects, coloring pages, original poetry, and more. You can check it out here. or just click on the photo below. It makes a great gift too!